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12.05.2022


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Ceremonial Chocolate Recipe

This chocolate made with ceremonial cacao is simple to make, and has all the benefits of ceremonial cacao without needing to make a fresh cup every time you crave it!

Beware: ceremonial cacao is a powerful stimulant. I don’t recommend eating it within four hours of bedtime. I made that mistake, and stayed up until 3am tossing and turning. Even though I felt tired the next day, it actually ended up being worth it.

Let me explain.

Ceremonial cacao is known as “food of the Gods”, connecting you to your heart, creativity and even the spiritual realm. I received so many messages and breakthroughs as I laid in bed looking at the ceiling.

❤️ Learn more about ceremonial cacao, its benefits, and how it’s different from commercial chocolate ❤️

However, if you eat a piece of this ceremonial chocolate in the morning or afternoon, I find it to be a wonderful supporter of creativity. You can learn more about ceremonial cacao for business,  creativity and teamwork in this podcast interview with Keith Wilson, The Chocolate Shaman.

Let’s go!

Ceremonial Chocolate Recipe

Ingredients: 

  1. 1 cup of ceremonial cacao, chopped (Cacao Lab pure cacao is great for this, but you can also use Ora Cacao discs – either pure or the ones with added herbs, mushrooms and spices.) Here’s a list of all my favorite ceremonial cacao brands you can buy online).
  2. 1/3-1 cup of  cacao butter – these cacao butter wafers are great (adjust the amount based on how intense and dark you like your chocolate)
  3. 1/2-1 cup coconut sugar or another sweetener of your choice (adjust the amount based on how sweet you want it to be)
  4. 1/4 teaspoon sea salt, and 1/4 more to sprinkle on top
  5. Optional booster: 1 teaspoon reishi mushroom powder or another mushroom powder you like
  6. Topping ideas: 1/2 cup total chopped roasted almonds, pistachios, roasted cashews, goji berries, sesame seeds, or any other nuts and seeds you like.

Directions:

  1. Place chopped cacao and cacao butter into a metal bowl. Use a double boiler on a stove top, and melt it on low heat. Continue whisking or stirring so that your cacao doesn’t burn.
  2. Once it’s melted, turn off the heat.
  3. Add sweetener and stir in until consistent.
  4. Add sea salt.
  5. If you’re adding a mushroom powder, add it now and mix well.
  6. Prepare your molds. Make sure the sweetener is consistently mixed in (coconut sugar tends to float to the bottom). Pour the chocolate paste into molds. If you don’t have chocolate molds, you can use tapperware,  tapperware lids or ice cube trays.
  7. Sprinkle the toppings evenly, including additional sea salt, if you like a little bit of a salt kick with your chocolate.
  8.  Place in the fridge for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate hardens.
  9. Enjoy! Set an intention before you eat, if that speaks to you.
  10. Keep in the fridge in a jar or another container until your ceremonial chocolate is gone ♥️

Ceremonial Chocolate Recipe

Sacred Ceremonial Chocolate

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Serves: 20

 

  • 1 cup of ceremonial cacao, chopped (Cacao Lab pure cacao is great for this, but you can also use Ora Cacao discs – either pure or the ones with added herbs, mushrooms and spices.) Here’s a list of all my favorite ceremonial cacao brands you can buy online).
  • ½-1 cup cacao butter – these cacao butter wafers are great (adjust the amount based on how intense and dark you like your chocolate)
  • ¼-1/2 cup coconut sugar or another sweetener of your choice (adjust the amount based on how sweet you want it to be)
  • ¼ teaspoon sea salt, and ¼ more to sprinkle on top
  • Optional booster: 1 teaspoon reishi mushroom powder or another mushroom powder you like
  • Topping ideas: ½ cup total chopped roasted almonds, pistachios, roasted cashews, goji berries, sesame seeds, or any other nuts and seeds you like.
  1. Place chopped cacao and cacao butter into a metal bowl. Use a double boiler on a stove top, and melt it on low heat. Continue whisking or stirring so that your cacao doesn’t burn.
  2. Once it’s melted, turn off the heat.
  3. Add sweetener and stir in until consistent.
  4. Add sea salt.
  5. If you’re adding a mushroom powder, add it now and mix well.
  6. Prepare your molds. Make sure the sweetener is consistently mixed in (coconut sugar tends to float to the bottom). Pour the chocolate paste into molds. If you don’t have chocolate molds, you can use tapperware, tapperware lids or ice cube trays.
  7. Sprinkle the toppings evenly, including additional sea salt, if you like a little bit of a salt kick with your chocolate.
  8. Place in the fridge for about 30 minutes, or until the chocolate hardens.
  9. Enjoy! Set an intention before you eat, if that speaks to you.
  10. Keep in the fridge until your ceremonial chocolate is gone ♥️

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