If your looking for the best coconut chocolate recipe, this easy-to-make homemade raw chocolate is addicting, healthy, and gluten-free! The raw chocolate recipe is naturally sweetened with honey and loaded with healthy fats while also being dairy-free.
Satisfy your chocolate cravings with these delicious and healthy raw coconut chocolates that are super easy to make.
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I seriously used to be addicted to these raw coconut chocolates when I was kicking my candida and sugar cravings. I substituted the honey for xylitol when I was overcoming my candida overgrowth. Although, the flavor from honey is much better.
I’m pretty sure they were a staple in my fridge for an entire year. While I don’t get intense sugar cravings like I used to, I am so glad that I had these healthy chocolates to satisfy those cravings at the time.
Raw Coconut Chocolate Recipe
How to make this coconut chocolate recipe
Start by melting the coconut oil and honey with the vanilla bean powder in a small pot on low heat.
In another bowl, measure out and combine all the dry ingredients.
Use a coffee grinder or food processor to grind the cashews and almonds into a slightly crunchy flour texture.
Combine the wet and dry ingredients, mixing well. Line a baking tray with parchment paper and spread evenly. Set in the fridge until the raw chocolate hardens, then cut into squares and store in an airtight container in the fridge
These raw coconut chocolates will start to melt at room temperature, so they are best stored and eaten straight from the fridge! Enjoy! they might not last long:)
Benefits of raw chocolate
One of the health benefits of raw chocolate is that cacao powder is a superfood full of phytonutrients and anti-oxidants. The polyphenols found in cacao powder help to reduce inflammation and combat oxidative stress
Raw cacao powder is an excellent source of magnesium which is one of the most COMMON nutrient deficiencies. If you find yourself craving chocolate all the time, you might be deficient in the mineral magnesium, which has over 300 functions in the body.
Magnesium is also needed to metabolize glucose in the body to make energy! When you make this raw chocolate recipe with cacao powder, rest assured that you are getting in anti-oxidants, polyphenols, and magnesium that are very beneficial for your health.
Coconut Chocolate Recipe
- Coffee Grinder
- baking tray lined with baking paper
- Mixing bowl
- Melt coconut oil, honey and vanilla extract on low heat. Set aside once melted.
- Grind cashewes and almonds into a slighlty ychinky flour using a coffee grinder.
- Combine ground cashews, almonds, shredded coconut and cacao powder into a mixing bowl iwth a pinch of sea salt.
- Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix well.
- Line a baking tray with baking paper and spread raw chocolate mixture ¾ of an inch thick. Set in the fridge for 30 minutes to set.
- Cut the raw coconut chocolates into squares and store in an airtight container in the fridge.