»CHOCOMOLE« a.k.a the easiest raw vegan Chocolate pudding!

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"Now what the heck is Chocomole?", you might be wondering. "Is it really guacamole but with chocolate?!"

Basically, yes.

This, my friends, is chocolate pudding (raw vegan, dairy-free, 100% plant-based) and it is made of only 3 things: avocado, banana, cacao powder all mashed together. Well, and 1 tsp of sweetener and a pinch of spices, but that's completely optional. I just had a super ripe avocado lying around in the kitchen, and a super ripe banana. Now i got a nice bowl of CHOCOLATE PUDDING waiting to be devoured, how awesome is that?!

Actually, i did a post on chocolate pudding a year ago called the 5-Minute Chocolate Pudding {dairy-free}, and now that i think about it i actually did another one called Raw Love Parfait for Valentine's Day, but none of these versions are identical - and also: One can never get enough of chocolate pudding!! :)

Anyway, here's the recipe:


Preparation time: 5 mins (+ ideally 30 mins refrigeration)
Main ingredients: cacao, avocado, banana
difficulty level: easy
serves: 1
suitable for: vegan, lactose-free, gluten-free, nut-free, paleo, raw food, and delicious "even so"


1 ripe avocado
2 ripe bananas OR 1/2 cup soaked dates OR 1/3 cup pure maple syrup
2 tbsp raw cacao powder
pinch of sea salt
1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)

fresh strawberries (or other fruit), as many as you want!

before blending...
...after blending...
...and after 1/2 hour of refrigeration! - "CHOCOMOLE" - Yum yum yum!


This is so easy, i don't even want to call it a recipe: So basically you combine avocado, banana and cacao powder in a blender or food processor (you can even use an immersion blender for this! Heck, even a fork if you're desperate and want to build up arm muscles!) and process until smooth and creamy-thick. 

This time i added a pinch of cinnamon and 1 teaspoon of organic honey (use agave syrup or other sweetener if vegan) for a little extra kick!

Set aside the pudding in the refrigerator to chill. After 15-30 minutes you'll notice the pudding changing colour! It will get darker, thicker, more chocolaty. I ate mine for breakfast with a handful of sliced strawberries :)

Thank you to Angel and all the other lovely girls, who once again (!) featured me over on 
their Wakeup Wednesday Link Party this week! 
I always get so excited whenever i see my posts on somebody else's site, haha! :)