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Andy Deas’ Coconut/Apple Pudding

June 2, 2010

If you’re not listening to Robb Wolf’s Paleolithic Solution Podcast, I have a huge problem with you.  I’m serious.

In the most recent episode, Robb’s tag-team-partner Andy outlines a recipe for a truly delicious Paleo Dessert, as follows…

Coconut/Apple Pudding:

  • 1 Can Coconut Milk
  • 2-4 tbsp Coconut Oil (added as a thickener)
  • 3 Apples – Skinned + Chopped (preferably organic – whatever kind you like)
  • Cinnamon to taste, I suggest using quite a bit

Place all ingredients in a pot and cook until apples are softened.  Pour straight into blender/food processor and blend until smooth.  Refrigerate until solid-ish, probably about a day, then ENJOY!

I will tinker with other fruit/berries and report back – I could see this working well with blueberries specifically.  Another way to do this is to use frozen bananas and blend those.

EDIT (5.4.10): You can go straight to the source here.

EDIT (8.12.10): Looks like Andy and some listeners are adding Coconut Oil as a thickener.  Seems like a great idea.  I will try it out tonight and see how it goes, will expand this edit ASAP to update on how it works.  Also – listen to the new podcast if you havent caught it yet, he discusses the changes at the very end!  Plus there’s now a Robb Wolf drinking game!

Training:

Deadlift

  1. Z-Health Neural Warmup
  2. Diesel Crew Shoulder Rehab – Circuit #3
  3. Deadlift 5/3/1
    • 295 x 3
    • 335 x 3
    • 380 x 3
  4. Deadlift 5 x 10 @ 150#

I was spent after this and left immediately post 5×10.

Press/Chins

  1. Z-Health Neural Warmup
  2. Press – worked with singles, due to some pretty funky DOMS in my triceps
    • 95 x 1
    • 125 x 1
    • 145 x 1
    • 165 x fail
    • 155 x 2
  3. Press – 5 x 10 @ 70#
  4. Chinups
    • BW x 5, 3
    • BW + 50# x 2 x 3
    • BW + 50# x 4
    • BW x 10

The DOMS from my rep-upper last week was still there, and while I likely should have rested, I think the reduced workload was okay.  Didn’t get worse the next day, so I’m hoping for a speedy recovery.

Party on dudes

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  1. June 4, 2010 9:24 am

    I made the “pudding” two nights ago, but with fewer apples (2 apples & 2 caps of coconut milk). I let it cool overnight in the fridge.

    It is Amazing!

    Frozen bananas is a good idea. I’ll give that a go next week.

  2. June 4, 2010 11:39 am

    Justin –

    I totally agree… I really hesitated to add that 3rd apple as a registered carbophobe, but it ended up pretty well and absolutely delicious.

    Question – was it more pudding-like for you or apple-sauce? Mine turned a bit apple-saucy, and I think I’ll go with 2 next time and check the consistency.

    I’ll edit the post after I try it.

    T

  3. June 5, 2010 2:15 pm

    I only used two smallish-medium apples total with two cans of coconut milk, so mine was definitely more on the pudding side.

  4. March 6, 2011 3:17 pm

    I made this today… using 5 small granny smith apples.

    Next time, I am going to make it with sweet potatoes or pumpkin. It will be better than any pumpkin pie grandma ever made!

    • May 18, 2011 9:56 am

      Please report back when you do try it with pumpkin… I’ve thought to do this but haven’t yet!

  5. debi permalink
    February 10, 2012 12:18 am

    amazing… simply amazing!

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