Overview

No equipment required! Which means less dishes to clean, which is always a good thing! These raw chocolate haystacks are awesome. I like to store them in the freezer for quick sugar fixes. Coconut and cacao are the main ingredients.
  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    35 min
  • Suggested Servings

    12 servings
  • Shelf Life

    5 days in fridge
  • Equipment

    None

Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Directions

  • 1. Add all ingredients into large bowl except the shredded coconut.
  • 2. Stir with spoon until well mixed.
  • 3. Once combined, add shredded coconut. Stir again until well combined.
  • 4. Form into 12 small mounds and place on plate. Refrigerate for one hour. (Haystacks will harden when cooled.)
  • 5. Store leftover haystacks in refrigerator.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

No equipment required! Which means less dishes to clean, which is always a good thing!

These raw chocolate haystacks are awesome. I like to store them in the fridge for quick sugar fixes. These haystacks are probably one of my top 5 favourite recipes because they are really quick and really good! 

Best served cold, straight-out of the fridge because coconut oil will liquify again once warm. (Note: you can freeze them for longer storage, but they are moist and much better when refrigerated rather than frozen.)

To get the white-coconut effect as seen in the picture, roll your finished haystacks in some additional shredded coconut before freezing.

Nutrition Overview

B+grade
  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Calories.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Dietary Fiber, and Riboflavin.

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I make them with organic agave. I have seen them made with part cacao, part carob. I don't like carob ever, so I skip it. Sometimes to save money I use part raw, organic cacao powder AND part organic, extra dark cocoa powder. I love extra dark chocolate, and these taste like that.

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Great tips Zennifer!

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that is amazing! I need to make more!!

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alrobbins's Review

Raw chocolate haystacks
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This was my first raw recipe. My kids and husband are now convinced!

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Ahhh, love hearin' this! :)

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I dont have maple syrup. is honey a good replacement? I have raw honey or liquid manuka honey.
Thank you abd I cant wait to make them!!

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Hi Juliana! Yes, honey or agave nectar would be just fine :)

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this recipe looks very good , however maple syrup is not raw it is cooked. even if you were to get your hand on raw maple syrup it would'nt taste very good.

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Hi Carlie! What is your preferred raw sweetener? Do you use agave nectar?

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So awesome! I wasn't sure how to make them into stacks without them falling apart, so I put them in muffin pans instead.

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Good idea, Haley. I'm glad you enoyed them!

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My absolute quick go to chocolate fix. Thank you for wonderful recipes :-)

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You are welcome, Solvej! :)

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These are sooo good! I'm in love!!

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Glad to hear it, Stacey! :)

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These are delicious. I made them for a treat so my nephews have something sweet and good to eat on their ride home.
I rolled mine in cacao for extra decadence.

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Ahh, nephew-approved! That's awesome, Robin! :)

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HI..I am not a fan of coconut oil(find the taste too strong)is there any thing else I could use instead?
love your recipes... thanks so much :))))))

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Hi Deborah,

No sorry, there is no easy sub for coconut oil in this recipe.

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I was wondering if I could use raw coconut oil melted as I know that it comes in liquid too but I'd rather melt it. I think the raw coconut oil should work well even when it solidifies later right? What do you think?

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Hi Becca! Usually the consistency of the oil actually depends on the temperature - if its warm when you buy it, it's liquid :) Either is fine.

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These look sooo good! I am going to try making them tomorrow. :) can I substitute coconut nectar for the maple syrup?

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I've never used coconut nectar myself, but if it is similar to agave nectar/maple syrup/honey in terms of sweetness then it'll be fine, Sylvea

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Hi love your site!! What about using brown rice syrup for these? thank you!!

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Hi Linnea, I have never used it and it isn't considered raw, but I am sure it would work out well if the general sweetness is similar to honey or maple syrup as a sweetener

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Also- do I use sweetened coconut or unsweetened? As you can tell I'm new to this- haha

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Unsweetened Linnea :)

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I am allergic to maple syrup, can I use agave instead?

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