overnight oats
Are you looking for a healthy breakfast for busy morning? By making overnight oats the night before a crazy day, you will have your breakfast ready the moment you wake up. You can eat it at home or pack it and bring it to work.
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Hot Buttered Rum
For those in the northern United States, winter can feel like a very long season. In Chicago, sip on a classic warm cocktail instead of braving the wind and snow that are so often the hallmarks of the season. We're loving this version from Roger Landes, bar manager at the dual concept Smyth and the Loyalist. 
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What do you get when you hand a bottle of the new Black Grouse whiskey to a proclaimed New York City mixologist and say, "Make me what you will"? A fantastic tasting cocktail. Frank Cisneros of the Gin Palace whipped up this sweet cocktail that highlights the whiskey's smokiness with a bit of citrus and — you guessed it — crème de cacao. 
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coconut cacao bites
This dessert has no processed sugar, and is gluten-free and raw vegan. The dates will satisfy any sweet tooth while cacao will satisfy the chocolate-lover. Coconut oil is composed of medium chain triglycerides, which are burned as energy rather than stored in the body as fat. All you need is a food processer to make and enjoy! — Dr. Scott Schreiber DC, DACRB, DCBCN, MS, LDN, Cert. MDT, CKTP, CNS.
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cupcakes
These cacao cupcakes are the perfect health-conscious sweet to serve when you are trying to keep an eye on your health during the holidays.Find more recipes, like this one at MyNutriCounter.
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Coffee Coconut Bliss Smoothie
Embrace the island flavors when you start your day with this energy-boosting, sweet smoothie. The coconut yogurt functions as a delicious and healthy dairy-free creamer. You can even freeze your yogurt the night before so the smoothie turns into a coffee coconut ice cream.
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Cookie Dough
These raw, plant-based bites are the perfect dessert for every kind of diet — raw, paleo, vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free. They’re also the perfect size for bringing to work, packing into kids’ lunches, or eating on the go.
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Best Martini Recipes
An espresso martini made with Dave's All Natural Coffee Syrup. This smoky, amber syrup is made with only Brazilian Coffee and pure cane sugar. The syrup was developed originally to make the RI state drink of Coffee Milk and has since expanded for uses in cocktails, cooking and baking recipes.
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Maca is reputed to boost energy but the mechanism of action is unknown. Raspberries are a source of vitamin C, complex carbohydrates and dietary fiber, and they have a low glycemic index which means they won’t spike your blood sugar and send you into a crash. Instead, they’ll keep you steady and strong.
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This salad has an excellent balance of crunchy, tangy, and creamy, with the orange juice and cacao nibs working to create an exciting flavor profile of chocolate and orange.
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The best hot chocolate in Atlanta comes from Cacao, a small chocolate shop that boasts one of the best do-it-yourself cocoa mixes. Their drinks are named "sipping chocolates" for their rich texture that is reminiscent of European-style drinking chocolates, and Cacao has cultivated a beverage that is both simplistic and luxurious. Their popular Azteca Aphrodisiac Sipping Chocolate is a delectably rich dark chocolate mix with six different chiles and spices to transform the drinking experience. Make it at home with your own mix, or stop by their shop in Atlanta to try it firsthand. 
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Gluten-Free Cacao Cornbread
Raw cacao... in a cornbread recipe? Sure. Why not? I mean a girl’s gotta love her cornbread, right? And what’s cornbread without a little added natural sweetness from agave and raw cacao. It’s a perfect dessert, a decadent breakfast, toasted with nut butter, or a lovely lunch enjoyed toasted as croutons atop a salad. Or just simply eaten alone. It’s that good. Yes, it’s just that good. The raw cacao takes the cake in this gluten-free treat... no pun intended.
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