Matcha Cacao Truffles

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Looking for recipes with raw cacao? You’ve found it! Let’s talk about the benefits of raw cacao.

Have you ever thought about swapping out your cocoa powder for raw cacao? If so, that’s great. Recipes with raw cacao are super healthy and I have the perfect one that I would like to introduce to you. But before that, I want to explain the benefits you are getting for switching to a more plant-based alternative. It is called raw cacao.

The difference between raw cacao and cocoa powder.

I’m pretty sure that you’ve already heard of the importance stop eating cocoa powder. But no one ever told you about the exact reasons behind that. Both are the same bean, grown from the same plant. However, the way that they are broken down is what sets them entirely apart. Cocoa powder is made by drying, roasting, and grinding the beans once removed from the tree stem. Once this process is done, sugar is added, and the other method of making the cocoa powder begins. Raw cacao powder is made by cold pressing the beans once it’s removed so, therefore, preserving the majority of the health benefits that come from the beans.

I hear you, maybe we wondering; “if it’s the same bean from the same plant, aren’t benefits the same?” And the answer is no. Once you introduce sugar to the equation, all those healthy benefits jump off the window.

So don’t miss them, look at how many health benefits raw cacao has:

  • Filled with antioxidant
  • Helps with stress levels
  • reduce inflammation
  • Improve cholesterol levels
  • Regulate blood pressure
  • May help with diabetes control
  • May help with immune regulation
  • Great replacement for coffee
  • Perfect for your skin
  • and much more.

So now I’m sure you will agree that recipes with raw cacao will be a better option than those with cocoa powder.

Why you should exclude sugar from your daily consumption.

Have you ever heard the phrase that there’s no such thing as a good thing? Well, that’s precisely what it is when it comes to sugar. Sugar may taste okay to you, but there are so many side effects of eating sugar that you may not be aware of. Yes, it will give you excess weight gain and diabetes if you over-consume, but in reality, sugars doing much more than that to your body and mine. Like having constant sugar crashes that make us eat every snack we see , depression, fatigue, and much more. Eating sugar is the same as consuming alcohol because it is processed in our bodies the same way. So, by excluding sugar, you’re one step closer to a healthier, better you.

Great, so now you’re going to limit your sugar and eat raw cacao. Therefore, I have an excellent recipe for you to achieve both of those goals. The name of this recipe is called Matcha Cacao Truffles. This is a great-tasting snack or dessert and will give you that chocolate craving that you are looking for.

MATCHA CACAO TRUFFLES

This recipe is for you if you’re looking to:

– KEEP BLOOD SUGAR LEVELS UNDER CONTROL
– REDUCE INFLAMMATION
– HELP TO IMPOVE CHOLESTEROL LEVELS
– REGULATEs BLOOD PRESSURE
– HELP IMPROVE STRESS LEVELS
– HELP YOU ACHIEVE YOUR HAPPY WEIGHT
– KEEP YOU SATIATED UNTIL THE NEXT MEAL

For this recipe, I used Kensho Tea a very high-quality matcha tea. Get a 10% off from this amazing women-owned business with the code SANZA10 when you buy here.

Sustainable and Plant-based Lifestyle influencer shares her delicious Matcha Cocoa Truffle recipe

Matcha Cacao Truffles

the best sugar free snack you'll ever have!
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Snack
Calories 102

Equipment

  • high-speed blender

Ingredients

  • 3/4 cup coconut shredded
  • 9 Medjool Dates pitted
  • 3 tbsp cacao raw
  • 2 tbsp Matcha powder I used Kensho tea
  • 2 tbsp almond butter

Instructions

  • Place the coconut in the high-speed blender and blend until finely ground.
  • Add the rest of the ingredients, except for the Matcha tea, and blend until the mixture starts to stick together.
  • Using a tablespoon scoop the mixture and roll into balls
  • Roll each ball in Matcha powder and store in the fridge until firm.

Nutrition

Calories: 102kcalCarbohydrates: 15gProtein: 3gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 1mgPotassium: 163mgFiber: 2gSugar: 12gVitamin A: 152IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 21mgIron: 1mg
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