I have the absolute pleasure of sharing with you one of the recipes from my soon-to-be-released book: a book entirely dedicated to raw chocolate and cacao recipes. Today I am sharing a recipe for Raspberry Rose Shatavari Chocolate Delights.
I have been working with cacao for many years, and this book has been a long time coming. Cacao is, as many of us know, a nutritional powerhouse, rich in healthy fats, fibre, magnesium, and iron, just to mention a few. However, cacao is also a beautiful plant medicine, and with the right intention, can be used for ceremonial purposes and ritual, as a heart-opening elixir, and for spiritual purposes.
In this recipe, I have combined cacao with raspberries, rose, and Shatavari. Raspberries and cacao are a delicious combination, complementing each other perfectly.
Shatavari is one of my favourite herbs for reproduction. The name Shatavari translates to “having one hundred roots”, and sometimes to “having one hundred husbands” due to its history of being used for the reproductive system (The Benefits of Shatavari, 2021).
Rose essential oil has been added to the recipe for its incredible aroma, and as a symbol of femininity, grace, and beauty.
I hope you love this recipe and have fun re-creating it in your own kitchen.
Here is a recipe for Raspberry Rose Shatavari Chocolate Delights featuring the herb, Shatavari – a perfect herb for the reproductive system. 1 1/3 cup fresh raspberries
Raspberry Rose Shatavari Chocolate Delights
1 tbsp maple syrup
3 tbsp chia seeds
1 tsp Organic Shatavari Powder
1/8 tsp vanilla bean powder
2 drops rose essential oil
150 grams melted dark chocolate (recipe below)
Here is a recipe for Raspberry Rose Shatavari Chocolate Delights featuring the herb, Shatavari – a perfect herb for the reproductive system.
1 1/3 cup fresh raspberries
80 grams cacao paste
Classic Dark Chocolate Recipe
2 tbsp coconut oil
2 tbsp maple syrup or raw honey
1/8 tsp sea salt
80 grams cacao paste
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The Benefits of Shatavari. (2021). Banyan Botanicals. https://www.banyanbotanicals.com/info/plants/ayurvedic-herbs/shatavari/