A Recipe for Hosting Your Own Cacao Ceremony at Home

Known by the Aztecs as the food of the gods, cacao is a holy plant believed to have been gifted to us to open our hearts, connect with spirit, and nurture our being as we move through life’s challenges. Its energy is said to heal, transform, and release unwanted emotions and patterns.

Naturally, cacao is a fermented bean that comes from a fruit pod. In this untouched state, it has more antioxidants than berries, magnesium, iron, and calcium.

From the forests of South America to cities all around the globe, cacao ceremonies are holding space for many to awaken the potential within, release trauma, come back into alignment, and evoke a more intimate relationship with themselves and others. Use this recipe in ceremony with others, or in the comfort of your own home.

CACAO INGREDIENTS

1 cup warm Water or Mylk

1½ -2 tablespoons Cacao

1-2 tablespoons Honey, Coconut Sugar, or Maple Syrup

Pinch of Cayenne

Pinch of Sea Salt

CACAO ASSEMBLY

1 | Warm water or mylk on the stove in a pot.

2 | Add all the ingredients into a blender and blend together on low speed.

3 | Pour intentionally into your favorite mug and enjoy.

*Good for one serving.

**As this is a medicinal plant, it is recommended you speak with a health care practitioner or doctor before using cacao.

Brittany Reid is a soulful online business coach with more than seven years of experience in holistic nutrition, yoga, meditation, and ceremony. She elevates women’s lives and businesses one cycle at a time. Find her at www.brittanyreid.ca, @brittanycreid on Instagram, or on iTunes hosting the How to B Podcast.

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