Decadent Chocolate Pudding


This rich chocolate pudding is made with only four ingredients ~ cocoa powder, cashews, water, and honey.  A quick blitz in the blender and voila! Pudding in minutes….  Free of refined sugars and dairy, this no cook, raw pudding will not disappoint.  When I was testing out this recipe, trying to reach the right flavor and consistency, my kids were wondering what they did to deserve chocolate pudding every night.  Haha, little did they know they were eating a bowl packed with nutrition :P

For a grown up version that enhances the rich chocolatey flavor, use coffee instead of water.  A few spoonfuls of this luscious dessert is all you need!

Decadent Chocolate Pudding

  • 2 cups raw cashews, soaked overnight
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 3/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 1/2 cup coffee (or water)
  1. Combine all ingredients in a high powered blender or Vitamix.
  2. Blend until creamy and smooth.
  3. Pour into serving dishes.  Refrigerate.
  4. Serve cold with berries.

* for a thick (jello) pudding texture use the 1/2 cup water, but for a softer pudding texture use up to 3/4 cup water.

Not into chocolate?  Try my Dairy Free Vanilla Pudding!

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9 Responses to Decadent Chocolate Pudding

  1. leah says:

    Don’t be intimidated by the cashews, people. It’s easy to make and so, so good. I was surprised by how quickly I filled up on it but then I remembered I was eating all of those nuts. I really want to make it into pudding pops :)

    Also, I’m not gonna lie… It tastes really good on toast in the morning!

  2. Susan M says:

    AMAZING!! Used water instead of coffee since the kids will be enjoying this, too. Next, time I will use the coffee for an adult treat!! It took all my strength to get it in a bowl and in the fridge and not eat it all right away :-) Thanks!

  3. Mallika says:

    Hi Michelle
    Thanks for this awesome recipe. So simple and absolutely delicious!! I added 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract as I love that with chocolate and it tastes great!!
    I love your blog. Thanks for sharing these recipes.
    Mallika

  4. c says:

    Allergic to cashews, would raw almonds work?

  5. Amber says:

    I can’t use honey what can I use instead

  6. Beth Spencer says:

    How many servings does one recipe make?

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