lifestyle

The best healthy chocolate that tastes great and does you good


Chocolate can be full of goodness (Picture: Metro.co.uk / Unsplash)

While nothing that tastes amazing should make us feel guilty, eating too much chocolate isn’t great for us.

Luckily, the world is expanding and there’s a vareity of excellent chocolate treats that will satisfy that craving and aren’t unhealthy at all.

This is the ultimate win-win (but nobody is judging if you prefer the old stuff).

So here is the ultimate guide to healthy chocolate in 2022.

Montezuma’s Absolute Black Chocolate

Dark delight (Picture: Montezuma)

If you like your chocolate on the dark side, Montezuma Absolute Black range is 100 per cent cocoa. It comes in five flavours but all have no added sugar and come in 100 per cent recyclable packaging.

Buy the Collection Pack for £14 from Ocado

H!P Oat Milk Berry Crunch White Chocolate Bar

The oat alternative (Picture: H!P)

Founded by James Cadbury himself, H!P is a dairy free chocolate alternative made from oat milk.

The Berry Crunch White Chocolate Bar contains freeze dried raspberries, blueberries and puffed rice balls and has around 30 per cent less sugar than other high street alternatives.

Buy for £3 (70g) from Hip Chocolate

Rhythm Almond and Sea Salt Bar

Get with the rhythm (Picture: Rhythm)

Vegan, organic and gluten-free, this Rhythm Almond and Sea Salt Bar is made without palm oil and has no refined sugar.

It’s a perfect balance of sweet and salty and a real treat without the guilt.

Buy for £1.40 from Ocado

Brik Superfoods and Caramel Marble Tile

Absolutely marble-ous (Picture: Brik)

While this does contain sugar, Brik Superfoods and Caramel Marble Tile also contains sea buckthorn powder and reishi mushroom powder which are both superfoods.

The brand specialises in edible textures so expect anything from terrazzo to concrete.

Buy for £9.95 (55g) from Brik

Cheerful Buddha CBD Chocolate

Service with a smile (Picture:

For CBD lovers, Cheerful Buddha offer a 70 per cent dark chocolate infused with 70mg hemp-derived CBD, which is carried in MCT coconut oil.

It comes in three flavours: plain, mint and orange.

Buy it for £5.99 (70g) from Cheerful Buddha.

Bulk Gourmet Macro Munch Bar

Credit munch (Picture: Bulk)

Get your chocolate fix with a side of protein with a Bulk Gourmet Macro Munch Bar. There’s nine flavours to choose from (we love Millionaire’s Shortbread) and each bar has 20g protein and is less than 4g sugar.

Buy it for £1.99 per 62g bar from Bulk.

The Skinny Food Co Chocaholic Malt Balls

Ready malted (Picture: Skinny Food Co)

The Skinny Food Co create everyday foods with low sugar and calories, but tonnes of taste. There’s everything from syrups, sauces and spreads to everyday treats like these Chocaholic Malt Balls – only 87 calories per bag and 89 per cent less sugar than regular brands.

Buy it for £5.99 (12 x 20g packets) from The Skinny Food Co.

Benefit Chocolate

Feel the benefit (Picture: Benefit Chocolate)

The aptly named Benefit Chocolate is a range of 85 per cent coca dark chocolate with added benefits.

Vitamins is blended with 12 key vitamins, Energy contains added B vitamins and caffeine to perk you up, and Protein has 19 per cent plant protein.

Buy for £3 (80g) each from Ocado.

Push Chocolate Salted Caramel Buttons

Pushing your buttons (Picture: Push Chocolate)

Push Chocolate is made from unrefined sugar and the natural sweetener, inulin (chicory root fibre), a prebiotic that feeds the good bacteria in the gut It’s dairy-free, palm oil free, vegan-friendly and free from 14 major food allergens.

It comes in six flavours – the Salted Caramel buttons gets our vote.

Buy it for £4.99 (100g) from Push Chocolate.

NKD Living Keto Chocolate Peanut Brownie

Going nuts (Picture: Victoria Macken)

NKD Living Keto Chocolate Peanut Brownie is a low-carb, low-sugar chocolate delight.

It’s suitable for keto diets as it has just 5.6g of net carbohydrates, 8.6g of protein and less than 2g of sugar.

Buy it for £2.99 (45g) each from NKD Living.

Do you have a story to share?

Get in touch by emailing MetroLifestyleTeam@Metro.co.uk.

This article contains affiliate links. We will earn a small commission on purchases made through one of these links but this never influences our experts’ opinions. Products are tested and reviewed independently of commercial initiatives.


MORE : Paul Hollywood’s classic dessert recipes: Lime macarons, classic scones and chocolate brownies


MORE : This is why chocolate chips in cookies don’t melt





READ SOURCE

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.  Learn more