If you think chocolate avocado pudding tastes like chocolate + avocado… think again! It’s a deliciously creamy treat that is also good for you and is super easy to make.
Watch the video to see how this yummy dessert is whipped up in less than 5 minutes.
How to Make Chocolate Avocado Pudding
The secret to this chocolate pudding? Ripe avocados! If you think avocados don’t belong in dessert, I’m about to change your mind.
The avocado gives this healthy chocolate pudding a thick and creamy texture and it adds a lot of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and healthy fats. Don’t worry, this doesn’t taste like chocolate avocados, because of the cocoa powder, honey, and bananas give it a rich chocolatey taste!
I like serving this recipe as a snack or healthy treat for my kids, they enjoy it because it tastes like chocolate pudding and I love it because it’s good for them. Avocados are a healthy source of fat, and unsweetened cocoa powder is full of antioxidants.
This is one of those tasty recipes that helps my whole family eat clean together. Eating fresh, whole foods should not mean becoming a short order cook to keep your family happy at the dinner table.
In fact, I created a complete program to help you and your family eat fresh, unprocessed food together for a whole month.
If you are feeding a picky eater, then this recipe is a great way to add a healthy dose of nutrients to a food item that they are already familiar with: chocolate pudding. The option of letting them know avocados are in the mix is entirely up to you ;)
The riper the bananas, the less likely you’ll need to add honey since they’ll naturally sweeten the pudding.
This healthy dessert is best when chilled. I recommend making the pudding and allowing it to chill for at least 2 hours before serving. If leftovers are even a thing (not in my house), you can refrigerate and enjoy within one day.Print