I've seen a million and twelve recipes for chocolate barks this past holiday season, paleo and non paleo alike, and figured it was time to create my own chocolatey goodness. This the perfect contribution to a holiday party, family gathering, or just for vegging out and getting cozy in front of a warm fire.
4 oz dark chocolate (I used 100% dark chocolate for mine.)
2 Tbsp coconut oil
2 Tbsp honey
Optional: Coconut sugar to dust
In a large sauce pan or frying pan, add coconut oil, and melt on low heat. Next add in chocolate stirring as not to burn, and finally pour in honey and mix very well until ingredients are thoroughly combined.
Pour the mix onto a sheet of parchment paper that is laid on a cooking pan (with edges!) Next add a couple of handfuls of your favorite paleo granola (I used Wildway!) You can also sprinkle the granola on the parchment paper first, then add the chocolate to cover. Optional: sprinkle with a dusting of coconut sugar if the chocolate is still too bitter.
Freeze for a couple of hours until bark has hardened then break with a spoon or your hands into large and small bite size pieces. Store in the freezer until serving — these will melt if left out too long, so store them in the freezer after each serving.
Come gather around the warm glow of the fire and listen, watch, share, discover, and be inspired by the conversation. It is here where we explore stories, and new ideas. Pull up a rock.