Everyone loves a good healthy chocolate recipe.

By good, I mean; it tastes good, it’s good for you and you don’t have you spend a ton of time shopping or in the kitchen creating it.

With this in mind, we are excited to launch our favourite recipes that are designed to curb sugar cravings, replace nutrients lost from sugar consumption and heal sugar erosion.

So in today’s Sweet Freedom recipe, we are showing you how to make a healthy chocolate snack that will satisfy your sugar cravings without causing any harm to your body.

This recipe was a HUGE hit at our Sweet Freedom Retreat and was a huge revelation for those who didn’t believe you could make a healthy chocolate recipe so delicious!

Big Love and Hugs,


Nut Pucks Recipe

? Ingredients ?

Healthy Chocolate Coating
  • 1 cup melted coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 cup raw cacao powder
  • 1 tbsp lacuma powder
  • large pinch sea salt
Nut Pucker Dough:
  • 1/2 cup almond butter (Strong uses raw organic almond butter)
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp maca powder
  • 1 tbsp mesquite powder
  •  sea salt to taste

? Instructions ?

Healthy Chocolate Coating

In a double boiler (or a glass bowl over a pot of simmering water) melt coconut oil, add maple syrup and whisk to combine.

When completely homogenous (well blended), remove from heat and sift in cacao powder, lacuma powder, and add sea salt.

Fill silicon moulds or paper muffin cups with enough liquid chocolate to cover the bottom, about 2-3 mm in depth. You want just enough to cover and have a base that holds the chocolate but not too much as you have the majority of the chocolate covering the top of the nut pucker dough.

Place in the fridge or freezer and cool until solid, about five minutes.

Nut Pucker Dough:

Make the nut pucker dough by combining the remaining ingredients until a “dough ball” is formed. Add salt to taste and don’t worry if you can taste the salt as it provides a great contrast to the chocolate coating.

Roll the dough into chickpea (or bigger if you prefer more filling) size balls.

Place a ball on the chocolate base and gently flatten them not touching the edges of the cup, leaving enough room around the edges for the chocolate to fill in.

Pour just enough liquid chocolate to cover the nut pucker dough, making sure to cover the filling completely. Place in the freezer to harden for 30 minutes.

The nut pucks are ready to remove when they easily release from the moulds. If not, just pop them back in the freezer until they do.


Our Sweet Freedom Fighters on our 21 Day Sugar-Free Challenge voted this Nut Puck Recipe to be their favourite go-to-sweet-treat to satisfy their taste buds anytime they experienced strong sugar cravings.

Finally, feel free to post your finished result in the Facebook Group!


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