Sugar Free Dark Chocolates
Dark chocolate is full of antioxidants, but it also contains a lot of sugar. Although there are commercially made sugar free dark chocolates, they often contain other ingredients you do not necessarily want to be consuming. So, why not make your own using stevia with ingredients you know are clean? I am sharing a recipe with you today including coconut oil, a healthy fat, as well as raw cacao powder which is full of antioxidants and nutrients. It takes only 5 minutes to whip up a batch of this chocolate, and by pouring it into individual molds, it is portioned out perfectly for a serving. If you enjoy nuts as well, you can place an almond (or your favorite nut) into each mold after the chocolate has been poured into it (leaving a little space of course for it if you are going to do this).
Amy currently works in our deli contributing to the variety of healthful foods we offer. She graduated with a degree in studio art from Bethel University in 2007, but in her senior year of college, found that her passion was with the art of food. She later used her photography and culinary skills to create a vegan dessert and food blog, Fragrant Vanilla Cake. She is also a cookbook author, of the books Just Vegan Cakes, Fragrant Vanilla Cake: Sweet and Savory and Rawlicious Desserts. She specializes in raw, vegan and vegetarian recipes. Local,fresh and organic food has always been her focus in whatever she creates.
Whisk together all ingredients until smooth in a liquid glass measuring cup with a spout. Pour into small chocolate molds, and place in the freezer to harden for about 15 minutes. Store chocolate in the fridge.
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- Heart Healthy
- Child Friendly