Naked Chocolate the Sexual Superfood

Naked Chocolate the Sexual Superfood


What is more sexy than indulging in chocolate for an evening of bliss?

Indulging in the creation of chocolate with a partner of course.

This partner could be your fiancee, wife, or lover. It could be a best friend, a hot date, or whoever you want to share this magic of co-creation with.

I’m hanging out with one of my most trusted friends in the Universe, Shellie White and we are thoroughly enjoying creating raw chocolate bliss in the kitchen together. This creation was inspired by the book Naked Chocolate by David Wolfe and Shazzie

MEN, if your like me…(lazy) and the sound of cooking doesn’t intrigue you. No worries, it’s easier than you think.

It’s a Saturday night and here are your options:

You could catch a movie, a nice dinner and then grab a chocolate bar from the sales bin and feed it to eachother on your couch, which is sort of cool or…

You could choose to make your own naked chocolate sexual superfood together in the kitchen.

How to Make Naked Chocolate:

Step One, The Gathering of Delights

Suggested Ingredient List

Raw Cacao Powder (1c.) – natural aphrodisiac,  increases love and bliss chemicals produced in the brain and body

Coconut Oil (4-6 oz) – great for healthy skin and elevated mood

Maca Root Powder (1 heaping Tbsp.) – Stimulates root chakra, balances endocrine system, increases fertility and libido

Mesquite (1 heaping Tbsp.) – balance blood sugar

Goji Berries (small handful) – Himalayan superfood, high in antioxidants

Raw Shredded Coconut (1/2 cup) – delicious!

Raw Crushed Cashews (1/4 – 1/2 cup) – boosts energy and good for heart, muscles and bones

Cinnamon (sprinkle to taste) –  warms the qi and stimulates the blood in all the right places

Vanilla extract optional (1tsp. or to taste) – yummy!

Superfood green powder (1 heaping Tbsp.) – all daily trace minerals for healthy mind and body are in here

Raw Chocolate Coconut Butter (5-6 Tbsp) – we used Cacao Bliss, a premade butter you can find at your local health food store

Sea salt (1/2 teaspoon)

Optional- Agave or honey, sweeten to your liking

 Magic in the Kitchen: Getting down and dirty with chocolate

Ambiance: Scented Candles, Raw Organic Ingredients, and Sexy Italian classical music (music list located at bottom of page)

Bring water to a roiling boil and allow coconut oil to melt in into saucepan while stirring.

Put ingredients in one by one and continue to stir with your whisk. Your partner can help you put the ingredients in as you stir.

If the chocolate is not quite thick enough add more cacao or maca root powder.

Lick chocolate sauce with finger or spoon until your desired flavor is reached.

Place chocolate sauce into ice cube or tart trays. We used tart trays and look at how amazing they came out.


Cook and prep time is approx. 25-35 min  (well worth the wait)

 Enjoying Chocolate Ecstasy:

True Tantra means making love with the moment and treating the person you are with as your Beloved. Yeah there are some amazing sexual qigong positions, but it’s all about the build up. P.S. You don’t need to have sex in order for a powerful love and sensual energy to be exchanged.

KEY: No expectations. No goals. Just be in love with the moment!

So here are a couple of options you can choose or make up your own ecstatic experience and post it as a comment.

1. Holding wine glass in one hand, chocolate in the other.

Place sexual superfood halfway in your mouth. Invite partner with your eyes to partake in your special treat.

Enjoy the aftermath and indulge slowly.

2. Place chocolate delicately on your favorite body part of your Beloved.

Lick lightly as if it was your first kiss. Your first taste.

Repeat as necessary, until desired results unfold.

3. If solo, run a hot soothing bath with lavender essential oil and rose petals.

Add scented candles and music of your choice.

Place bowl of delicious chocolate tubside and celebrate the joy of you and enjoy the love of naked chocolate.

Naked Chocolate Soundtrack:

Divenire by Ludovico Einaidi

Fly by Ludovico Einaidi

Love by Youssoupha Sidibe

Breathing Under Water by Anoushka Shankar & Karshe Kale

Waterfall by Gavin Degraw

Keep Breathing by Ingrid Michaelson

She is Love by Parachute

Cosmic Love by Florence and the Time Machine

Rahda Ramana by Tulku

Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder) by Maxwell

Om Nama Shivaya by Donna De Lory

About the Author

David Beaudry

Teacher, Visionary, Poet, Lover. I am apart of a group of Universal Mentors teaching spiritual technologies and techniques to unlock your unlimited potential!

  1. Katy says

    Thank you for this lovely interlude. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog, and gazing at the pictures you’ve chosen as well. Your creativity is truly inspiring. I had the honor of studying with you in Santa Fe for the Level 4 Qi Gong. Thank you again!


    • David Beaudry says

      Your welcome! Thanks for sharing your inspiration. Great to connect with you in Santa Fe! Love and Light.


      • Doc says

        Normally I’m against killing but this artilce slaughtered my ignorance.


    • Marni says

      I wenatd to spend a minute to thank you for this.


    • Ducky says

      Hey, that’s the greaetst! So with ll this brain power AWHFY?


  2. Samantha Lenora says

    Mmm… I will be trying this very soon! I’m going to buy the ingredients today!!!

    I love you both so very much and I am so grateful that you had the opportunity to share, create, and bless yourselves and us!


    • Rosabel says

      Thanks guys, I just about lost it lokiong for this.


    • Wednesday says

      This is an airtlce that makes you think “never thought of that!”


  3. Trixie says

    Is that really all there is to it because that’d be flbarebgasting.


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