This is a variation of a raw chocolate pudding recipe I found by Ani Phyo. It's delicious! I just tweaked a couple things and it turned out super satisfying. I only made it for one serving since I'm the only raw-eater in my household, but you could easily double or triple the recipe...even if it's just for yourself!...

Recipe Directions

Throw the banana, avacado, cacao powder, and agave into a food processor (or blender), mix until smooth, then enjoy! If using a regular banana instead of frozen, I recommend chilling the pudding for about an hour before eating.

I haven't tried changing the flavors yet, but I figure you could leave out the cacao powder and add vanilla bean instead for a vanilla pudding, or some use tahini and maple syrup for a more caramel-tasting result.

VeggieBean's Thoughts

This is a variation of a raw chocolate pudding recipe I found by Ani Phyo. It's delicious! I just tweaked a couple things and it turned out super satisfying. I only made it for one serving since I'm the only raw-eater in my household, but you could easily double or triple the recipe...even if it's just for yourself! I just had some a minute ago and I'm already wishing that I had made myself more...

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dlegs's Review

Chacaolate Pudding
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4 out of 5

Yeah. Absolutely delicious and something I craved for a week. Someone gave me a vanilla bean it was good to, but the baby love the chocolate. Oh, I forgot I used carob powder instead of cacao.

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Momof2's Review

Chacaolate Pudding
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5 out of 5

I also love this recipe. You would never know there was Avocado in it if you didn't make it!!

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spitfiredd's Review

Chacaolate Pudding
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5 out of 5

Kid tasted mother approved! This is awesome simply freaking delicious.

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