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This superfood hot chocolate homemade recipe is made with cashew milk (or other non-dairy nut milk), dates, cashew butter, cacao powder, collagen powder, maca powder, and ground cinnamon.

This superfood hot chocolate homemade recipe is made with cashew milk (or other non-dairy nut milk), dates, cashew butter, cacao powder, collagen powder, maca powder, and ground cinnamon. Read to learn how to make hot chocolate with cacao powder.

This superfood hot chocolate homemade recipe is:

 

  • dairy-free
  • gluten-free
  • warm
  • buttery
  • creamy
  • sweet
  • chocolaty
  • filled with superfoods
This hot chocolate homemade recipe is made with cacao powder, maca powder, and cashew butter. Superfood hot chocolate recipe is high in protein, dairy-free, and made with the best ingredients.

How To Make Hot Chocolate With Cacao Powder:

 

I found that blending a hot liquid with the cacao powder yielded a hot chocolate that was well blended and creamy, and therefore, not grainy. And, I tested this hot chocolate with hemp seed milk, cashew milk, and almond milk.

Cashew milk yielded a creamy and buttery taste compared to the others. Since this recipe eliminates maple syrup, a common sweetener in vegan hot chocolates, I feel that the cashew milk adds a buttery sweet taste without the added sugar.

So grab all the ingredients. Heat cashew milk or another nut milk, cashew butter and dates in a small pot. Whisk the butter and nut milk until thoroughly combined (a few minutes), and then heat the milk until the dates are soft.

Transfer the milk mixture to a blender or Vitamix. Add cacao powder (not cocoa powder), collagen protein powder, maca powder, and ground cinnamon. Blend the ingredients and gradually increase the speed from low to high for 1-2 minutes.

You can immediately consume the hot chocolate, or you can transfer it to glass bottles and refrigerate overnight. I found that chilled hot chocolate lasts 1-2 days.

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Superfood Hot Chocolate Homemade Recipe


  • Author: Lorally B
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 24 ounces 1x
  • Category: Hot Drinks
  • Method: Blend

Description

This DELICIOUS superfood hot chocolate homemade recipe is made with cashew milk, dates, cashew butter, cacao powder, collagen powder, maca powder, and ground cinnamon. It’s allergen-friendly, including dairy free, gluten free, and refined sugar-free.


Ingredients

Hot Chocolate Homemade Recipe Ingredients


Instructions

How To Make Hot Chocolate With Cacao Powder

Heat cashew milk, cashew butter and dates in a small pot over low heat; whisk until butter and milk thoroughly combine; heat until dates are soft, about 8-10 minutes. Transfer milk to a blender or Vitamix. Add cacao powder, collagen protein powder, maca powder, and ground cinnamon. Blend ingredients in the blender gradually increasing the speed from low to high for 1-2 minutes. Serve immediately.

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