BeekeepingNo Guilt Healthy Hot Chocolate Mix

No Guilt Healthy Hot Chocolate Mix

If you love hot chocolate but not the guilt of consuming it check out this recipe for no guilt healthy hot chocolate recipe.
Hot chocolate was used up until nineteenth century for treating liver and stomach diseases and as a special drink.

No Guilt Healthy Hot Chocolate Mix

However, these days, people treat this warm concoction as beverages to sip and savor. Hot chocolate is thin and frequently made through combining hot water with powder, even if you can find more gourmet and authentic varieties in cafes and restaurants. But, nothing beats a hot chocolate mix.
Drinking hot chocolate isn’t seasonal. If you are a type of person who loves drinking hot chocolate, you can make hot chocolate anytime.

Unfortunately, not all people drink hot chocolate often because of its sugar content and some kinds of hot chocolate mixes in the market are full of garbage toxins and chemicals.
But, you do not really need to worry about this because you can make hot chocolate on your own.

If you are not much for high sugar content like Heidi, you can still enjoy hot chocolate anytime you want. If you think it’s impossible, Healing Harvest Homestead has a recipe that will help you add different sugar alternatives and cocoas.

It is a herbal hot chocolate mix that combines cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and cayenne and a quality cocoa.
The herbs you will find in Heidi’s hot chocolate mix have healing properties that can help you with your circulation problems and its cocoa is also packed with healthy antioxidants.

Although this hot chocolate mix has sugar content, you can use an alternative sweetener for zero carbs but it isn’t much compared to other hot chocolate mixes. So, if you’ve been dying to enjoy hot chocolate every morning without worrying about its sugar level, why not try this recipe from?

This hot chocolate mix is something you shouldn’t miss, especially if you want a unique taste, but full of healthy benefits that are good for your body and well-being. Try it today and find out what makes it different from typical hot chocolate mix.

Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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