- 60 grams raw almonds
- 20 grams Desiccated Coconut
- 10 grams raisins (optional)
- 10 grams rice puffs
- 10 grams Coconut sugar
- 4-5 drops Peppermint essence oil
- 250 grams dark melting cocoa (70% cocoa)
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Silicone moulds work best, otherwise use a shallow brownie tin or muffin tin - spray lightly with coconut oil spray
Place almonds into bowl 15sec sp5. Set aside and keep approx 20g of the chopped up almonds in a separate bowl for later use
Place melting cocoa into bowl, grate 10sec sp9 then melt 50deg 2-3min sp3. Scrape bowl in between
Add remaining ingredients except for the 20g chopped almonds and set aside a fee pinches of desiccated coconut. 15sec sp2
Pour mixture into moulds, about 1-2cm thick and sprinkle with a little (reserved) desiccated coconut and almonds and refrigerate 30min - enjoy!
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I prefer cacao butter with carob powder but you can use any melting chocolate in place of melting cocoa. Use shaped ice moulds for fun - kids will love it.
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