chocolate candy

Cosmic Chocolate Balls 1

OMG these are good!  My friend Courtney has been making raw superfood chocolate treats for herself and her family, including her magical toddler son for several years and she’s definitely perfected the flavors, nutrition and art of making cosmic chocolate balls. Here’s the basic recipe for making Cosmic Chocolate Balls – they will definitely open you up to your most cosmic self! Cosmic Chocolate Balls 1/2 Cup Hemp Seeds 1/2 Cup Cacao Powder 1/2 Cup Lucuma 1/4 Cup Tocotrienols 1/4 Cup Carob Powder 1-2 tsp Blue Green Algae (use 1 tsp if you’re new to BG Algae) 1 Tbsp Ground […]

cosmic chocolate balls

How to make Raw Chocolate Candies 1

Making your own raw chocolate candies is super-easy and really rewarding because they are good for you and there are soooo many ways you can play with this basic recipe. Check out these excerpts from one of our raw superfood dinners where Melissa demonstrates how to make raw chocolate candies with Cacao Butter (for a more truffle-like candy) or with Coconut Oil and Chia Seeds (for a Nestle-crunch like candy): Here’s the link for watching this video on youtube: And here’s the basic recipe I used for this demonstration: Laura’s Bliss Kisses Enjoy!    


Energy Bars (or Melissa’s Happy Bars) 1

Ohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboy!  I’ve got a new favorite superfood staple food.  It doesn’t replace my love for Chocolate Bliss, but it sure does complement it well.  These energy bars are great when  you: 1.  Want to chew something instead of drink 2.  Are traveling and can’t take liquids or keep your Bliss cold (like on airplanes) 3.  Want some extra energy that’s sustainable and naturally derived from your extreme nourishment 4. Want a flavor sensation that is not quite savory, but not overly sweet either And, I always feel really really happy when I eat them.  It’s kind of like a giddy […]

Energy Bars

Laura’s Bliss Kisses – The Bliss-full Way To Travel 7

I like chocolate, especially when I can chew on it. Thankfully my friend and raw kitchen elf came up with this “bliss kiss” recipe.  I’ve found that when I make it with cacao butter (in place of coconut oil), it’s a particularly easy way to travel and still have my chocolate bliss fix. [Cacao butter will stay solid at room temperature after it’s been refrigerated once.  Kisses made with coconut oil need to stay frozen or refrigerated (I like frozen) so they don’t get mushy] When you play with your own variations, please comment what works best for you … […]

bliss kisses on hands