I was thinking of spring, St. Patrick’s Day celebrations and green-colored, delicious dessert. After some trial and error I came up with this light green, velvety dessert which suits also vegans or for those who cannot tolerate dairy. Even better, this thick and rich pudding is ready in just a few seconds after combining the ingredients!
Tips for making the pudding
This recipe works best with a powerful blender. The pudding should be really smooth and velvety with no chunks of any kind.
I have Blendtec blender and WildSide Jar (again so many thanks to my wonderful husband for this great birthday present!). I guess FourSide Jar would be better, as the WildSide Jar works best for quite big amounts and this is not that big amount of pudding.
The Batters and Sauces program gave me the best result. If you have a different blender, you might have to examine a bit which would be the best program there, in case you have different programs.
Instead of liquid stevia you can use some powdered sweetener like powdered erythritol. I just chose stevia here because it’s quite affordable and also relatively easily available. And since it’s liquid, it doesn’t have any problems in dissolving.
I’ve used vanilla extract here, but if you prefer even more authentic vanilla flavor, you can use scraped seeds from one lengthwise cut organic vanilla bean.
This is extremely simple dessert to make, but let’s take a closer look of the preparations anyway:
The ingredients and my blender.
Just combine all ingredients in a blender. By the way, in the recipe I’ve listed the ingredients in the order they should go to my blender jar. Please feel free to use different order for your blender.
Then just choose the right program…
…and blend until smooth and velvety.
- 1 (13.5 fl oz = 400 ml) can organic coconut milk
- 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice from organic lime
- 80 drops liquid stevia
- 2 teaspoons organic vanilla extract
- 2 ripe Hass avocados, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks
- Add all ingredients to a blender jar.
- Close the lid tightly and blend until smooth and velvety.
Is there a better measurement for stevia than “80 drops”? Teaspoons?
2 teaspoons. Usually 1 teaspoon is 40 drops 🙂
What would the measurements be for the serving sizes?
I’m sorry but I didn’t get it… which measurements do you mean? Thanks!