If you are not a fan of berries or vegetables, consider the dark chocolate. Dark chocolate that contains a higher percentage of cocoa is usually loaded with minerals, such as fibre, iron, magnesium, and manganese, and antioxidants – mainly polyphenols, flavanols and catechins. Consuming the confection has been linked to improved health benefits, such as less inflammation, reduced risk of heart disease, lower blood pressure and improved brain function. It’s delicious and nutritious, which means we’ve given you an excuse to indulge in your sweet tooth. Just remember it still contains calories and moderate levels of sugar, so everything in moderation.

Try these chocolate recipes at home!

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