Healthy Chocolate Bars



The other day I’ve been thinking about what a beautiful community we have become. Most of the time I get suggestions and feedbacks from you and I cannot be able to tell you how much I love them. Whenever you see an authentic recipe I get a message. Whenever you like a recipe or you don’t or you see something is wrong, I get a message. All messages are full of kindness and support.

If you follow me closely you probably know that I especially care about kindness online. I simply cannot tolerate rudeness. The increase of anger, dare and courage in people when there is a keyboard and monitor in between scares me. The worst is it’s all about human nature and has nothing to do with the person’s education.

Whenever I run into situations like these I think about The Lord of the Flies, written bu William Golding. I remember seeing its movie when I was a child, and I also took the book as a course in university. If you haven’t read it, let me clarify: the book is about a handful of little boys, becoming complete wildings after getting stranded on an island. Abandoning all things civilized in a world where there is no adults and restrictions. It’s scary.

The web is , just like a deserted island, unrestrained and unbounded. It makes it so easy to insult all kinds of people and you don’t even have to see their faces again. One button ends all. All you can do is to hold on to that feeling of civilization you have inside.

I wish all of you days full of kindness, away from anger and negativity.

Actually I wasn’t planning on publishing something today, but being planned is not my thing. Chocolate Bars recipe was a request and the dough is very similar to my 3 ingredient biscuit recipe, so they can also be called Chocolate Biscuits.

By the way, I will be posting a sauce recipe this week if I can. And what a sauce! Anyway, I am not letting out more as I really love surprising you.





Healthy Chocolate Bars

Prep Time: 30 min

Cooking Time: 20-25 min

Serves: 8 pcs



For the bars

50 gr (2/3 cup) unsweetened shredded coconut

100 gr (1 cup) walnut kernels

3 tblspns (24 gr) cacao or carob powder

1 egg white (my eggs are pasture raised so they are very small)

10 pitted dates (80 gr) (soaked in water for 15 mins)

For the sauce*

50 gr (10 melted tblspns) butter or coconut oil

3 tblspns (24 gr) cacao or carob powder

2 tblspns (40 gr) honey

2 tblspns water


1-Set the oven to 150 C.

2-Pulse walnuts, coconuts, dates and egg white until a thick dough forms. You can pulse them separately and then knead into a dough if you like.

3-Shape the dough in your hands into long, cylinder bars and place on a parchment covered baking sheet. Bake for 20-25 mins, remove and cool.

4- Melt the butter/coconut oil in very low heat and remove from heat. Add remaining sauce ingredients and mix until smooth. Dip&roll the bars in the sauce quickly and place back on parchment paper. Refrigerate for 1-2 hours and serve.


*The sauce was only enough to cover 6 bars so feel free to increase the sauce ingredients by 1/4.



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