Delicious Chocolate Pudding with Avocado (raw, dairy & sugar free)

Avocado chocolate pudding, raw, dairy free, sugar freeWhen I recently offered one of my friends this dessert, she was silent for a while with the first  bite in her mouth and then came the slow … “wow, who would have thought…” I challenge everyone to try this recipe! It doesn’t matter if you ‘re not allergic to dairy or if you’re not a Raw food-fanatic; you will be pleasantly surprised and certainly make this more than once.

Chocolate pudding from Avocado provides a luxurious texture and taste nothing like a replacement of the “real thing.” This IS The Real Deal. Try it and impress others!

Avocado chocolate pudding, raw, dairy free, sugar free

  Recipe (2 port)

  • Approx 200g perfectly ripe avocado (1-2 avocados, depending on size)Avocado
  • 4-5 tablespoons honey or agave syrup (depending on how sweet you like it)
  • about 3.5-4 tbsp tbsp cocoa powder (preferably raw)
  • Optional: a couple of pieces of dark chocolate
  1. If you want in chocolate-chips- small pieces of chocolate in the pudding, start by running a few chocolate pieces in the food processor (optional).
  2. Add the remaining ingredients to the food processor. Start with the smaller quantities given and add more sweetening and cocoa to taste.
  3. Run the food processor until the mixture is smooth. You may need to taste a couple of times while  processing since the Avocado will vary in size and texture. Tip: It will taste the better with a relatively strong cocoa flavor.
  4. Serve with raspberries or tropical fruits like banana, mango, passion fruit, pineapple or peach.

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