Like all parents, we aren’t supposed to have a favorite. But Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter definitely holds a special place in our hearts. With 70% less sugar than the leading chocolate spread and just a few simple ingredients, we think it will win you over, too. We’ve collected some of our favorite ways to use Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter. We hope you have fun indulging in all the chocolatey possibilities.
Warmed on the stove, this chocolate sauce is ideal for drizzling on fresh fruit or ice cream. Right from the fridge, it’s a little bit thicker –– the perfect texture for piping onto cakes or enjoying straight off the spoon.
Fudge Crunch Ice Cream Cake
Move over freezer aisle ice cream cakes! This homemade ice cream cake is foolproof and delicious every single time. With only 3 ingredients, the only thing you’ll need is some space in the freezer and a couple hours of chill time (we all need a little of that, don’t we?)
No melting, no microwaving, just dipping — straight into the jar. It doesn’t get more blissfully simple than that.
Cranberry Fudge Bars
Dates, dark chocolate, and cranberries — what more could a sweet tooth want? These no-bake, 4-ingredient Cranberry Fudge Bars are easy to make and even easier to eat (in one sitting).
Triple Chocolate Brownies
Imagine the smell of freshly baked brownies right out of the oven. You cut them into squares and wedge one out of the pan to reveal that fudgy, almost-but-not-quite-raw middle, and those perfectly chewy edges. Bring this daydream to life with our Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter.
Seed Butter Cookies
May we just say, Seed Butter is a magical thing. It replaces butter in this 5-ingredient cookie recipe that everyone can enjoy. These gluten-free, vegan cookies have a light, shortbread-like texture, with a slight chew in the middle and just-crispy-enough edges.
In the heat of summer, go ahead and pop some Seed Butter in the freezer for a refreshing treat. With the help of just 4 ingredients, our Dark Chocolate Sunflower Seed Butter is transformed into a smooth, dreamy frozen dessert that will keep you cool all season long.
Sometimes you just need a little satisfying dark chocolate to boost your energy and your mood in the middle of the day. These brownie bites hit the spot with fat, fiber, and protein - the 3 components to a balanced and filling snack. Make them ahead of time for busy weeks or weekend adventures.
Chocolate Cherry Smoothie
Chocolate and fruit is a classic "treat yourself" combination. If you don't like or can't eat cherries, frozen strawberries with cranberry juice is also a delectable combination. Plus, this smoothie contains 10 grams of protein, which you get from the Seed Butter, and roughly half of your daily recommended intake of fruit.