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40 piece(s)


  • 100 g Good quality Organic Dark Chocolate, (I use Green and Blacks Organic)
  • 400 can coconut cream
  • 2 tbsp Maple Syrup.
  • 2 tbsp Great Lakes Gelatine, (Red Can)
  • 250 g Boiling water

Recipe's preparation

  1. Break chocolate into pieces and chop S7 for 6 secs.


    Melt chocolate for 1 min 90 degrees S2.


    Scrape down bowl with rubber scraper.


    Add maple syrup and coconut cream. 


    Insert butterfly.


    Mix 10 secs on S3.


    Dissolve gelatine in boiling water - make sure there are no lumps. (If there are strain it through a sieve when you put it in bowl.)


    Add gelatine to bowl and mix 6 secs on S2-3 until mixture is combined.


    Pour into a 20 x 26 cm glass dish (or similar) and put in fridge to set for 2 -3 hours.



    Cut into squares and store in a container in the fridge.




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You can also put this into silicon chocolate moulds.

This is a great lunchbox addition - it has healthy fat from the coconut cream to nourish their brains and keep them full for longer.

Good quality gelatine is fantastic for bones, hair and nails too.

Good quality dark chocolate is rich in magnesium.

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  • Thats great I'm happy they

    Submitted by Clairedesat on 23. February 2016 - 21:08.

    Thats great tmrc_emoticons.-) I'm happy they turned out. They are really good for the lunchbox. My little boy loves them, and they are good for them too. tmrc_emoticons.-)

    Claire Desat

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  • Great recipe, thank you.

    Submitted by StackhatSteph on 23. February 2016 - 19:37.

    Great recipe, thank you.  Worked beautifully and the kids loved it in their lunch boxes.  It even lasted well on hot days.

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