Guilt-Free Chocolate Melts | Nourish Real Food | Sara Bradford

Guilt-Free Chocolate Melts

I don’t have a huge sweet tooth — which is why you won’t find a lot of dessert on this site. But I first started making these healthy guilt-free chocolate melts for the holidays about eight or nine years ago now. I love ’em.

You can make these into little guilt free holiday chocolates OR holiday chocolate bark. Yum!! Just add Christmas-y type things (dried cranberries, orange peel, peppermint, coconut, nuts, whatever), And they LITERALLY melt in your mouth. So good!! Or my very favourite: sea salt.

And the guilt-free part…? Well, that’s nice, too!

The recipe below shows you how SIMPLE they are to whip up. Just in time to feed your family a pile of turkey — and now you can skip the Christmas cookies.

Check out some other holiday snacks here: Holiday Gingerbread Power Balls and Sprouted Spelt Holiday Ginger Cookies

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  • 1. In a pot or double boiler melt coconut oil or butter with honey or sweetener of choice.
  • 2. Whisk in raw cacao until well-combined. Additions may be added now. (You may choose to add some salt to the mixture or you may add to top when chocolate is ALMOST set.)
  • 3. Pour into silicone moulds, tiny paper cups or, if making bark...onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
  • 4. Place in freezer or fridge for 30 minutes or until set.
  • 5. Pop out of moulds or off of parchment and enjoy this decadent treat. Keep chocolates stored in fridge or they will begin to melt.

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