My kids are becoming experts at reading labels and recognizing processed food. But they still love sweets and treats. Chocolate is a big hit at our house and so is this Paleo Chocolate jello…
It al started with our hot chocolate that turns into choco-gel pudding, which we discovered on accident after adding grass-fed gelatin to our hot chocolate (which, by the way makes it, thick and CREAMY). At our house we drink raw milk, but we have friends who can’t have dairy and we wanted to find something nice to serve when they come visit. So I tweaked the recipe a little bit and came up with Paleo Chocolate Jello substitute, which is grain-free, dairy-free and has no refined sugars. But is rich and decadent.
Recipe for Paleo Chocolate Jello
2 cans of coconut milk
3 TBSP grass-fed gelatin
1/4 cup raw cacao or unsweetened organic cocoa powder
Put in a stainless steel saucepan and whisk all ingredients until combined. Warm over medium heat until bubbles begin to form. Pour into desires container and chill in the refrigerator until firm. These also make delicious fudge pops, if you pour them into popsicle molds and freeze.
Do you have a favorite sweet, healthy treat! Please share it with me! I am always looking for great ideas to feed my kids!
Enjoy your paleo chocolate jello and let me know how you like it!
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