Chocolate Pear Pudding

By | February 7, 2010

I love this recipe because it is versatile as a pudding or a smoothie. Most great smoothies are. Pears help keep you regular and they are low in sugar. Use them anywhere you would use apple (in green juice, desserts, etc.) Both Apple and Pears soften easily in a delicious combination of: a dash of apple cider vinegar, maple syrup, a pinch of salt or a dash of Braggs Aminos. Add berries or enjoy with a raw cheesecake, or just toss the marinated morsels in your mouth. So good!

Another delicious snack is sliced pears and avocado tossed in fresh lemon juice. Add a pinch of superior salt like Celtic or Himalayan to really bring out the flavors. Eating simply is the best thing you can do for your body and you’ll truly realize how much you actually do like the taste of unadulterated fruits.

Ooh! Can you see how the coconut oil glistens on this pudding. Eat this midday (around 1 p.m.) and give your liver a great gift!


Chocolate Pear Pudding

Chocolate Pear Pudding (serves 2-4)
2 Thai Coconut Meats
Water of 1 Thai Coconut (or all the water if you’re making smoothies)
1 Avocado
1 1/2 Tsp Stevia Leaf Powder (should be green, not white)
1 Dessert Spoon of Raw Chocolate Powder
2 Dessert Spoons of Coconut Oil
3 Tbsp Thick Rich Yacon Syrup (No Glycemic Rating – it’s amazing!)
1 Pear
5-7 Brazil Nuts (soaked for 3 hours – soak 2 cups’ worth and you can make milk!)
Pinch of Salt (Celtic or Himalayan)

Blend all the ingredients in a Vitamix. Pour into a bowl and let chill in the fridge for a few hours or overnight and it will be ready for breakfast. Top with goji berries, sprouted and dehydrated buckwheat groats, and drizzle with yacon. The only sugar is in the coconut water and the pear, but it’s so delicious who cares?? All you have to do is Enjoy!

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