Breakfast, Chocolate, Dessert, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

raw chocolate velvet smoothie


Who needs to buy a chocolate milkshake, thickshake or ice-cream drink concoction when this healthy smoothie tastes SO MUCH better and itโ€™s good for you (you’ll be satisfying your chocolate craving while sneaking in some veggie goodness thanks to the baby spinach. Plus, blending the chia seeds makes them more easily absorbed in the body).

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Chocolate, Dessert, Healthy holidays/destinations, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

paleo chocolate mousse tart


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Breakfast, Chocolate, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

not another chocolate smoothie


I thought I’d write a quick post on this hugely popular pic I posted up on Instagram recently. If you’ve been reading my posts long enough (thank you! x), you’ll know it’s no secret that I love raw cacao. I can’t get enough it. Some of the ways I’ve used the raw chocolate goodness is in pancakes and porridge.

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Chocolate, Dessert, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

healthy chocolate ice-cream


This is heaven in a bowl. It’s also a never-fail recipe courtesy of The Farm, San Benito, in the Philippines. I’ve run their recipes before, but I thought to share my absolute fave in time for Easter. Like most of the recipes on this blog, it’s wheat-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free and 100% delicious – just as rich, decadent and creamy as the store-bought kind. Yep, even ice-cream lovers won’t be able to tell it’s not really ice-cream! Bonus: it’s super healthy as it’s rich in healthy fats, vitamins, antioxidants and magnesium ๐Ÿ™‚

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Chocolate, Dessert, Nutrition, Recipes

five yummy ways to use cacao


My friend’s version of my raw cacao treat! Yum yum ๐Ÿ™‚


If thereโ€™s one ingredient I always have in my kitchen, itโ€™s raw cacao. Itโ€™s versatile, delicious and a real superfood.

While it looks like the packaged chocolate powder you buy in the baking aisle of the supermarket, what Iโ€™m referring to here is the raw grounded stuff you get from cocoa beans. Itโ€™s what gives chocolate itโ€™s flavour โ€“ like vanilla bean for vanilla ice-cream or the spices that make curry powder.

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