Mexican Chocolate Dippy Sauce Magic

Hot damn, this is truly the most delicious thing I have ever made! It is creamy chocolatey sex on a spoon! If there was a rating system for dessert this would be xxx so close your eyes kids cause this ain’t your grandma’s Angel Food cake! I just can’t get over it, I can’t. There are 3 ways to make this dippy sauce, the recipe just kept evolving and I had to push it to its full chocolate mystical magical limits.

The ingredient breakdown:

Avocado – Whaaaa? In a dessert? Yes! Avocados have such a creamy texture when blended and also take accompanied flavors well, not to mention they are also full of nutritional hugs:

  • Rich in potassium, magnesium, iron, and manganese.
  • A good source of vitamins such as Vitamins C, A, & E and even most B vitamins (except B12).
  • Folic Acid which offers support in adrenal gland function, anxiety, and fatigue. Folic Acid helps improve mood, & mental function.
  • Niacin (Vitamin B3) , it increases energy, is good for digestion, promotes hydrochloric acid production, helps regulate blood sugar, is a detoxifier, helps with migraines, enhances mood and has been used to stimulate sex drive… meow!
  • Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) is known as the “anti-stress” vitamin, it supports the adrenals by increasing production of cortisone and other adrenal hormones ultimately helping counteract stress and increases metabolic function.

Wow, Mr. Avocado, you are just a magically delicious green fruit of nutrition. You are also the prettiest shade of green I’ve ever seen.

Almond Butter – Almonds are considered to be a cancer preventing nut and are also high in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid.

Organic Cacao – A “superfood”, derived from the criollo bean, a cacao native to Peru, is an excellent source of fiber and a good source of protein.

Coconut Nectar – Has a low glycemic index with only 5g of sugar per tsp and also has 16 essential amino acids.

Cinnamon – A digestive aid that can stimulate weak digestion. A great post meal supplementation as it helps to reduce the feeling of indigestion or heartburn.

Cayenne – It stimulates salivary flow and increases digestive fluids in the stomach helping to promote the metabolic rate and release energy. It is commonly used as a detoxifier because of its blood purifying properties and it also increases fluid elimination and sweat.

Mexican Chocolate Dippy Sauce Recipe

I’m on this exciting journey of becoming a nutritional therapist and our mission is to heal people through food and healthy supplementation. This recipe is wonderful for anyone who is trying to beat the sugar demons yet still satisfy their sweet tooth. I will definitely recommend this to future clients, and they will forever love me for it!

Isn’t the nutritional and medicinal qualities of our food amazing!!?? Always think about your food in an abstract way, it can do much to support your health, even when disguised as sexual chocolate.


Cholesterol needs your lovin’ too

Wow, it’s been a little while since my last blog post. Life… it sure does know how to get in the way sometimes. Adulting is hard work! I am pretty active on the good ol’ Instagram, so if you look to the right of my page here just give me a little clicky-poo to follow. If you are using a cell phone scroll all the way to the bottom. Also, please subscribe to my blog so you don’t miss any of my health bombs….. don’t say bomb on an airplane.

I know I talked about fats a few blog posts ago, but my goodness it still has me all riled up! Every day I hear people talk about eating low fat, eating egg whites (eat the yolks people, that is where the magic’s at!) or cutting back on things like butter, eggs, and meat because of high cholesterol. I won’t go into fat again, even though this is pretty much the same subject, but I will address the cholesterol non-sense. Cholesterol is not the bad guy, the fat phobia of our nation has made this the culprit when in fact evidence shows the lack of nutrient dense foods are the real culprit in today’s modern diet. Fat is the hero, low fat sugary diets are the devil. If you are reading this and have bad cholesterol, look at your overall diet. What are you eating? Are you eating “clean” real foods, organic grass-fed meats, saturated fats? Or are you eating starchy processed carbs, refined sugars, lunch meat, cheese from plastic, food that never expires, processed foods, and cooking with vegetable oils? Quality of food is so important, try to always eat hormone-free, non-GMO, organic, grass-fed, cage free… or as I like to call them, happy dead animals.

Cholesterol, in its unprocessed state, is extremely important:

  • It is good for many of your hormones (including the sex hormones, hubba hubba ) and adrenals.
  • Cholesterol helps the body use Vitamin D properly. This is important to your bones, nerves, metabolism, muscles, immunity, fertility, and insulin production.
  • Digestion is critical in overall health, cholesterol aids the liver in making bile salts. Bile is critical in the absorption of fat. Low Cholesterol can also lead to digestive disruptions such as leaky gut.
  • It is an antioxidant
  • Cholesterol is used by your serotonin receptors, the happy feel good chemical. Studies have shown that people with violent and aggressive behaviors to have low cholesterol.
  • Breast feeding babies need Cholesterol for proper brain and eye development.
  • Cholesterol also repairs damaged cells. This makes it very important to have cholesterol in our diets as we age.

Where are you my beautiful cholesterol?

  • Eggs (the whole egg)
  • Animal fats & Butter, Best news ever! Eat butter everyday all day. You’re welcome!
  • Shellfish
  • Organ Meats
  • Fish and Fish Oils
  • Grass-fed meats

So eat it up, real food is the answer every time. The modern diet has turned into quick-to-prepare packaged foods which are stripped of the necessary vitamins and minerals needed for homeostasis. So instead of pointing fingers at the real foods, foods our bodies can recognize and digest, fingers should be pointed at the real enemy here, fake food made in a factory that never expire.