No-Bake Chocolate Pumpkin Mousse Cake

Posted on November 4th, 2016, in Desserts, Recipes, Sweet Chefs.

Stevia No-Bake Chocolate Pumpkin Mousse Cake | SweetLeaf®



Pumpkin Layer

Chocolate Layer


Place all the crust ingredients into a food processor and process until well combined. Spread evenly into a 9-inch springform pan.

In a stand mixer, add the pumpkin layer ingredients, except the heavy cream. Blend on high until well combined. Pour in the heavy cream. Continue blending on high until thickened, about 5 minutes. Taste and adjust Pumpkin Spice Sweet Drops™ as needed. Spread the pumpkin layer over the crust.

Rinse the mixing bowl and place the chocolate layer ingredients into the bowl, except the heavy cream. Blend on high until well combined. Pour in the heavy cream. Continue blending for 5 minutes, until mixture is thickened. Taste and adjust Chocolate Sweet Drops™ as needed. Spread chocolate layer over the pumpkin layer.

If desired, shave chocolate over the top. Refrigerate 2-3 hours or overnight. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve. 

Serves: 12

Nutrition Facts:

  • Per serving: 1 slice
  • Calories: 376
  • Fat: 36.3g
  • Saturated Fat: 22.4g
  • Sodium: 191mg
  • Cholesterol: 96mg
  • Carbs: 6.5g
  • Fiber: 2.1g
  • Sugars: 2.1g
  • Protein: 5g
  • Net Carbs: 4.4g

Recipe Notes:

  • There are natural sugars in milk and dairy products. While there is no added sugar in this recipe, the sugar grams are from the dairy products used.
  • If you want to reduce the calories and fat in this recipe, you can substitute the regular cream cheese with a low-fat version. Cream cheese with 1/3 less fat would change the following Nutritional Facts:
    • Calories: 346
    • Fat: 33.3g
    • Saturated Fat: 20.4g
    • Sugars: 1.6g
    • Sodium: 206mg
    • All other values would remain the same
  • Taste and adjust liquid stevia in the chocolate layer. Start with 1 teaspoon and add to taste. It’s also an option to add some SweetLeaf® SugarLeaf® Stevia Baking Blend to any of the layers of this cake if the liquid stevia alone is not sweet enough for you.

Recipe and photo courtesy of Sugar-Free Mom.

  • Grammie B

    I admit I am new to sugar free cookingso I don’t know a lot but Honestly I have NEVER tasted a stevia sugar sub. that didn’t taste horrible and leave a bad after taste in my mouth and NEVER EVER tasted sweet, Soo with that said. can I use any other sugar sub.? like Monk Fruit.

    • CarolAnn

      Since this site is hosted by a company that sells a Stevia product, you’re likely not to find anything alternate here! I’ve used a lot of Stevia products and have found it is SO sweet that it’s way too easy to use too much – and then you can get a bitter after taste. It’s about 50X sweeter than sugar – so try cutting back. I get a sweet taste in my mouth just taking the lid off the jar!

      • Melissa Burke

        Sad that you don’t care for stevia. It’s
        the only sugar substitute that I can digest. Have you actually tried this brand? It is very good, doesn’t have the bitter taste usually associated with stevia. I have used it several times in foods that I served to guests and they never knew that I used stevia.

    • SweetLeaf Stevia

      Hi Grammie B. We apologize for the delayed response, but it looks like you figured out how to use Disqus pretty well! This website is for SweetLeaf Stevia Sweetener and this page features a recipe made with our stevia, which is known for having no bitterness or aftertaste. As CarolAnn mentions, you might have to adjust the amount of stevia you are using to get the perfect taste and level of sweetness for you. Our Stevia Conversion Calculator can help you get just the right amount in any recipe:

      To simply reduce sugar, you can also try SweetLeaf SugarLeaf. It is a blend of stevia and cane sugar with 2/3 less calories and carbs than traditional sugar

  • Grammie B

    I am new to this site and disabled so don’t have a lot of computer skills. How do i know when someone answers my question,and where do I look. I thought I was signing up for a sugarfree cook site with comments and questions and somehow I ended up with something called disqus and soo many subjects I can’t count. I clicked on 3 but I still don’t have the slightest idea what and how to navigate on it Sorry I am such a spoil sport.