Awesome Avocado Chocolate Pudding

chocolate avocado pudding

 

Yeah, you heard me. I know you think the sulfites have finally gotten to me and I have gone off my rocker, but I am telling you – this pudding is so much awesome that I have shared it far and wide with non sulfite sufferers and it has been given the thumbs up. I have had two out of the ten or so folks I polled actually say they can taste the avocado, but I cannot. Just try it, you are going to love it (oh, and it is super easy!!!)

  • 8 very ripe avocados
  • 1 cup organic cacao powder
  • 1 1/2 cups honey
  • 3 teaspoons vanilla (I make my own because commercially made often uses corn based alcohol which will be sulfited. It is super easy to make, I use organic vanilla beans, Absolut and time)

Put all ingredients in a food processor and mix until deliciously creamy. Yep. That’s it. It is better chilled, but I had it right out of the processor and it was still yummy.

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6 Responses to Awesome Avocado Chocolate Pudding

  1. shaunamom says:

    Ooooh, that looks so awesome! What brand cacao powder do you use?? I think I’m going out to buy it or order it the second I know! ^_^

    • Tracy says:

      Hey Shauna – I use Dagoba organic chocolate cacao powder. I buy it at Whole Foods. It is also Fair Trade Certified, so I feel good about using it. (And the pudding is awesome – I brought it to work and my coworkers who eat a regular American diet tried it and were fighting over it!)

  2. C says:

    I experimented with 2 avocados juice of one lemon, 5 tablespoon
    powdered sugar and double cream all mixed in food blender
    A very yummy mousse.

  3. Joie says:

    Okay, Tracy – if this is as good as you say, you are my friend for life. *grin* My whole life I have been labeled as the “California girl who hates avocados.” I know, they’re delicious, right? I just don’t like them. But I know they’re good for me, so lately I’ve been trying to use them in recipes where I can’t taste them. (You should taste my GARLICKY guacamole!)

    This recipe is definitely on my “must try” list! Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. Janelle says:

    Hi Tracy,

    I was wondering why honey has been classed as a high in fructose (fruit sugar) from various sources. I found interesting info on http://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2013/08/disturbing-link-high-fructose-corn-syrup-honey.html that explains its the way it is processed & that mass producers of honey are removing bees own honey & feeding them with high fructose corn syrup honey! It’s better to buy your honey from the markets from small beekeepers who are producing honey the authentic way!

  5. Beth says:

    How many servings does this make?
    What is the approximate shelf life?

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