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4 Not-So-Guilty Chocolatey Pleasures

Posted by Didi Gorman on

It’s almost the holidays! Yoopie!

Who’s in for some drool-worthy ultra-delish chocolatey treats?

I know I’m all in!

Chocoholic or not, if a bake-free, cook-free, max-5-minute-prep, sounds tempting - this post is right for you!

What’s more, there’s no sugar in this post and no commercial additive-packed chocolate either! But keep reading, it will only get better!

What WILL you find here?

Only the finest organic, raw, nutrient-dense cocoa powder, as the base for all things chocolatey, paired with other organic nutritious goodies such as organic cream, organic almond milk, raw organic coconut puree, and organic bananas.

So quite frankly, I don’t feel that guilty…

You with me?

Let’s go!

1. Super Simple Chocolate Mousse

Creamy and dreamy.

There! I’ve summarized this pleasure with the fewest words possible.

I figure I’ll just let this joy speak for itself.

Feel free to alter the measurements to your liking.
The following recipe yields a very sweet and very chocolatey mousse.

Preps: 3 minutes
Serves: 1

You will need:

  • 13 cup organic whipping cream
  • ¾ tbs. raw organic cocoa powder
  • 2 sachets stevia powder, or to taste
  • Optional: ¼ tsp. pure vanilla extract or ¾ tsp. rum
  • Optional: 1 organic Banana, sliced (for serving)

How to make it:

  1. Whip cream, cocoa powder, stevia, and vanilla extract/rum, until texture thickens.
  2. Top with a few banana slices. Serve.

2. Homemade Energy Drink

If dairy is an issue, swap the milk and cream with coconut milk and some water, or with almond milk.

Preps: 5 minutes
Serves: 1

You will need:

  • 1 ripe organic banana
  • ¾ -1 cup organic milk
  • ¾ tbs. raw organic cocoa powder
  • 1 ½ tbs. organic cream

How to make it:

Blend all ingredients. Serve.

3. Rich & Velvety Chocolate Pudding

Does it count as cheating if I copy my own recipe, tweak the measurements a little, and call it an entirely different name?
Coz’ that’s exactly what I’ve just done…
But all for a good cause, so I’m sure I’ll be excused...

Check this one out!

Using the same ingredients as recipe #2 but with a ratio of less liquids per solids, here comes pudding!

Preps: 5 minutes
Makes: 1

You will need:

  • 1 ripe organic banana
  • A generous splash organic milk / almond milk / coconut milk
  • A generous dose of raw organic cocoa powder
  • Optional: organic cream, a splash
  • Optional: ghee, a few flakes
  • Optional: coconut butter, a few flakes

How to make it:

Blend all ingredients till smooth. Serve.

4. Coconut Chocolate Fudge Spread


Entirely and totally decadent.

A few words about the consistency of coconut puree/coconut butter:
At room temperature it will most likely be quite firm.
When warmed up it will thaw and soften.
When hot, it will run like a thick syrup.

Why am I saying all this?
So you know that the longer you wait after making this spread, the crunchier the texture will be.
If you like your fudge soft – don’t wait!

And a little word to the wise:
As fun as it might be to indulge, do yourself a favor and don’t overdo. Not with this one. Puh-lease!

I wish I hadn’t overlooked this important rule the other day, but I guess I had to learn the hard way.
And learn I sure did…

Coconut butter is incredibly filling, and this little slip of self-control had cost me a good few hours of heaviness.

Now that you’re armed with everything you need to know, let’s get down to business!


  • Jar warming: 5-10 minutes
  • Making: 2 minutes

Serves: 1

You will need:

  • About 1 ½ tbs. organic coconut butter/puree
  • About 1 tbs. raw organic cocoa powder
  • Stevia to taste

How to make it:

  1. Warm your well-sealed coconut butter jar in hot water for 5- 10 minutes, to thaw the coconut.
  2. Scoop out the soft coconut puree into a bowl, add some cocoa powder and stevia to taste, mix until smooth, and enjoy!

Tip: if consistency is too solid, add a few drops of very hot water and mix.


Deliciousness comes in so many different ways!

I won’t hold you up with a long finale.

Remember: all in moderation.

I wish you the happiest and most joyful holidays!

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