Gorgeous raw chocolates with a raspberry rose caramel filling. This delightful recipe by Niki Behjousiar is full of exotic promise and doesn't disappoint
Peanut butter, caramel, chocolate; what's not to love about these tasty morsels!
Its gruesome and ghastly, it's spooky and sinister.... A twisted treat for the kids of all ages, its our Raw Chocolate Halloween Fondue!
This recipe came about when we had a friend round for an impromptu meal one Sunday and a spur-of-the-moment dessert was needed and our mate Derek gave it the thumbs up!
This guest recipe by the lovely Eva Killeen of The Nourished Lifestyle brings another healthy take on the classic millionaires shortbread
Flavoured with organic peppermint oil, these raw peppermint creams are the real deal for after dinner mints
Mix together raw cacao powder, virgin coconut oil and your favourite liquid sweetener for our super simple raw chocolate sauce that takes minutes to make.
These quick and simple truffles could easily pass as energy balls. Just a few ingredients, blitz and you're done.
Smoothies are great any time of the day or year, but somehow they tast even better during the summer. Its probably all that lovely fresh fruit that's available this time of year.
We asked one of our lovely customers, Nicki Hughes to create a guest recipe for us, as she's always posting some lovely photos on social media and always spreading the raw chocolate love!
These Raw Cacao Brownie Bites include cacao in its natural, raw form, helping to create a rich chocolate treat that is packed with antioxidants.
There's nothing quite like a lovely chocolate sauce to drizzle over a dessert or ice cream and this raw version is so simple to make.
A sensational seasonal delight that is raw chocolate strawberry ice cream made with fresh strawberries and plenty of raw cacao.A guest recipe by Amy Lyons of Fragrant Vanilla Cake.
We all know that nuts go well with chocolate, but dates are often over looked. In fact, dates go fabulously well with chocolate, adding a chewy gooeyness.
Everyone loves a smooth chocolate truffle, and this recipe is as good as they come. Inspired by the Double-Dunked Raw Chocolate Truffle from Jessica Fenton's Raw Chocolate Recipes, with our own twist for a darker richer experience.
This little beauty of a recipe is more than a little reminiscent of a well known confectionery, but as always is the healthy version. Kindly donated by Victoria Leith.
We've taken our raw chocolate truffle recipe and turned it in to a super charged raw version of a classic coffee & walnut cake! You'll need a food processor and blender for this recipe.
Here's a raw vegan version of a classic Millionaire's Shortbread, that goes perfectly with a nice cuppa.
Here's a raw chocolate take on a well-known mainstream chocolate bar with a lovely coconut filling, but a darn sight more healthy for you. This recipe is from one of our fab customers, Mark West.
A spicey little number for you which is perfect for this festive time of year, but equally as tasty at any time. You will need some of our amazing crystalised ginger for this recipe, so if you haven't got some already you'll need a few days to make that first, or substitute for fresh grated ginger that you dry with kitchen roll first.
A decadent creamy chocolate pudding that's worth indulging yourself for. This is the first guest recipe to our site, so if it inspires you send us your recipes and we'll publish the best.
The perfect raw chocolate drink for when the weather's warm and you don't fancy a hot chocolate. A quick and simple recipe for kids of all ages that's packed full of goodness.
This a great recipe is for something a little different to just raw chocolates and it only takes about 10 minutes to make, so ideal if you're pushed for time; and of course it tastes great!
Ideally you will need a food processor to make it, but if you don't have one then you can also use a blender.
We love smoothies, especially for breakfast, as they are a great way of getting loads of good stuff in easily, without having to do too much chewing.
This quick and easy recipe is a great starting point, but you can easily adapt it to your preferences or to what you have in the cupboard.