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This raw chocolate shake recipe is so simple but so divine. Served chilled in a tall cold glass, it's a true treat.
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    1 serving
  • Yield

    1 large smoothie
  • Shelf Life

    Consume immediately
  • Equipment

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Blend!
  • 2. Adjust measurements to suit your taste.I like to go easy on the cocoa powder and then add more if necessary.
  • 3. Enjoy this raw chocolate shake recipe!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Raw chocolate shake recipes have saved the day once again. Over the past few days I've had some sweet-tooth cravings, I'm not afraid to admit it. In order to quell the sweet tooth, I've been making more desserts than normal.

The following raw chocolate shake recipe is so simple but so divine. Served chilled in a tall cold glass, it's a true treat. I am drinking this shake as I type this!

This recipe is perfect for one person.

Nutrition Overview

B+grade
  • This recipe is very low in Sodium.
  • This recipe is an amazing source of Vitamin B6.
  • This recipe is a good source of Protein, Dietary Fiber, Iron, and Vitamin C.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Riboflavin, and Vitamin K.

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I've been on a raw diet for 17 days now. I really don't know how I found you but, I'm happy I did. For the last couple of days I've tried a few things ( breakfast bowl , green drink today yummie!!!!!! .
Now, as I type and sip. I made the Raw Chocolate Shake.... OMG... GOOD!!!!
I took the suggestions from the other post and added mine... I'm not a cook by far!!!! Believe me I'm not . The few things that I've learned I went to mixing. Because I like creamy .. I used
1/2 of cashew milk ( your receipt )
1/2 cup of ice ( probably more)
1/4 avocado
Then added the rest of your receipt . I really think I can do Raw because of you.
Thank You ,Thank You....

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I added chia seeds to mine to give it a little more.

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Love it Kate!!

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Just to rock everybody's world, botanically the cashew is a seed, not a nut. Crazy health fact hey?! Cashews are marketed to the general population as a nut...probably because the phrase "roasted nuts" is more appealing to most than "roasted seeds". For me though seeds are not just for the birds!
So technically this recipe is a tasty nut free recipe, it just depends what health circle you follow! (^∇^)☆☆☆☆☆

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lol, thanks for sharing, Brooke! :)

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I can't wait to try this one. :) I was looking for a new smoothie recipe for breakfast this week. Is this more of a treat or is it something that could be had for breakfast? Thanks :)

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Katelin, you can have this whenever you want!!! :) Enjoy!!!

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Hi! My name is Maria, and I am the editorial assistant at KrisCarr.com. We would love to feature your recipe on the website (with credit to you, of course). Please e-mail me if you are interested at maria@crazysexywellness.com. Thank you!

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Hi Maria! So excited to be featured at KrisCarr.com. Thanks for reaching out :)

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This is so delicious! I used to make something similar in the colder months with tahini and vanilla instead of cashews; warmed a little, it's very comforting on a cold day.

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Mmm, that sounds delicious, Kate. :)

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This is sooo amazing! I missed a good chocolate recipe for so long. And now I finally found a good one :D I replaced the honey with coconut sugar :)

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Hi Judith! Good substitute! :)

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Honey in the ingredients? I thought "The Rawtarian" was a raw vegan blog...

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Hi No Para Innita... Thanks for your comment.... You can use agave nectar or maple syrup or any other sweetener of your choice :)

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I know.
Please don't say it's a vegan blog if you exploit bees.

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Exploit bees?!?! LOLOLLLLL! They make honey whether we use it or not, and this is using their natural resources, a product they already make. Beekeeping is GOOD for hive health and colony development! Comments like this are why so many people roll their eyes when they hear "I'm a vegan." Do you live in Portland, too?

To the author of this recipe, thank you for sharing such wonderful recipes. I am currently loving on them. I would like to note that this is listed in the "nut-free" section, but it's not nut-free. :) Thanks again for your thoughtful sharing.

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Thanks for pointing that out, Heather (nut-free...not!). I have fixed that! And I'm glad you enjoy my recipes! :)

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So I take it you are not a vegan cause based on what you said then the dairy farmer has all the right to take a mothers milk cause "They make...milk... whether we use it or not, and this is using their natural resources, a product they already make. dairy farming is GOOD for ...cows...health and...herd... development!"
See what I did there.
It makes no difference if it's something they make anyway. The point is that they did not make it for US. They make it for themselves and what right do we have stealing it!
It's a fair request, to not misrepresent ones self. She could have put honey or vegan alternative in the recipe.

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You should be some research of what veganism means. If she (Rawtarian) use the term "vegan" in her blog, she can't use/promote honey. Period.

Honey is not vegan (it's the same silly opinion of vegetarians can use/promote fish, fish is not vegetarian). End of discussion.

And "rolling eyes" are not relevant. Really. Who cares.

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You should be doing* - I mean

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Hi,
I was having chocolate cravings today and because this was a late breakfast (very hungry) my smoothie had almond milk, a teaspoon of coconut oil and a big cup of frozen blueberries added to your recipe, oh my!!! delicious!!!
My meat eater husband want to make ice cream with it!!

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I don't blame him, Isabel! :)

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I tried this recipe for breakfast and changed 2 bananas to 1 banana and a pear! It was soooooo yummy- I cant wait to try more of your recipes!!!

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An interesting swap, Bryony! Thanks for sharing! :)

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I have been doing something very similar to this for me and my kids. I do a couple of things different: 1) I use frozen bananas (cut up to minimize the wear on the blender), and I sweeten with a very small amount of stevia. The bananas are actually pretty sweet on their own (we freeze them at maximum ripeness) but the stevia takes the sweetness to the "Ice Cream" threshold.

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Hi John, Great tips here -- stevia is a great sweetener - I use it a lot myself

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Great recipe! However, I am really trying to stay away from any sweeteners outside the fruit pyramid. therefore, i substituted the honey for one pitted date. it turned out delicious and my two year old loved it! anything healthy my child likes is alright by me. Thanks for the recipe!

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