Recipe Directions

Put about 1/4 cup water in vitamix or other high power blender. Put in Avacado & blend slowly until nice & creamy. Blend in Cacao Powder & Dates (adding extra water as needed to keep things moving) Add more dates if needed to adjust sweetness. Blend until smooth & creamy! ENJOY!

Luv-2B-raw's Thoughts

This is SOOOO Amazing! It makes an incredible pudding by itself. Or put it in a nut date crust for a quick, easy & Delicious chocolate pie – like in the picture.

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FeelingGood's Review

Easy Chocolate Pudding
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OOOHH! SO! GOOD! I ate it straight out of the blender. I just started walking the raw path and found this recipe 4 days in. It will help keep me on the path a little longer because it definitlely satisified my chocolate/sugar craving. I used coconut water and a very ripe avocado last night. Tried it today with a less ripe avocado and it's still good but not quite as creamy.

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winsomehill's Review

Easy Chocolate Pudding
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This is delicious. Mine came out a little chunky from the dates. I used my vitamix, it just didn't have enough volume to get things going enough....maybe it would be better if I doubled the batch. The creaminess of it is just out of this world. Thanks for posting it.

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larisacox's Review

Easy Chocolate Pudding
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i actually got this recipe from the naked chocolate book by David Wolfe. I added a little almond milk instead of water, and agave syrup instead of dates. i ate it with fresh apples. It is soooooooooo good!!!! i can't believe that something can be that tasty and healthy at the same time!!!! thanks nature

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Could i use carob powder instead of cacao? I cant find any cacao around this town..

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frangipanni - I usually make the pastry base with pecans or walnuts (their oiliness resembles a pastry the most - but you can use other nuts too with or without the addition of coconut oil for the oiliness). for 4-5 small servings I use 2 cups of nuts (ground up in a food processor), 6 dates (added to the nuts & ground up), and 2 Tablespoons of coconut flakes (added to the nuts & dates & processed a few seconds to combine). Then just press it into a bowl & add the pudding! I get my coconut from wilderness family naturals dot com, because it is low temperature dried, so truly raw. The kind from the healthfood store has been heated too hot & makes my teeth hurt.

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What luck stumbling upon this lovely recipe & having all the items in my pantry : ) Sounds bomb, and is cute too.

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this is the first recipe from this site that i've tried. it was so good - my boyfriend even liked it. he probably wouldn't have liked it anymore if i had told him there were avocados in it, though. :)

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Mmmm, I want to make this soon.

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I just made this. For the pastry I used: 1 cup almonds, I cup coconut and 1 cup agave.

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I am new to raw, can you tell me how to make the "pastry" base?

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forgot to say it was yummy served with banana.

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forgot to say it was yummy served with banana.

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i did not have any dates (gotta get some!) so I used agave instead. I have quite a sweet tooth so I used about 4-5 tablespoons of it. but it satisfied that sweet tooth!

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i did not have any dates (gotta get some!) so I used agave instead. I have quite a sweet tooth so I used about 4-5 tablespoons of it. but it satisfied that sweet tooth!

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I can't believe i just made this - i've always been against using my avacado's for anything other than eating and making guacamole :) But, i just made this (in the fridge chilling as i type) and i actually liked it! I only used 1/2 an avacado cuz i didn't want to waste any. 1/2 an avacado is probably close to a single serving! I used 2 dates, a squirt of agave, carob powder and a lot of water (probably a 1/2 cup). It is very good! Thanks for posting! Oh, and i had some Chocolate Extract on hand so i put some of that in there too. I can't believe how close this tastes to the real thing! Wow! If only Jell-O knew about this :)

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I found I needed to add about 3/4 cups of water and some almond milk to get this right. Next time I'll try the FP instead of the Vita-mix. Oh, we also threw in some agave syrup.

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I'm making it right now.

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Why didn't I see this!! I just got back from Trader Joe's, oh well tomorrow we get avocado.

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I made this pie yesterday and it was GLORIOUS!

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Glad you liked it OceanBliss!

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I forgot to add my comment on this recipe, I must say that this is divine! I've made it twice already and I'm making it again right now!

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This tasted pretty alright. :)

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This tasted pretty alright. :)

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This tasted pretty alright. :)

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Hi OceanBliss, I've made this several times. It really satisfies my deep chocolate hunger. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

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