9/10 mornings I am craving hearty breakfast, which made going paleo and introducing a whole lot of eggs and veggies into my morning routine easy and actually super yummy.
Check out my breakfast options and definitely try the spicy breakfast stew or my beloved avocado egg toast at least once – you do not know what you have been missing whilst chomping on muesli, croissants or jam on toast for years.
But sometimes a sweet craving hits me and I crave something, which is everyone’s favorite, but I have never been obsessed with it like the rest of you lot: NUTELLA.
Generally a chocolatey spread starting with the word “NUT” can not be wrong, but what always has been throwing me off is the sticky sweetness – fine for one bite, but then kind of sickening to me, I am so sorry.
But still the cacao part triggers me and for years I opted for the bittersweet version of chocolate spread – nevertheless my paleo ways contradict with the still high sugar content and that’s why I started experimenting with one of my most favourite ingredients of all time, which is avocado.
Last summer already I started having avocado pudding on a regular and I once “forgot” about it in the fridge and ended up with having a spreadable, chocolate-y goodness, I want to now share with you to add to those flax buns, when the sweet cravings hit you in the morning.
Without a ton of sugar of course.
〰 PALEO 〰 SUGAR-FREE 〰 LOW-CARB 〰 DAIRY-FREE 〰 RAW 〰 OMG 〰
Avocados are very nutritious and contain a wide variety of nutrients, including 20 different vitamins and minerals – and perfect for a low-carb diet as unlike other fruits, the avocado does not mainly consists of carbohydrates, but healthy fats.
- 1/2 half, ripe avocado
- 30ml unsweetened almond milk
- 1 tsp unsweentened cacao powder
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 small splash of liquid stevia
- Simply blend all the ingredients up in your mixer/ blender/ food processor until the batter reaches a smooth consistency.
- Let the chocolate spread sit in the fridge for about 30 minutes to set and then enjoy it, e.g. one some flax meal buns. I recommend to make only a small serving of 2 to keep fresh in the fridge for 2 days. If you need more just make a new batch, it’s done within minutes anyway.