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Decadent Chocolate Squares

This is probably our favorite chocolate recipe – it’s simple, quick and we haven’t tasted better chocolate anywhere!

  • ½ Cup Coconut Oil
  • ½ Cup Coconut Manna or Cacao Butter or Coconut Cream (Manna is also known as Coconut Spread)
  • ½ Cup Maple Syrup 
  • ½ Cup of Coconut Sugar (or other granular sweetener)
  • 2 Tablespoons Vanilla
  • 2-3 ounces Ceremonial Cacao
  • Garnish options: coconut flakes, diced hazelnut, salt, orange peel

Melt Coconut Oil & Manna to liquid consistency in a double boiler, being careful not to burn. Once liquid, add maple syrup and keep heat so the mixture is warm. Add Cacao Shavings and Coconut Sugar and stir until smooth. A whisk or fork for a minute or two works well. Add vanilla and stir again. Pour into a separate container and place in fridge. Let sit until it hardens. Cut out chocolate squares and garnish with beans to serve.

It's possible to make this recipe without a double boiler setup. Use a regular pot and keep it on the lowest heat setting and stir continually so it doesn't burn.