It’s somewhat fitting that my last post talked about avocado sauce and guacamole – and tips for storing both. Today I have another avocado recipe for you… though, this time I truly doubt you will have ANY leftovers!
This recipe is an exclusive sneak peek from Engine 2 Diet‘s new book My Beef with Meat: The Healthiest Argument for Eating a Plant-Strong Diet. This book follows Rip Esselstyn’s bestselling Engine 2 Diet, which has helped people transform their health through a whole-foods plant-based diet. If you follow E2D on facebook, you will regularly see testimonials from their readers of weight loss, lowered cholesterol, and even disease reversal (heart disease and diabetes most notably).
In just a few weeks, Rip’s new book “My Beef With Meat” hits shelves. In this new book, Esselstyn shares insight about the foods that most people believe are healthy, yet science reveals are not. My Beef With Meat tackles the questions and skepticism surrounding a plant-based diet, including how we don’t need meat and dairy to have strong bones or get enough protein, how we can get enough calcium and iron in plants, and the problems with the (currently trendy) Paleo fad-diet. In short, Rip delivers the message – and proof – that if you eat plants, you lose weight and feel great.
Today, Engine 2 Diet has kindly given my plant-powered readers an early inside scoop on this book with an exclusiverecipe release!
This CHOCOMOLE is family-friendly, easy, and scrumptious. So, get a spoon. Who needs a bowl?
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Prep time: 5 minutes Makes: 1 cup
1 ripe avocado
1/3 cup pure maple syrup
¼ cup cocoa powder
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/4 tsp cinnamon (optional)
1/4 tsp sea salt
¼ cup water (or more if needed)
Instructions: Process everything in a food processor or blender. Add water as needed until smooth.
Variations: If you don’t like the cinnamon taste do not add it. Or, instead of cinnamon add a drop of mint extract. Or add a pinch of cayenne for some heat! Add fruit to make a delicious parfait.
Have you made avocado pudding before? What are your favorite variations? Have you read Engine 2 Diet?