Top Recipe: Healthy Chocolate Bites


These healthy chocolate bites are made with dates, oats, nuts, cacao powder and cacao butter. It is an old recipe on my blog. I am told this is one of my best recipes. I make these at least once a week. They make a great snack. Everybody who tastes them says they like them. 🙂

Here is the link to recipe:

Healthy Chocolate Bites


Healthy Chocolate Muffins: First attempt wasn’t very successful


Here is a photo of my first attempt at making healthy chocolate muffins with oats, nuts, cacao, avocado, yogurt, milk and honey. They smell really good and the taste isn’t bad… but I think I made the mixture too wet. Hopefully next time I will be more successful at making them. Then I will share a recipe. Sometimes we don’t get things right straight away…

Chocolate Hummus

A healthy, tasty, high-protein chocolate spread



1 tin chickpeas

about 2 tablespoons cacao powder or cocoa powder (use more for a richer chocolate taste)

1-2 tablespoons honey (use more for a sweeter taste)

a drop of vanilla essence

a few drops of water


Step 1: Rinse and drain chickpeas. Put in nutri bullet (or alternative blender) along with cacao powder, honey, vanilla essence and a little bit of water.


Step 2: Blend until smooth. Add some more water if it is too thick. 


Step 3: Enjoy this hummus on bread or crackers. It should be OK kept in the fridge for a few days. 

Healthy Chocolate Mousse with Spices

An easy, healthy, tasty chocolate dessert



flesh of 1 avocado

2 tablespoons cacao powder

1 tablespoon honey

1 teaspoon ground ginger

half a teaspoon ground cinnamon

a few drops of milk of your choice (I used oat milk)


Step 1: Put avocado, cacao powder, honey, ginger, cinnamon and milk in nutri bullet (or alternative blender). 


Step 2: Blend until smooth. Add more milk if you think it is too thick. 


Step 3: Transfer mousse to a bowl or container. Chill in fridge for at least 1 hour. Then you can eat! 🙂

Healthy Hot Chocolate with Spices

A healthy, tasty hot chocolate drink with spices



1 mug milk of your choice (I used almond milk)

2-3 teaspoons cacao powder

half a teaspoon ground ginger

half a teaspoon ground turmeric

a quarter teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon honey


Step 1: Heat milk in a saucepan over a medium heat. 


Step 2: Add in cacao, ginger, turmeric, cinnamon and honey. Stir well. 


Step 3: Pour into a mug and enjoy! 

Pumpkin Seed Chocolate Bites (Nut Free)

A healthy snack for work, school, travelling, etc.



20-25 dates

a few drops of milk or water

3-4 handfuls porridge oats

3-4 handfuls pumpkin seeds

about a handful of cacao butter

2 tablespoons cacao powder

a drop of vanilla essence


Step 1: Blend dates with a few drops of milk or water in nutri bullet (or alternative blender) to form a paste. Transfer paste to mixing bowl. 


Step 2: Put oats and pumpkin seeds in nutri bullet. Grind to form a fine powder. Transfer to mixing bowl. 


Step 3: Melt cacao butter in a saucepan over a low heat. 


Step 4: Add melted cacao butter to mixing bowl along with cacao powder and vanilla essence. Mix everything together well. Add some milk or water if the mixture is too dry. 


Step 5: Form mixture into little balls and place on plate lined with parchment paper (I made 14 balls from this mixture). Chill in fridge for at least 1 hour. Then you can eat.