Free Starter Guide

Vegan Chili Dark Chocolate Pudding

Chili Dark Chocolate Pudding
Recipe At-A-Glance

Share this post:

Chili Dark Chocolate Pudding

Cassie is the founder and CEO of Wholefully. She's a home cook and wellness junkie with a love of all things healthy living. She lives on a small hobby farm in Southern Indiana with her husband, daughter, two dogs, two cats, and 15 chickens.

Leave a Reply

24 Responses
  1. Carrie

    Another great recipe post! Quick question – my gorcery store never has Silk Cashew, but we buy Silk Almond all the time. Do you think the Almond version would work? If so we buy both unsweetended and vanilla, which would you use?

    Thanks!

    1. Cassie

      Almond might work, although, admittedly, it isn’t as creamy as the cashewmilk. Either the unsweetened or vanilla would work. 🙂

  2. I love Silk Almond milk, but never tried their cashew milk! I need to look and see if my store carries it. Sounds yummy though! This recipe sounds delicious, and I agree, we don’t really need a heaping dessert when there really isn’t space in your stomach for it after dinner.

  3. Gosh you’re creative! Reminds me of all the Lindt chocolate bar flavours that I look at quizzically but end up enjoying. This pudding looks so rich and chocolatey and your photos are just gorgeous with the bright chilli peppers !

  4. Sarah M.

    I love your approach to monetizing your blog (and your monthly reports). On other blogs I generally skip over sponsored posts but not on yours. I love that I can trust that you only post about products you really believe in and would use for you and your family. Thanks! P.S. This looks delicious!

  5. Stephanie Phelps

    I use the almond milk and it is delicious but never knew that they had cashew and you know I never thought to make such a delicious dessert like this. I will be making this recipe! Thank you for sharing!

  6. Lisa

    I just made this today. Simple and fast, this is rich and decadent, and the cayenne is perfect! I may up it a little next time 🙂 Would be great as dessert when entertaining (though why wait?).

  7. Lisa

    I will have to try this with almond milk and no cayenne for the kids. We always have almond milk on hand for our oldest. Have never tried cashew milk and may/may not have an allergy to cashews.

Starter Guide

The free Living Wholefully Starter Guide is packed full of tips, tricks, recipes, and a 14-day meal plan to get you started on the road to vibrant health.

Meet Cassie
Meet Your Host

Hello. I’m Cassie, and I’m excited you are here!

I'm a home cook and wellness junkie with a love of all things healthy living. Come along as I explore good food, holistic wellness, natural homekeeping, gardening, and all the other things that bring me joy!

Learn More →