Ingredients10 m servings 218 cals
- Blend avocado, agave nectar, carob powder, water, vanilla extract, and peppermint oil in a blender until smooth.
Per Serving: 218 calories; 7.4 g fat; 42.2 g carbohydrates; 1.3 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 6 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This was quite good! I didn't have carob powder, so I used cocoa powder. Could not taste avocado at all. I don't know about 4 servings...I think I squeaked out two.
I love the fact that I can make a decant dessert that's really healthy and great tasting! I made this a couple times first time by the receipt - it was good, but way to sweet. So the second tim...
I was surprised! Honestly I had my doubts, avocado? but in the end it was actually good! the avocado gives it the pudding consistency. I used unsweetened cocoa powder (I didn't have the other th...
My kids loved this. It was a little rich for me, which is good because I could eat a gallon of jello pudding, but only ate about 1/4 cup and was completely satisfied.
This is GREAT! Tastes exactly like "regular" pudding, even would have fooled me into thinking it was chocolate and not carob. I do not like agave nectar and so substited just 1/4 cup of maple sy...
I loved this so much! I had everything except the powder so instead I used coco powder. I didn’t put the peppermint drops in either. When I made it like the recipe it had way too much agave for ...
wow! really good. I increased the avocado to 1 1/2 and used milk instead of water. no pep oil, but will definetly make again. even my boys loved it and they don't care for avocados.