Isn’t it amazing how something as bitter as a cacao bean can transform into a delicious bar of chocolate? It’s practically magic! Here at One Green Planet, we believe there are few things that are better than chocolate. Whether it’s a bar, a truffle, or a creamy, chocolate spread, there’s a good chance that we want it. When we’re shopping for chocolate, there are a few things we like to check. Is it vegan? Organic? Fair trade? Raw? These are pretty standard questions. However, the art of making chocolate has progressed over the years and now there are products with all sorts of amazing ingredients fused in, specifically, superfoods like maca, goji berries, hemp seeds … the list goes on. Now the decision making gets even harder! Well, that is unless you have One Green Planet to guide you. That’s right, you don’t have to hunt down a specialty food store to get your hands on exquisite vegan chocolate infused with superfoods. Instead, check out these 12 chocolate treats that you can order online from the comfort of your home!

  1. Better Than Coffee Chocolate Bars

    What if we told you could replace your morning cup of coffee with a bar of chocolate? If this sounds like just the thing you would be into, consider checking out Better Than Coffee Chocolate Bars. The bar itself is made from organic 70 percent dark chocolate chunk, pea protein crisps, desiccated coconut, chicory root fiber, brown rice syrup, and a blend of seeds – sunflower, pumpkin, and sesame. Coconut, guarana, and maca provide some clean and sustainable energy to get you through the day. Reviewers are reporting that this bar provides a boost of energy with no crash, is just as powerful as coffee (and cheaper), and is made from good quality ingredients. To try it for yourself, you can get a pack of 12 bars for about $24.

  2. Natierra Himalania Dark Chocolate Hemp Seeds

    We can all agree that adding chocolate to anything is always a good idea. Natierra Himalania Dark Chocolate Hemp Seeds are proof of this theory. As if hemp seeds weren’t nutritionally awesome enough on their own, Natierra made them even better by adding the healthy and delicious goodness of chocolate into the mix. Specifically, these hemp seeds are covered in dark chocolate processed with alkali, cocoa butter, cocoa butter oil, soy lecithin, and vanilla. Three tablespoons have three grams of protein, three grams of fiber, and in regards to daily vitamin intake, it has eight percent iron and 15 percent magnesium. Reviewers are reporting that this product is tasty and delightfully crunchy and have been enjoying them straight out of the bag or on top of almond yogurt. To try them out yourself, you can get one six ounce bag for $12.50.


  3. Navitas Naturals Organic Cacao Goji Power Snacks

    Navitas Naturals Cacao Goji Power Snacks are chock full of good-for-you ingredients. In addition to cacao powder and goji berry powder, these bite-sized nuggets have date paste, chia seeds, maca powder, sunflower seeds, lucuma powder, sesame seeds, camu camu powder, and natural chocolate flavor. As relayed by Navitas, these superfood ingredients provide an array of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber, and healthy fats. Reviewers are reporting that these bites have a deliciously chocolatey flavor, are undoubtedly healthy, and are easy to incorporate into an existing dietary routine. That being said, one reviewer makes a valid point, stating that the name of this product is a bit misleading considering that the goji berry powder is pretty far down on the ingredients list. To try this product out for yourself, you can get one eight-ounce back for $6.75.

  4. Chocolatl Raw Chocolate Maca Spread

    Chocolate bars are nice, but sometimes you just need a chocolate product you can spread, dip, and eat by the spoonful. That’s where products like Chocolatl Raw Chocolate Maca Spread come in handy. This spread is made with raw agave, raw cacao paste, raw cacao powder, extra virgin coconut oil, maca root, vanilla bean, and Himalayan sea salt. Chocolatl suggests mixing it into smoothies or coffee, or spreading it on toast and fruit. Reviewers are reporting that this spread has “the perfect amount of sweetness,” energy-boosting maca, and a wholesome alternative to many of the chocolate products on shelves nowadays. You can get one six-ounce jar for $10.

  5. Extreme Health USA Chocolate-Covered Chia Seeds

    Chia seeds are great nutritious addition to smoothies, salads, and pasta because they are virtually flavorless. If you’d like to snack on chia seeds in a different way, however, consider checking out Extreme Health USA Chocolate-Covered Chia Seeds. This snack takes chia seeds and makes them deliciously chocolatey with a bit of organic confectioners glaze and organic dark chocolate! Extreme Health USA suggests sprinkling these chocolatey nibs on oatmeal, cereal, yogurt, and ice cream, or just snacking on them right out of the bag. Reviewers are reporting that these chia seeds are yummy and a good way to get the benefits of dark chocolate and chia seeds at the same time. Just be wary of ordering these when the weather is warm, two reviewers commented that their chia seeds had melted and formed one large clump of chocolate. You can get one six-ounce bag for about $18.



  6. Genesis Raw Chocolate

    Genesis Raw Chocolate: Superwoman is an organic, raw, and fair trade chocolate made from raw cacao, raw yacon (a nutritious edible root), raw coconut butter, raw coconut milk, raw amla (a fruit from India known to aid digestion), luo han guo (sweet fruit), and vanilla bean. It is soy-free, nut-free, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly. Reviewers are saying that this chocolate is very high-quality, virtually “guilt-free,” and is even a big hit with children. You can get a pack of four 50-gram bars for $20.

  7. Righteously Raw Maca Chocolate

    Maca is a native cruciferous plant in the same family as broccoli and cabbage and is considered a superfood due to the impressive amount of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, protein, and fiber it possesses. Righteously Raw Maca Chocolate pulverizes this nutrient-dense root into a powder and combines it with creamy cacao butter, mesquite powder, Himalayan pink salt, and vanilla bean powder. Reviewers are describing this raw product as delicious and energizing. To try it out for yourself, you can get a package of 32 chocolates for $33.


  8. Addictive Wellness Chocolate

    The goal of Addictive Wellness Chocolate is exactly what you’d expect it to be: getting you addicted to treats that improve your wellness. And what treat is more addictive than chocolate? Their chocolates are raw and sugar-free, sweetened only using organic stevia and birch xylitol. They even incorporate superfoods and super herbs from cultures around the world, like tree mushrooms, maca, and mesquite. This particular posting is for their “Beauty” chocolate, which contains Tremella and Chaga (tree mushrooms) and horsetail (a nutritious and edible plant). You can get a three-pack of boxes for about $23.

  9. Artisana Raw Coconut Butter Cacao Bliss

    Coconut butter, or puréed coconut meat, is pretty nutritionally beneficial. It’s packed with healthy fats, is rich in lauric acid, has been shown to boost metabolism, and is full of essential amino acids. While coconut butter is delicious on its own, some take this butter to the next level by blending it with other tasty treats. Take Artisana Raw Coconut Butter Cacao Bliss, for instance. This spread is made from organic coconut butter, organic coconut oil, organic agave syrup, organic cacao, and organic cacao butter. Reviewers are reporting that this spread is rich, decadent, and very healthy. Just be aware that this spread does not have a velvety smooth consistency straight out of the jar, if you want it to be very soft and very spreadable, reviewers suggest leaving it out for a bit before enjoying. You can get one eight-ounce jar for $11.75.

  10. Lulu's Maca Butter Cups

    Lulu’s Maca Butter Cups are raw, organic, fair trade, soy-free, and gluten-free chocolates. The cups themselves are made from 78 percent cacao, the filling is a mixture of maca and creamy almond butter, and they are also sprinkled with a bit of sea salt. Reviewers are saying that these cups are “exquisite,” “are unmatched in terms of health,” and one reviewer even said this was the “best chocolate they ever had.” Many reviewers are commenting that these cups are quite expensive, given the size, but that the price is somewhat understandable considering the high-quality ingredients. You can get a pack with two cups, for $6.00.

  11. Papa Steve’s No Junk Raw Protein Bars

    Papa Steve’s No Junk Raw Chocolate Bars aren’t just healthy because they are raw, they actually pack a ton of nutrition! Specifically, these bars contain organic raw cacao, raw organic coconut, organic dates, pea protein, raw hemp seeds, raw pumpkin seeds, tapioca fiber, chia seeds, organic coconut oil, organic coconut palm nectar, organic mint, organic chlorella, and organic vanilla bean. Not bad for a chocolate bar! Reviewers are raving about this product saying the bar is protein-packed, that the ingredients used are “incredibly clean,” and that it tastes delicious. You can get ten 2.3-ounce bars for $35.

  12. Wilderness Poets Cashew Cacao Hempspread

    Nut butters, like almond or cashew, have been very popular as of late for the nutritional punch they provide while still maintaining the familiarity of spreads like peanut butter. Wilderness Poets Cashew Cacao Hempspread takes the nut butter trend one step further by adding cacao to the mix. Specifically, this spread is made with the following raw and organic ingredients: cashews, hemp seeds, cacao paste, high oleic sunflower oil, agave nectar, and Himalayan pink salt. It is soy-free  and gluten-free and has zero grams of trans fat and zero cholesterol.  Reviewers are saying that this spread is strong-tasting, grainy from the tiny hemp seeds, and needs to be warmed if it’s going to be used as a spread. Don’t expect this spread to be super sweet, though. Although it has cacao paste and agave, it is not particularly sweet. If you want a sweet treat, you may want to pair this spread with fruit, as Wilderness Poets recommends. You can get one eight-ounce jar for $12.