Raw Chocolate Avocado Pudding

This decadent raw chocolate avocado pudding is so creamy and delicious, made with only clean ingredients. Keto, vegan & paleo :)

As a chocolate lover with an autoimmune disease, I do know chocolate is not the best food for me. Still, I love it so much, and it makes me happy. So, when I eat cacao, I ensure I’m taking it from a good source. That’s why I enjoy searching for ways to use cocoa cleanly, and today’s recipe is all about it. This decadent raw chocolate avocado pudding is so creamy and delicious. I love how fast and easy you can make it; you only need a food processor. 

One funny fact about this recipe is that I made it once when my husband’s parent was at our house, and since then, my father-in-law has become obsessed with it. Instead of a nasty chocolate bar, this chocolate avocado pudding has become the go-to chocolate dessert he has wanted for a long time. Who knows, it might become yours too!

Raw Chocolate Avocado Pudding 


Avocados: They have to be ripe. If you cannot find two mediums, you can use four small ones.

Sweetener: Okay, here is where you can choose whichever sweetener you regularly use. I mostly use raw honey as I find it beneficial for my health. If not, I use maple syrup. But when I want to lose a bit of body fat, I use monkfruit (about two tablespoons).

Coconut Milk: Please use full-fat canned coconut milk. Lower-fat coconut milk is not suitable for this dessert. Plus, the fat in the coconut is very healthy for you!

Cocoa Powder: make sure you buy cacao from an organic source. I personally like this one. 

Sea salt: You can use any salt, but coarse salt is the best for this dessert.

In terms of equipment, you are going to need a food processor or a blender as all you need is to give it a nice blend. And that-is-it! Horray to simple recipes.

You can enjoy it alone or with fruit on top, such as raspberries, bananas or dry coconut.

Okay, are you ready to make it?

Raw Chocolate Pudding

Raw Chocolate Pudding

Recipe by Pia SegoviaCourse: sweets


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  • 2 medium size avocados (or four small)

  • 1/3 cup maple syrup or raw honey

  • 1/2 cup full-fat canned coconut milk

  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder

  • Pinch of sea salt


  • Blend or process all the ingredients together until they are smooth.
  • Sparkle some sea salt on top.


  • You can enjoy it alone or with fruit on top, such as raspberries, bananas or dry unsweetened coconut.

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