CHOCOLATE PUDDING THAT IS DAIRY, WHEAT AND NUT-FREE

by Miss Bliss

My darling childhood friend recently found our that her nine-month old baby is allergic to dairy, wheat and nuts. Since she is still breastfeeding, this means she cannot eat dairy, wheat or nuts either!

“What I miss most is fat,” says Sonia. “I’m starving and just want to eat chocolate! Do you have any dessert recipes that are dairy, wheat and nut-free?”

“Actually, girl, you are in luck! Did you know you can make an amazing chocolate pudding out of ripe avocados?”

“Shut up,” says Sonia with a laugh. “You are not serious.”

“Really! The avocado is a great creamy base for the pudding and the chocolate masks any avocado taste. Plus, you get lots of really great fats and vitamins from the avocado. Not only will it satisfy your cravings, it will make your skin glow and your hair shine.”

“Send me the recipe. I’m starving for chocolate.”

RAW VEGAN CHOCOLATE PUDDING

2 T organic chocolate

1 cup water

1 t. vanilla extract

1/4 t. cinnamon

10 pitted dates, soaked in water for 5-10 minutes and drained

1 avocado, ripe

strawberries

1. In a food processor or high-speed blender, process all ingredients except strawberries, dates and avocado.

2. While the food processor is running, alternate dates and avocado until the entire mixture is smooth.

3. In a wine or champagne glass, alternate mousse and sliced strawberries to create a layered decadent dessert.

TIP: If you use more water this makes a wonderful chocolate sauce to pour over your favorite vegan ice cream or a dipping sauce for fruit.

This recipe was slightly altered from Robyn Boyd’s amazing raw (and some cooked) vegan cookbook, Rawsome Recipes.

XOXOXOXOXOX
BLISS WARRIOR

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IF YOU ENJOYED THIS BLOG, YOU MAY ENJOY READING:
DRINK YOUR VEGETABLES
GET SKINNY WITH BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUP
SHE SIPS SAKE
GET SKINNY EATING DECADENTLY (with a recipe for vegan chocolate pudding made from fresh coconut)
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cherish April 24, 2008 at 5:50 pm

I love you so much right now. I have not been able to find a vegan recipe for pudding anywhere. I love pudding… this is awesome!!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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miss bliss April 24, 2008 at 5:51 pm

Captivating Cherish,
You may also want to check out my post “Get Skinny Eating Decadently” above, because it has an amazing pudding recipe using young thai coconuts. Coconut pudding can be flavored all kinds of ways – vanilla, strawberry, you name it!
xoxoxoxoxo
bliss

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goddess lelly April 24, 2008 at 5:51 pm

You know my boyfriend supports my bisexuality but my vegetarian nature (which only shows itself in the choice of soy burgers) is not something he can handle.

Maybe you can offer some advice on how to eat out at non vegetarian restaurant without intaking all the carbs and starch?

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miss bliss April 24, 2008 at 5:51 pm

that is a great idea, doll! i will write a blog about that. i personally am a big fan of ordering soups and salads (although always make sure to ask if the soup contains chicken stock). Many nice restaurants will create a plate of vegetable sides if you ask – this way you can get lots of veggies and not load up on carbs. I’ll think more on it and write a blog about it. thanks for the idea!

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