This recipe is the basis for all raw chocolate making. Super simple and easy to make chocolates that are free from dairy, processed sugar, gluten, additives and guilt!Get Started
If you are looking for some healthy homemade Halloween treats then these pumpkin spice truffles would be perfect. Covered in a thick layer of chocolate and filled with a sweet pumpkin truffle they really are delicious. Not only that, they are lots of fun to make (the kids will love to get involved with this) and are free-from dairy, gluten and refined sugar making them suitable for almost all diets.
This chocolate chilli pumpkin soup is the perfect dish to bring you comfort on these colder autumn days. In this recipe cacao shows off its savoury side, by adding richness and intensifying flavours, as well as helping to bring out the chilli flavour for a warming and delicious soup.
One of our absolute favourites! Feel free to experiment and unleash your CHOCcreativity, substitute the Frangellica with Kaluha, Baileys or Tia Maria or even add a teaspoon of coffee for an espresso CHOCtini. You know what they say…practice makes perfect!
A delicious raw chocolate energy bar to give you a boost when you need it most. Make some hot chocolate, invite friends round and get CHOC cosy with these healthy CHOC Crunch Bars.
We love Halloween and what better way to celebrate the day of the dead than with spicy chilli chocolate hearts inspired by the ancient Aztec and Mayan. They look so innocent and lovely no one will suspect the chilli kick surprise!
These decadent truffles are definitive proof that heavenly and healthy can co-exist!
A wonderfully healthy treat that children absolutely love. These brownies are so easy to make, they don't need to be kept frozen and are a great lunch box addition, after school or work treat or for any time of the day. Vegan, dairy free and utterly divine!
We’ve made scrummy chocolate shapes using a Halloween mould we found at Lakeland.
This delicious mulled hot chocolate recipe is perfect for any Christmas party (who needs mulled wine when you can have chocolate?) or simply to warm yourself on a cold and frosty night.