You may be thinking to yourself right now ‘chocolate, avocado, together, WHAT?’ But let me assure you that when these two ingredients meet each other in the kitchen that something truly magical happens! It’s like pure heaven in your mouth! Don’t believe me? Check out these 10 different chocolate & avocado recipes. I’ve got all of your bases covered from brownies, cookies, truffles, muffins, cupcakes…..even a pie! ENJOY 🙂
#1 – Chocolate Avocado Truffles by Crazy For Crust!
Chocolate Avocado Truffles by Crazy For Crust
#2 – Chocolate Avocado Pudding by How Sweet Eats
Chocolate Avocado Pudding by How Sweet Eats
#3 – Chocolate Avocado Cookies by Delicious Menu Meals
Chocolate Avocado Cookies by Delicious Menu Meals
#4 – Chocolate Avocado Smoothie by Texanerin
Chocolate Avocado Smoothie by Texanerin
#5 – Chocolate Avocado Bread by Living Healthy With Chocolate
Chocolate Avocado Bread by Living Healthy With Chocolate
#6 – Chocolate Avocado Muffins by She Bakes Here
Chocolate Avocado Muffins by She Bakes Here
#7 – Chocolate Avocado Brownies by Ambitious Kitchen
Chocolate Avocado Brownies by Ambitious Kitchen
#8 – Chocolate Avocado Cupcakes by Yummy Odds
Chocolate Avocado Cupcakes by Yummy Odds
#9 – Chocolate Avocado Cake by Ambitious Kitchen
Chocolate Avocado Cake by Ambitious Kitchen
#10 – Chocolate Avocado Pie by Making Thyme For Health
Chocolate Avocado Pie by Making Thyme For Heal
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This is a great read on why you should be eating Chia Seeds. I use my TruVibe Organics Chia Seeds daily in either oatmeal, smoothies or pudding and absolutely love it!
Blueberries & Cream Protein Crepes with only 310cal/28carb/5fat/37pro!
1 Scoop (30grams) of Vanilla Plant Fusion protein powder
3 egg whites
7ozs of unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk – DIVIDED
50grams Dannon Light & Fit Vanilla fat free Greek Yogurt
12grams of unprepared Jell-O Sugar Free/Fat Free Vanilla Pudding mix
70grams of fresh blueberries
1 packet of stevia
Dash of cinnamon
1/2tsp Better Body Foods pure vanilla extract
1tbsp Sugar Free Maple Syrup
*Note – This is what worked for the protein powder that I use, others may require more/less liquid*
First I mixed the pudding mix with 3 ounces of cold almond milk and placed it in the refrigerator to set. In my ninja blender I mixed the protein powder, 1 packet of stevia, vanilla extract, dash of cinnamon, 4 ounces of almond milk & egg whites. I preheated my skillet to low to medium low heat – I found that working with a low temperature was best as it allowed me to swirl & coat the pan with batter before it started cooking. In fact, I would hold the pan off the heat for 15 or so seconds before pouring batter in. Once I felt the pan was cool enough I would pour about 1/4 of cup into a small skillet and swirl around until the pan was coated with a thin layer. I would cook it until the edges started rolling in. I ended up flipping all of mine with my hands because I found it to be easier than trying to get a spatula under it. Once all of my crepes were made I took the pudding out, mixed the yogurt into it to really thicken it and then filled the crepes. I mixed the blueberries with 1tbsp of sugar free maple syrup and topped the crepes with them. Yum!