Creamy Chocolate Pudding {Dairy-Free}

Chocolate pudding in a clear glass with sliced strawberries on top with mixed fruit in the foreground

Looking for a simple, creamy, dairy-free, and homemade chocolate pudding recipe? Look no further, we've got your go to easy chocolate pudding right here!

How to make homemade chocolate pudding:

Did you know you can whip the liquid from chickpeas? It’s true. When whipped, chickpea liquid can be used similarly to whipped cream! So the next time you make hummus, roasted chickpeas, or just add chickpeas to a salad, save the liquid (aka, aquafaba) and make this simple, yet creamy, homemade pudding. 

The Wildly Organic Products will you need:

  • Cacao Butter — Adding a piece of cacao butter will increase the richness of any dessert, baked goods, ice cream, or chocolate creation. We absolutely love it in this pudding.
  • Chocolate syrup — Minimally processed, wholesome, and delicious. This syrup will drum up some childhood memories!
  • Coconut Sugar  — A light brown all-natural sweetener that tastes similar to brown sugar, but we certainly like this one better.
  • Himalayan Pink Salt  — We love this essential mineral! It is pure, hand-mined and directly from the Himalayan Mountains. Wildly Organic doesn’t skimp on quality!

Serve this homemade chocolate pudding cold with some fresh or frozen berries of your choice. You’ll feel good giving this minimally processed and delicious pudding to your whole family.

More chocolatey good recipes:

Simple Chocolate Pudding
Looking for a simple, creamy, and dairy-free chocolate pudding? Look no further, we've got your go to pudding recipe right here! You'll feel good giving this minimally processed and delicious pudding to your whole family.
    Servings2 people
    Prep Time20 minutes
    Passive Time3 hours
    1. In a medium-sized bowl, using a hand mixer beat/whisk chickpea liquid until stiff peaks form.⁣ When you think you're done keep going. This will take about 15 minutes.
    2. Melt the cacao butter & slowly stir in the chocolate syrup.
    3. Gently fold in the melted and slightly cooled chocolate mixture, sugar, and vanilla, being careful not to overmix.⁣ If you want it a little sweeter, add another tablespoon of sugar or a teaspoon of coconut syrup.
    4. Distribute "mousse" mixture evenly into 2 glasses and chill for at least 3 hours, ideally overnight.⁣
    5. Garnish with fresh berries of choice and enjoy.

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