4 Ingredient Strawberry Cloud Chocolate Squares

Not only are these Strawberry Cloud Chocolate Squares easy to make, they contain amazing GUT HEALTHY benefits from Vital Proteins!

The Strawberry Lemon Beauty Water is optional, but if you do decide to add it, they contain Bacillus Coagulans which if you don’t already know, is a specific type of probotic known to fight off candida as apposed to all the other probiotic strains! Click HERE to read the post I did just about Bacillus Coagulans and if you are on a candida cleanse / diet or just want to incorporate some tough fighting probiotics, READ THIS!

And you all know me by now if you watch my Instagram stories that I am never out of Vital Proteins Gelatin and (no joke) have it every morning in my bullet proof coffee to make it the frothiest of frothiest!

What are the benefits of grass-fed gelatin such as Vital Proteins and why I prefer it over the others? Click HERE to read all the GUT HEALING benefits you can obtain just from gelatin!

I obviously used strawberries since they’re in season (and on sale everywhere!) but you can of course use any berry or fruit you want to your liking.

Whole 30
Refined Sugar Free
Low in Natural Sugar
Gut Healing Benefits
Nut Free
Seed Free
High in Protein

3 1/2 cups fresh strawberries, halved (measure after halving)
3 1/2 scoops Vital Proteins Gelatin
1 pack (serving) Vital Proteins Strawberry Lemon Beauty Water (Optional)

Santa Barbara 100% No Sugar 1-Ingredient Organic Chocolate Discs ($10 off: lilsipper)

1. In a high speed blender (I used my Vitamix), blend strawberries until liquidated.

2. While blender is on lowest speed, add remaining ingredients, secure lid, then blend on high until well mixed. The color should lighten to a light pink.

3. Pour mixture into silicone molds or a pan lined with wax or parchment paper and refrigerate at least 1 hours or until firm to the touch.

4. Melt chocolate and remove strawberry filling from refrigerator (slice into squares if using one large pan). Cover squares with chocolate and place back in fridge for 10 minutes or until ready to consume.
*Store in refrigerator. You can also freeze them.

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