Tagged: #chocolate

01
Mar
2018

Low fibre approximately fibre (makes 4 serves) approximately 2-3 grams of fibre per serve
*Vegetarian, vegan

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01
Mar
2018

High fibre makes 4 serves, approximately 3-4 grams of fibre per serve
*Vegetarian, vegan

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12
Feb
2016

Open Heart Pretzels (low fibre)

Less than 1 gram of fibre per pretzel (Make as many serves as you require)

Ingredients

  • 1 bag of pretzels
  • 100 grams of dark chocolate
  • Red sprinkles

Method

  1. Lay out a sheet of baking paper on a cool surface
  2. Gently heat chocolate in a Pyrex bowl sitting in a saucepan with 10cms of water, gently heat the water to a bubbling simmer, add the chocolate to the Pyrex bowl and stir the chocolate frequently until it is melted and turn the heat off
  3. Dip one side of the pretzel in chocolate and add a liberal shake of sprinkles immediately so they stick, lay on the baking paper
  4. Repeat until you have the required amount
  5. Let cool and cover until they are ready to serve (0-4 hours)
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01
Jun
2015
Makes roughly 25 squares (approximately 3-4 grams of fibre per square)
 
*Vegan and vegetarian friendly

Ingredients
  • 200 grams of almond meal
  • 4 heaped tablespoons of cocoa powder
  • 130 grams of coconut oil (make sure this is the oil that has a taste, some coconut oils state, 'minimal coconut aroma and taste')
  • 3 tablespoons of organic coconut syrup
  • 28 grams of chopped goji or dried fruit of your choice (Anything can be used here, marshmallows, nuts, seeds, jelly beans etc., this will alter the fibre count)
  • Coconut oil or other oil cooking spray
  • 20cms X 20 cms tin pan or silicone baking tray
 
Method

Lightly spray tray with oil
Place almond meal in a mixing bowl
Place a glass bowl in boiling water to gently melt coconut oil (if not melted)
Add the coconut syrup and stir through (it will not blend completely)
Place almond meal, heaped cocoa powder and chopped fruit in the mixing bowl and combine
Mix coconut oil and syrup through the dry ingredients until mixed into a paste
Quickly pour into the container and smooth surface with the back of a large spoon or spatula
Let cool and refrigerate for 20 minutes
Cut into roughly 4cm squares (approx. 25 squares)
Can be eaten immediately or stored for a week in the fridge in an airtight container
 
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01
Jun
2015
Makes roughly 25 squares (approximately 1-2 grams of fibre per square)
*Vegan and vegetarian friendly

Ingredients
  • 200 grams of blended cashew nuts
  • 4 heaped tablespoons of cocoa powder
  • 130 grams of coconut oil (make sure this is the oil that has a taste, some coconut oils state, 'minimal coconut aroma and taste')
  • 3 tablespoons of organic coconut syrup
  • 28 grams of chopped goji, or dried fruit of your choice (not seeded - Anything can be used here, marshmallows, jelly beans etc., be careful with this as adding extra nuts or seeds could alter the fibre count)
  • Coconut oil or other oil cooking spray
  • 20cms X 20 cms tin pan or silicone baking tray
Method
Lightly spray tray with oil
Blend the cashew nuts until fine and powdery place in a mixing bowl
Place a glass bowl in boiling water to gently melt coconut oil (if not melted)
Add the coconut syrup and stir through (it will not blend completely)
Place cashew nuts, heaped cocoa powder and chopped fruit in the mixing bowl and combine
Mix coconut oil and syrup through the dry ingredients until mixed into a paste
Quickly pour into the container and smooth surface with the back of a large spoon or spatula
Let cool and refrigerate for 20 minutes
Cut into roughly 4cm squares (approx. 25 squares)
Can be eaten immediately or stored for a week in the fridge in an airtight container
 
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