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Dark Chocolate Avocado Paletas. 1 1/2 cups (355ml) unsweetened vanilla almond or hazelnut milk. 1 large ripe avocado, halved and pitted. 1/3 cup (78ml) Grade A maple syrup.

5 tablespoons (36g) cocoa powder. 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon.

Preparation Instructions: • In a blender, puree the avocado pulp along with 12 fl oz coconut milk and agave syrup. Pour 2-1/2 fl oz of mixture into each of ten (3oz) popsicle molds. Top off each popsicle with 1/2 fl oz of the remaining coconut milk.

These rich and satisfying Mexican-style ice pops are made with avocado, lime juice, and a simple syrup: creamy and delicious!Dark Chocolate Avocado Paletas | Nutrition | MyFitnessPal. September 2019.

This is a great dessert option to pack in your last serving of fiber for the day. Healthy Treats Healthy Desserts Healthy Recipes Healthy Foods Easy Recipes Keto Recipes Cooking Recipes Delicious Chocolate Chocolate Recipes. In a blender, puree the avocado pulp along with 12 fl oz coconut milk and agave syrup. Pour 2-1/2 fl oz of mixture into each of ten (3oz) popsicle molds.

Top off each popsicle with 1/2 fl oz of the remaining coconut milk. Insert wooden sticks into the mold and freeze until solid, at least 3 hours. Paleo Chocolate Avocado Cake (98) Read Comments | Rate it. Total time: 50 min. Prep time: n/a.

Cook time: 50 min. Nutritional Highlights (Per serving) See Full. 450 Calories. 26 g Fat. 8 g Fiber.

�� Avocado Dark Chocolate Cake ️�� This innovative and delectable recipe is guilt-free! Eat as much as you like without worrying about calories ����.. Ingredients 1. Flour – 1/2 cup 2. Cocoa powder – 1/2 cup 3. 2 small avacados 4. Melted chocolate – 200 grams 5. Baking soda – 1/2 teaspoon 6. Vanilla – 1 teaspoon 7. Eggs. Bring the coconut-almond milk to a very low simmer over low heat. Add chocolate tablets and sugar, and stir with a whisk or molinillo.

Once the chocolate has dissolved pour it in a container and let it cool completely in the fridge or freezer. Place the chocolate mixture, avocado, and sugar in the blender, and puree until smooth. Combine the corn, avocado and lime juice together. 6. In a large bowl, whisk the egg and buttermilk together. 7. Whisk the cooled honey-butter mixture into the buttermilk.

Mix in the dry ingredients and fold in the avocado and corn mixture. 8. Take the hot pan out of the oven and pour in the batter. 9. Pretzel Chocolate Chip Cookies Ingredients: pretzels. oatmeal. peanut butter. egg or flax egg. maple syrup. mini dark chocolate chips. Substitutes For These Easy Healthy Cookies.

Peanut Butter: You many sub in any kind of smooth creamy nut butter for peanut butter, such as cashew butter, almond butter, or sunflower seed butter, etc.

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Add the avocado to the melted chocolate and mix until combined.

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Combine the chocolate mixture with the avocados and strawberries in a food processor.

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Melt the coconut oil in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of hot water, then transfer to a blender with the avocado flesh and water and whizz until very smooth.

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Place the other half of the avocado, coconut water, garlic, lemon juice, pistachios, and sea salt into a blender or Vita-Mix and blend until smooth.

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  • I followed everything step by step and it tasted DISGUSTING… unbelievable how fake she tries it at end and she saying mm is good… you should NEVER trust any videos from this horrible deceiving person

  • OK I made it. It did not come out as dark as yours. And to my family and I it tastes more like banana. It tastes sweet but not chocolatey to me. Thank you for the recipe.

  • I really enjoyed this! I added 3 tbsp more of the cocoa because I am a chocoholic! It was almost like pudding meets fudge meets mouse. The avocado was very subtle, but I think the only reason I picked up the taste was because I knew it was in there and I was purposely trying to pick up the flavor.

  • Hey! Thanks for the great vid! May I replace the wheat flour with oat flour for the same result? Thanks! Keep these videos comin… they’re a life saver!: ) 
    Cheers! 

  • I tried it and it’s awesome…but I used about a third of the milk you written in the ingredients, I don’t think you are using 1 1/3 cup of milk in the video (about 325ml), right? Thank you and sorry for my english.

  • Guys I just made this avocado pudding, I gotta say it is spectacular! The only thing I would say is to make it to your liking. I used more chocolate, vanilla, and I used agave instead. I tasted along the way (the best part) until it was how I liked it. Thanks Shira for a recipe that satisfies my sweet tooth and doesn’t make me feel guilty!

  • Delicious!!! Thank you so much for the videos, McKel! It’s such fun see you and follow the recipe like if we are at the kitchen with you:) I just LOVE the way you take the avocado core! A little ninja style!!!:):)
    Can’t wait for the book!
    All the best!
    Sofia

  • eat avos and chocolate every day.  good fats for brain, hormones, energy, and seratonin, honey with chia great source of energy.  chocolate great for cv system.

  • Nah… I made this from a similar recipe (it included some milk, and almond extract in stead of vanilla extract) and the taste of the avocado is too overpowering.
    Even when I pretty much doubled the amount of honey.
    And yes my avocado was ripe.

  • Can you taste the avocados? I would love to try this! I love avocados but my boyfriend doesn’t so I am curious if he would taste the avocados in this pudding.

  • I love love love eat clean recipies. I started eating clean a few months ago and i am having difficulties finding good healthy recipies so i was eating the same salad every day. Thanks for all that wonderful recipies

  • So inspired..great delicious healthy recipes
    thanks for sharing! Any chance you could do a shopping menu type video. some staples you always have or buy:) thx Kevin!

  • Hola! Sólo hice el mouse porque tenía los ingredientes a mano y debo decir que quedó I N C R E I B L E!! Jeje riquísimo, me encantó. Nadie creerá que es aguacate sino lo dices. Gracias por compartir.

  • Can i use blender instead of food processor? Please help:( I’m desperately want to try this but i have no food processor.

    Big thankies:)

  • This is amazing! It’s hard living in the dorms and not having your own kitchen. Any tips on how to balance dorm food and working out? Thanks

  • I’ve tried this MANY times because I do not like the taste of Avocados or honey. I’m afraid you can taste them through the chocolate! If you don’t mind honey though, this is a delicious option!

  • I was really scared it was going to taste gross, but I tried it with:
    Dutch process or dark cocoa powder and I used more of it
    I also used a lot of vanilla
    I added a few splashes of almond milk to thin it out
    And I used honey to taste
    I could not tell the difference between regular chocolate mousse and avocado pudding

  • Bro, this kind of shit is so insanely good that I can’t believe I never heard of this channel until like last month. This stuff beats the hell out of Chipotle.

  • This was great! Tho I kind of messed it up… Instead of using 1/8 cup of raw honey for only 2 servings, I accidentally used 1/2 cup…>< tho still great! I added raspberries on top to cut the sweetness and dusted them with coco powder, and then sprinkled in some fried coconut flakes. It was great (still a bit too sweet but that was my fault...)

  • I really wanted to make this even before, but Im scared to fail cus avocados here in my country are expensive. I just want to know if it really taste good.

  • Does this really taste like chocolate pudding???? I’m thinking about making this for my little boy who doesn’t like avocado but loves chocolate pudding lol

  • How does the spirulina taste? I bought the Now brand spirulina and had to throw away the bottle bc I couldn’t even stand the smell

  • These really are delicious!! I like how the video is simple and easy to follow. Just subbed:) I also have a video on making chocolate avocado truffles on my channel if you wanna check it out!

  • Love!! You inspire me to continue studying dietetics in school so I can make professional, credible videos like you one day.  Who does your filming?  Did you study computers and photography as well? Should I look into this if I want to pursue a life of a video blogger?

    Thanks again for the inspiration!
    Katie:)

  • What is the shelf life of this? Avocados change color after a while.. and to prevent lemon juice is added.. won’t this get spoilt quickly??

  • Omg cant wait to make them for my fam! I wanna see what their reaction when i tell them the mousse is made out of avocado. We love avocado but never tried it like this:D

  • Salut! Thanks for making the video. I have a few questions on the recipe. I have tried making it twice and the consistency is quiet different from yours. I end up having to bake mine longer (20 minutes) to get the needed thickness of the whoopie pie achieved in your video. I even reduced the almond milk to one cup instead of 1 1/3 of a cup. What am I doing wrong? What else can I do to get the whoopie pies to be ready at exactly 13 minutes?

  • OMG! If you are an avowed chocolaholic raises hand or love one make these. Trust me. Just made a batch (they’re not perfectly circular) and my honey declared that there’s no need to every buy Godiva again. Tastes decadent, rich and you cannot taste the avocado. I’m going to fidget with the recipe to include the following ingredients (separately of course): 1. shredded fresh ginger 2. cayenne pepper 3. cinnamon 4. freeze-dried fruit like blueberries, strawberries, or cranberries. You could probably put a tiny dollop of peanut butter (or any other like almond, cashew, etc.) inside and mold the truffle around it, then it’s like a surprise gift. Imagine lavender? Recommendation don’t use a tablespoon use a 1/2 tablespoon.

  • Personally I THOUGHT this would be a good idea but it tasted really nasty and avocado-y. It was also way to fatty and thick… Be careful with the information you get folks lol.
    I might have used under ripe avoes etc but I wont try this again anyway. I had much better results with making one with coconut milk…

  • Just make it! It’s beyond delicious!!!
    I was quite skeptical about this recipe, but it is amazing!
    Yes, it has a deep chocolate flavour. The consistency is more like a greek youghurt (which is creamy)  than a pudding (which is gelatinous).
    I would recommend adding 2-3 tbsp of water, to thin it out a bit. It’ll still be mega-creamy.
    One thing to keep in mind: the quality of the cocoa will impact the taste of the final product. 
    Depending on how chocolate-y you like your pudding, you might want to add a little bit more cocoa, or more honey (if your cocoa is very bitter).

  • Hi Shira! I’ve tried this a few times using my Ninja blender and I must say this recipe comes out great every time. I’ve also tried hazelnut extract and almond extract but not at the same time. I use 6 avocados so I adjust for the other ingredients and I also added some almond milk for creaminess as well. Thanks for a great video!

  • For blender questions: just use a fork, avocados easily mash to a creamy consistency with a fork and your own muscle power without much effort.

  • Omg just tried this and the salt on top is just yummmmm… crunchy and salty in that creamy sweet n slightly bitter pudding… I added a teaspoon of espresso power and its amazing…and pls have your own channel hehehe

  • Ps.  I would love to help you however I can, make me your intern!  I will help with the behind the scenes and learn the ropes.  It is hard to find experience in this field of dietetics.

  • Love avocado chocolate combination. Guess what we’re having tonight. Thankyou for the great recipes and ideas from Portarlington,australia

  • Technically this is Mexican since avocados,cocoa,vanilla originate from mexixo and honey comes from bees and there are some bees thay originate in north america sooo..

  • This is the first of your recipes that I have made and they’re amazing. Thank you so much for posting. Can’t wait to make more of the goodies you have posted.

  • There is no such thing as organic honey. So make sure you don’t waste extra money on anything labeled as such. Bees fly for miles to collect pollen and you can’t really control what fields they choose.

  • You inspire me McKel!  Thank you for creating an amazing way to eat for better healthy and happily satisfied tummies!  Keep the nutrition coming!