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That's me. The bald guy. Hard to believe but already more than 25 years falling in love with cacao and chocolate. The Cacao Chef beside me is UV Feldman. I specifically say "CACAO CHEF" because UV is turning everything we know about chocolate to be much healthier by using the unknown miraculous parts and functional benefits of the Whole Cacao.

Chocolate Chips

Usually made with instant cocoa powder and lost all the unbelievable dessert qualities of this rich beverage that sometimes feels like a pure melted chocolate ice cream in a glass.
Most Mochas you can find are made with chocolate syrup or cocoa powder instead of letting those to amazing beans collaborate and use only the purest form of chocolate - 100% cacao - and a delicious light roasted espresso for a fruity finish. Here's the ONLY mocha recipe allowed for true mocha lovers.
That's the granola that you want to make at home if you fully understand the power of the whole cacao fruit. boosted with cacao nibs, 100% cacao chocolate and dried cacao fruit. for extra cacao benefits substitute the maple with pure cacao fruit and sweeten the granola with cacao only.
Chocolate and banana is one of our most memorable combinations from trips to the beach. This vegan recipe is taking that nostalgia into our modern wellness diet habits, for a fresh and healthy take on a classic.
The secret ingredient in this recipe is definitely the cacao crystals that naturally work so well with rich dark chocolate, lending these popsicles a twist thanks the cacao fruit's unique and refreshing flavor.
A recipe created for true cacao fans who understand all the known and unknown natural benefits in the “fruit of the Gods”, and choose to start their morning with an exciting boost of Whole Cacao - both fruit & beans.
Pudding used to be a sugary, dairy-heavy, forbidden treat, and now it's been reinvented. Discover intense chocolate pudding that's an everday reward, filled with cacao's natural benefits, and made with vegan oat milk.
Loads of coconut and loads of chocolate in one cookie - do we need to oversell this classic culinary couple any further?