This pudding is the best healthy pudding you will ever have! It is rich, creamy, and indulgent. Best of all, it is healthy! A treat for sure, but still, very healthy. When I first started making this recipe, I seriously almost cried when I tasted just how good it is. I made it for all my friends, and practically fed it to them with a spoon as they walked through my door. They never saw it coming. Needless to say, I have turned many of my friends (and clients) on to this special dessert. I wouldn’t normally serve it in this fancy wine glass, but I thought, hey, why not? I serve it in pretty bowls and glasses for special occasions, (birthdays and holidays) and in regular cups or small ramekins for a quick week night dessert.
The whipped cream on top is the real kicker here. Coconut whipped cream… yes, it’s the bomb! And since we do not eat dairy, this is the best replacement. In fact, I enjoy this much more than traditional whipped cream. It is smoother, creamier and has an amazing flavor. You HAVE to try it! But until then, here is the recipe for chocolate (avocado) pudding. ENJOY!
11 Health benefits of avocados
- Regulate the blood sugar levels
Avocados contain soluble fiber which keep a steady blood sugar levels. The monounsaturated (good) fats in avocados can reverse insulin resistance which help to regulate blood sugar levels.
- Lower cholesterol levels
Avocados are rich in beta-sitosterol which is effective in lowering blood cholesterol levels. .
- Maintain a healthy heart
Avocado contains folic acid and vitamin B6 which help regulate homocysteine levels. High level of homocysteine is associated with an increased risk of heart disease.
- Protect against cancer
Many studies have shown that avocado can inhibit the growth of prostate cancer. The oleic acid in avocado is also effective in preventing breast cancer.
- Control blood pressure
Avocados are also a great source of potassium, which helps in controlling blood pressure levels.
- Anti-Inflammatory properties
Phytonutrient compound found in avocados, such as polyphenols and flavonoids have been found to have anti-inflammatory properties, thereby reducing the risk of inflammatory and degenerative disorders.
- Promote eye health
Avocado is an excellent source of carotenoid lutein, which known to help protect against age-related macular degeneration and cataracts.
- Increase nutrient absorption
Avocado intake is linked with an increased nutrient absorption.
- Reduce strokes risk
The high levels of folate in avocados may also protect against stroke.
- Fight free radicals
Avocados contain glutathione, a powerful antioxidants that helps fight free radicals in the body.
- Skin Care
The avocado oil has the ability to nourish the skin and make your skin glow! It also aids in treating psoriasis and skin disorders.