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Chocolate contains many secrets to happiness. Not only does it taste delicious, but it has quite the positive effect on your brain. It releases certain neurotransmitters that make you feel comfortable and happy, and can even reduce pain and stress.

Chocolate makes you feel good because it contains energy-boosting caffeine, mood-lightening serotonin, and relaxing tryptophan, the Washington Post explains.

For the healthiest hot cocoa, the key is to make your own using unsweetened cocoa powder or 85 percent dark chocolate. For a lower-fat version, go with a plant-based milk. Sweeten to your taste with natural sweeteners like honey and pure maple syrup, but don't go overboard. Last but not least, enjoy your guilt-free treat!



Avocados are rich in healthy fats, folate, carotenoids, and are extremely healthy for your heart.

Bananas provide vitamin B6, potassium, fiber, and natural sweetness.

Chocolate provides antioxidants and magnesium. And peanut butter adds protein and even healthier fats. The best thing about this pudding, in addition to its immensely rich texture and chocolate flavor, is that it is naturally sweetened with dates. Of course, you can substitute any other natural sweetener you prefer, maple syrup and agave being ideal, it is also customizable. If you prefer a rich chocolate flavor, add less sweetener. And if you're like me, you like your pudding on the sweeter side and would rather add more. It is extremely forgiving and flexible in this way.