Very rich. Oh boy, good for small bowls when you’re craving something sweet and avocado is out of season. Truly has a mousse-like consistency.
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Recipe Directions

1. Grind walnuts up into a fine powder (can use a coffee grinder.)

2. Add the wet ingredients.

3. If too thick, add more nut milk or coconut oil, seeing that the coconut oil will firm up when refrigerated.

4. Add the cocoa.

Justbeautiful's Thoughts

By justbeautiful

Very rich.

Oh boy, good for small bowls when you’re craving something sweet and avocado is out of season.

Truly has a mousse-like consistency.

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I made this today and used dates instead of agave it was yummy.thanks for the recipe

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This is really great. I have been visiting Chicago for too many months now and avacodo here doesn't have much of a season being imported and all. This is a great option.

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Yah, I was amazed at the consistency walnuts gave. Although I found it to be very rich.

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I made this today and used dates instead of agave it was yummy.thanks for the recipe

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Yah, I was amazed at the consistency walnuts gave. Although I found it to be very rich.

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This is really great. I have been visiting Chicago for too many months now and avacodo here doesn't have much of a season being imported and all. This is a great option.

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