Instant (Dairy Free!) Chocolate Pudding-For-1 🍫 gluten free, keto & paleo

18 comments

  1. Kay Marie says:

    Brava! Brava! Brava! Just opened the email and it was made in 10 mins! Excellent i did use 3 tbsp swerve and 1/3 avocado(all I had left its too cold to go out) and it came out perfectly! Thank you

  2. Kay Marie says:

    Ok so it sat up and when cold I discovered that 3 tbsp of sweetener was over the top for me…lol recipe is still a keeper though and the fat is ”real” yum!

    • Paola says:

      Oh lol! I think sweeteners can be weird (and vary SO much according to different taste buds, particularly after doing keto). But so happy you loved it Kay Marie! big kiss!

  3. Mary Anne B says:

    I rarely leave reviews, but had to for this one as my extremely picky 6 year old ate it all up and even asked for more!!

    I have tried so many recipes for avocado chocolate puddings and nothing worked until this one. I urge everyone to make it exactly as it is! I think the game changers are mostly the salt and cinnamon. The cinnamon does give it a more mexican chocolate flavor, but gets rid of any avocado trace. THANK YOU! My kid loves you already

  4. Candy says:

    Sooooo good…made this for dessert last night. Thanks so much for sharing all your wonderful recipes.

  5. Kim says:

    Paola
    I tried the recipe. It was very good. However, I ‘m not sure that it is Keto. After tallying up my macros for the day, I added the individual carbs for Swerve, and 1 teaspoon is 5 grams of carbs. One tablespoon equals 3 teaspoons, so 2 tablespoons of just the Swerve portion alone is 30 grams of carbs. As per the single serving recipe, the carbs amount to 60.2 grams. (Since it was rich, I ate only half.) I might try to add stevia if I make it again. My goal is to only eat 20 grams of carbs a day, so I can’t make the recipe as is.

    • Paola says:

      Hi Kim! It’s absolutely keto! Regarding Swerve, remember that it’s not a carb but a sugar alcohol. And as it goes undigested through most peeps’ tracks, it’s left out of the actual carb count. I’m also not sure how you ended up with 60g, as non of the other ingredients are that high in carbs either (I also stay under 20g net/day). I suggest you read up more on sugar alcohols xo!

  6. Michael Scarborough says:

    Hi, just wanted to confirm the macros…when I import the recipe into Carb Manager app, it says 1 serving is 37g net carbs (48g total, 11g fiber). The fat, protein, and calories (33g/6g/350kcal) seem close enough, but I stay under 20 net carb per day, so…….. 🙂
    Love the site, btw!

    • Paola says:

      Hi Michael! Are you inputing the sweetener? Remember that erythritol and xylitol are sugar alcohols and not regular carbs (which go undigested through most peeps’ tracks). So it’s common practice to leave them out of the carb count, unless you have a fancy section for sugar alcohols (as many store-bought products do). xo and so happy you’re enjoying the site!

  7. Michael Scarborough says:

    Hey Paola, I bet that’s it. The app just lets you tell it the url of the recipe and then it uploads it with all the deets. Most likely it didn’t account for the sugar alcohols. Can’t wait to try it!

    • Paola says:

      Hope you enjoy it Michael! P.s. check out the French silk pie too, same base recipe for the filling but the crust is SO amazing!!

    • Paola says:

      Awesome you loved it Heather! It actually works very well with frozen strawberries too for sort of ‘soft serve’ (just don’t use too much salt!) 😉 xo!

  8. Karen says:

    This was great! My whole family loved it. I didn’t add instant coffee, but I did add the cinnamon and would probably omit it next time, but I will definitely make this again. Quick and easy and delicious.

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