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Chewy Chocolate Bars


by Shoshanna Easling

March 2012

Life's Motto: Add More Chocolate! You can do it and stay healthy and fit with this energy boosting delicacy! These chocolate cookies, unlike others filled with processed sugar and grains, are made with high protein ingredients and sweetened with antioxidant rich honey. A super yummy dessert and perfect on-the-go snack! Enjoy and check out my Making Babies Book for more delicious and nutritious recipes.

Chewy Chocolate Bars
Prep: 5 min. Yield: 12 bars

1 cup almond butter
3 cups coconut flakes, unsweetened
2/3 cups cocoa powder
2/3 cups raw honey
1 tsp. sea salt
1/2 tsp. vanilla
1/2 cup almond flour (optional)

Place all ingredients in a food processor or bread machine and blend until combined. In a shallow baking dish, spread mixture evenly to desired thickness. Refrigerate until chocolate is firm. Cut into bars and serve. Enjoy!


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