How to Prepare Legacy Cacao


How you make each cup will directly impact your experience. Follow these 5 simple steps to unlock the full health benefits and blend the perfect cup of morning chocolate decadence.


Step 1

Boil 8 ounces of filtered water.


Step 2

Measure 4 tablespoons of Legacy Cacao.


Step 3

Measure 1/2 - 1 tablespoons of organic, unrefined coconut oil or ghee.


Step 4

Mix the ingredients together in a high powered blender for 20-30 seconds until a thick chocolate head forms.


Step 5

Pour into your favorite mug. Take a deep breath and choose your daily intention. Sip, savor and allow your sacred chocolate journey to begin!


Creating Daily Ceremony

Photo Credit: The Bigger Picture Pictures

Photo Credit: The Bigger Picture Pictures

What is Ceremony?

“Cacao ceremonies are not so much of a mystery.  The secret to them, actually lies inside of you. It’s all about embracing who you are, your own power…that comes directly from your heart, and has always been there. So really, you don’t really need a facilitator to do one, OR to spend a lot of money on something that is free! You just need to trust yourself and your own higher guidance.

There is a lot to be said for group energy though! There is more capacity, resilience, innovation, and creativity in us collectively than alone. With “collective consciousness” our awareness is multiplied, and fear divided. So gather a group of your friends, set your space to be as comfortable as possible, with whatever you feel is right (it is right) think about your intentions, play the music that suits your mood, (or no music) drink your sacred cacao, and FLY!  Feel the unity with the other people in the space, unity with the music and with one another . . . Shift, change, evolve, glow, fly!”

- “The Chocolate Priestess” - Trustee of the Ancient Mayan Recipe of Cacao

Traditional Mayan Cacao Recipe

The traditional recipe for ceremonial cacao does not include an added oil. So if you’d like to adhere to the most traditional preparation methods, use the same directions as above, but leave out the coconut oil or ghee. Just as the Mayan did, you can also vigorously whisk the ingredients together instead of blending.