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Treat Your Love To Healthy Homemade Chocolates With a Nutritional Boost

By Christina Anthis

Treat Your Love To Healthy Homemade Chocolates With a Nutritional Boost

Treat Your Love To Healthy Homemade Chocolates With a Nutritional Boost

| Christina Anthis | February 9, 2018 |

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Let’s be honest here. Chocolate is amazing. I could sit and eat chocolates until every last one is gone and everyone is wondering who ate all the chocolates. I never realized how easy it is to make my own chocolates until I found a really simple recipe in one of my mom’s chocolate cookbooks. I took that recipe and reworked it with healthier ingredients and lo and behold Hippy chocolates were created!

Skip the Unhealthy Ingredients this Year

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, chocolates are flying off the grocery shelves, but this year you could do something different for your love and make them a batch of homemade chocolates without all the icky ingredients! I'm talking artificial flavors, colors, GMO's, and high fructose corn syrup.

It's as Easy as Adding Your Favorite Ingredients

After making these healthy simple chocolates, my mind began to think of the millions of different ingredients I could add to these chocolates such as herbal extracts, dried herbs, fruits, and nuts.  I decided to add cayenne pepper and coconut flakes to my second batch (mmmmmm, chocolate and coconut are my favs!) and my new love of homemade chocolate was born!

Adding a Nutrition Boost to Your Sweet Treats

Whoever said you can't have your cake and eat it too, was lying to you! I am a big fan of boosting my healthy sweet treats with extra nutrition and it's super easy to do that with MegaFood's Booster Powders! MegaFood's Nutrient Booster Powders increase your capacity with select FoodState Nutrients™, including, for example, beetroot powder plus botanicals to promote energy levels and maintain healthy blood sugar levels.*  I like to add them to my morning smoothies, my protein shakes, ice cream, and even my favorite desserts! Now, you can have your cake and eat it too!

Homemade Chocolate Base Recipe


  • 1 cup fair trade organic cocoa butter (you can substitute with unrefined coconut oil but the chocolates should definitely be housed in the fridge if you choose to use coconut oil, otherwise they will likely melt at temperatures higher than 75 degrees)
  • 1 cup raw cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
  • ½ – ¾ cup raw unfiltered honey or maple syrup (or to taste)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract (or another extract per flavor guidelines)
  • pinch of sea salt


  1. In a double boiler, melt the cocoa butter. Once melted, remove from heat.
  2. Using a whisk, whisk in the honey/maple syrup while VERY slowly pouring it into the melted cocoa butter (This helps to emulsify oil and water. Honey/maple syrup are water-based ingredients while the cocoa butter and coconut oil are oil-based ingredients. It’s like making mayonnaise! If your cocoa butter is too hot and you pour the honey in too fast, it will separate with the honey sinking to the bottom).
  3. Whisk in the rest of the ingredients (including extras if you are using them) and whisk until a pudding consistency is reached, maybe a minute or two max. Be sure to get absolutely no water in the chocolate as this will make the chocolate have a mealy texture.
  4. Spoon chocolate into molds (you can choose all sorts of molds including small hearts or chocolate bar molds!).
    Put your chocolates in the fridge or freezer to harden up over a few hours, before releasing from the molds and totally devouring!

Chocolate Flavor Variations

You can make a whole box of assorted flavored chocolates if you have all of the ingredients on hand. Extracts/tinctures can be a helpful addition to flavor the chocolates.

NOTE: Replace the vanilla extract in the base recipe with whatever extracts are called for below.


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*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


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