Delicious Maca Chocolate Recipe

When you get the blend of chocolate just right, then that melting bite transports you to other realms of consciousness.

Its culinary alchemy has the power to make being in this rather chaotic world, oh so much more divine. And let’s face it, we all need some of that every now and again!

This is a particularly special recipe. Not only does it embrace the superior nutritional profile of raw cacao, it also benefits from the incredible health benefits of maca. Maca is a superior plant-food that grown at very high elevations in the Peruvian Andes. It is a powerful adaptogen, which means that it helps us to ‘normalise’ during stressful situations. Maca helps our vitality, balances hormones and supports us during anxiety and depression. In fact it has a catalogue of benefits.
Read all about it here: All about Maca Article

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Check out this SUPER QUICK video for a basic, visual chocolate making guide first and then follow the recipe below for the maca version…

Delicious Maca Chocolate Recipe

Delicious Maca Chocolate Recipe

Yield: 12 hearts
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
An artisan chocolate recipe, using maca root powder and other superfoods.


  • 50g raw cacao butter
  • 3 tablespoons coconut sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3 tablespoons raw cacao powder
  • 1 tablespoon gelatinised maca powder
  • 2 tablespoons raisins


  • Melt the raw cacao butter in a heat proof bowl, by placing it in a pan filled with a small amount of water and then heating. I highly recommend taking a peek at my super-quick chocolate making video above to see exactly how this is done.
  • Dissolve the coconut sugar and vanilla extract along with the cacao butter.
  • Mix in the cacao powder, maca powder and raisins once the contents of the bowl have melted.
  • Spoon into a chocolate mould. If you don't have a mould then use a small container lined with parchment paper and simply snap the chocolate in to pieces when set).
  • Pop in to the freezer for half an hour to set (or a little longer in the fridge).
  • These store in either the fridge or freezer.
  • Recommended Ingredients

    These items are available at any good health food store or by mail order in most countries. Here are some helpful links to get you started:

    USA: Navitas Naturals Cacao Butter, 1 Pound Pouches
    USA: Navitas Naturals – Cacao Power Raw Powder Organic – 16 oz.

    USA: Nutiva Organic Sugar, Coconut, 1 lb

    USA: Gelatinized Maca Root Powder – Certified Organic, Fair Trade – 1lb

    UK: Sevenhills Organics Cacao Butter 500g
    UK: Sevenhills Organics Cacao / Cocoa Powder 500g
    UK: RealFoodSource Certified Organic Coconut Sugar

    UK: Sevenhills Wholefoods Organic Gelatinised Maca Powder

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    1. Sarojini ( yogi vegans ) March 14, 2016 at 7:01 am - Reply

      These look soo good. I love the combo of maca and chocolate. Guess what I’ll be making for an Easter treat! Thanks for sharing this ?

    2. Becky Striepe May 16, 2016 at 10:35 pm - Reply

      These look super amazing, Trinity!

    3. Aimee May 17, 2016 at 5:36 pm - Reply

      I love maca with chocolate! These are so gorgeous. By the way, I bought your book for my mum and she (and I) LOVE it! She’s a vegetarian who is looking to go vegan but needs a little nudge. As she’s such a spiritual person (especially into her angels) I thought this would be the best way to help her along and I think it’s really helpful. Hugs x

      • Delighted to know you are a maca fan too Aimee. I find that the raisins in this really balance out the maca.
        It warms my heart to know your Mum and you enjoy my Angelicious book… it’s the perfect recipe book for anyone who connects with Angels!
        Love x

    4. Julie March 23, 2017 at 7:05 am - Reply

      I’m super excited to try this!! I buy raw maca chocolate bars at $4 for 2 oz bar…. I can make them now!! Thank you!

    5. Donna March 13, 2018 at 2:56 pm - Reply

      Thank you for the great idea. My son is diabetic and I was wondering if you think I could substitute Monk Fruit for the coconut sugar? Thank you in advance

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