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To make a healthy iced cacao, you don’t need many ingredients. This is one of the simplest and quickest raw cacao powder recipes you can whip up in no time at all!


200ml milk of your choice
2-3 heaped tsp of our DUST cacao infusion of your choice
1 tsp of maple syrup or honey for sweetness (according to taste)
A couple of ice cubes


1. Combine 50ml of milk with a tsp of DUST cacao infusion in a tall glass.

2. In case you want to add some sweetness (honey or maple syrup) to your iced chocolate, do so now.

3. Stir/whisk thoroughly to make paste.

4. Add ice cubes into the glass.

5. Pour remaining 150ml milk over the top of the ice cubes.

6. Stir gently to combine.

This recipe makes 1 big or 2 regular glasses of healthy iced chocolate.

That’s all there is to making iced chocolate with our raw cacao powder. Enjoy!

About The Author

Chalimah Jeanne

As a Naturopath, Nutritionist and Herbalist, Chalimah spent years working in an integrative medical practice. To support her patients treatment, she would blend therapeutic botanical infusions and herbal teas for them. Organic Merchant is a natural extension of her clinical practice. She believes that simple daily pleasures such as consuming a pure cup of organic herbal tea can be one of the most nourishing practices, and that the everyday items that serve and nurture us are also a thing of beauty. With these mantras in mind, she created Organic Merchant as a way to share this experience of wellness.

You can find her beautiful, therapeutic Cacao Infusions by searching 'Organic Merchant' in the TWC store.

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