8 Chocolate Recipes So Delicious You Won’t Believe They’re Healthy
Think about it: it makes us happy when we’re feeling down (like when you ate a whole slab after that nasty breakup), it tastes good with basically EVERYTHING and it does have health benefits. But… scoffing a whole chocolate cake isn’t exactly great for our waistlines.
So, what’s a girl to do?
Well good news… we’ve rounded up a few healthy versions of your favourite chocolate treats, which means you can have your cake and eat it too. So go on, treat ‘yo self to these deliciously decadent yet incredibly healthy dessert recipes. No guilt required!
Yes, this recipe from celeb foodie Jessica Sepel is raw and sugar-free but that doesn’t mean it isn’t super smooth and incredibly moreish. It’s loaded with raw cacao (an ingredient packed with antioxidants, magnesium and B vitamins) which makes this to-die-for delicious.
Remember the last time you ate a tart and it was all raw, wet pastry and no filling? This vegan version is rich and creamy and best of all you won’t have to deal with a ‘soggy bottom’.
No need to binge out on the shop-bought variety.The black-eyed beans together with the whole-rolled oats will give you a serious boost of fibre, leaving you feeling satisfied and best of all they only take 20 minutes to make.
These brownies are so rich you’ll actually have a hard time convincing people that they’re made with no butter! The good news is that they’re also packed with nutrients thanks to their superfood ingredients.
This light chocolate cake is gorgeous and moist as is, with no need for sugary ganache or icing. Simply serve warm, dusted with cocoa. Yum!
This raw treat is not only east, it requires no baking and, because it’s super rich you only need a small slice to satisfy those taste buds.
Need a mood booster? Nothing beats chocolate…
Need a sweet fix? Try these low-carb, sugar-free tea-time lamingtons that you can indulge in – guilt-free!