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Thursday, 26 March 2015
With Easter just around the corner and all those Easter egg hunts to plan, here’s an easy way to indulge without having to endure the guilt afterwards. Create your own chocolatey treats in a way that’s natural and healthy.
Raw Cacao powder contains more antioxidants than both red wine and green tea, and it’s perfect for homemade Easter goodies. Now there’s a good reason for using Raw Organic Cacao powder! It’s no good using commercial cocoa powders because roasting the cacao beans can destroy much of the antioxidant-containing flavonoids which reduces its nutritional value.The following recipes use unrefined ingredients that are naturally brimming with nutrients and antioxidants. Good Health’s Cacao Powder is a raw organic superfood with a beautiful rich earthy chocolate flavour, which adds depth to baking and raw treats. Check out our range of superfoods here.
Ingredients:80g raw cacao butter4 tablespoons Good Health Cacao Powder2 tablespoons Good Health Manuka Honey, rice malt syrup or any other sweetener such as Agave syrup2 tablespoons of nuts, seeds or berries (goji) can be added if desiredDirections1. Find some chocolate rabbit molds or anything else with an Easter theme.2. Place cacao butter, cacao powder and rice malt syrup into a bowl over a pot of simmering water and stir until melted.3. Pour the melted mixture into the molds and drop the nuts, seeds or goji berries into the chocolate. 4. Put into the fridge or freezer until set.
Ingredients100g raw cacao butter2tbsp Good Health Coconut Oil4tbsp Good Health Cacao Powder2tbsp lucuma powder2tsp Good Health Maca Powder2tbsp Good Health Manuka Honey, agave syrup or rice malt syrup1tsp vital greens powder (optional)Directions1. Melt the cacao butter and coconut butter together in a pan or over a bowl of simmering water and stir until all ingredients have dissolved.2. Whisk the remaining ingredients into the chocolate mixture until smooth.3. Pour into a cake or slice tin and place in the fridge to set.
Ingredients1 ripe banana1 ripe avocado4 teaspoons of Good Health Coconut Oil2 or 3 teaspoons of Good Health Manuka Honey, agave syrup, rice malt syrup4 tablespoons Good Health Cacao Powder1 tablespoon unsweetened almond milkA sprinkling of goji berries, cacao nibs, coconut or any other superfood you want to garnish it withDirections1. In a food processor blend together the banana, avocado, coconut oil, honey or other sweetener.2. Once the mixture is smooth and creamy, add the raw cacao powder and honey until fully mixed.3. Spoon into bowl or glasses and sprinkle your choice superfoods on top.4. Place into the fridge for 2-3 hours before serving.
Ingredients4 cups raw nuts (such as pecans, cashews or almonds - soaked & dehydrated)¾ cups dates, pitted & packed¾ cups Good Health Cacao Powder1 teaspoon superfood greens powder1 teaspoon Good Health Maca Powder½ teaspoon sea salt¼ teaspoon cinnamon⅛ teaspoon chilli or cayenne1 teaspoon vanilla¼ cup goji berries, golden berries or mulberries or ½ cup raw crushed nutsDirections1. In a food processor blend the nuts until slightly chunky.2. Add the dates while the food processor is running and rock the base of the food processor to combine evenly.3. Add the remaining ingredients, (except the berries and nuts) and process again until well combined.4. Grease a baking dish with coconut oil and add the brownie mixture.5. Fold in the reserved berries and nuts.6. Press down with the back of a spoon and spread the mixture evenly.7. Refrigerate until set, then cut the brownies into squares and serve warm with coconut ice cream.
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