Kris’ Amorous Raw Cacao Truffles

When you’re willing to make these homemade cacao truffles, make no mistake you’re ready to call in the big love guns and increase the flow of love into your life and relationships.

Being a weapon of mass seduction, cacao is the Queen of Aphrodisiacs.

Known by the name Ixcacao (pronounced “she-cah-cow”), the personification of the fruit of the cacao tree is a Mayan goddess that was invoked alongside other agricultural deities for a bountiful harvest.

The main chemical component of cacao is theobromine, which comes from the Greek roots theo (“god”) and broma (“food”), meaning “food of the gods.”

Cacao is the ultimate heart opener, both figuratively and literally: for one, it dilates your arteries and blood vessels which improves blood flow. The maca powder in the recipe is a libido booster for both men and women.

Before making the cacao truffles, prepare your space. Have red or pink candles and fresh flowers near the stove to create a romantic atmosphere. I like to also have music to match whatever love spell I’m infusing the chocolate with. Sometimes I’ll play chants to the Hindu goddess Lalita on YouTube as I’m making the truffles. Or play “Clair de Lune” by Debussy. Something dreamy that invokes feelings of love and relaxation.



3/4 cup of organic cacao butter
3/4 cup of organic cacao powder
2 Tablespoons of organic coconut oil
2 Teaspoons of vanilla paste
1 Teaspoon Maca powder
Pinch of sea or himalayan salt to taste
Pinch of cinnamon
Pinch of cayenne pepper … or more if love more HEAT

Sweetener Options

Sweeten to taste with raw, organic honey or maple syrup.

For low glycemic options, I love using a combination of stevia and monk fruit syrup or powder.

Optional, but highly recommended

Organic dried Rose Petals
Organic Cacao Nibs

You’ll also need 3-4 candy molds or 3 small ice cube trays.

First melt the cacao butter and coconut oil in a pan over a low flame. You never want to overheat the cacao; heat will ruin the benefits of the theobromine in the cacao.

Once the butter and coconut oil are completely liquefied, add the cacao powder and maca and combine ingredients until smooth. This will be fast, so have your forms ready to go!

The last things to go into the pan are the vanilla, salt, cinnamon and cayenne.

Mix well in clockwise direction and whisper words of love as you do this. Can’t think of what to say? Try reading your favorite Rumi poem into it.

Now pour the liquid cacao mixture into the molds and sprinkle the rose petals and cacao nibs over each one.

Put the molds in the freezer for 1 hour or more to solidify, then pop out and enjoy! I put them in a container in the refrigerator for up to 10 days to keep them solid and ready to pop into my mouth every time I need a hit of LOVE.

About Me:

I’m a channel of the sacred feminine, author, archetypal brand strategist and a business & life coach who inspires creative, magical women to embody their unique feminine essence so they can bring in more prosperity, joy and sensuality into their lives.

Once upon a time, I was a corporate marketing director and lead website developer for some pretty big names, including Citrix Online, E! Entertainment Television, Disney, ABC, Paramount Pictures. I once made my employer $1 million with a single newsletter. (Not bad for a goddess-loving, hippy drummer chick.)

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