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Peanut Butter Chocomole

Peanut Butter Chocomole

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I’m really enjoying this series of cooking through my stash – and I’m also enjoying incorporating my eBooks into it as well. This week I’m making Chocomole for you guys – and it’s a recipe directly from my friend Katie over at Kitchen Stewardship. Katie’s recipes are always delicious. I’ve already told you I love her granola bars and her White Bean Pasta…now you can add Chocomole to the list, from the cookbook Healthy Snacks To Go 2nd Edition.

What is Chocomole? It’s pudding made from AVOCADOS! I’m sure you’ve seen it all over Pinterest. I’ve tried a few recipes, but this is HANDS DOWN the best one EVAH! See, all those caps mean that I really mean it. I don’t lie.

Peanut Butter Chocomole

Katie is already a whole-foods-recipe-creationist (I learned most of what I know about whole foods from her), so I didn’t really have to tweak this recipe…but I did make it Trim Healthy Mama friendly. And I did add PEANUT BUTTER. Holy cow. Anything with chocolate should include peanut butter. It was the

I really love Healthy Snacks To Go. It’s great to have on hand for those times when I need snacks for trips and other things out of the house. I love that I can fix goodies for Annie from this book and have no reservations about feeding them to her. And she has no reservations about eating them either. Especially those granola bars.

Peanut Butter Chocomole

The addition of peanut butter really put this recipe over the top. And I did use stevia instead of honey. In the recipe box, I’ll put Katie’s original recipe and my tweaks. :-) Yummy. I didn’t share with Annie either. I waited until she was in bed to eat it. But that silly Barry was hanging around and wanted a bowl…with some Chocomole in it. What’s THAT about?

This will be a staple around this house for SURE.

If you would like to buy Healthy Snacks to Go, Stacy Makes Cents readers can get $3 off! Use code SNACKSCENTS When checking out.

NOTE: I am an affiliate with Healthy Snacks to Go…because I love Katie, I love her books, and I love her website. So take THAT, FTC.

**I was given permission by Katie to post this recipe.**

Peanut Butter Chocomole


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About Stacy

Stacy is the author of Crock On: A Semi-Whole Foods Slow Cooker Cookbook and Keep Crockin': A Poorganic Slow Cooker Cookbook, and a stay-at-home and homeschooling mom to her three children, Annie (June 2009), Andy (August 2012) and Eli (September 2014). After an “awakening” in March 2011, her family switched to a more natural, whole foods diet. She likes to blog about how to live on less than you make and how to eat good food while doing it. Her passion is teaching others how to save money and she tag teams with her husband in this endeavor. At Stacy Makes Cents you’ll find information on how to save money in the kitchen, how to have fun with your kids, and how to be thrifty in all areas of life. Her passion is teaching others how to live debt free. Make sure to follow her on Facebook, Youtube, Pinterest and more to keep up with her daily antics.


  1. Nikki @ Christian Mommy Blogger says:

    I can’t wait for this! I love knowing I can have a one stop shop for all things thm! And this chocomole looks so good!

  2. Great idea for sharing the THM lifestyle! I’ll have to start working on writing up some of our favorite THM recipes.

  3. Looks like a delicious pudding and looking forward to the link up!

  4. shannon says:

    I love all of Katie’s recipes I’ve tried. I have her Healthy Snacks to Go, her Sweets e-book and Everything Beans e-book. I haven’t tried this recipe yet. My favorite part of her cookbooks is all the variations she provides.

    • Yes, her books are awesome – but she didn’t have the PB. :-) Even she was floored by not trying it…man alive. You could eat dirt with pb. Not that this tastes like dirt. LOL

  5. So I would LOVE to do this, but we still use sucanat instead of stevia due to adverse reactions in myself. Is it ok to post what I make if I note that a plan-approved sweetener would work? I am really loving THM and am losing weight even though we use sucanat. Reading the book was like the light-bulb moment taking my WAPF diet to the healthiest level! :)

    Now to go add more avocados to the grocery list…

    • Yes, that is fine as long as in the recipe you say “3/4 cup sucanat OR _____ stevia.” How does that sound? :-)

  6. Love Katie, love THM, love avocados, love chocolate! Haven’t thought of combining all three. But then I’m not a pudding person so this is probably why. I’m stuck on Katie’s chocolate chip cookies which are not THM friendly but still yummola. Thanks for sharing. I’ll have to bookmark.

  7. This looks awesome! I found you through The Prairie Homestead. I co-host the From the Farm Blog Hop. The party just started yesterday, so we would love for you to come share with us!
    Fresh Eggs Daily

  8. Wishing you a peaceful Memorial Day Weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

  9. Elizabeth Kegans says:

    I am not a fan of the taste of avocados. Do you taste the avocado in the regular recipe and/or your tweaked recipe? Esp. with your PB addition. I just got the THM book, but I have not started it yet.

  10. Oh my GOODNESS this is delicious!!! I am astounded at how yummy it is. You don’t taste the avocado at all, it was just chocolatey creamy goodness. I didn’t use peanut butter, since I have none, but used almond butter instead. Also, I was unsure how much stevia would equal 1/4 c of honey and I have heard people complain about stevia’s bitterness. I used about 2 T of honey instead of stevia, and this turned out just perfect for me. Would you please give us an idea of how many drops of stevia you used, or how many spoonfuls?

    • Pamela, I wish I could but it varies from brand to brand. Some might say 5 drops…while in some brands I’ve tried that’s WAY TOO LITTLE. I actually use Kal powder stevia and just give a couple dashes. :-)

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