This is a throw it all in the processor kind of recipe. Over time you will probably come to adjust ingredients to your palate adding more banana or honey for a sweeter palate or more cocoa/cacao for a stronger chocolate taste.
I like the texture you get from the dates but if you are looking for a smooth texture (and unless your processor can achieve a very smooth date paste) you could leave them out, and add a little more honey if required.
Raw cacao may be preferable from a nutritional point of view but the recipe works with pure cocoa powder too (I buy organic cocoa powder)
In theory this should be chilled before frozen but I have eaten it straight from the bowl and if it's a last minute pudding when kids come round to tea I can't see they are going to complain about the temperature!
6 ripe bananas (medium size)
3 ripe avocados (medium size)
2 tbsp honey (ideally raw or unpasteurised)
1 level tbsp vanilla extract
4 tbsp raw cacao or cocoa powder
-Blend the dates in the food processor
-Add the bananas and blend again
-Prepare the avocado - cut in half, remove the stone and spoon out the flesh into the processor, avoiding any black bits
-Add in the honey, vanilla extract and cocoa and blend to desired consistency
-Divide into ramikins and cover with cling film (or small plastic pots with kids) and either chill in fridge or freeze for a few hours before serving.
Looks pretty served with strawberry and mint