DIY Healthy Chocolate Pudding Pops

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These DIY Chocolate Pudding Pops are healthy and easy. They are perfect for school lunches.   This chocolate pudding has no added sugar and is no cook.   All you need it 6 healthy ingredients.  

On this blog I have shared with you, DIY “Go gurt” and DIY “Go gurt” with hidden veggies.   In both of these posts, I used zipzicles.   I used zipzicles for this healthy pudding as well.

I also tried out some different containers that I found on Amazon.  Disposable food pouches and a reusable food pouch.  There are many different options for containers if you look on Amazon

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I used my food processor for this pudding.  I added some cashew butter to thicken it up a little bit.  If you want your chocolate banana pudding to be nut-free, you could also add an avocado.

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Healthy No Bake Banana Chocolate Pudding 

3 semi-ripe bananas

1/3 cup of unsweetened cocoa

1 teaspoon of no alcohol vanilla 

1 tablespoon of Cashew Butter – or another nut butter

2 tablespoons of Almond Milk – or another milk of your choice

1 teaspoon of coconut butter- or add more nut butter

Method: Put all the ingredients in your food processor or mixer.   Mix together until smooth.  Place your pudding into your desired container and cool in the fridge for 1 hour before eating.

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Needless to say, my kids loved this pudding.  There is no added sugar in this recipe and it actually tasted delicious.  I might add more chocolate next time, I love my pudding as chocolatey as possible.

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20 Comments

  1. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    What a clever idea. My kids would absolutely LOVE these. I am going to make them some this weekend.

     
  2. That looks yummy! My kids love pudding. I have to try this recipe! We love simple ingredients

     
  3. Oh yummy, I love anything with chocolate in it. I love pudding as well so I know I’d love this. It’s a great idea to add some bananas in there, I will have to try this sometime for the kido’s.

     
  4. Im sure my kids would love this, looks like it is easy to do. This is brilliant.

     
  5. This sounds and looks yummy. Would love to try it.

     
  6. These sound great to keep in the freezer for when I’m craving something sweet 🙂

     
  7. Ooooohhhh I am DEFINITELY going to make these ASAP!!!

     
  8. Heidi Fink

    I’m going to try these with a summer school class I’m teaching. How many of the little pudding pops did this make in the zipzicle package?

    btw – not sure if this is going to show up all caps, but it’s typing up in all caps as I type, even with pushing caps lock on and off.

     
  9. These look great! Wondering if you think they would freeze well in popsicle molds to be “fudgecicles”? Thanks!!

     
  10. When substituting avocado to make it nut-free, should I use an entire avocado to replace the nut butter AND coconut butter?

     
    • I am really not sure. Maybe you should look up an avocado pudding recipe. I think mywholefoodlife.com has a good one.

       
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  13. where did you get the bags?

     
  14. Sonya Mezzina

    What a fantastic recipe! I made this today with some bananas that were hanging around and it was delicious! Thank you for sharing! ❤

     
  15. How long does it last for in the frdige and if frozen?

     

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