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Guilt-Free Chocolate Pudding

by Sima Cohen

April 4, 2014 | 9:26 am

My clients always a share with me that no matter how much they follow my guidelines to eating healthy and having a PCF combo with every meal (except for dinner) every once in-a while, they get sweet tooth. Totally fine. I encourage them to go ahead and follow that sweet tooth, instead of trying to pretend that it’s not there or to munch on sugar-free desserts that are loaded with preservatives and fake sweeteners. Hey, we are all humans, I get it!

So… I went ahead and created this delicious Guilt-free-sugar-free-dairy free Chocolate pudding that takes less than 5 minutes to prepare. My secret ingredient here is … Drum rolls please… Sweet potatoes! Yes. They add nutrients, vitamins, fiber and the right amount of sweetness to this yummy recipe.


Guilt-Free Chocolate Pudding
Serves: 3-5
Prep time: 5 minutes

Ingredients
3 small sweet potatoes, baked until soft (or you can microwave them as well).
1/2 C unsweetened Almond or coconut milk
3 T unsweetened cocoa powder
Pinch of sea salt
1 tsp. good quality vanilla extract
1-2 T Agave nectar
Directions
1. After baking the sweet potatoes, rove the skin and add to a high speed blender or a food processor.
2. Add remaining ingredients and end well until smooth in texture, about 1-2 minutes.
3. Serve in individual bowls and add fresh berries on top or sprinkle unsweetened shredded coconut.


Enjoy!
xo
Sima

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Sima (which translates “Joy” in Hebrew) is poised to become the next big hit in health and wellness in America. An Israeli immigrant, Sima came to the states 20 years ago...

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