31st March 2017 by Sophie
If you're giving up chocolate for Lent, but you still want to enjoy that chocolatey flavour - cacao is your answer! It has the chocolate taste of cocoa, but with a richer flavour and more nutritional benefits.
I don’t know about you, but spoonfuls of a certain chocolate hazelnut spread and handfuls of chocolate chips were kind of a staple in my life growing up. Sometimes you just need a zing of that chocolate-y goodness am I right? Enter chocolate bark with almond drizzle! I sprinkled the beetroot crisps and chia cookie on top for that extra CRUNCH and it was heavenly.
Lindsay, thetoastedpinenut.comget the recipe
Our taste expert Bobby shows us how to make these delicious and healthy pumpkin brownies, made with beetroot, dates and maple syrup, and no refined sugars! With the rich cacao sauce drizzled on top, we can guarantee these gooey goodies will go down a treat!get the recipe
This recipe is so easy to make and only takes 2 minutes to cook. Plus it tastes exactly like a chocolate cake, but with absolutely no dairy, no gluten and no refined sugar!get the recipe
We can’t get enough of this healthy chocolate avocado pudding recipe by grazer and blogger Christine Bono! She sent us this seriously delicious (yet simple!) recipe and we just had to share it!get the recipe
A healthy, delicious version of chocolate orange but with heaps more energy-giving nutrients and just the same indulgent feel.
Jess, graze nutritionistget the recipe
Banana and avocado lend a rich and creamy texture and the raw cacao gives this pud that typical indulgent chocolate mousse hit that we know and love.
I know you’re probably raising a serious eyebrow right now, but trust me on this one – this raw mousse is seriously amazing and gives you the same ‘I’m spoiling myself’ feeling as the shop bought kind, but with so many benefits.
Jess, graze nutritionistget the recipe
These froyo pops only have 2 ingredients and all you need is a mould (even a graze punnet will do!) and a freezer. They’re light, delicious, and packed with protein! You can even play around with different toppings!get the recipe
There are so many different flavours and ingredient combinations you can use to make these super easy truffles, which makes this the perfect adaptable recipe for making some bite sized pick-me-ups.get the recipe
The cacao-free version of the chocolate bark listed above, this yoghurt bark is refreshing, fruity and really simple to make! Just pick any flavour of yoghurt you like, and top with your favourite graze snacks.get the recipe
Discover all of our sweet snacks, from our freshly baked little puds to our nutritious nut mixes. Whether you’re looking for a 4pm pick-me-up or an evening dessert-substitute, we’ve got a snack to hit that sweet spot. Every snack has been designed by our taste experts with your sweet tooth in mind, and approved by our nutritionist, so you can feel good about grazing!
chewy banana coins, yoghurt coated raisins, sunflower seeds and pecans
soft granny smith apple wedges with a sticky toffee sauce, ready to dip
baobab & raspberry coconut clusters, pure pumpkin seeds and soft apple pieces
Cornish vanilla fudge, raw walnuts, chewy raisins and honey & vanilla pumpkin seeds
soft dried apple, chewy raisins and caramelised honey & cinnamon almonds - a classic!
creamy Belgian speculoos cookie dip with crunchy cinnamon pretzel dippers
orange infused raisins, caramelised honey & cinnamon almonds and sponge drops
hand-pressed cherry almond protein bites with an uplifting citrus green tea
raspberry fruit strings, raspberry cranberries, almond slivers and vanilla sponge drops
carrot & orange chews, raw walnuts, cinnamon sultanas, yoghurt coated sunflower seeds
superfruit pieces of real orange juice & cacao nibs, with raw almonds and chopped dates
By Sophie, graze blogger.
Sophie is the London-based blogger, queen of content and all things writing at graze HQ! She loves working with the taste expert team to bring their recipes out into the world.
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