Recipe Directions

Remove avocado pits and scoop avocado into Vitamix or your preferred blender/food processor. Add remaining ingredients and blend. This pudding freezes well. Just thaw, stir, and serve.
*Sometimes I omit the water and freeze the pudding to make chocolate ice cream.
*If your body does not agree with raw chocolate, Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa can be used, although it is not raw.
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Greeneyedlady's Thoughts

They (I don’t care who!) say it is beneficial to eat a little dark chocolate every day, so here is my “go to†recipe when the need for something chocolatey arises. A Vitamix will allow you to whip up this delectable dessert in less than 1 minute, but if you haven’t made the investment in this powerful machine yet, any high speed blender or food processor will do. I know there are many raw pudding recipes out there but what makes this recipe so unique is the Grade B maple syrup (not raw, but rich in vitamins and minerals). Although agave and other grades of syrup will work, Grade B maple syrup gives the pudding a richer, almost caramel-like, flavor. Prepare to be amazed!

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OH MY GOD! It was SO good... I put 1/8 cup maple and maybe a tablespoon coconut palm sugar, 1 tablespoon maca, 1 tablesppon lucuma powder and a dash of cayenne... I...I ate the whole batch! But I war REALLY angry...
Thank you for sharing!

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MissHeather's Review

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The best raw vegan pudding I have ever had!!!

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littleapronstrings's Review

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Amazing!! tastes JUST like homemade non-raw chocolate pudding! Reminds me of my childhood, only healthy (I love the fats in avocados for my hair and nails!) and incredibly delicious. I used 4 medjool dates and 1/3c honey instead of maple syrup (because I somehow LOST my agave!) to sweeten and it was perfect!! I also used vanilla paste instead of just vanilla. And cacao powder. Okay so I changed the whole recipe - but it was GOOD. And HIT THE SPOT. I will make this whenever I want something sweet that uses up my avocados!

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Wow, that was really good. I never actually liked chocolate pudding before, but I was craving something chocolatey and happened to have two avocados and the rest of the ingredients (a rare thing, since I've only just started a raw diet)-- this was really really easy and tasted amazing. Even my family agreed :)

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When I make this kind of pudding (which I do often) I use dates as the sweetener. They are raw, nutritious, and yummy!

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Thanks for reminding me about maple syrup not being raw! I have changed that in the recipe.

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To keep this recipe raw, you can sub a nice ripe banana for the maple syrup (which isn't raw), and omit the water.
I try to eat at least one avocado/day, and this is a lovely way to do it. It is good with chopped walnuts on top, too.

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cadugdale's Review

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I'm ready for dessert now, and happen to have several avocados ripe and ready to go:)
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that looks absolutely amazing. im going to go make it now.

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