5 Better Ways To Eat Chocolate This Easter 

Just when you think you’re finally on track after the indulgence that is Christmas/Boxing Day/New Years Eve/New Years Day/summer/Australia Day, Easter just creeps up on you. Eggs are in the aisles in January, hot cross buns in the bakeries in March, and before you know it chocolate is back on the radar. But this doesn’t have to mean the end of your healthy new years’ resolutions (if you were still sticking to them!)

Here are five of the best ways you can eat chocolate this Easter. (They’re a little bit kinder to your body, and the planet!)

1. Loving Earth Organic Raw Creamy Coconut Mylk Chocolate

Image: shop.rawblend.com.au

Image: shop.rawblend.com.au

This Australian-certified organic chocolate will literally melt in your mouth and dissolve your life’s worries along with it. It’s raw, gluten-free, low-GI and vegan, which reads like a health food. But with a perfectly creamy and velvety texture, it definitely tastes like a treat – a delicious alternative for milk chocolate lovers to the often much darker raw options.


2. Pana Chocolate Coconut and Goji

Image: www.panachocolate.com

Image: www.panachocolate.com

Pana Chocolate make perfectly sized bars of dark, raw, chocolately goodness, and the Coconut and Goji combines a perfect fruity flavour with the almost fudgy texture. There are almost too many good things about this chocolate to list here: organic, raw, handmade, low-GI, dairy-free, soy-free, gluten-free, no refined sugar, fair-trade, vegan. Plus, with their stylish cardboard packaging they almost look too good to eat. But not quite.

2. The Carob Kitchen Carob Almond Bar

Images: the-carob-kitchen-australia.com.au

Images: the-carob-kitchen-australia.com.au

With all the raw, organic chocolate now available, carob almost seems old-fashioned. However, this chocolate alternative still delivers an amazing flavour, and an unexpectedly smooth texture. The addition of almonds creates a nice contrast, and provides a pleasant distraction from the different taste. It’s caffeine-free and not too sweet, which can make it all too easy to eat, so be warned.

Next: Beyond delicious – Sandpiper Milk Chocolate Coconut Buttons..



  • Reply Labrina Liacopoulos Monday 1st June, 2015 at 2:46 pm


  • Reply becci19 Friday 29th May, 2015 at 10:13 am

    Wish i’d read this at easter! will have to try next year 🙂

    • Vanessa Roberts - Editor
      Reply Vanessa Roberts - Editor Saturday 30th May, 2015 at 9:26 am

      Bookmark the page for later @Becci19! 😉

  • Reply yslyenom Friday 24th April, 2015 at 10:06 am

    Feel like trying Carob Almond Bar.

  • judi1
    Reply judi1 Wednesday 8th April, 2015 at 11:03 pm

    Love dark chocolate and carob.

  • Reply BellaB Sunday 5th April, 2015 at 9:54 pm

    Dark chocolate is my go to – quite healthy in moderation!

  • Reply lovelyloves Friday 3rd April, 2015 at 9:24 pm

    Oh yummy! how fancy

    • Vanessa Roberts - Editor
      Reply Vanessa Roberts - Editor Saturday 4th April, 2015 at 8:30 am

      Yes, a little different to your regular cadbury creme egg! x

  • Reply Mkett57 Friday 3rd April, 2015 at 6:57 pm

    Coconut and goji sounds delicious – I’ll try and find some in my local deli.

    • Vanessa Roberts - Editor
      Reply Vanessa Roberts - Editor Saturday 4th April, 2015 at 8:29 am

      It’s also easy to buy online straight from their website x

  • Reply stels Friday 3rd April, 2015 at 10:53 am

    so good!

  • Reply Whatthe Thursday 2nd April, 2015 at 10:39 am

    I loved reading about healthier treats for Easter. Thanks BWA!

    • Vanessa Roberts - Editor
      Reply Vanessa Roberts - Editor Thursday 2nd April, 2015 at 2:18 pm

      Glad you found it enjoyable @whatthe!

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