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Paleo Chocolate


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Ingredients

12 portion(s)

Chocolate

  • 210 gram coconut oil
  • 90 gram cacao powder
  • 4 tablespoon Rice malt syrup
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla powder
  • Berries or nuts for garnish
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Recipe's preparation

    Paleo Chocolate
  1. Describe the preparation steps of your recipe

  2. Combine all ingredients in Thermomix bowl and melt 5 minutes/50 degrees/speed 2

    Mix 20 seconds/speed 7 to ensure sweetener is combined

    Pour chocolate into moulds and garnish with berries or nuts of your choice

    Place into freezer for 10 minutes or until set

    Invite some friends over so you don't eat all your chocolate at once!!!

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Tip

This chocolate is lovely with some nut butter sandwiched between layerstmrc_emoticons.)


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  • Fantastic recipe and so easy. My go to for a sweet...

    Submitted by Kris Brothers on 25. November 2018 - 09:47.

    Fantastic recipe and so easy. My go to for a sweet treat. I just added coconut. Keeps in the freezer well. Thank you.

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  • Just made some, somehow I got everywhere...just...

    Submitted by breezer1955 on 26. January 2017 - 17:15.

    Just made some, somehow I got everywhere...just like when i colour my hair lol. cant wait for them to come out of the freezer. The coconut oil was already melted so i skipped the first step

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  • These are fantastic!  I've

    Submitted by namz on 12. February 2015 - 07:01.

    These are fantastic!  I've made the recipe twice now.  I have small mini muffin silicon trays that I put in 2 teaspoons (10g) in to each, so it makes 48 chocolates.  

    In one lot of 12, I put in 1/2 tsp of Coconut and sprinkle some Coconut Flakes on top (like a coconut rough).

    In another lot of 12, I put in crushed Pistachios.

    In another lot, I put in broken up pieces of Dried Banana Chips (YUM!  My favourite)!

    In another lot, I messed around with chunks of Sea Salt (I haven't yet worked out the correct ratio to make this one work though, but once I do, it will be great!)

    I'd like to try for my next batch the suggestion of some nut butter in the centre.  They will be yum, I'm sure. A friend suggested adding Orange Essence and Orange Rind.  I'd also like to try with Peppermint Essence.

    Such a great recipe with so many options available to it!

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  • Glad it was a hit Sarah!

    Submitted by Thermogirlcanberra on 11. November 2014 - 22:13.

    Glad it was a hit Sarah!

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  • P.S.The kids loved it!  So

    Submitted by Sarah_87 on 2. November 2014 - 12:50.

    P.S.The kids loved it!  So much that my daughter wants to take it to school for her bakers day!  Cheers

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  • Thank you, love it!  This

    Submitted by Sarah_87 on 27. October 2014 - 19:34.

    Thank you, love it!  This will be my go to recipe!  Just got to test it out on the kiddies tomorrow! tmrc_emoticons.)

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