4 simple ingredients, seriously delicious chocolate enjoyed by everyone. I always have a batch of this in the freezer and it is my go to easy dessert when I’m craving something sweet, which is everyday (therefore I usually make a double batch).
Halloween is around the corner and this is a perfect way to celebrate! Instead of buying chocolate which contains animal products, make a difference by making this tasty concoction (plus, bonus it’s healthier).
However, you don’t have to miss out on all the fun here is a list of Halloween candy that’s vegan, that you can buy to hand out or give to your kids or eat yourself! There are a couple I don’t recognize but some notable ones are Skittles, Rockets, Sour Patch Kids, Air Heads, Twizzlers, Jolly Ranchers, Fuzzy Peaches and Swedish Berries/Fish (my favourite), plus the mini chip bags (excluding the cheesy ones obviously). So many yummy options!
If you are looking for some more creative options to hand out go to Costco or the bulk food section to get chocolatey granola bars (Ex. mini Cliff bars, Kind bars, Lara Bars), energy balls, chips, and popcorn. This way kids will be excited to get something different in their bag and you are not supporting companies that use animal products. On to the recipe! This makes more than one serving, but it is good for a snack and then leftover for tomorrow.
Reese Cups – Peanut butter (swirl into mixture)
Nutella Bar – Crushed Hazelnuts
Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut – Almonds + Pumpkin Seeds + Craisins
Superfood – Cashews + Goji + Cacao Nibs + Coconut (not a real chocolate bar but yummy)
Terry’s Chocolate Orange – Orange juice + Zest
After-eight – Peppermint Extract
Crunch Bar – Crispy rice, puffed rice or puffed quinoa
Shown in the photo (What I had in my fridge):
Almonds + Pumpkin Seeds + Coconut + Cacao Nibs
Frozen Raspberries + Puffed Quinoa + Cacao Nibs
- 2 Tbsp Raw Cacao Powder (or unsweetened cocoa powder)
- 2 Tbsp Coconut oil
- 1 Tbsp Maple Syrup
- 1 Tbsp Almond Butter*
- Topping Options:
- Almonds, Cashews
- Pumpkin Seeds
- Walnuts, Pecans, Hazelnuts
- Craisins / Raisins
- Goji Berries
- Cacao nibs
- Frozen Raspberries
- Orange juice + zest
- Peppermint extract
- Peanut butter (or nut butter)
- Puffed rice or quinoa
- First melt the coconut oil, maple syrup and almond butter in the microwave or a small pot. Be careful not to burn it.
- When the coconut oil is full melted stir in the cacao powder.
- Pour in to a container or a chocolate bar mould and add you desired toppings.See above for interesting flavour combos.
- Put in the freezer for approximately 10 minuets or until solid. Enjoy!
- Store in the freezer or fridge until serving.