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Cacao is simply raw cocoa beans ground into a powder and is ideal for use in raw chocolate recipes.
If you don’t have any, you can just use unsweetened cocoa powder instead.
If you’re not keen on using cacao powder, you can use carob powder instead in many of these recipes.
This black bean chocolate pudding is packed with nutrient-dense wholefoods, but no-one will care.
They'll only care that it's the best tasting chocolate pudding they've ever had!
So feel free to start sneaking the goodness of black beans into everyone's day, wherever you go.
Craving something sweet and chocolatey without all the guilt? My nut-free raw vegan chocolate cookies have got you covered. With just five whole food ingredients, and free of the most common allergens, these cookies will meet your every need.
Take this quick and easy Nut-Free Raw Vegan Chocolate Fudge to your next social function, safe in the knowledge that pretty much anyone can eat it. The only question now is, can you bear to part with a single piece?
What if I told you there was a way to bring the joy – and the healthy eating – back into Easter? Just make yourself some of these raw vegan chocolate Easter eggs, and you can finally join in the festivities, guilt-free.
This would have to be the most freaking awesome raw vegan chocolate fudge recipe in the entire world. It's super quick and easy to make. It's packed to the rafters with whole, unprocessed foods. And it's got chocolate. What's not to love?
With only four wholefood ingredients, this raw vegan chocolate coconut pudding is not only delicious, it's also fantastically easy to make. It's so creamy, sweet and chocolately, that it couldn't possibly be healthy as well. But it is.
With just five ingredients, this dairy-free recipe for homemade raw vegan chocolate is simple, delicious and definitely worth the effort. This smooth, dark piece of heaven has got me through many a wobbly moment, and it also makes the good days even better!
This raw vegan chocolate cheesecake is completely nut-free, super quick to make and packed with the goodness of chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. It's triple chocolate insanity!
I baked a vegan chocolate birthday cake for my daughter recently, and it turned out surprisingly well. I learned a few handy things along the way too.
These vegan chocolate ice pops are creamy, sweet and satisfying. They're also quick and easy to make, completely nut-free, totally kid-friendly and hide a wonderfully nutritious ingredient - beans!
Raw chocolate hemp pudding with only four ingredients - dates, hemp, cacao & vanilla - and the richness and creaminess you'd expect from chocolate mousse. But it's dairy-free and nut-free! So simple, so quick and SO delicious. You will thank me, I promise.
I've wanted to try making my own homemade raw vegan chocolate for ages, and on the weekend I finally took the plunge. So far, so good. Sooooo good. This stuff is incredibly edible, totally addictive and wildly dangerous.
This vegan chocolate coconut ice cream recipe gives you rich, flavoursome, creamy scoops of chocolate goodness. It's also nut-free and kid-friendly, and it goes so well with so many things. In my case, it's usually more chocolate.
What do you get when you cross raw coconut macaroons with chocolate? Raw chocolate coconut macaroons, of course! So simple and so delicious, and being nut-free, gluten-free and dairy-free, they're perfect for social gatherings and school lunches.
I love it when I discover things by accident, especially when they're as delicious as this raw hot chocolate. It's so creamy and warm and tasty and sweet and chocolatey and everything that's wonderful about hot chocolate.
Rich, moist, crumbly raw chocolate cake, smothered in creamy avocado chocolate frosting. Decorated magnificently with homemade coconut rainbow sprinkles. Bring this masterpiece out at a birthday party and knock their socks off!
This raw chocolate bark is crunchy, chocolately and goes perfectly with ice-cream. This chocolate bark contains activated buckwheat and quinoa sprouts, which packs it full of nutrition. It also creates a fantastic crunch and flavour.
This versatile raw chocolate sauce recipe uses a simple blend of agave, cacao and cashew butter, with a hint of vanilla, to create a rich, decadent chocolate sauce. Make it thick and use it as icing, or make it runny and drizzle it over ice cream - the possibilities are exciting.
If ever you needed an excuse to start making your own almond milk, this raw almond pulp chocolate fudge brownie recipe would have to be it. Be warned though - you may find this raw chocolate fudge so addictive, that you find yourself obsessing about it, like I have been.
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Nikki H Stokes, Eating Vibrantly
I studied Biochemistry and Genetics at Monash University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science, with Honours.
I've always had a passion for natural health, having grown up with asthma, eczema and numerous food allergies, and I wanted to help my kids avoid the same issues.
I love blending science and alternative approaches to find the best of both worlds, and I'm always looking for ways to create more amazing health and happiness in my life.
Learn more about me