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Crackle

Brief Description

A very time efficient dessert especially if you haven't got any chocolate (or don't like to leave chocolate around the house). All you need is some freezing time (around 20mins) and voila a dessert in no time! 

You can swap the peanut butter for almond butter, or leave it out completely but adds a nice richness. You can also swap the sweetener depending on what you have but a NO sugar option would be the Natvia (stevia), LOW sugar option would be the rice malt syrup and the HIGH sugar option would be honey or coconut sugar. However the amount of good fats in the crackle will maintain this as a low GI dessert. 

Ingredients

Crackle

Choc crackle

Healthy Recipes

frozenraspberry


1 cup

cocoa powder


3TB

roast almonds


1/2 cup

roast cashews


1/2 cup

des. coconut


1/2 cup

des. coconut


3TB

Natvia/honey


3TB

peanut butter


1/3 cup

coconut oil


1 cup

Cook Time

0 hrs : 30m

Difficulty

1/10

Makes / Serves

Nutrition Facts

calories90 kcal
carbs12.00 g
sugar4.00 g
fat10.00 g
protein3.00 g

Directions

  • Gently melt the coconut oil in a pot then either using your hand or a food processor, blend coconut oil with almond or peanut butter until creamy and soft.
  • Add in cocoa powder and Natvia or other sweetener and blend too. Then fold in nuts, 1/2 cup coconut and sunflower seeds (optional- for a bit of a crunch). 
  • Line a meat loaf or brownie tray with baking paper or plastic wrap. 
  • Pour mixture inside evenly then scatter the frozen raspberries evenly through it. you may have to use your hand to press them into slightly into the mixture so they don't dislodge once frozen.
  • Sprinkle desiccated coconut over the top and put in freezer to harder. This will take approx. 10-15 mins. Keep in freezer until needed. You can then cut or break the crackle into pieces to share. Serving size is approx. size of your thumb. 


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