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Gut-healing Chocolate Easter Eggs

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Gut-healing Chocolate Easter Eggs

Oh my lordy! I think I just died and went to easter egg heaven (can you imagine such a place?) This recipe was borrowed from one of our beautiful customers, Anna. She posted this on her IG page: @fitgirlwithcurls so be sure to head over and give her some love. <3

This girl always comes up with the best ways to use our Perfect Supp's so if you're after inspiration, motivation and recipe ideas head over there.

But not before you read this blog he he ;)

Anna said the healthy chocolate easter egg recipe was adapted by a recent recipe I share for Valentine's Day - Passionate Chocolate but she said that she had to adjust the recipe so that the chocolate would work in the mould and she did this by adding peanut but you could use any nut butter (cashew, almond, brazil or macadamia).

Gut-healing Chocolate Easter Eggs


  • Cacao butter block or buttons 1/2 cup (chopped up)
  • Perfect Organic Coconut Oil 1/2 cup
  • Organic* maple syrup 1/2 cup
  • Organic* raw cacao powder 1/2 cup
  • Perfect Hydrolyzed Collagen Powder 1 soop
  • Sugar-free Peanut butter or other nut butter 1/4 cup 

You will also need silicone easter egg mould which you can buy for around $3 form Coles supermarket and a Pyrex glass bowl if you don't have one. These can be found in supermarkets and selected kitchen stores.


  1. Gather all of your ingredients and chop up the cacao butter if using the block kind
  2. In a medium sized sauce pan add about 1/4 of water and boil
  3. Place a pyrex glass bowl on top then add in your cacao and when it has softened down (not melted) ...
  4. Add in the coconut oil, maple syrup, cacao, collagen and peanut butter and whisk vigorously with a whisk or wooden spoon until forms a paste-like consistency
  5. Grab your silicone easter egg moulds and scoop in the chocolate mixture and with a spatula, clean up the tops. Save a little of this chocolate mixture to help glue the eggs together (if you want whole eggs)
  6. Put into the fridge for 2 hours to set
  7. Take out of fridge and remove from the moulds by gently turning inside-out until they pop right out
  8. When set if you decide you'd like to make whole solid eggs instead of halves then you will need to mould the eggs together with the leftover chocolate mixture
  9. Grab the two halves and with a spatula, paint a thin layer of chocolate mixture and press together. You may need to wipe off any excess.
  10. Pop back into the freezer for another hour and when set take out and eat
  11. Store in the fridge as they can melt quite easily.



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