Chocolate Avocado Pudding

Chocolate pudding was one of those things we used to eat a lot but after switching to organic foods, I just figured it would be something we wouldn’t have anymore. This is a ‘healthier’ version that I feel good about giving my kids periodically. And there’s no sugar! Just raw honey*, which is a natural sweetener. But you want to make sure it’s raw honey and not processed. The part that took the longest was scooping out the avocados, but if you just cut around the avocado lengthwise, they peel apart easily. Then you can scoop out the seed and scoop everything out. And I found it easier to scoop if they are at room temperature (they should be kept at room temperature anyway unless they are ripe and you don’t want them to ripen more). *Honey is not recommended for children under one.

Avocados are so good for you. They have the good-for-you-fat that we need! (It’s unsaturated but I want to make it clear that there are good saturated fats that we need as well.) They are a good source of fiber, and have about 20 vitamins and minerals! Including Vitamins A, B, C, D, & K, Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Potassium, and many others. So my son liked the pudding but my daughter made a funny face. She was sick at the time, so I don’t know if it just tasted funny because of that. I didn’t tell my kids what was in it. I just said it’s chocolate pudding. Was that wrong of me? 😉 Anyway, I love it and hope you will too.

chocolate avocado pudding



  • 2 large avocados, or 3 small
  • 1 cup milk (I use organic whole but you could use coconut milk, almond milk, etc.)
  • 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder (or cacao powder, which is better for you)
  • 3 TB raw honey*
  • dash of cinnamon (optional)

Scoop out all the avocado and discard the seed (see my tips on doing this quickly at the top of this post). Blend all the ingredients in a blender or NutriBullet (that’s what I used, see picture below). Refrigerate for about 30 minutes and serve. *Honey is not recommended for children under one.


Here’s everything added and ready to blend up in the NutriBullet:
(I had to add more milk after this picture because I was still in the testing phase)



Here’s a NutriBullet through Amazon:


And here’s my son eating the chocolate avocado pudding frozen in a Smoothie-Pop-Mold:



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