Organic Cacao Nibs: Eat Healthily Now Without Being Tempted To Eat Unhealthy Foods

One common notion people hold when it comes to their food is that if it is delicious, it is likely not good for you. These delicacies are likely over-sprinkled with unhealthy components like salt and sugar, which immediately triggers the reward system in our brains and ultimately makes us feel good.

That is not the case with raw cacao nibs. Considered as an Amazonian “superfood”, they are also good sources of nutrients such as iron and magnesium and is proven to contain up to 40 times more antioxidants compared to blueberries and wine combined.

With that being said, cacao nibs can be a great compliment to add more flavor to many of your meals. However, please note that truly Healthy and Good for you raw organic cacao nibs are bitter in taste and are slightly fermented...some experts even say the more bitter the more healthy they are.  And if you happen to be looking for ideas on how to incorporate them into your “healthy Meal Plana”, read through this article which hopefully can give you the sufficient information you need.

Cacao nibs in smoothies

With the worldwide trend of going healthy, smoothies have been the staple meal substitute for those who are looking to eat more healthy. With a mixture of all tasty fruits like mangoes, bananas, strawberries, and blueberries, along with select greens like kale and spinach, you can’t go wrong with this concoction.

But another way to take things a step further is by adding raw organic cacao nibs into the mix. Its semi bitter taste and crunchy texture definitely add to the overall flavor and experience of your everyday smoothie.

Feel free to use them as toppings, or you can blend them together with your fruit. Either way, you are doing it right.

 

Cacao nibs brownie bites

I don't usually classify brownies as a health food unless they are made from cacao nibs. And yes, it will still be as delicious and satisfying like the real thing.

For this one, you can go 100% healthy by using fruits like ripe bananas and avocados as the brownie base, instead of maple syrup that is loaded with sugar. Mash them together, and voila. You now have your brownie ball with lesser calories and guilt.

Incorporate the cacao nibs into the raw brownie ball, like how you would with chocolate chips to a cookie dough. Finish it off by rolling it onto your desired toppings, which can also be cacao powder to keep that consistent flavor going.

Finish the process off by refrigerating your batch, or freezing them to be thawed later.

The best part of this recipe is that there is no baking required, and you can prepare up 22 bite-sized treats in a half an hour, tops.

Cacao nib cookies

By now, you must already know how viable cacao nibs can be as a substitute for chocolate. It contains no sugar to put you at risk for diabetes, and it contains numerous nutrients to help strengthen your body’s entire system in various ways.

With that being said, we are presenting you with cacao nib cookies. They are pretty self-explanatory, and you can definitely enjoy them without worrying about your insulin levels spiking up.

If you have a sweet tooth, this probably won’t satisfy those urges that much. But for those who enjoy the more bitter taste that cacao brings, this is definitely going to be a treat for you.

 

Cacao nibs chia pudding

Being a chia pudding nut, this is actually a personal favorite of mine in this list. Chia pudding in itself is already tasty enough, but adding cacao nibs definitely brings everything to a whole new level.

I personally like how it adds a crunch factor into the pudding, as its bitter flavor adds variety to the overall taste. This has been a breakfast and snack staple of mine for a while now, and this is a recipe I’ve shared with people, many of whom enjoyed it as well.

If you want to make your pudding extra “chocolate-y”, feel free to add in some cacao powder as well. I won’t be surprised if this little concoction became your next favorite, as well.

Yogurt breakfast bowl with cacao nibs toppings  

You can never go wrong with yogurt breakfast fruit bowls. They are healthy, very easy to make, and simply delicious. You can also never go wrong with adding cacao nibs as its toppings.

For this fruity cacao breakfast bowl, I prefer using Greek yogurt base, bananas, and blueberries as my base ingredients. I would then mix in all three using a spoon until the yogurt turns into a purple hue from the blueberries.

This alone is already tasty enough, but to take it a step further, I would sprinkle some raw cacao nibs as toppings, along with some granola. You would not believe this is a healthy bowl with how great it tastes. It’s been my go-to breakfast meal for a while now, and I have absolutely no regrets.

Bonus item: Cacao popsicles

Popsicles are always a classic, an instant throwback to our young, carefree days as a kid playing outside under the sun. It’s always been the best way to beat the summer heat or to just indulge in something cold and tasty.

Cacao nibs can be used to make popsicles too. Similar to the brownie bits, it would be best to use fruits like ripened avocado as the base fruit to give a healthier touch. Add in some cacao powder as well to get that full chocolate taste, but without the added sugars.

Final Words

 

There are a lot of creative and delicious ways in which cacao nibs can be utilized. Not only do they add value to your meal, but it is also a healthy source of minerals and antioxidants that are beneficial to the human body in more ways than one.

Of course, it would be best to go with the organic option, and a good brand to go for would be Pure Natural Miracles. They are tasty enough to be snacked on by itself, but you can also add them into your cereals, yogurts and smoothie bowls, or make an entirely new cacao nibs creation of your own.

Many people have so far been satisfied with this product, so go ahead and try it for yourself!

 

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