Chocolate giant Hershey has said it will transition to simple ingredients and that “[f]or ingredients that may not be as simple, we will explain what they are”. You don’t need to hold your breath, though, because with Dr. LJ’s delicious raw fusion recipes, you can easily make your own healthy chocolate comfort foods using the ingredients you trust and choose.

Check out the mouth-watering chocolatey round-up below the fold:


Best Healthy Chocolate Recipes

No Kiddin' S'MoresNo Kiddin’ S’Mores Chocolate hazelnut dream pieChocolate Hazelnut Dream Pie Chocolate cakeNo-Bake Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Chia Coulis
Carob Crispy CandyCarob Candy Crispies Raw vegan chocolate hazelnut spreadNewtella Chocolate Hazelnut Spread Banana creme pieEasy as Banana Creme Pie
Lover's parfaitLover’s Parfait with Vanilla Creme fodmap cookies (2)Chocolate Chip Cookies (v2) Peanut butter joy bitesPeanut Butter Joy Bites
Mocha fudgeMocha Walnut Fudge Chocolate kale chipsCrunchy Chocolate Kale Chips Figgy Energy Balls
Green fusion barsGreen Fusion Energy Bars Chocolate puddingMagical Chocolate Pudding with Candy Shell Black bean cookiesChocolate Cappuccino Cookies

What is your must-have chocolate recipe?

From chocolate cakes to chocolate cookies, we’ve got it all. What is your favorite chocolate raw fusion recipe, either listed here or not? Share it in the comments below. We also accept requests, so let us know what chocolate treats you can’t live without, and we will consider developing a substitute recipe and posting it!

Cortney Cameron (Technical Director)

Cortney holds a B.A. in earth science from Duke University and an M.S. in earth science from North Carolina Central University, where she was an NSF Graduate Research Fellow from 2015 to 2017.

She has published and presented several scientific papers and abstracts in hydrology, seismology, and data analysis. She has also published poems, creative works, and articles in venues such as The Professional Geologist, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, Teen Newsweek, and EARTH Magazine.

Cortney is currently completing an MBA through Pedago's Smart.ly platform. She also earned an associate's degree from Wilkes Community College with a focus on health studies and was a certified EMT.

Cortney's main roles with the Natural Wellness Academy website are website management and assisting with business development plans. She is also creating several courses for the academy and hopes to utilize her scientific training to bring a complementary scientific perspective to the Academy's offerings.

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