When picking avocados, look for ones that are firm with a slight give. Also, look for avocados with the stem still attached. When the stem is missing it's more likely that the avocados have brown spots inside.
When you cut open your avocado, if you notice big brown spots inside, don't use it! If they have brown spots, it will make the pudding taste "off".
Be sure to taste the pudding and adjust the sweetness to your liking.
For the keto sweetener, any Keto Powdered Sweetener will work. Keep in mind, though, that erythritol-based sweeteners may leave a slight cooling-like aftertaste and don't always dissolve as well as other sweeteners. Because of this, I prefer Powdered Monk Fruit Allulose Blend or Powdered Allulose. But again, you whatever you prefer! Also, if you choose pure allulose, it's only 70% as sweet as sugar. So if using this option you'll need to add a few extra tablespoons.
If you only have granulated sweetener: Place the sweetener in a super dry blender and blend until powdered. Then, measure it out for the recipe.
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To make this recipe dairy-free and/or paleo, see the post above.