30 Jun 2015


This recipe is everything you want chocolate pudding to be. I have nothing else to say for now, so talk soon.


Serves four or five humans

2 avocados 
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup cacao powder
Pinch Himalayan salt
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon powder
1/4 teaspoon vanilla powder
1/2 cup almond mylk 

Coco cream:
Use this recipe (minus the sugar)

Cacao nibs

To make the pudding: blend everything together until smooth, creamy and thick. Adjust according to preference. Serve in bowls with whipped coco cream, cherries and cacao nibs. Nom.

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Anonymous said...

Can I just live off of this and banana ice cream!? So so good (and simple and healthy!)

Anna said...

omg I so need to try this!!! yummy


Cassie said...

This looks delicious!

Amanda H said...

My only issue is the use of syrups. I've been researching fructose levels, and the bottom line is even so called "healthy" sugars and syrups just aren't! Fructose, ie fruit sugar, names up 50% or more of these sweeteners and yes, that's not going to make a happy liver. It causes high blood pressure, is linked directly to cancers and strings of other issues.

I adore your blog, I want to vote for more recipes with only natural fructoses - ie sweetening with figs, dates, raisins etc? Pretty please?!

Jules said...

I know you're Canadian, but any chance you could post a really awesome 4th of July recipe? Something that is barbecue-in-extremely hot-weather friendly? ;)

Rebecca said...

Ok, I have a serious question *please don't get offended*--I'm new to the whole raw food diet and to be honest, am doing it mainly to lose weight. I see your recipes and youtube videos and how virtuous your diet is and how religiously you work out. My question is, how can you eat like this and work out like you do and not weigh like, 2 lbs? Don't get me wrong, you look awesome, but I don't know if a raw vegan diet is worth it to me if it's not going to help me healthfully drop pounds. Thanks in advance for your input.

Tamanique @ The Maximalist! said...

Lovely. Beautiful, simple, and elegant. This is something I would make on date night, cuz it also seems so luscious and romantic - plus this time of year I can't stop myself eating almost a pound of cherries per day. Thanks, Emily!

Em von Euw said...

@Amanda H - no worries! use dates instead of syrup and add a bit more mylk :)

@Rebecca - check out my Instagram yo! It's shows what I eat everyday. I eat MASSIVE amounts of food all day long, both raw and cooked. That's how I gain muscles errday :) Also keep in mind that the stuff I post on my blog is not particularly representative of my diet as whole, these are decadent treats that I often make for other people. My IG is @thisrawsomeveganlife btw <3

Em von Euw said...

@Rebecca - a whole foods vegan diet with raw food incorporated will let your body find it's natural healthy weight, whatever that is. Don't try to weigh a certain number just to match what girls look like in magazines - your goal should be to feel GOOD! That's my opinion anyway. X

lucie said...

oh my! this looks delicious!


Reduceri online said...

It looks fantastic!

genevieve @ gratitude & greens said...

I want to eat these chocolate pudding bowls forever and ever and ever. These look out of this world!!

Anonymous said...

Oh my gosh it's a rich, creamy heaven with the perfect, mouth-wateringly sour-juicy touch of ruby cherry