Peanut Butter-Chocolate Fudge

Here’s another one of my healthy fudge recipes. Dates provide all of the sweetness you need and the peanut butter softens the date flavor. You can also use almond butter, if you prefer. It’s a sweet treat that you won’t mind giving to your kids. Ingredients: 2 cups soft dates (medjool, deglet, etc.)—rough chopped ½…

Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding

I first started making chia pudding when I began my job at Mother Earth’s. I learned about the health benefits and properties of chia seeds and how they work in recipes. They remind me of tapioca, but can be eaten raw. The recipe I used (which wasn’t one of my own) was ok but not…

Silky Chocolate Pudding

Chocolate pudding is a childhood favorite. It’s the first thing I remember learning how to cook. We didn’t make it from scratch, but I remember standing by the stove, stirring the pot, waiting for the pudding to thicken. In this recipe I use coconut milk instead of cow’s milk. Its richness provides a perfect base…

Black Velvet Fudge Bites

This recipe is a variation of an Indian dessert called besan halva. Cocoa is not a traditional ingredient, but with so many chocolate lovers out there, it seemed like a good choice. I also use coconut oil instead of butter or ghee. They are quite fudgy, reminiscent of brownies. Ingredients ½ cup coconut oil ⅔…

Mocha Pudding

This is a variation of my vegan chocolate pudding recipe. Coconut milk is so rich and creamy that it makes a great base for vegan pudding. Though I dilute it with water, it is still quite rich and delectable. For the mocha flavor I use coffee in place of the water. It’s quite delicious! Ingredients ¼ cup…