Kid Recipe Favorite: Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip

A tasty way to get your kids to eat more fruit. All you need is 6 ingredients and a food processor or blender...then voila! You have a delicious, healthy dessert or snack!

Kid Recipe Favorite: Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip | Real Food RN

Chocolate avocado fruit dip might just be one of my favorite kid foods to whip up! My kids are dippers and I can usually get them to eat any fruit or vegetable if they can dip it into something yummy. Most fruit dips at the store include a hefty dose of high-fructose corn syrup! We do not need to be eating that, it has been linked to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (among a long list of other illnesses)!

When I came across a pudding recipe that included fruit right in the recipe, I decided that this would make a great dip. Oh boy was I right. My kids LOVE Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip! Plus, this recipe is full of antioxidants (cocoa), healthy fats (avocado and coconut oil), minerals (sea salt), and it’s even anti-bacterial (honey)! Dip on kids, dip on…

Kid Recipe Favorite: Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip | Real Food RN

Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip

A tasty way to get your kids to eat more fruit. All you need is 6 ingredients and a food processor or blender...then voila! You have a delicious, healthy dessert or snack!

Ingredients

Instructions

    1. Throw all ingredients into a food processor and process until smooth and creamy, like a chocolate pudding.
    2. Serve Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip with fruit.

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26 Replies to “Kid Recipe Favorite: Chocolate Avocado Fruit Dip”

  1. i’ve noticed flavor of avocados differs depending on ripeness, what degree of ripeness do you think would be best for this since i usually only use avos for guac and savory dishes. also i’m in florida have you ever used the florida large green avos this way they generally aren’t as creamy?

    1. I use them at the ripeness I would make my guac. I do not like it when they have brown spots. They have to be at peak ripeness for a creamy, almost buttery pudding/dip

  2. I have tried several avocado recipes for chocolate dip and this was by far the best. Thank you so much for your delicious recipe. I put mine in crepes strawberries and bananas and it was heavenly

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