Cats outta the bag, I’m obsessed with this Hormone Healing Raw Milk Chocolate Milk. If you’re over on Instagram with me, a student in my course or spend any amount of time around me.. you know. I don’t go a single morning without it because it’s just THAT good. It’s right up there with the Hormone Healing Adrenal Cocktail I shared for you to try, too!
The hydrolyzed collagen + the raw milk nutrients + potassium in the maple syrup and copper in the cacao makes this the perfect hormone healing raw chocolate milk! GET ON IT!
If you’re new here, carbs aren’t the devil. We need them to function most optimally and I’m not here to argue with you. So, if you’re on your keto, low-carb, whatever train.. you can either have an open mind or find a keto blog. There are plenty. Not being harsh, just honest. But whenever you decide you want to get to the root of WHY you’re doing keto instead of masking it.. I’ll be here with open arms!
At a physiological level (the basics of our nature) we need carbohydrates to fuel everything. Our brain needs carbs, our cells need carbs and our liver needs carbs! I’m not saying go binge on sugar all day but I am saying we need adequate amounts of carbohydrates or the basic processes in our bodies will struggle HARD CORE. I’m talking fertility, cellular health, neurotransmitter activity, sleep, periods, etc.
This recipe provides a sweet sweet ratio of carbs, protein and fat. It leaves you satiated, nourished and well.
What You’ll Need
Frother/something to stir
Recipe: Hormone Healing Raw Milk Chocolate Milk
- 1 cup raw milk
- 1 serving collagen protein
- 1 tbsp maple syrup
- 1 tbsp cacao powder
dissolve protein powder + cacao in a little bit of hot water
stir or froth
pour in maple syrup and raw milk
stir & drink
So excited to have found your blog as I am early into my wellness journey. Can you explain what “raw milk” is? I’m guessing it means unpasteurized? Where do you find it?
Yes, unpasteurized. Depending on where you live, you can get it at natural food stores, farmers markets, local farms themselves. 🙂
So do you not heat up the raw milk? Only the water?
Yep 🙂 I am not making hot chocolate in this post, I am making chocolate milk so I want it cold 🙂
I love chocolate milk and this healthy version is delicious!! I have been craving milk lately and my cow just freshened so I am excited to be able to make this regularly. Thank you for the recipe!
Are there any good alternatives to raw milk? Currently I live in Germany where there is a dairy just around the corner that sells raw milk (€1/liter!), but in October I’ll be moving to Greece where raw milk is illegal.
You could look for A2A2 milk, I would look for a farmer in the area. 🙂