Hello readers of Just Us Four! My name is Tracey and I blog over at Just a Trace. I’m here taking over Shannah’s blog today to bring you one of my favourite healthy snacks. Before we get into the recipe, let me share a little bit about me. I’m a lifestyle blogger located in Canada, and I write a lot about weddings, dating and my random daily encounters with all things weird. So whether you’re looking for a DIY project, a healthy muffin recipe or you just want a good laugh, I hope you will stop by my corner of the internet and say hello. I’m a complete social media junkie, so you can also find me on Facebook, Twitter , Instagram and Pinterest.
I personally have a huge sweet tooth, which would get me into a lot of trouble if I didn’t have this recipe to curb my sweet cravings. Today, I am sharing how to make a dairy free, vegan (and healthy) chocolate pudding. This recipe can easily be modified to fit with your dietary restrictions or personal taste. I like to add one to two scoops of protein powder to my pudding because the protein fills me up and helps curb my appetite for a lot longer. I’m also a peanut butter nut (no pun intended!) so adding a drizzle of warm peanut butter on top of my chocolate pudding makes my mouth water. If peanut butter or nut butter is not your thing, you could add some fresh raspberries, a handful of nuts or just eat it plain. Here’s a list of what you’ll need to make this pudding and as you can see, it’s not much since I am a fan of easy recipes:
which is both dairy free and vegan), 1 tablespoon nut butter of your choice
To begin making your pudding, cut open the avocado and scoop out the pit. Cut it into
large chunks and put it into your blender. Take your banana and also cut it into chunks and place it in your blender.
For those peanut butter lovers out there, melt a tablespoon of peanut or other nut butter in the microwave for ten seconds and drizzle on top.
This pudding will keep in the refrigerator for a few days, but this is never a problem for me since it disappears quite quickly in my house. I hope you enjoy this healthy spin on a classic treat.