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Paleo Chocolate Bark Made Three Ways

Paleo Chocolate Bark Made Three Ways

With Christmas only round the corner, it is time to start thinking about presents, if you have not started to already. Of course, you can buy the usual chocolates from the store but why not gift something a little more special. I love this little trio because they are all full of different distinct flavours and they are fairly unique to the standard flavoured chocolates we are used to. I am always keen to try new foods so if you have a friend or family member who is like me, give them these chocolates as a present this Christmas!

Carob powder is made from dried, roasted carob tree pods and has a sweet taste. It contains calcium, a fundamental mineral for well-being, which is important for bone health and muscle function. It is also high in fiber which helps you stay fuller for longer, prevents constipation, aids with maintaining healthy bowels and lowers your cholesterol. Furthermore, it is a good source of antioxidants which assists with recovery.

Break this bark up into large chunks, to mimic a chocolate bar, and wrap nicely or go for smaller chunks which can be consumed in one mouthful and place into plastic bags with cute ribbon for decoration.

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Paleo Chocolate Bark Made Three Ways
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
portions (each flavour)
Ingredients
Common Ingredients
Roasted Pistachio & Cranberry
Ginger & Salty Coconut
Cardamon & Cinnamon
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
portions (each flavour)
Ingredients
Common Ingredients
Roasted Pistachio & Cranberry
Ginger & Salty Coconut
Cardamon & Cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Heat a pan on a medium heat and add the cacao butter, cacao powder, carob powder and raw honey. Stir until completed melted.
  2. Split the melted chocolate into three separate bowls and stir half of each flavour to each bowl.
  3. Pour each bowl of melted chocolate over parchment paper and top with the remaining ingredients for each flavour.
  4. Leave to cool overnight in the fridge then break with hands into pieces of bark. Enjoy!
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