I made healthy chocolate bites today following my usual recipe – I just added in some raspberries to make them raspberry flavour. Tastes really good!
I love my usual chocolate bites but it is nice to try a different flavour for a change. Lidl sells a nice raspberry dark chocolate. I got the idea for raspberry flavour from that.
I mashed up about 10 raspberries and mixed in with all the other ingredients.
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
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…
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.
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! 🙂
I used Christmas moulds to make my healthy chocolate bites into Christmas shapes.
See link to healthy chocolate bites recipe below.
Healthy Chocolate Bites (Version 2)
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!