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Real Mushrooms Dark Chocolate

Real Mushrooms Dark Chocolate
Written by Real Mushrooms - Updated: June 28, 2024

The pairing of dark chocolate and medicinal mushrooms is such a unique combination. The health benefits of these two functional foods are wonderful. These mushroom chocolate bites can act as a little afternoon pick-me-up or when that dark chocolate craving hits. You can be sure that you are giving your body some clean-burning fuel to give you lasting energy without the sudden crash like most dark chocolate bars gives these days.



  1. Add dark chocolate and coconut oil to the pan at a low temperature to slowly melt the chocolate down.
  2. Once melted, add the powders and continue to mix and stir throughout once it is fully mixed in nicely.
  3. Add your sweetener of choice and mix again.
  4. Transfer the chocolate to an ice tray or chocolate mold and place in the freezer. When you are ready to serve, bring to room temperature. These chocolates could even be stored in the refrigerator too!
Real Mushrooms is the premier provider of organic mushroom extracts, verified for the beneficial medicinal compounds like beta-glucans and free from starchy fillers like grains. With over 40 years of mushroom growing experience, Real Mushrooms prides itself on providing a transparent source of functional mushrooms that you can trust. All the information provided on our blog has been reviewed by our science and medical team.

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