You could eat it on it’s own like chocolate mousse… Veeeery good!
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Process the avocado, salt and sweetener until blended. Add powdered carob and process briefly until creamy. *You can add one very ripe banana to stretch the amount of icing without affecting the texture, but it will affect the taste.

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You could eat it on it’s own like chocolate mousse… Veeeery good!

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Carla, thanks! i did not have opportunity to go to Whole Food yet as i am travelling and where i am whole food will come soon! I am north of Florida, I have 2 different options here that I will gonna look for after holiday! Where do you live now? Your name is very brazilian like me, where are you from?

thanks in advance!

Namaste

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Tamar.. I was researching about carob to see if I could tell you anything else, and I just found that carob doesn't have any caffeine and theobromine which can be addictive and can cause allergies, and can be found in chocolate... =]

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Tamar... Carob looks like cocoa powder, it tastes a little sweeter though.. I'm not sure if you can find it in whole foods. When I used to live in California I never found it there.. So I would always use cocoa powder, that works just as fine...

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Carla, your recipe sounds amazing like it name! Can you tell me what is carob powder?

can i find in store like whole food? thanks in advance!

Namaste

Marcia

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I think you could also substitute it for cocoa powder... =]

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This sounds good, I just have to get some raw carob powder. Thanks for posting it.

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