One of my new coworkers gave me a super easy, super scrumptious recipe for chocolate avocado pudding. I’m kind of obsessed now.
This dessert tastes oh so sinful, however, it’s really not. It’s a great way to use avocados that have gone too soft too fast. Or, if you see a bag of avocados on the clearance rack, this is a good way to spin them into chocolaty gold!
Lately, my sweet tooth has been going crazy. I’ve been craving all of the chocolatey goodness. No, I’m not pregnant, and I’m not PMSing either. However, sometimes I really miss being pregnant.
Luckily for you, I’m not going to drag this out longer than it needs to, I know you want that pudding.
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This sinfully delicious chocolate avocado pudding recipe is one of the easiest desserts you will ever make. So head to the supermarket, pick up some soft avocados and let’s make something tasty!
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- 5 soft, ripe avocados* (see note below)
- ½ c of cocoa powder
- ⅓ c of honey or liquid sweetener of your choice
- 3 tbsp of almond milk, or milk of your choice
- 1 tsp of vanilla, more or less to taste
- Pinch of salt to taste
- Pit avocados and throw them in a food processor.
- Add all other ingredients to food processor. Pulse a few times to get it started. Process on low for about a minute, scrape down the sides if needed then let it process on high for 2 minutes.
- Chill for at least 1 hour in the fridge, ideally overnight.
- Enjoy on its own or with fresh berries, or nuts! If it’s not chocolatey enough try adding cacao nibs or more cocoa. I find the longer you chill, the more the cocoa flavor develops.
*While this recipe calls for 5 avocados, keep in mind I’m in Canada, in the dead of winter. 5 of our teeny avocados could equal 3 of your massive ones depending on where you are.*
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