I am a bit of a chocolate fanatic, rarely saying no to anything involving chocolate. Ok, let's be honest... when I say rarely, I mean never. This dark chocolate richly filled with almonds and tart raspberries is a delightful, perennial treat!
Hot cocoa has its downsides, namely the sugar, fillers, and unpronounceable ingredients in commercial mixes that often contain dairy. My son can't have dairy. My husband needs to watch his sugar intake. What's a mom to do??? THIS recipe is a perfect fit for us!
If you are like me, you probably have a chocolate stash in your house on any given day... But have you ever tried making your own chocolates?? For busy moms with children underfoot, this recipe doesn't even require you to temper the chocolate. Winning!
Does anything go together as well as chocolate and peanut butter? We don't think so! Moist, grain-free brownies combine with a creamy peanut butter filling to bring you a bite-sized treat that's perfect for sharing (or keeping all to yourself).
These homemade nut butter cups are a richer, darker, and dare I say, healthier? version of the infamous peanut butter cup because they're made with easily digestible, soaked and dehydrated nut butter, dark chocolate, and a secret superfood ingredient!
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Would you like another reason to justify your love of chocolate? Cacao is a rich source of skin-protecting vitamins and antioxidants -- so make this exfoliating scrub to nourish your skin. I dare you not to eat it in the shower!
It is amazingly simple to turn hard chunks of raw cacao butter into a fluffy and silky whipped body butter that sinks into skin in a matter of minutes. Using cacao butter for skin will reap you 2 benefits: your skin will be soft and silky, and you'll also smell like irresistible chocolate!
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