This dessert is made without avocado, nuts or coconut unlike most desserts! It's easy, chocately and creamy. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did!

Recipe Directions

Blend and go!
If you don't have a high-powered blender you may want to soak the dates for a little while or omit them and use a little more syrup or you'll end up with date chunks which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but totally up to you.

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This dessert is made without avocado, nuts or coconut unlike most desserts! It's easy, chocately and creamy. I hope you enjoy it as much as i did!

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Wow! Thank you so much for sharing! I've just made it, doubled the recipe, omitted the agave but added 2 dates, plus 2 teaspoons lucuma, 1 dash salt and cayenne, grund vanilla beans and (i must admit) maybe 1/2 teaspoon coconut butter... I eat the whole thing! It is fabulous! Wanna try with a mango instead of banana...
I'm so happy that you post this recipe as I previously tries avocado pudding; delicious but so difficult to digest!
Hope you'll share other fat-free delicious and imaginative recipes!

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This sounds like a very good way to use up summer squash- a good recipe to try on my children!

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