Chocolate Pudding

This week has been non.stop.busy.busy.busy. One of these posts I will tell you all a little bit more about myself, but all this busy has resulted in a brief “hello”, an encouraging resource, and chocolate.

I’m kind of brutal when it comes to music, and when I first listened to a snippet of Music Inspired by the Story on iTunes I moved on quickly. I give the top rated song a try, and if I don’t like it I don’t give the others a chance. However, when my friend sent me a link to another song on the album I listened and was blow.away.wow. I’ve been listening to almost every song on the album over and over. This one, this one, and this one are my favorites. Go check it out (and give it a chance) and let me know what you think!

Ready for the chocolate?

Chocolate Pudding
4-5 avocados
1 c coconut nectar/honey/maple syrup/stevia
1-1 1/2 c cacao powder
2 T vanilla
pinch of Celtic Sea salt

It’s safe to say that my favorite food is chocolate. I recently ordered 5.5 lbs of the best cacao powder because it is that essential. To continue with another simple recipe, this pudding is a classic raw food dessert. Using avocados was one of the first tips I learned when I started learning about raw food preparation.

Just combining all the ingredients in a food processor and or blender. I used both for some reason : ) Blend and blend until super creamy. That is very important!

Next week: tea.

8 Responses to Chocolate Pudding

  1. I’ve had one like this before, and it was *heavenly*. It has organic cacao powder, frozen raspberries (though I imagine you could use fresh), honey……….I think that was it…..but it was fantastic! :D

  2. Hi Hannah! This looks great! Is the 1 c coconut nectar/honey/maple syrup/stevia a combination of all those ingredients, each being 1 cup each or 1 cup of any of those options listed? I would assume the latter, but just wanted to make sure. Thanks for taking time to do this! Blessings!

  3. It’s 1 cup of any sweetener unless you use stevia : ) I like bitter chocolate, but I suggest sweetening it to taste. It’s up to you! If you don’t want to experiment then 1 cup honey is just perfect.

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