It doesn’t get any better than this! Avocados are the perfect substitute for this creamy deliciousness and can be interchanged with silken tofu for added nutrients and a creamy texture.

You will need:                                                                                                                                                   1 1/2 cup cocoa powder, raw or toasted unsweetened
4 very ripe avocados
1/2 cup date paste (soak dates in water for 45min & blend to create paste)
1/4 cup liquid sweetener, or more date paste
1 tsp vanilla extract
1/4 tsp sea salt
1/4 cup non-dairy milk
fresh berries (for garnish)

How:                                                                                                                                                                     First, gather and prepare ingredients.
In a food processor, add all the ingredients and blend until smooth. Be sure to scrape the sides to ensure it’s all blended thoroughly.
Spoon into glasses and serve with fresh berries.

Yes… it’s that simple and ridiculously yummy! So good that it will not only trick, but knock the socks off someone with a sweet tooth! Squeal!

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    HI Sian,Welcome to my blog and many thanks for laneivg a comment and engaging with the other commentators. Unfortunately, the article put across the impression that you and other people are eating out/getting takeaways once or twice a week by laneivg out your options for the other days. Yes, I interpreted cooking from raw food as just that and our convenience’ meal once a fortnight or thereabouts consists of frozen chips/pizza etc.As I work from home, I do have the advantage of being able to prepare a casserole during my lunch hour’ and I fully appreciate that for those people who are out of the home from early in the morning till late at night it is certainly not so easy to prepare meals although I do have a friend who uses a slow cooker to great success, cooking things such as a roast chicken surrounded by veg and it is ready when she walks in the door in the evenings.I totally agree with your point about using leftovers to create another meal. When I worked away from the home, I often cooked big enough casseroles etc to last a second day.It just seems that more and more recipes are suggesting shop bought foodstuffs, even that recipe for quiche in the Farmers Journal included shop bought pastry when it really doesn’t take long to mix together some marg and flour.I’ve put the paper into recycling now so don’t have it to hand but it does sound as if it left out some of your important information. It also seemed to vary from the Celtic Tiger days of eating out weekly to trying to skimp on foodstuffs but trying to do it all at once if you understand what I mean. I guess the word length just wasn’t there to cover all the angles and I apologise if we mis interpreted your intentions.From comments others have made, it does seem that some people really do need the abc of preparing vegetables and cooking simple meals.I wouldn’t describe myself as an able or good cook by any stretch of the imagination so I guess I feel that if I can do cobble a meal together, most people would be able to.Your article certainly got people talking though Many congrats on your medals and I wish you well with your business. Many thanks too for your comments.Kind regards, Lorna


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