I cannot even express how delicious this is, whether you make it with cocoa powder or carob powder. It is rich, creamy, and utterly satisfying! You can’t even taste the avocado and the dates add just the right amount of sweetness to offset the sharp taste of cocoa (although if you prefer it less sweet or sweeter, you can remove or add dates to your satisfaction). How thick the final product is depends a lot on how fatty your coconut milk is. If you find yours is too thick, feel free to add more coconut milk to thin it out a little!
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- Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth. If the shake is too thick, add coconut milk until the desired consistency is reached.
- Chill before serving.