facebook_pixel
Search
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Filter by Type
Products
Blogs
Recipes
Events
Pages
Purchase this Product and Earn 67 Reward Points ($0.00)
Sale!
Product_Chocolate_Making_Ultimate_Pack

Chocolate Making Ultimate Pack

5 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Earn 67 Reward Points
$91.38 $67.70

Afterpay
4 payments of $16.93 with Afterpay
Available for orders between $55.00 - $1,000.00

 

All the ingredients you need to make your own healthy, delicious chocolate!

Includes Cacao Melts, Coconut Oil 500ml, Rapadura Sugar 1kg, Seaweed Salt 500g and 69 Shades of Chocolate Recipe e-Book

View Chocolate Making Starter Pack here

SKU: Ipkg-chocult Categories: ,

All the ingredients you need to make your own healthy, delicious chocolate!

Includes Cacao Melts, Coconut Oil 500ml, Rapadura Sugar 1kg, Seaweed Salt 500g and 69 Shades of Chocolate Recipe e-Book

3 reviews for Chocolate Making Ultimate Pack

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I loved this pack even before I got it, I was so excited to use it. I have made a couple of items from the ebook already. The recipes are easy, have few ingredients, are quick to make and the treats were so yummy. Love this book and chocolate making pack.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Purchased the limited edition Easter Pack. Love being able to still have my chocolate fix!

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    I just love this pack. It has everything you need to make beautiful, beautiful healthy chocolate. The e-book is chock full of great recipes. A must for all chocoholics out there!

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 

* Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free, Egg Free, Grain Free, Vegan

 

Benefits of Cacao

  • 100% organic natural chocolate
  • Contains many nutrients such as magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and vitamin C
  • High in antioxidants, amino acids and minerals
  • No additives or colourings
  • Gluten free, suitable for vegans
  • Perfect for snacks

History of Cacao

Cacao, or Theobroma cacao, is the source of original, natural chocolate. It comes from seeds of the fruit of the cacao tree.

Native to the tropical regions of Central and South America, the evergreen cacao tree grows small, white flowers throughout the year, which are pollinated by tiny flies. The fruit, called a cacao pod, then grows. It is an oval shape, and changes from a yellowish colour to more of an orange when ripe and weighs about a pound. Each pod contains a white fruit with around 40-50 seeds, usually called beans. The white flesh is eaten or made into juice in some countries. The beans are the main ingredient for chocolate and cocoa powder. The fat from the seeds is the source of cocoa butter.

Our Cacao Melts story

From when I first started Changing Habits, I have been telling everyone
that Chocolate can be good for you.  However, I found that most of the
chocolate being made is tainted with hydrogenated vegetable oils,
additives, preservatives, colours, flavour, powdered milk solids, soy,
protein isolates, lecithin, and much more.  In fact some chocolates had
no chocolate what so ever, it was all fake.

I would eat these types of chocolate and feel sick.  So I stopped eating
chocolate until I discovered good quality chocolate made with just a
few ingredients.  I have to tell you that these were not easy to find
and when I did find them, they were very expensive.  One day it dawned on me
that I could make my own, but it wasn’t always easy to find good
ingredients. If I could find the ingredients, they were expensive,
especially cacao butter (this is expensive because it is actually made
for the cosmetic industry as a primary product).  

Then one day I had this thought – could I make chocolate from the cacao
bean or nibs? I went into the kitchen and tried but it didn’t work.  To
cut a long story short, I knew that the cacao butter was extracted from
the cacao powder and I wanted to know whether I could have the chocolate before
the process of extraction of these two products.  My hunter husband went
looking for me and I have not stopped making chocolate since the day he
bought it home from South America.  I make chilli lime chocolate,
peppermint, lemon myrtle, coconut ruff, gogi and coconut. To make these flavoured chocolates I get my pure essential oils from Twenty8. Click here to purchase these oils.  I’ve also
been making, drinks, ganash, fruit covered in chocolate, cakes,
chocolate chip cookies, icings, the list is endless.  You name it, the
versatility of cacao bean not separated into the butter and the powder
has far exceeded my expectations. All are delicious!!!

Changing Habits is very excited to offer our Cacao
Melts… The cacao bean is gently roasted, crushed and tempered. The liquified cacao is then conveniently shaped into melts so that you can use them easily for many of your chocolate
recipes. 

To flavour your chocolate peppermint, lime and orange, click here to visit the Twenty8 site.


Disclaimer
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the Food and
Drug Administration. The information contained regarding this product is
intended for education and information purposes only. This information
is not intended to be used to diagnose, prescribe or replace medical
care. The product described herein is not intended to treat, cure,
diagnose, mitigate or prevent any disease. Please refer to our
Disclaimer regarding our products.

Gut Healing Recipes eBook

Receive our Classics Made Healthy Recipe eBook

Plus subscribe to our newsletter

X