In a Vita-Mix or high speed blender, puree all the ingredients until completely smooth, stopping to scrape the sides as necessary. Transfer to bowls and chill form a firmer pudding, or eat it straightaway. Try this with raspberries and fresh mint, or chopped nuts. Serves 4.
This recipe is so simple and easy—it takes only a few minutes (not including the coconut whacking). You can substitute carob for the cocoa, as regular cocoa powder is usually ground from roasted cacao beans and therefore not really raw. If you are using a Vita-Mix blender, you can add a bit of raw cacao beans to the blender in place of some of the cocoa powder, for a bit more intense flavor. You won’t believe that there is no cream or milk in this pudding. Very creamy and smooth. People are always shocked that there is no dairy in it.
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