Chocolate avocado pudding is an allergy-friendly, paleo, keto, and vegan dessert that even the kids love. An easy healthy sweet treat, 100% sugar-free sweetened with sugar-free flavored maple syrup (Monk Fruit) for a silky smooth low carb keto chocolate pudding.
This chocolate avocado pudding is paleo but also Keto and vegan! Yes, this recipe has it all. It has no sugar, no dairy, and the best silky smooth pudding texture you will ever taste. I love easy low carb recipes, even more, when I can share them with my vegan partner and this one hits the spot.
My kids absolutely adore this chocolate avocado pudding recipe as the chocolate avocado mousse I shared earlier!
They usually don’t like raw avocado but they eat this pudding-like crazy – which makes me the happiest mum on earth, I never complain about extra veggie on their plate.
So this is what you need to make the best chocolate avocado pudding Paleo recipe at home:
It’s probably the first question that crosses your mind right now. Honestly? NO.
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I am using the perfect amount of sugar-free monk fruit syrup in this recipe to cover the avocado flavor. You will enjoy the silk smooth avocado texture without the veggie aftertaste.
If you still think this recipe has a too strong avocado flavor, you can add a few drops of liquid stevia to adjust sweetness and fully cover the avocado flavor.
But trust me, my kids eat this and never noticed there was avocado in there, and they are picky eaters.
What I love the most about this chocolate avocado pudding is the smooth light texture. It reminds me of French chocolate custard. It makes a delicious dessert on its own or you can use it as a cake frosting too!
I hope you enjoyed this easy chocolate avocado pudding paleo recipe. Don’t forget to share your creation with me on Instagram. I love to look at your pictures when you make my recipes.
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