Recipe by ki8deslr
"Saw this at the market the other day. The ingredients were simple and it looked delicious! Many substitutes abound (liquid, sweetener, spices). Vary amounts to taste!"
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avocados - peeled, pitted, and cubed
unsweetened cocoa powder
This was a pleasant surprise. I made half the recipe to try it and only used a scant 1/4 cup of turbando sugar in place of brown. We all liked it and my skeptic did not believe it contained avocado. I had never worked with coconut milk before so it was an education all around. Thanks!
WAY too much cocoa! Used 3 avocados and the cocoa was still overpowering.
This "Chocolate Avocado Pudding" was a delicious dairy-free treat! It tastes a lot like uncooked (instant) JELLO brand puddings made from powdered mixes that I remember from my childhood (except without the fake chemical aftertaste). I think that I would be inclined to make this pudding often if I had children to share it with. I substituted some HEALTHY ADDICTIONS brand chocolate syrup (agave and raw cacoa) for the brown sugar and cocoa. Thank you ki8deslr for sharing your recipe! REVIEW UPDATE: I've made this a few times now. I'm not sure if it tastes better with different avocados or coconut milk, or if it is a case of the more I make it the more I like it, but I had to change my rating from 4 stars to 5 stars. I think I could easily serve this pudding to house guests without them ever guessing that it was not a regular dairy-based pudding. It is creamy and delicious.
I have a picky toddler who, not surprisingly, much prefers sweets to vegetables! So I'm always looking for ways to sneak veggies into "special treats". He gobbled this up and I found myself licking the bowl. I threw it all in a food processor and substituted whole milk for coconut milk and it turned out great.
very delicious & I am not a fan of avocados
We make this a lot. In our house we like it better than chocolate pudding!! There's a lightness to the flavor and mouth feel that is so fresh but still chocolaty and yummy. I add cream cheese sometimes, or dissolved instant coffee. Personally, I didn't like the cinnamon. I thought the flavors fought, so I always leave that out.
I was surprised this stuff is really good. I didn't put in the cinnamon, and it tasted just like chocolate pudding. Maybe if I ate a whole bowl full I would notice something is different, but Cool Whip would take care of that. I made it for my toddler, but I found myself eating it too. If anything, I may cut back on the cocoa powder just a little and add just a smidge more brown sugar. What a great recipe!
This is so rich and creamy. It was filling and satisfying so that even my chocolate loving, sweet-toothed hubby could not eat more than one serving at a time (and that is saying a lot)! I plan to make this and freeze it as avocado freezes well and the color will not matter.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chocolate Avocado Pudding
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 237
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