Paleo Super Spicy Chocolate Milk

Paleo Super Spicy Chocolate Milk
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This Mexican hot chocolate is a real treat for Paleo followers. To get around this try our super simple almond milk recipe which is just two ingredients and two steps. This cup of hot chocolate is so spicy, it’ll make your head spin! January 17, 2013 – 5: 10 pm Brød og elefanter Dear Sarah, I made your hot super-chocolate and put it in my blog, with links to your original recipe and your blog. Also, a note: if you use canned coconut milk like me, heat up the dry ingredients in a few tablespoons of water FIRST, whisking to make sure they dissolve, and then stir in the milk.

Thick and Creamy Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate (Paleo, Gluten free, Grain free, Dairy Free Option). Also fellow readers, this recipe is super thick and filling, but it ROCKS! What’s better than a toasty cup of hot chocolate on a cold winter day? After reading how commercial cocoa powder that we buy in store is super processed, low on actual cacao, and stripped of nutrients, I started to experiment with raw cacao. 1 can full fat coconut milk (where to buy BPA and additive free coconut milk). Heat up for 30 seconds to make sure your hot chocolate is super hot!

This Mexican chocolate avocado mousse is creamy and decadent, with a hint of cinnamon and a little bit of heat. Here, avocados and coconut milk stand in for the traditional ingredients. New York Times Bestselling author Elana Amsterdam founded Elana’s Pantry, a go-to website for easy, healthy, grain-free, Paleo recipes, in 2006. Today we’re making Mexican Hot Chocolate Cookies! I made some super delicious grain free, gluten free, dairy free, paleo salted caramel chocolate cupcakes.

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