Recipe Directions

Combine about 20 cherries, 1/2 an avocado, and 3 small dates in a mini food processor or blender. Voila. Your pudding is ready!

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So simple, so delicious!

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I made an amazing discovery this morning - when you stir some buckwheaties (sprouted dehydrated buckwheat), it tastes just like Grape nuts stirred into fruit yogurt which I loved once upon a time. I was all nostalgic! Really yummy and easy.

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this is such a simple delicious idea. i added a banana to mine, soaked my dates, and put frozen fruit instead of cherries. It's not exactly the same recipe anymore, but using frozen fruit gives it a nice thicker texture.

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I tried this last night,adding the cacao powder!!! YUMMMMEEEEEEEEE!!!!

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what a combination!... i would not thought of it. thank you.

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I made this the other week for breakfast, and I loved it! This will become a standard in my breakfast repertoire. I used 2 figs instead of 3 dates, added 1/2" of vanilla bean, and I used 2t of cacao powder, since I love the combination of chocolate and cherries.

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MMMMM! Can't wait to get an avacado so I can try this!

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This is so good with Raw Pop Tarts made with Buckwheat, Coconut Oil & Unheated Honey. Here's the link(hopefully it works!) http://www.therawtarian.com/community/recipe/raw-pop-tarts

Thanks for this recipe!

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I put my avocado in the freezer for a bit before... It was very good!

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