Raw Chocolate-Avocado-Pudding

May 30, 2014

This recipe can act as a life saver:

The pudding is super quick, easy, healthy and satisfying.

I love the consistency!

 

Try it:

1 big avocado*

1/3 cup almond milk or more if necessary (best is home made, recipe coming up), or coconut milk, brown rice milk etc.

3 tbsp raw cacao

2 tbsp carob (or use more cacao instead)

1 tsp mesquite

3/4 tsp vanilla powder

3/4 tsp cinnamon

a small pinch of sea salt

1 - 2 tbsp sunchoke syrup, maple syrup or 1 - 2 dates

 

Blend all the ingredients in your blender to a creamy consistency.

Add raw cacao nibs and or coconut shreds and enjoy.

 

*Did you know that the greatest concentration of antioxidants is in the dark green fruit closest to the peel?

 

Tip on how to peel the avocado while conserving that area with the greatest concentration of antioxidants:

 

  • Cut the avocado length-wise, around the seed

  • Holding each half, twist them in the opposite directions to separate them from the seed

  • Remove the seed

  • Cut each half, length-wise

  • Next, using your thumb and index finger, simply peel the skin off each piece

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