As a kid, you might know pudding as the creamy little treat in snack cups. As an adult, you know that pudding can be quite the fancy treat. It can be made with chocolate, vanilla, or any other flavor you can imagine with toppings like fruit, crumbs, brownies, cookies, or whatever you please. Pudding usually requires milk and egg yolks, but just because those are the usual ingredients doesn’t mean they’re necessary. We’ve got you covered with these 15 creamy, dairy-free pudding recipes from the Food Monster App!
1. Chocolate Banana Avocado Pudding
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This Chocolate Banana Avocado Pudding by Fabio Gallo is a fast and easy recipe for a perfect healthy treat. The avocado is tasteless and makes it so creamy! With a few basic ingredients and a little time to spare, you can have a delicious vegan dessert. It is a basic recipe which is very versatile. Add fresh fruit, nut butters, or even more chocolate to make it your own.
2. Avocado Goji Pudding
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The pairing of goji berries with avocado in this Avocado Goji Pudding by Nikki and Zuzana is a game changer as far as having your sweet treat become a remarkable supplement. Both of these foods will help your body maintain healthy clear skin and protect you against cell damage. Goji berries are an excellent source of vitamin A and the almighty avocado is one such SuperFood. The fat in avocado will assist your body in getting out the most powerful antioxidants present in goji berries. This avocado goji pudding is perfect for a breakfast or snack! Who doesn’t love eating food that is not only delicious, but also has tremendous health benefits?
3. Chocolate Coconut Pudding
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4. Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas
You may remember tapioca from your childhood snack puddings? Here’s an upgraded coconut pudding version. This vegan Coconut Tapioca Pudding with Caramelized Bananas by Claire Ragozzino is made with creamy coconut milk, cardamom, caramelized bananas, and cacao nibs for a bit of texture. Tapioca, made from the cassava plant, is loaded with iron, calcium, folate and manganese. Much like chia, it can absorb several times its weight in liquid, making it a hydrating snack option. Grab a spoon and give this vegan tapioca pudding a try!
5. Chocolate Avocado Pudding
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6. Chocolate Pudding Bowls With Coconut Cream and Cherries
This Chocolate Pudding Bowls With Coconut Cream and Cherries recipe by Emily von Euw is everything you want chocolate pudding to be, and that’s all I have to say about that.
7. Strawberry Protein Pudding Breakfast Parfait
8. Mexican-Spiced Chocolate Avocado Pudding
Avocado in a dessert? Seems odd at first, we know. However, it makes sense that such a creamy vegetable would work well in a decadent pudding recipe. This Mexican-Spiced Chocolate Avocado Pudding by Emily Brees is so rich, creamy, and so chocolatey, you’ll forget about the avocado part– quickly. The chile powder, cinnamon, and salt add just the right amount of contrast.
9. Cashew Pudding
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When cashews are blended they turn into a creamy sauce like texture because of the high amount of healthy fat they contain. That is the base for this simple Cashew Pudding by Desiree Rodriguez. Not only is this pudding dairy-free but also contains protein and fiber which will make you feel satisfied after eating it.
10. 4-Ingredient Lemon Pudding
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This vegan 4-Ingredient Lemon Pudding by Jesse Lane Lee is like an oasis for people who take the lemony desserts seriously. It’s creamy, tangy, and refreshing! If you look forward to your morning lemon water, then you will love this recipe! It’s perfect for filling vanilla cupcakes or spreading or sandwiching between two vegan sugar cookies. This vegan lemon pudding is also so simple to make! With only four ingredients and a few minutes, you’ll have a tasty treat that will make your lips pucker and your stomach happy.
11. Chocolate Avocado Pudding With Coconut and Bananas
This no-cook Dark Chocolate Avocado Pudding With Coconut and Bananas by Rebecca Blackwell is so good and so easy it might become your new go-to chocolate pudding recipe.
12. Vegan Brownie and Vanilla Pudding Parfait
Treat yourself! This Vegan Brownie and Vanilla Pudding Parfait by Desiree Rodriguez is such a incredible treat. It blends of the chocolatey brownie with the smooth sweet vanilla pudding to bring a delight to your tongue.
13. Mango Sago Pudding
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Mango Sago Pudding is a tropical dessert prepared with fresh chilled mango cubes served with mini tapioca pearls on creamy sweetened coconut cream sauce. This crowd pleaser recipe by Raymund Macaalay is really easy to make even young kids can prepare this, all you need are mangoes, sugar, cooked sago and coconut cream, with just four ingredients you will have an amazing dessert with very minimal effort.
14. Black Bean Pudding
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This chocolate Black Bean Pudding by Nikki Stokes is packed with nutrient-dense whole foods, but no-one will care. They’ll only care that it’s the best tasting chocolate pudding they’ve ever had! So feel free to start sneaking the goodness of black beans into everyone’s day, wherever you go.
15. 6-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Lava Puddings
Spoon into the crisp outer to reveal a rich, molten middle. Perfect for sharing or, ahem, eating alone. This 6-Ingredient Salted Chocolate Lava Puddings by Katy Beskow is the ultimate treat! Ditch the dairy and discover how this melt-in-the-middle chocolate pudding will become your go-to recipe to impress that special someone.
Enjoying these pudding recipes? You might also like 10 Rich, Dairy-Free Rice Pudding Recipes and 15 Easy Chia Pudding Recipes For Back to School Meal Prep! We also highly recommend downloading our Food Monster App, which is available for iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 15,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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