Pure Pudding

  • Cooking and Prep: 10 m
  • Serves: 1
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Attention women of the world who get hungry right after breakfast - try adding some healthy fat to your breakfast menu and experience the difference. That's what this recipe is for!


Thick and creamy, with a frozen-yogurt-like texture, this pudding is one that will satisfy you and your taste buds. It's my personal breakfast favorite. There's lots of healthy fat inside from the avocado and coconut almond milk. Pair with protein or add protein powder and it will keep you going through the morning! (If you're not an egg fan, try my protein-and-fat-packed banana nut muffins or nut butter bread, published in Family Table and available on my website.)


Don't be scared off by the avocado. It adds delicious creaminess, and the other fruits completely mask the avocado flavor.

Ingredients (10)

Pure Pudding


Start Cooking

Prepare the Pudding

  1. In the small cup of Vitamix, NutriBullet, or any other high-power blender, combine frozen fruit with avocado, egg yolks or cashew butter and cacao.

  2. Once blended, add collagen or protein powder, if using, and mix with a spoon. Adding any form of protein powder will thin out the texture for both versions.

  3. Add the smaller amount of milk or water. Blend until mixture becomes thick and seems not to be blending well. Stop the machine, mix a bit with a spoon, and continue to blend. If pudding still has chunks, add one tablespoon water or milk at a time, blending after each spoonful.

  4. Transfer to a bowl or cup. Add toppings as desired.



Options for sweeter results:

-Add more grapes, mango, and banana, and less of other fruit.

-Add granulated sweetener like stevia or granulated monk fruit extract to taste, or up to one teaspoon liquid sweetener, such as honey or maple syrup.

-Add one to two fresh pitted and soaked dates.

-Adjust the flavors to your taste! Make sure to include at least one of the following fruits to make your Pure Pudding or Ice Dream sweet and creamy: bananas, cherries, grapes or mango.


For the Ice Dream method of tripling the recipe, click here.

  • Faigy Blumenfeld

    Posted by FB |2018-10-15 20:17:21
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