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Yay for easy and clean eating dessert! Thanks to Better Body Foods for sponsoring this post.

Difficulty: Level 1 (easy peasy)

Hands On Time: 10 minutes       Set Time: 15 minutes    Total Time: 25 minutes       Servings: 10-12

Most of you have heard that I’m on this clean eating diet and Better Body Foods came into my life just at the right time, as I was beginning this clean eating trek. They stocked my kitchen shelves with all these organic products such as coconut flour, agave, coconut oil, coconut sugar, quinoa etc. I was high on life because it was just what I needed to get started on this clean eating journey.

I always have a stash of this clean eating chocolate bark in my fridge for easy snacking. A piece or two is all that I need to satisfy my sweet tooth craving. It’s so rich I can’t believe I can get away with eating this.

Clean Eating Chocolate Bark
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Total Time
30 min
Total Time
30 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 cup Better Body Foods coconut oil
  2. ¾ cup cocoa powder
  3. ⅓ cup Better Body Foods agave
  4. 2 tsp Better Body Foods vanilla
  5. ½ tsp sea salt
  6. 1 ½ cups mixed nuts
Instructions
  1. In a medium bowl, whisk together the coconut oil, cocoa powder, agave and vanilla.
  2. When well mixed, pour/spread chocolate mixture onto a tinfoil lined cookie sheet.
  3. Sprinkle sea salt and nuts onto the chocolate.
  4. Freeze for at least 15 minutes.
  5. Break apart and keep stored in the fridge for easy snacking.
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34 Comments

  1. Hi, thanks for posting the recipe! I’ve just made it with honey instead of agave and it tastes great (wow, sweet and salty with nuts, great combo! And the salt is a must if anyone wondered 🙂

    It looks like the honey dropped to the bottom of my chocolate bark so the down-side looks like caramel sort of, still great but not perfect, you read me. Just wondered if you had that problem, too, or is it because of the honey… ? I had it in the freezer for some 30 mins before taking out to chop.

    • Hey Imanu! I’m glad you liked the recipe, it is definitely one of my most favorites!! That is interesting about the honey dropping to the bottom! I have never made it with honey, so I have never experienced that problem. It has always been crisp when I take it out of the freezer. Was the honey mixed in really well before you chilled it? I wonder if mixing the ingredients over low heat until the honey completely dissolves would solve the problem…if you try it again with honey let me know if that works! But I’m glad it was still tasty 🙂

  2. I LOVE making coconut oil chocolate but somehow making chocolate bark is something I never thought to try. Ahhh, look how vegan friendly it is! You made my actual day, I’m so doing this tonight and packing some in tomorrow’s lunch!

    • Well then you should definitely try this bark out! I’m so glad I made your day 🙂 I hope you enjoy this! I know my day gets better when I have this to snack on!

    • I’m sure it would be great! But please let me know how it is if you make it with raw cacao, I haven’t experimented with that one yet and would love to know how it turned out! Thanks Aarika 🙂

  3. I am so happy to have discovered this recipe. I have a sweet tooth, and I have been searching for some healthy dessert/snack options. This sounds perfect, and I have all the ingredients. I can’t wait to make this chocolate bark this weekend. Cheers!

    • Good I’m so glad! I hope you enjoy it! It’s one of our favorites 🙂 and it’s sooooo nice to have a healthy snack whenever you get that sweet craving.

    • Thanks Becky! It’s such a great sweet snack that you don’t have to worry about 🙂 I love it when this is hanging out in my fridge!

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