Guest writer for Wake Up World
I hate to be a spoilsport but you know those little pudding cups that are a popular item in kids’ lunches? They’re not much more than neatly-packaged doses of refined sugar, dairy milk, and processed oil—not the best choice if you’re following or trying to instill healthy eating habits. Instead, consider trying this vegan chocolate pudding recipe I found on Oh She Glows. With a fruit-filled avocado, almond butter, and banana base, and no added sugar, it’s a healthy, nourishing, and delicious snack.
Demand for avocados has soared over the last few years. They’ve become so popular that you can find imported avocados on nearly every corner of the earth. Avocados taste amazing and, within recipes, make a healthy, versatile substitution for creamy ingredients like milk products. Unlike the saturated fat and naturally-occurring hormones present in milk[1, 2] (even organic milk), avocados provide an excellent source of monounsaturated fat, vitamins, and minerals. They even contain phytosterols, which actually inhibit the absorption of cholesterol.
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