Valentine’s Day and Chocolate just seem to go together.
If you’d like to make delicious chocolate treats, that are not full of junky ingredients, I’ve got a few real food recipes for you. These are all recipes we’ve made (and enjoyed) in our home:
Chocolate Coconut Oat Bars – These are a family favorite. So rich, yet not too sweet. Delicious!
Herb-Infused Mint Chocolate Truffles – I love that these use real mint leaves. I’ve got to say, I feel super fancy when I make these, but they are not difficult to prepare at all.
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Walnut Cookies – a reliable recipe for an old favorite.
Dark Chocolate Brownies – My husband’s favorite brownie. I now make these with gluten-free flour, and they taste just as good.
Decadent Dark Chocolate Hot Fudge Sauce – This hot fudge sauce is perfect for pairing with vanilla ice cream and topping with chopped nuts.
Quick and Simple Hot Cocoa – this mix is fast to put together and makes a delicious hot chocolate!
And for a non-edible treat, you might enjoy these easy-to-make lotion bars:
Need more healthy chocolate recipes?
You’ll be happy to know that there are seven ebooks dedicated to Baking, Chocolates, and Treats in the FREE Paleo Bundle.
Eat Beautiful – Megan Stevens
Pumpkin Treats – Starlene D. Stewart
Decadent Paleo Desserts – Hannah Healy
7 Steps to Better Grain-Free Baking – Kelly Smith
Living Healthy with Chocolate (Sampler) – Adriana Harlan
Calorie Myth & SANE Certified Chocolate Recipes – Jonathan Bailor
The Nourished Kitchen Guide to Grain-Free Baking, Treats & Sweets – Jenny McGruther
These are a few of the awesome resources in the Free Paleo Bundle – which ends today! (Friday!).
Get yours before it’s gone!
Did I mention it’s free?
Yes? OK. Go on then