Part of the prep work for the Moisturizing Avocado Bar, my favorite recipe in the Soap Crafting book, involves mashing up half a real avocado. When we filmed the recipe for a live Soap Crafting Club session, we had some leftover avocado and I wasn’t about to let it go to waste!
I love eating avocados on their own, but for this quick recipe I threw in a banana, some cocoa powder and voila! I had myself a pudding packed full of nutrients. This recipe was too easy — and too delicious — to not share with you all.
What You’ll Need:
1/2 ripe avocado
2 tbs unsweetened cocoa powder
Optional: 1 – 2 tbs. honey for sweetness
ONE: Put all in ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy! Be sure to eat this pudding within 24 – 48 hours as the banana and avocado won’t keep well!
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Just wanted to tell Anne-Marie that I appreciate that she posts recipes, even though I don’t always have the time to post. So don’t stop posting them! This one sounds yummy! And I’ve been reminded that I need to try that avocado soap recipe. I have several avocado trees in my yard. When ever I prepare a dish with avocado, I rub the peels I intend to toss out onto my hands and arms while I’m cooking. After rinsing, my skin is sooooo soft!
I’m so glad you enjoyed this recipe post! I love avocados, I could seriously include them in every dish! I recently made the avocado soap recipe and really love it, I hope you give it a try :). Rubbing the skins on your arm is such a cool idea, I will have to give that a try! I have made a hair mask with avocado and coconut oil before, and my hair was so silky smooth 🙂
-Amanda with Bramble Berry