Sea Salt Chocolate Chunks

Healthy, ridiculously simple, and delicious. 
That is the beauty of this chocolate.

It is not a true chocolate as it is made with coconut oil instead of cocoa butter, but since I can get good quality coconut oil for less than 1/2 the price of good quality cocoa butter, I say they are perfect for a GAPS legal chocolate fix.

They deliciously hit the spot, without being either unhealthy or breaking the bank. I heartily appreciate it.

  • 1/2 cup cocoa powder (this is my favorite baking cocoa but this time I used special dark as I can get that locally and was out)
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil
  • 1/4 cup honey (preferably raw and local)
  • scrapings from 1 vanilla bean
  • 1/8 –  1/4 teaspoon real salt (I used 1/4 t of salt, and it was definitely salty, which I loved, but I might use a touch less next time) 

Melt all of the ingredients together over low heat.

Whisk, or blend, until smooth.

Pour onto a parchment paper topped plate or lined 9″ baking pan.

Refrigerate, or freeze, until firm.

Move the parchment paper to a cutting board and chop the chocolate.

Perfect for snacking, but make sure you keep them in the fridge as they melt easily.

For true chocolate chips or chunks check out this recipe. 


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