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Are you tired of stealing Halloween chocolate from your children’s booty after a hard night of trick or treating? Do you feel guilty eating up the treats you bought to distribute, then turning away neighbourhood kids empty-handed? If you’ve answered yes to either of these questions, then you need to make a little time in your busy schedule to make a batch of Coconut Cacao Bark. Kiss guilt goodbye. These babies are on the healthy side – if you are able to practice potion control.

Coconut Cacao Bark

Coconut Cacao Bark

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Fill a bowl with hot water. Place the jar of coconut oil on its side in the water until the oil turns liquid.

Combine cacao powder and salt in a bowl. Add melted coconut oil and stir well, then add coconut nectar and stir well.

Pour chocolate mixture onto baking sheet. Tip the pan to make the chocolate spread to the thickness you desire. Sprinkle on nuts and dried berries. Set in freezer for 1 hour or in fridge until firm. Break or cut into pieces. Store in freezer or fridge.

Coconut Cacao Bark

Coconut Cacao Bark Print Ready Recipe

Coconut Cacao Bark

Final notes:

  • Thanks to Biliana Kovacevic for finding Amy Jo‘s Raw Chocolate Bark recipe that inspired this Coconut Cacao Bark.
  • This is the third Jittery Bark, so you can try them all and choose your favourite. The first two are Chocolate Nut Butter Bark and Dark Chocolate Bark.
  • Maybe you aren’t a chocoholic? Check out these delicious, nutritious snacks below from CrudessenceChipotle Crunch and Gaïa Blend. Plan ahead with tasty treats to stay clear of all that Halloween junk candy.

Jittery Sancks

Coconut Cacao Bark