Recipe Directions

1. Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.

Satnam's Thoughts

By satnam

When I first tasted a cacao bean, I couldn’t stand it. Too bitter for me!

So I came up with this recipe, and now I truly enjoy my cacao. :-)

(And girls, it works really well if you’ve got menstrual cramps!)

I am not 100% raw, so I make this drink with oat milk, not nut mylk, but I can’t imagine why nut mylk wouldn’t work just as good, probably even better.

There might still be tiny pieces from the cacao, depends on your blender. If it’s a good blender, you can probably put in the whole beans instead of blending them to a powder first.

Feel free to double or triple the amount--some are more sensitive to this stuff than others.

I used to add a little agave to the drink, but I forgot it one morning and found out I didn’t need it. It was sweet enough without. But if you want it sweeter, add agave, honey, or whatever you prefer.

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I'm serious, this is the best ever!

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Sounds really yummy. thanks :) HC

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Just making this for breaky! Sounds utterly divine!

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:-D

I haven't had this in months - I'm very much of a period-person when it comes to food, it seems. I have the same thing for breakfast for weeks or even months, and then I change. But maybe I should have this again soon :-)

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I'm serious, this is the best ever!

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I've made this two or three times, adding more nutmilk and some cocoa to it. You're right, I think this did help! ;)

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Just making this for breaky! Sounds utterly divine!

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Sounds really yummy. thanks :) HC

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