Saturday, March 30, 2013

Easy Coconut Oil Chocolates { Make Great Easter Candy!}

You don't need to spend money on expensive chocolates full of sugar and fillers when you get a sweet tooth....
You can have the yummy taste without the price or junk.

Here is the recipe that we use in our home when making ourselves or Baby A a sweet treat. 


GF/CF/Refined sugar free 

Easy Coconut Oil Chocolates


1/2 cup organic coconut oil
3-4 tablespoons of cocoa powder 
( depends on how chocolately you want your chocolate, I always use 4)
2 tablespoons organic honey or  pure maple syrup 
( again play with the measurements, I use these exact ones, but some people like their chocolate sweeter & others like their chocolate bitter)
1 dash cinnamon (optional)
1 teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract (optional)


Melt the coconut oil on a low heat. Some people use the microwave, I use a small pan on the stove. I don't suggest the use of microwaves.
Remove from heat once melted.
Stir in the honey ( or maple syrup).
Using a fork or whisk mix in the cocoa powder.
Lastly add in your dash of cinnamon and vanilla extract. 
Mix again.

Pour into an ice cube tray or chocolate mold.

Place in freezer for a approximately 1 hour. 

When serving, eat immediately, put all leftovers back in freezer.

I hope that you enjoy this recipe!

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*picture to be added later

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Always check labels for gluten free/ allergen free status before using any ingredients.

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  1. Where are the bunny pictures? I want to see how it came out. Anyway, I will give this recipe to my boot-camp class. Thanks for posting.

    1. The pics are on the camera, I have to upload a ton of pics to get them, but I will be putting the pics of the chocolates up soon :)