Recipe Directions

Peel and pit the avocados.
Slice the apples in half from the top down, and use a mellon-baller to remove the seeds. Peel (if you don’t want anything chewy in your pudding – I left mine on) and chop into large pieces.
Place everything in a food processor or blender and puree for 2 – 5 minutes, adding water a little at a time, until very smooth and a bit fluffy. Add more or less water to reach the consistency you like; I stopped when it was similar to yogurt.
Serve by itself, over fresh berries or fruit, or on your favorite raw cereal or granola!

KhaasLadki's Thoughts

A yummy pudding or mousse like dish with a nice, yogurt-like tang. It’s great on grawnola or fruit, or eaten by itself!

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looks great, and avocados are in season! i have done smoothies with avocados and apples and i´m excited to see how a pudding comes out. beautiful imagery.
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oh man this sounds freaking fabulous - i love avacados. i'm taking this to my raw meet-up on saturday!

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This is my favorite recipe for avocados. It's so addicting! I think leaving the apple skin on, especially when it's red, makes a really nice effect with dots of red in the green pudding.

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This looks yummy - Can't wait to try it!

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