6 Healthy Raw Vegan Chocolate Sauce Recipes

Don’t you just like love chocolate? Especially if its guilt free?! I mean, everyday loves chocolate! I’ve never met someone who doesn’t. Hey, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. What better way to share these chocolate recipes with that special someone?! Well for all you chocolate lovers, I’ve got some chocolate sauce recipes for YOU!


Since its the month of love and chocolate, I decided to post all my chocolate sauce recipes for you. You can use these recipes as a chocolate sauce or form into a chocolate bar with a nut base….. Ohh! I just got a recipe idea – but you’ll have to wait and see for that. Mmwahaha. You can use either cacao, cocoa, carob, or lucama powder.


Either powder you choose to use, the sauce will still produce chocolate. A rich, creamy, thick, chocolate sauce. It’s so delicious – I can literally eat all of it right out the bowl. This chocolate sauce is dairy free, sugar free, bad chemicals free, and like I said: GUILT FREE! Wouldn’t you love to eat chocolate and NEVER feel guilty about it? Well you never have to again with these low fat chocolate recipes that are SO irresistible!


Guilt Free Irresistible Raw Chocolates:
INGREDIENTS: (please note: these are small batches, as you will need to double up for recipes as needed.)
Sauce 1:
4 tbsp cacao or carob powder
1/4 cup raw coconut nectar
1/2 cup almond milk
1/4 cup nut butter of choice, optional
1/4 cup coconut oil, melted

Sauce 2:
1/3 cup liquid coconut oil (melt but keep raw)
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1-2 tbsp raw coconut nectar
6 tbsp cacao or carob powder

Sauce 3:
3 tsp cacao powder
2 tsp coconut oil melted
1 tbsp raw coconut nectar

Sauce 4:
Cinnamon Chocolate:

1 tbsp cacao powder
1 tbsp nut butter of choice
1 tbsp melted coconut oil
1 tbsp raw coconut nectar
1/2 tsp cinnamon

Sauce 5:
6 tbsp cacao or carob powder
2 tsp or 1 tbsp coconut oil, melted
A drop of almond milk (optional)
1 tsp raw coconut nectar

Sauce 6:
1/3 cup melted coconut oil
1 tsp vanilla
3 tbsp coconut nectar
6 tbsp cacao powder

for ALL:
* Whisk or blend the ingredients until smooth in your blender or in a bowl. Enjoy your chocolate as desired.


Here are a few health benefits of raw chocolate (cacao):

  • cacao is a raw, unprocessed, healthier form of chocolate that is one of the world’s best sources of powerful antioxidants, and is the richest food source of magnesium
  • chocolate aka cacao and cocoa is a superfood!
  • chocolate contains more antioxidants than blueberries, green tea and red wine; and nearly 8 times more antioxidants found in strawberries
  • when you “crave” chocolate, your body is actually lacking in magnesium
  • cacao contains magnesium, iron, zinc, copper, vitamins, minerals, proteins, beta-carotene, fiber, and alkaloids
  • relieves stress
  • consuming cacao everyday is not healthy, due to the theobromine found in cacao. Theobromine is similar to caffeine. you will have mood swings, may clogue up your arteries, make you anxious, and change in emotions.
  • neutrals your nerves levels (calms your muscles down)
  • provides energy
  • rich in antioxidants
  • cacao contains anti-bacterial properties that fight against tooth decay
  • contains anti-depressant properties! (A GOOD reason to smile 🙂
  • dark chocolate is shown to lower high blood pressure and LDL cholesterol, also improves circulation
  • neutralize free radicals
  • helps to improve digestion and lose weight!
  • consuming chocolate triggers the release of endorphins
  • by weight, cocoa has more protein than eggs
  • has a bitter taste, but best when added into recipes
  • 90% of Americans have at least some chocolate nearly every day, and it’s usually though and taken as a guilty pleasure rather than a healthy indulgence. this chocolate is 100% GUILT FREE (wait, i said that already;)
  • remember, eating raw cacao IS HEALTHY; just not safe to consume everyday. Instead, you can add carob in replacement of cacao. Carob is a healthier choice than cacao actually because it doesn’t give you those “side effects“. basically, when cacao is eaten in moderation (just like nuts), is great for you and helps to avoid the ‘side effects’. there has been a lot of research done on cacao and a lot of incorrect information out there on cacao. you just have to know how to research to find the right information because there will always be articles written out there that always have something negative things to say, along with their information. it’s just a controversial subject in the raw food movement. everybody has their own beliefs about it – which is fine. you just have to know which information to believe and which is true.
  • great cacao alternatives are carob, lucama and maca

I bet you didn’t know these facts, huh? 😉

Now folks, let’s be realistic. Chocolate alone (with no added ingredients like milk, eggs, sugar, you know….) is healthy for you. In most simplest terms, PURE CHOCOLATE at its raw, unprocessed form.


Written By: Miliany Bonet =)


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Miliany Bonet

Miliany Bonet is an 18 years young, world renowned, raw vegan teen who is passionate about a raw foods diet and lifestyle. She runs and owns 3 websites, all in which are based on veganism. With a strong passion and desire to share her love for a raw foods lifestyle, Miliany has inspired many people from all walks of life to adapt a healthier lifestyle, with more raw living foods. Miliany is a Writer, Author, Blogger, a Serial Entrepreneur, a Book Publisher, a Researcher, a Learner of Life, a Geek, and a Designer. Check out Miliany's blogs at RawVeganLivingBlog.com and TransitioningToRaw.com

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