Today I had a huge chocolate craving so I decided to make Chocolate Pudding. I found an interesting recipe on Girlmeetsnourisment which I altered to my taste.
Ingredients (3 servings) :
1 medium avocado
60g almond milk
30ml strong coffee
stevia/sugar to taste
Optional: 1 small-medium banana
Just mix everything with a food processor/mixer/magic bullet.
Bon appetit!! Hào chī!!
Nutrition facts below:
Jack and me have been friends for a long time. Through him I got acquainted to Mr. PWC.
And so, without further ado, let me introduce you
Sara’s Peanut-Whiskey-Chocolate Surprise.
Ingredients are Whiskey, Salted Peanutbutter, Coffee liquor, Cacao/chocolate liquor, Baileys & (Almond) Milk.
1) Make the Peanut-Whiskey Base by Mixing Whiskey and Peanutbutter. Quantitywise I suggest 50/50. I prefer to higher the level of Whiskey butmost people like this ratio. Finish by adding a pinch of salt if you used non-salted PB. You may opt for making your own PB but a store-bought one will do just fine. If u can, make this base at least one day in advance to let flavors infuse.
2) When it is time to actually drink, you mix three parts PB Base with one part chocolate liquor and one part coffee liquor. This is your Flavor base.
3) Mix 2 parts Flavor Base with 1 part original Baileys, add a splash milk to cream it up.
*Special thanks to the American and Russian Recipe contributors, спасибо!!
Whenever I want to make cakes for a party I tend to make the same two, over and over again. They are easy to make and oh-so delicious, always a hit! Moreover both recipes contain sneaky healthy ingredients:).
First up are the Chocolate Pumpkin-Pie Brownies by Chocolate Covered Katie. These fudgy brownies please people with a sweet tooth. I have always made them with mikchocolate chips.
Check the ingredients in the picture below. For the recipe please visit Katie’s site. Katie is an amazing professional vegan blogger which I have been following for several years. Her recipes are truly delicious and she often includes ingredients you would not expect.
Secondly, my personal all-time favorite, the Orange Chocolate Cake by Teresa Cutter, the Healthy Chef. This cake is less sweet and it has this rich almond, orange flavor. Instead of steaming the orange I just put the orange in the oven for about 40 minutes. Hereafter I chop the orange up and grind it up in my magic bullet, you can use any food processor or a mixer instead.
I found this recipe during the quest for a a lactose and gluten-free recipe for a colleague at work. Yes quest(!!!), it was not easy to find ! The first time I made it I was very reluctant and unsure as to how the outcome would be, as the ingredient list seemed to healthy to be true. Now I am absolutely in love with this cake.
Teresa is a qualified chef, nutritionist and fitness trainer, her philosophy is to keep food as pure and natural as possible, free from artificial ingredients. I agree good food is often simple, quality ingredients are key though. Again I refer to The Healthy Chef website for the recipe.
Tip: If you are interested in buying bulksize chocolate chips I recommend buying a Callebaut bag. In Belgium you can buy a 2.5 kg bag for about 16 euros at Colruyt. For those abroad Amazon uk and Amazon US also sell Callebaut chocolate chips online. If you have any questions, feel free to ask and don’t forget to let me know if you make either of the recipes .