How to prepare the healthiest homemade coconut chocolate (raw vegan)

by admin / Sep 25, 2016 / 0 comments

Brothers chocoholics, what would you think if there was a chocolate that was healthy and also would even help to lose weight? A chocolate that you could give to children without any restrictions? Congratulations, there is one and anyone can prepare it at home, in 10 minutes!

 

Here are the magic ingredients for this chocolate:

 

* 14 tablespoons of virgin coconut oil

* 10 tablespoons of carob powder breeds

* 5 tablespoons of coconut flakes (optional)

* 2 tablespoons raw sugar

* a handful of walnuts or almonds chopped

* a pinch of salt

* 2 to 3 teaspoons ground cinnamon

* natural vanilla extract

 

Easy to prepare:

 

Mix coconut oil with the cocoa mix until perfect. If coconut oil is solid, you can "unravel" putting the required amount in a bowl that you will leave in a bowl with hot water.

Put the rest of the ingredients and mix well.

Pour the mixture into a container (or special shapes) and put in the refrigerator. If you use the container with tray after half an hour, you'd better-portioned the chocolate (without removing it from the tray), and then to leave them in the refrigerator until the time comes to be devoured.)

 

And that's all! Seriously! Good appetite!

 

Good to know!

 

Coconut oil is melted at temperatures of 24-25 ° C, the chocolate that must be kept refrigerated.

You can add dried fruit or whatever you want to imagine that your homemade chocolate contains, as you can give up coconut or walnuts or almonds.

Coconut flakes of trade are not exactly pure, therefore, the best would be to buy a coconut lower and middle laugh.

Cinnamon is optional, but ... you know it helps metabolize sugar, right?

Speaking of sugar, as well (for texture chocolate) are very fine. And to hit exactly what the sweet that I want it, put the sugar gradually and adds taste if it seems necessary.

Walnuts, almonds, etc. covered with some enzyme inhibitors which help them to "survive" until it develops. The problem is that inhibitors of these enzymes meet with your stomach. Therefore, it is best to leave a few hours to soak nuts and almonds. In addition, in this way improves the nutritional value of them.

Virgin coconut oil is rich in essential fatty acids and has many benefits for the body: keep the heart healthy, balances cholesterol, supports immunity, boosts metabolism, helps digestion and absorption of nutrients and, not least, get rid of the extra kilos! ( for more health tips visit http://health-tips.ca )

Sure, you say that if does not contain cocoa, not chocolate. Agreed, and of course, you can use cocoa powder instead of carob. But let me tell you what's up with carob powder (actual and ceratonia or carob):

Is a legume that grows in pods on trees

It is a complete protein (4-8%), containing carbohydrates (43-42%), lipids (0,65%), dietary fiber (39%).

It is also a source of potassium, iron and magnesium, but also contains the ideal ratio of calcium (385 mg%) and phosphorus (79 mg%) which allows the absorption of metals, plus small amounts of omega-3 and omega-9.

It has a very low glycemic index (15%) and contains sugars like those in fruit own.

It is alkaline, so beneficial to the body.

Do not shake, unlike cocoa, so it's perfect for kids.

Although it is one of the few vegetables that contain cholesterol (longer spirulina) in very small quantities, it is true, carob powder helps lower blood cholesterol.

To mention the huge and antioxidants (91,500 ORAC units / 100mg) and ready!

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