Chocolate Avocado Protein Pudding

Chocolate Avocado Protein Pudding

Avocado in Dessert? 

I know what you are thinking: GROSS!!  A dessert made with avocado??  Just trust me on this one.

avocado chocolate protein pudding


Recipe (for 1 serving):

1.  Slice 1 ripe (ie. mushy) avocado in half, remove the pit. Return the other half of the avocado to the fridge for another day.

2.  You can make this recipe by hand or with a blender/food processor. The later option makes it much creamier. Either mash the avocado in the bowl with a fork until it is smooth and creamy or use a blender or food processor. This represents about 1/3 cup of pureed avocado.

3. Add BSN Syntha-6 Edge Whey (chocolate milkshake flavour): 1 scoop if you want more protein or 1/2 a scoop if you are watching your calories.

4.  Add sweetener of your choice. Examples: stevia, Ideal (xylitol & splenda), maple sugar, honey, dates, agave. I use calorie free pancake syrup. Remember to calculate your calories and macros if you use a sweetener with calories.

5. Optional: add cacao powder to make it even more chocolatey. (If you use this, factor it into your calories/macros)

6. Blend. You may need to add a tad bit of water.

7.  Enjoy or refrigerate for later. You can use the pudding for frosting or fruit dip.


Nutritional Information:

(for 1 scoop of whey,  1/3 cup puree avocado, calorie free sweetener)

  • calories: 273, fat: 14.7 g, saturated fat: 2.6 g, cholesterol: 50mg, sodium: 195.4mg, carbohydrates: 12.5g, fiber: 6.1 g, sugar: 2.5 g, protein: 25. g

Chocolate Avocado Stuffed Strawberries:

I prefer to make the pudding in bulk using a food processor or blender (that way the avocados don't have to be ripe).

I use 5 avocados and I add 5 scoops of chocolate protein powder and a generous amount of calorie free pancake syrup.

This makes 10 servings. I give 5 to my mom and keep 5 for myself. It will last for 5 days in the fridge.

I like to hull 10 strawberries and place them into an ice cube tray. Then I spoon the pudding into the strawberries. Another option is to use a Ziploc bag as a piping bag ... just cut off the corner to create your frosting tip and then pipe the pudding into the hulled strawberries. If you don't have time to hull strawberries, then just dip the strawberries into the pudding.

Here is the nutritional info for this version (i.e. 1/3 cup puree avocado and half a scoop of whey with 10 medium strawberries):

calories: 236, 13.1g fat, 2.1g sat fat, 25mg cholesterol, 234.1mg sodium, 18.7g carbs, 7.5g fibre, 7.9g sugars, 14.3g protein.

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