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Nutella Pudding, with a secret ingredient

pud·ding
[pood-ing]
noun

1.

a thick, soft dessert, typically containing flour or some otherthickener, milk, eggs, a flavoring, and sweetener: tapiocapudding.
2.

a similar dish unsweetened and served with or as a maindish: corn pudding.
3.

British the dessert course of a meal.


This dessert is all the good stuff from the definition above.  Except it has no flour or eggs, and no added sugar other than Nutella.

Trust me, it’s good!


In all honesty, this was sort of a failed recipe.  I was attempting to make cookie dough dip, but the texture just wasn’t right.  It sure did taste yummy though, so i dubbed it a pudding and decided to post it right away.  And as promised, Here you go:

Nutella Pudding
(makes one relatively big serving)

3/4 cup chickpeas
1/8 tsp salt
1/8 tsp baking soda
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tablespoons Nutella
Start with 1 tablespoon milk and then add more as needed
About 1/3 of a banana
2 or 3 tablespoons oats

Here’s what you do:

Put all the ingredients into a food processor and blend until you get it as smooth as you want.  Then just pour it out into your desired dish.  Above the pudding is pictured with whipped cream and chocolate chips, but you can add whatever you want.  However, i really recommend the whipped cream because it tasted really good mixed with the banana and chocolate.

And in case you’re wondering this recipe is very loosely inspired by this one

Here’s another idea that i’m currently trying out:  Stick your pudding into the freezer and turn it into an ice cream-ish dessert.  I haven’t tried it yet, but it sounds promising, huh? 🙂



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