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September 27, 2012

Guess what? On my new school we’re going to have a day called “National Food Day”. You can participate on that day by making a booth with food (and music, clothes etc. but primary food) from your own country. There are a lot of different nationalities from all over the world at the school, which means that there will be tons of different food to try. It’s going to be so nice!

I will represent Sweden. Not that I’m from Sweden or anything, but there were a too many people for Denmark, and I would love to learn something about food from another country. So Sweden it is.

So exited!

I’ve spend some time looking for Swedish dishes to make. I’m not completely sure of what to make yet, but I’ll make a blog post of it when I’ve decided what to make.

Well, back to this post’s topic: Healthy Vegan Avocado Chocolate Pudding!

Wait! Did I just write Avocado? Yes I did. The secret ingredient to this lovely chocolate pudding IS avocado. But you can’t even taste it. This chocolate pudding tastes like noting but chocolate pudding ;-)

There are so many health benefits in avocado. And naturally sweetened with a bit of honey, this is a great and healthy dessert/ snack for when you’re craving chocolate.


What you need
Inspired by this chocolate pudding by WithStyleAndGrace
Serves 1

1 ripe medium-sized avocado
1 tbsp liquid hliquid sweetener (such as maple syrup or agave – or you can use honey, though it’s not vegan (thank you anonymous for pointing that out for me))
4 tbsp cocoa powder
2 tbsp vegan yoghurt or milk (you can use non-vegan as well)

How to do
Place everything in a mini food processor and blend everything together.
That’s it! Enjoy!

4 responses to “Healthy Vegan Chocolate Pudding”

  1. Rocksanka says:

    wow, looks delicious and it’s so simply to do! :) wanna try it :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    though this looks delish, I’d like to remind you that honey is not vegan.

    • Josefine says:

      Oh, I’m so sorry! Funny – I read somewhere that it was vegan.
      I’m sure you could use maple syrup then. I correct the error immediately.

      Thank you!

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