Keeping your blood sugar stable is a big issue if you want to sustain your energy without exhaustion and food cravings.
That’s where a good nutrient-dense snack can rescue you to keep going until your next main meal.
Avocados have beneficial monounsaturated fat to keep you full for a while. The fat slows down the release of the sugar into the bloodstream.
If you have difficulty with breaking down fat, then I would suggest an enzyme with lipase as well. Lipase is an enzyme that helps to break down fat into its smallest particles so you can digest and absorb it.
Here is a simple recipe I have been making on and off for many years.
Avocado pudding recipes come in all forms and various ingredients. You can add so much to this recipe.
This one is pretty simple and easy to make without a lot of fuss and tastes very good. It uses raw honey for a sweetener which is full of enzymes and good bacteria strains. Honey also helps to balance your blood sugar.
2 avocados peeled and cut
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
1/4 cup raw honey
2 tbl. plain Greek yogurt
1/2 cup vanilla almond milk
2 tsp. vanilla extract
Pinch of sea salt
Blend in high speed blender until smooth. Top with cranberries or coconut if desired.
Like this recipe? Pin it for later!