Key Lime Avocado Pudding

Avocado lime mousse is one of my quick and easy recipe that I love to prepare. I had visitors last weekend and they wanted me to fix a dessert that was easy to make because they were about to leave. So I made my carob mousse recipe and place it in a gluten-free vegan pie crust and voila dessert was ready! It was a huge hit and they all couldn’t believe how simple it was to prepare. If you are pressed for time, this Midel crust is also gluten-free vegan

Well I decided to make a avocado lime mousse instead and it was just as delicious. My son Daevyd has been having allergies for the the past 4 days and he hasn’t been able to spend much time outdoors but today he feels way better so we decided to go by the lake on the property and play with his puppy macho. He wanted to eat his avocado lime mousse outdoor. I use this opportunity to teach Deavyd the foods that are toxic for his dog, he kept asking me what else is bad for his puppy.

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  • 1 avocado
  • 1/2 cup coconut cream
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 banana
  • 1/4 cup lime juice
  • 1 lime zest
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • Carob chips for garnish


Cut avocado lengthwise, separate the two halves. Remove the seed and discard, scoop out the flesh with a spoon and transfer to a food processor or a bowl if using an immersion blender. Add coconut cream, maple syrup, banana and process until smooth. Add lime juice, lime zest, vanilla and sea salt and continue to process until fully combined. Transfer mousse to a bowl and refrigerate until chilled then serve.


Macho trying to get at Daevyd’s mousse but we wouldn’t let him have any because avocados are toxic for dogs. Some other foods that are toxic for dogs are bread dough, chocolate, grapes, raisins, macadamia nuts, moldy foods, onions, garlic, milk or other dairy products, candy, gums, persimmons, peach, plums, salt. Dogs are very curious animals so you have to take care that they don’t eat what they aren’t supposed to. Call ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center 888 426-4435 at once if you believe your dog has eaten something toxic.