Raw Superfoods Chocolate

 

Raw Superfoods Chocolate

Raw Superfoods Chocolate

Raw Superfoods Chocolate

Who says eating healthy has to be boring or all just veggies??

I truly believe that things in moderation and of course the healthier versions are always better options!!

Raw cacao before highly processed and cooked (ie all our chocolate bars etc that we can buy at check outs or in grocery stores) have no nutritional value what so ever and have a ton of processed white sugar – something that brings no nutritional value to the body and literally takes from the body as well!

It’s incredible too when you can sneak in superfoods  – tasty yet healthy and nutritious like none other!!

There are healthy alternatives – I hope you experiment with the recipe and create what truly tantalizes your taste buds or just enjoy as is!!

Jodi

 

–         ½ cup raw Cacao Butter

–         ¼ cup raw Cacao Powder

–         1 tbsp Spirulina

–         1 tbsp Rice Bran Solubles (optional – Purium)

–         ½ tsp Cinnamon

–         1tsp Vanilla

–         ¼ cup Hemp

–         ¼ cup Agave (or Honey)

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Raw Superfoods Chocolate

Melt the Cacao Butter over a double boiler on low heat.

Once melted stir in remaining ingredients and mix well until all is dissolved and smooth

Pour into chocolate molds or into a glass square baking dish and store in fridge for best results (may soften if out at room temp) and to keep longer.

Raw Superfoods Chocolate gives you the chance to enjoy sweets without the guilt. It’s really a healthy way to savor the goodness of chocolates.

For more healthy guilt-free sweet food alternatives, see our list of original collection of desserts and vegan food recipes.

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  1. Don Orwell @ SuperfoodsToday.com
    Don Orwell @ SuperfoodsToday.com says:

    Hey Jodi,
    You stole my recipe !! .. Just joking 🙂 … I thought that I have invented Superfoods Chocolate 6 months ago, but later I found that other people thought of that idea and posted recipes on the web. My recipe is simple (coconut oil, raw cacao powder and royal jelly or raw honey for sweetness). And later I started to mix in ground nutmeg and cinnamon. I didn’t thought of Spirulina though, so big thanks for opening my eyes.

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