DIY Healthy Chocolate Chips (just 3 ingredients!)
Have you ever wanted to learn to make your own chocolate from scratch, so you get to decide how sweet or how bitter it is? But... aren't there bags and bars of chocolate at the grocery store? Why go to the trouble of making itty-bitty morsels of chocolate when you can just drive to the store and buy them in a bag? Bags of store-bought chocolate chips are full of refined sugar, milk solids, and often, soy lecithin. If you're allergic to dairy or soy, those are out for you. If you're avoiding refined sugar, you're out of luck. The allergy-free chocolate chips are delicious, yet they also come with a high price tag. So you can save money and control the ingredients by making your own with WFN's raw cacao powder and cacao butter. These are the basic building blocks of chocolate in its purest form, and they're packed with nutrition! Raw cacao powder is high in iron, fiber, and Vitamin C. (Read about all 8 health benefits of raw cacao and then decide if you want fermented or non-fermented cacao.) Cacao butter is high in antioxidants, plus it's a super healthy fat. Maybe you've never thought about making your own chocolate chips until now? Well, here's your chance! And I bet it's easier than you think!