Sugar-Free Homemade Chocolates

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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 Sugar Free 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!


  • 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)


  • 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. Learn more about the health benefits of good chocolate here. You can find more awesome recipes here.

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    2 Replies to “Sugar-Free 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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