Low Carb Avocado Pudding Recipe
To create this thick and smooth chocolate avocado pudding, I partnered with Love Good Fats as their line of keto approved shakes is a great way to add chocolate flavor, sweetness and protein to this tasty kid-friendly keto dessert.
This chocolate keto avocado pudding is creamy, smooth, sweet and it only takes a few minutes to make with the help of a food processor. Chocolate avocado pudding is just as chocolatey as any other pudding recipes and it’s actually a bit thicker and creamier that most - thanks to the avocado.
I like to use a keto approved protein powder by Love Good Fats to flavor my avocado pudding and to sneak in a little extra protein when I’m making this yummy treat for my boys.
Keto Approved Chocolate Shake Powder
Love Good Fats has created a delicious keto friendly shake powder that you can mix with your favorite keto milk or you can use the mix in your low carb baking recipes - like this chocolate pudding - to add flavor, healthy fats and protein.
Their line of shake mixes are low in sugar (only 1 gram), loaded with healthy fats (12-13 grams of fat per serving) and only contain 3 grams net carbs per scoop! There are no added preservatives or sugar alcohols. Plus this protein powder is gluten free and soy free!
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The avocado in this keto pudding recipe is used as a thickener. Avocados are creamy and smooth. When you smash them down or blend them in a food processor they produce a thick, creamy base that is perfect for a keto friendly, dairy-free pudding. Just add chocolate or your favorite flavors and your ready to eat pudding!
Ingredient Substitutions in Avocado Pudding
Chocolate - In this recipe, you have the option of using a keto chocolate protein powder or cocoa powder. Make sure your cocoa is unsweetened and 100% cocoa powder with no added sugars. You will also need to add additional sweetener if you are using the cocoa powder. I recommend adding 1/4 cup of powdered erythritol to the pudding mixture to sweeten it up. You want the powdered form so it dissolves easily and you aren’t left with grainy pudding.
Milk - I recommended using nut milk in this recipe. It’s a great option if you are trying to be dairy-free too. My favorite is macadamia nut milk since it has a higher fat content and lower carb count compared to almond or coconut milk. Those options are fine if that is all you have on hand. You can also use heavy whipping cream for an ultra-creamy keto avocado pudding.
Optional Add-ins to Keto Chocolate Avocado Pudding
Consider adding in some of these for a different flavor profile of your keto avocado pudding:
- Cayenne pepper
- Chili powder
- Coconut cream
- Sugar-free maple syrup
- Almond extract