Guilt Free Chocolate Bar

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Today, for the first time ever, I made my own chocolate bars. I am so excited about these chocolate bars that I wanted to share the recipe with you right away. Not only am I going to share the recipe with you, but I am also going to give you a behind the scenes look at where I source each ingredient from. How cool is that!

Do you like chocolate? I know the answer. Me too!

I made about 12 of these bars. Don’t they look awesome!

Once you take a bite, it is like launching your taste buds into another orbit. So creamy and smooth, each bite leaves you energized, satisfied and super happy!

How about that, a chocolate bar that instantly makes you HEALTHY & HAPPY!

Each ingredient is based on pure, living food and packs a nutritional punch you feel right down to each and every cell in your body. Do you want to know what the ingredients are and where I got them?

Ingredients

1 pound of raw cacao butter
4 tablespoons organic raw cacao powder
1 cup organic raw cacao nibs
1/2 cup Goji Berries
1/2 cup Unsulphured Dried Cherries
1/4 cup mulberries
1 cup mix of walnuts, cashews and almonds

How to Prepare

Place your cacao butter into a bowl and put it into your dehydrator to melt. You can use your oven on very low heat as well if needed (No higher then 115 for both). I like to soak all my nuts for 24 hours to remove any molds and to release the digestives enzymes. If this extra step is too much for you, don’t do it. Once soaked, place all your ingredients into a large bowl and add the melted cacao butter. Mix well together and place your mixture into a large baking dish with parchment paper underneath. The mix will begin to harden within a matter of minutes. Place it into your fridge for one hour then cut into bar size and place in your freezer to enjoy as desired.

Recipe Tip

Spread your mixture into ice cube trays to create individually portions for quick on the go snacking. So good!
I recognize that many of these ingredients are not cheap, but I am at the point where I will spend the extra to eat the healthiest food on the planet. These foods not only fill me up faster (so I eat way less), my grocery store bills have almost disappeared since I began eating more plant based, wild and super foods.

I invite you to do the same and my book “The Power of Food” will help guide you to this point.

Let me know how you enjoy making and eating these bars. They are now on my top 5 list of all time best Power of Food recipes.

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About Adam Hart

Adam Hart is the bestselling author of The Power of Food. When not on stage speaking, Adam can be found helping one of his many corporate clients in awakening an abundance of energy through his highly engaging stress management solutions.Contact Adam to book a demo for an enhanced corporate wellness experience.

Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    I made this recipe twice.  Used a small cookie sheet. The first time I followed it exactly and there was a lot of Cacao butter bits with not much added fruit etc.  so when I ate it I had to scoop a handful of raisons or dried cherries or mulberries to help get it down.  
    The second time I doubled all the nuts and berries and it looked a lot more like the picture. Tasted better too. A bit of cane sugar helped. 

  2. My son is very picky about texture and what it looks like, this would never pass for him but it sounds really good compared to what is out there these days!

  3. Did I miss the section that tells me where you bought the ingredients?

  4. So how did you get those ingredients as you promised to tell?

  5. Greta Borick-Cunningham says:

    Hi Adam

    What is the difference between cocoa and cacao powder?

    Thanks,

    • Cocoa tends to be the processed chocolate powders with sugar and or other ingredients added to it. Cacao is the more natural, less processed way of consuming real chocolate in powder form and offers more nutrients depending on the source. I get my cacao from http://www.harmonicarts.ca

  6. If I don’t want to add the nuts or seeds, does the chocolate bar work with just 1 pound of cacao butter & 4 tablespoons of cacao powder?

    Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  7. Where do you get cacao butter?

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