In this post, I’m going to show you how to make my 3 ingredient healthy weight-loss chocolate recipe! This recipe Is a total life saver. I’m a self-confessed chocaholic and this recipe helps me to get my chocolate fix in a healthier way.
THE SKINNY CHOCAHOLIC?
Is there anything better in life than healthy chocolate that you can eat even when you are trying to lose weight? Sometimes I’m not sure if there is anything better than that… and that is why I am literally OBSESSED with this easy 3 ingredient healthy weight-loss chocolate recipe.
When I was trying to lose weight, I quickly realised that if I “banned” myself from eating chocolate completely then I would crave it all the time. This type of thing could sometimes lead to a binge where I would suddenly eat an entire bar or slab of unhealthy, processed chocolate. Then my eating plan would be derailed and I’d feel as if I was back at square one. Not fun.
This is the perfect little chocolate serving size for a healthy treat, cheeky snack or a little bite of dessert – even if you are trying to lose weight. And it’s totally guilt-free (totally healthy)!
This easy recipe is 100% refined sugar, dairy and gluten-free. It’s full of healthy fats, good carbs and good protein (depending on extra ingredients like nuts, dried fruit, seeds, etc.) – AND it’s also full of powerful antioxidants and other good nutrients!
I hope that you LOVE using this recipe as much as I do!
-1 Tablespoon coconut oil (flat)
-3 – 4 teaspoons cacao powder
-1/2 – 1 teaspoon xylitol syrup (or raw honey, or 100% pure maple syrup)
-pinch ground vanilla powder
-tiny pinch sea salt
(This recipe serves 1 – simply double the recipe to make a larger serving)
-Melt the coconut oil by pouring boiling water into a large bowl and a placing smaller bowl into the water, then place the coconut oil into the small bowl and wait for it to melt.
-Mix the melted coconut oil, cacao, xylitol syrup, cinnamon and sea salt together until well blended. Pour or spoon the chocolate into empty ice cube trays or chocolate moulds.
-Place the chocolates in the fridge or freezer to set for 5-20 minutes (or until solid). Once the chocolates have set, crack them out of the moulds and dust with cacao powder (optional).
-Eat & enjoy!
Made with love by Liezl Jayne xo
CAL PER SERVE?
- Calorie breakdown (if you wanna know):
- 1 Tbs melted coconut oil = roughly 120 calories
- 3 – 4 teaspoons cacao powder = roughly 20 calories
- 1 teaspoon xylitol syrup = roughly 10 calories
- Total calories (per serving) = roughly 150 calories