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Super-Easy Homemade Chocolates

Content by: Angeline Norton

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Chloe: I LOVE chocolate! I have one piece everyday of the good kind (80% cocoa and above). Learn how to make your own, it’s so easy. Our wonderful ambassador Angeline Norton shares with us her recipe for this super-easy toasted almond and buckwheat chocolates.

Angeline:  I had already soaked and rinsed the almonds and buckwheat overnight and roasted them in the oven so I had that done beforehand and stored in a jar. I made these while I was cooking dinner and they were so easy to make and so much better for you than any shop bought chocolate!

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup of raw cacao butter
  • 1/3 cup of cacao powder
  • 1/2 cup of coconut oil
  • 2 tsps of granulated stevia
  • 1/2 cup of activated and toasted almonds and buckwheat groats and a pinch of Himalayan sea salt (you could substitute with other ingredients… berries)

Method

  • Melt the oils with the stevia until dissolved and add cacao powder, salt and toasted almonds and buckwheat.
  • Spoon into silicon moulds and pop in the freezer until solid.
  • Pop them out and store in the fridge if they last that long!

Angela: So there you have it! Enjoy chocolate without the bad stuff. You can find more awesome recipes here.

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    2 Replies to “Super-Easy Homemade Chocolates”
    Lyndsey Hamilton says:

    Hi. I was wondering where you bought the raw cacao butter? Thanks.

    Guy Lawrence says:

    Hey Lyndsey… I buy it from About Life in Sydney. But most good independent whole-food stores should stock it 😉 Guy

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