Raw chocolate coconut bars

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This is part of a series of recipes making lovely raw sweet treats inspired by the delightful Larabars. While they are made from whole foods, they are still a sweet treat and as such should be consumed in moderation! You can find all the posts by clicking here.

These raw chocolate coconut bars are a delicious choc flavoured treat. Made from simple ingredients, you can make it in batches to keep them in the freezer for those emergency times when you need something sweet. They are inspired by the Chocolate coconut chew Larabars.
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Raw chocolate coconut bars
Recipe type: Sweet treats
  1. Add dates and nuts to the food processor and blend. Blend for a few minutes, scrape down the sides and blend again.
  2. Add the coconut and cacao powder and pulse again until the mixture is soft and sticks together.
  3. Do not over process though, as you will end up mixture that is too runny.
  4. Press into a lined tin and allow to set in the fridge for a couple of hours.
  5. Once set use a sharp knife to cut into bars. They will be soft still, but should easily form bars when you cut them.
  6. Best stored in the fridge and they also store well in the freezer. Makes 12.


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  1. says

    These look amazing! So simple and perfect to grab as a snack when leaving the house in a rush. Would probably be amazing with some cinnamon & cayenne in there as a variation, or matcha! Thanks for the recipe, Nic!

  2. says

    Thanks Emma! Your variations sound excellent too. Now I am confident with getting the base right, I am going to play with flavourings etc. Hope yours turn out well!