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Healthy and pretty good, I guess, but also rather bland; I added 1tsp salt, 1tsp vanilla, 1tbs honey, and 5tbs cocoa (instead of 4), which did the trick really nicely and made a wonderfully rich-tasting but still quite light pudding.
I saw this recipe and I just had to try it because it was so unique I never would have though of combining those three ingredients... As it chills it really does develop a flavor all its own you can definitely taste the banana but really it develops its own chocolaty flavor.. I did have to add a little milk to get it to blend in my tiny blender but the consistency was still perfect.. and the best part is it is there is no added sugar or anything.. all natural ingredients... thanks for the idea
I was intrigued by the ingredients. You mostly taste banana and then chocolate. If you really look for it you can taste a tiny bit of avocado. I topped mine with a little fat free whipped cream.. not vegan but tasty. This is a nice recipe that I'll make again sometme
This is the first recipe on here that I saw for vegan pudding. My best friend is vegan and this was such a simple healthy recipe. But I was overly curious about the other recipes using avocado and bananas. After reading plenty of reviews I considered combining peoples' different suggestions on improving it. So I kept everything the same but left out one banana and added 2 tablespoons of peanut butter 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk about 1 tbs of honey and a few drops of vanilla Stevia. I also chopped up dairy free chocolate chips to garnish the top of the pudding instead of cocoa powder. Absolutely delicious with or without whipped cream. I highly recommend and the taste only gets better the longer it's in the fridge.
Because the size of avocados and bananas vary so much, I found the quantities rather misleading. One avocado here gave me almost 4 cups once blended, and our bananas our smaller, so I lost count of how many I put in after discarding bruises and dividing pieces amongst the kids. I poured in cocoa powder to taste, and sweetened condensed milk for extra sweetness. We aren't vegans. Turned out great for our family with these changes
I was very surprised on how delicious this was. I am not vegan, nor am I particularly healthy, but I am trying to be a bit healthier and lose some baby weight I cannot seem to lose. This recipe was great. I did however feel it was missing something, so I added a splash or 2 of vanilla. I will be making this again for my family. Great consistency as well.
Love this pudding!! The only change I make is to reduce the amount of bananas to two. I normally use over-ripe bananas for extra sweetness. The avocado makes the consistency of this pudding very creamy. So good!! My food processor works perfect for this recipe. Extremely nutritious and delicious:) Thanks for sharing!!