Because it’s Easter, today I’m sharing my favourite chocolate recipes. I hope you enjoy making some new healthy alternatives over the long weekend and also enjoy your favourite traditional Easter treats too!
Choc Hot Cross Buns – the most traditional Easter recipe on my list and definitely a favourite. This recipe can be modified to omit the chocolate.
Chocolate Cake with Caramel Sauce – you can use this refined sugar free caramel sauce recipe to make other goodies, like caramel tarts.
Chocolate Thickshake – I swear this tastes just like a normal chocolate thickshake, plus it’s super healthy!
Choc Pudding – I can’t take the credit for this recipe. My amazing man came up with this creation and it’s so good.
Choc Almond Butter Cheesecake – raw cheesecakes were some of the first recipes I created, you can leave out the almond butter if you’d like a plain chocolate cheesecake.
Choc Granola – you can even have chocolate for breakfast! I eat my granola with coconut or greek yoghurt.
Chocolate Banana Loaf – if you can source sugar free dark chocolate, this recipe is 100% sugar free, only bananas are used to sweeten the cake.
Choc Raspberry Love Cakes – chocolate and raspberry is the perfect combination. This raw cheesecake takes a little bit of time to make but it’s totally worth it.
Choc Coconut Pancakes – another chocolate recipe that you can eat for breakfast. These pancakes taste just like chocolate cake.
Choc Superfood Slice – this slice uses my base chocolate recipe so if you don’t have all the superfoods feel free to make plain chocolate.
Choc Buckwheat Cups – if you don’t have buckwheat feel free to replace them with puffed rice, nuts or seeds.
Choc Peppermint Protein Balls – I enjoy one of these bliss balls most nights because I always want something sweet after dinner.
Choc Peanut Butter Cheesecake – I think this was the first raw cheesecake recipe combo I came up with and it’s still my favourite.
Do you have any favourite choc recipes I should add to the list?