Hah! I thought that would get your attention. This recipe for Chocolate Coconut Mousse is from Dr. Perlmutter's book Grain Brain. 1 can full-fat coconut milk 3 TBS cocoa powder 1-2 tsp stevia, to taste. Optional: shredded coconut, almond butter, cinnamon Chill unopened can of coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight. Scoop out the solidified cream into a mixing bowl and beat with a whisk or an electric mixer until softened. It shouldn't liquify. Add cocoa powder and stevia and continue beating until the mousse is light and fluffy. Top with coconut, almond butter, or cinnamon and serve. I varied his recipe a little. I used less cocoa powder, and I sweetened it with xylitol instead of stevia since I like the taste better. I didn't add much xylitol since coconut milk has a natural sweetness. Instead of his suggested flavorings, I added vanilla extract and cardamon, in addition to a little cinnamon. You could also garnish it with nuts, mint, or chocolate curls, made by using a peeler on chilled chocolate. I thought it was delicious, and so simple.