• Homemade Chocolate Squares That Fight Inflammation And Infections

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    If you’re like me, I simply love chocolate!  I could eat it everyday, twice a day…I don’t but I could.  If you’re reading this article chances are you love it too!  Well, what if there was a chocolate you could make that you knew all the ingredients and it was actually quite good for you!  Everything in moderation of course, but this little recipe helps not only with your craving, but fighting inflammation and infections at the same time.  You have to try this recipe, all the details and instructions are on the Next Page.  Enjoy!

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    46 Responses to “Homemade Chocolate Squares That Fight Inflammation And Infections”

    1. Lori Stennes

      Nov 18. 2015

      Great, for the holidays!

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    2. Michele Smiley

      Nov 20. 2015

      Can’t pull receipe up help

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    3. Kim

      Nov 20. 2015

      Odd directions! Grease pan, boil water, blend water and gelatin, then what?

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    4. Kim Cramblet

      Nov 20. 2015

      Weird directions as in none really!

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    5. Jen Stewart van Pelt

      Nov 24. 2015

      What?? Someone still thinks chocolate is bad for you? Loves! It’s a super food!

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    6. Margie Green

      Nov 26. 2015

      Too bad someone forgot to finish the directions. Left with a pan of boiling water and a 1/4 cup of gelatin in the blender.

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    7. Julie Wiethorn

      Nov 26. 2015

      Gelatin? Yuck

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    8. Kristi Ann Holt

      Nov 29. 2015

      Won’t open, curiosity is getting.to me. Anyone able to get directions and ingredients?

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    9. Joan Lamb

      Nov 30. 2015

      Who sells coconut milk powder?

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    10. Lisa Santiago

      Dec 01. 2015

      Terri Barker Santiago

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    11. You’all need to come back and finish the recipe instructions.

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    12. Terra Fleitz Hughes

      Dec 02. 2015

      jennifer Jennifer Byrd

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    13. Dolores Guzenski

      Dec 03. 2015

      Sprots

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    14. Dolores Guzenski

      Dec 03. 2015

      Sprouts, not sprots

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    15. Joan Lamb

      Dec 03. 2015

      Thank you but I don’t know of any Sprouts in the Bay Area.

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    16. Chantal Loiselle

      Dec 04. 2015

      Yes because the average chocolate sold in stores is junk!!

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    17. Lori Busse Lamke

      Dec 04. 2015

      Why not just break off a piece of very dark chocolate 85-90% cacao and eat?

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    18. Jas Varsanyi'

      Jan 02. 2016

      Kyle Guillet

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    19. Coralee Dewling

      Mar 06. 2016

      1 1/4 cup boiling water
      3 Tbsp gelatin
      1/2 cup cold water
      1/2 cup cocoa powder
      1/2 cup coconut milk powder
      1 cup coconut oil
      1/3 cup raw honey (here is how to melt it and retain its benefits)
      1 Tbsp vanilla
      pinch sea salt
      additional coconut oil for greasing baking dish
      Directions:

      Grease a glass baking dish with coconut oil and set aside
      In a small sauce pan, boil 1 1/4 cups water
      Then, in a high powered blender, add the gelatin and 1/2 cold water
      Allow it to sit and “bloom” for a few minutes — that’s fancy talk for allowing it to gel
      Note: I LOVE coconut milk powder and think these are the most delicious with half coconut milk powder and half cocoa powder. If you would like, you can use only cocoa powder for a really chocolatey hot chocolate square. I add the coconut first and top off with the cocoa.
      Next, add the rest of the ingredients to the blender
      Blend until liquefied
      Pour into your greased baking dish
      Place into your fridge until set
      Slice into cubes and enjoy!
      I store mine cut up in a plastic bag for easy access, they last up to one week in the fridge
      Makes about 25 one inch cube

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    20. Kay Fleisher Massie

      Mar 06. 2016

      Ryan Massie

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    21. yum

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    22. Mallory Hopkins

      Mar 06. 2016

      Treva Womack Cornett

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    23. Rosa Bass

      Mar 07. 2016

      James Bass

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    24. GetOffMeds

      Apr 01. 2016

      Great post about addiction. Thanks for the information.

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    25. Donna Marie

      Apr 01. 2016

      Jacquelyn Bienvenu Stephens

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    26. Baruch Inbar

      Jul 16. 2016

      Gelatin is made from pig and horse hooves. There are better, plant based alternatives such as agar agar.

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    27. PiFul

      Jul 17. 2016

      Yes! Try the Paleo hacks http://tinyurl.com/hxac7gf

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    28. PiFul

      Jul 17. 2016

      Nice! You’ve got to try this Coconut Oil, Honey & Apple Cider Vinegar product! http://tinyurl.com/znrvbgf

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    29. Natural Healing Zone

      Jul 17. 2016

      heck yes<3

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    30. Natural Healing Zone

      Jul 17. 2016

      Tremendous I love healthy living

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    31. Sandra Alcozer

      Aug 02. 2016

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    32. barbara

      Aug 02. 2016

      tried this recipe and shared it…….the texture was yuckee. When I explained the health benefits is was more acceptable:)

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    33. Kathy Pottinger

      Aug 10. 2016

      Get cooking!

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    34. TCM Healing Secrets

      Sep 26. 2016

      Amazing very informative

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    35. Donna Dorsey

      Sep 26. 2016

      If your concerned about sugar content in dark chocolate, you could use raw cacao powder with stevia extract or monk fruit for sweetening the recipe

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    36. Elsie Natale

      Sep 26. 2016

      The real chocolate pure nosugar nomilk

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    37. Shirley Babicz

      Dec 28. 2016

      Just what I need. However no energy to make

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    38. Ana Linares

      Dec 28. 2016

      Lorena Linares Maria Jordan

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    39. Janine Muller Foley

      Dec 28. 2016

      Lisa Muller-Leo let’s go!!!

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    40. European Home Remedies

      Dec 29. 2016

      ltnc, thx for posting

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    41. Kangen Ukon Turmeric

      Dec 29. 2016

      Agreed Cool post thanks a lot

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    42. Kangen Ukon Turmeric

      Dec 29. 2016

      Anything about this is so important

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    43. Natural Healing Zone

      Dec 29. 2016

      Yup Indeed

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    44. Natural Healing Zone

      Dec 29. 2016

      I always adore everything about Natural health

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    45. Nancy Clark Harding

      Dec 29. 2016

      Paula Clark Dragonetti

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