This sugar free chocolate is made with raw organic cacao powder. No soy lecithin or sugar syrups in this recipe. It's healthy and satisfying. Keep it in the refrigerator. I have successfully taken a few pieces with me to work for a snack but it's not heat stable for long periods of time.
3 Tb. organic grass fed salted butter
3 Tb. organic coconut oil
Liquid vanilla stevia
1 cup raw organic cacao powder
Melt the following in a warm pan, as if you're making a chocolate sauce:
3 tablespoon organic grass fed salted butter
(use palm oil if avoiding butter)
3 tablespoons organic coconut oil
Gradually add about 1/2 - 3/4 cup raw organic cacao powder. You may have to experiment with the amounts, add enough cacao until the mixture is thick enough to spread into a thin layer. The more cacao the darker the chocolate.
Add 3-4 droppers of liquid vanilla stevia to taste.
Spread the mixture onto a piece of aluminum foil in a thin layer.
Optional add-ins: Sprinkle with crushed walnuts or other seeds or nuts, acai powder, chia seed, desiccated coconut or even dried wheat grass greens. You can make this a super antioxidant treat! Sometimes I sprinkle a touch of xylitol over the top to make it a touch sweeter and give it some crunch.
Place your sheet of chocolate in the freezer for about 20 minutes. After the chocolate has hardened you can break it into pieces and store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Enjoy a few pieces as a healthy pick me up with some afternoon coffee or tea!