Chocolates

Would you like some chocolate?
Unfortunately, my chocolates sold out very quickly and I do not yet know when I'll be making more, but enjoy the photos and ingredients lists below.
The chocolate ingredients are all organic, extremely high quality and fresh.
I made three fantastic flavors. All three contain real cacao (powdered chocolate beans) and real cacao butter (the oil from cacao beans). All three flavors are vegan and raw.
These all contain superfood ingredients! These chocolates can be considered a supplement as well as a decadent dessert!
The three flavor options are Dark Tangerine, Hot Cayenne and Mild Mint.
Note: The Mild Mint flavor melts at 78 degrees and above due to containing some coconut oil. The other two flavors melt above 98 degrees, so are safe at room temperature.

Ingredients

Dark Tangerine Chocolate: Cacao, cacao buter, mangosteen powder (high antioxidant superfruit) carob (the only sweetener), sunflower seeds (these add richness, flavor, vitamin E, and minerals), tangerine essential oil, lemon essential oil
Hot Cayenne Chocolate: Cacao, cacao buter, mangosteen powder (high antioxidant superfruit) carob, sunflower seeds (these add richness, flavor, vitamin E, and minerals), maple syrup, cayenne powder
Mild Mint Chocolate: Cacao, cacao buter, coconut oil, spirulina (sea-vegetable rich in minerals and amino acids) carob (the only sweetener), sunflower seeds (these add richness, flavor, vitamin E, and minerals), peppermint essential oil
Note: Images are not specifically of this batch of chocolates, but the images on this page give you an idea of what my chocolates look like in general.
Chocolates like these sell for $7 for 1.5 ounces at the store — that's $4.60 an ounce! I sell mine for just $2.50 an ounce, or $2 an ounce if you buy 10 or more ounces. (An ounce is roughly four tablespoons or four bites.)
Hope these fun photos inspire you to make your own!
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