Mangocado Pudding (Raw Recipe)

"Sounds wonderful. A raw/vegan recipe that would please kids and adults alike."
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Ready In:




  • Blend fruit until smooth in food processor.
  • Garnish with coconut if you like.
  • Refrigerate until ready to serve.

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  1. Literally can't even describe how amazing this is!! Can't believe it's only got 3 ingredients!!! Super creamy and tropical tasting. This recipe is perfect and needs nothing else! I could easily have eaten it all myself!
  2. Don't let the color fool you; this is wonderful! The mango gives it just enough sweetness and the avocado lends a rich, creamy texture. It was a perfect afternoon snack to keep my blood sugar steady until dinner (and keep me away from the brownies my mother-in-law brought over). I added a tiny squeeze of honey since my mango wasn't quite ripe and my avocado was slightly over-ripe. This is a really good way to enjoy less-than-perfect fruit. I will definitely make this again. Thanks for posting! Made for Veg*an Swap, March 2010.
  3. Mmm! This is a nice dessert, but also great as a snack or breakfast. Mine had more avocado flavor because I used half of a gigantor avocado, and about maybe 2/3 cup frozen mango that I thawed out. I pureed the mango first then mixed in the avocado. I topped it with some angel flake coconut and chilled for about 15 minutes before eating, it was perfect. Thanks for a great post, this is an easy winner to make over and over! Made as a recipenap for Veggie Swap 20.
  4. I usually just dice mango and avocado for salad. It never occurred to me to throw them both in a blender. Yummy, light refreshing dessert for summer with no added sugar. Great for kids.
  5. This is really good and very easy to make. I thought I might have to add water to make the food processor work, but it was just fine with only the fruit. Delicious! Thanks! Reviewed for the May Veg*n Recipe Swap.



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