Remember Crispy Chocolate Bars? Or Mr. Krispers? Something like that. Well this recipe I came up with reminds me of that. Simple, quick, and gives you Omega-3s, MCTs, and antioxidants. My version is low-sugar as well, but I'm sure you could use agave, date syrup, or some other raw sweetener if you prefer.
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Recipe Directions

Blend the Cacao, coconut oil, and stevia. Add more stevia or cacao powder if you like it sweeter or "darker". It's important you have it where you want it at this step.

Have a shallow dish ready to pour the chocolate into.

Add the chia seeds quickly and place them in the freezer until set, about 1 hour. You want to get the chocolate quickly to the freezer so that the chia seeds do not have time to absorb the liquid and "gel" up if you want that crispiness!

Break into pieces and enjoy!

ReneeGoesRaw's Thoughts

Remember Crispy Chocolate Bars? Or Mr. Krispers? Something like that. Well this recipe I came up with reminds me of that. Simple, quick, and gives you Omega-3s, MCTs, and antioxidants. My version is low-sugar as well, but I'm sure you could use agave, date syrup, or some other raw sweetener if you prefer.

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sprouted buckwheat make good krispies too! ..but chia is better digestion : )

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I use a small, maybe 4x4 dish. Really just depends how thick you want your chocolate pieces. : )

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This looks easy and delicious!! Just not sure what size pan to use?? Thanks for the recipe.. Eat well, White Tulip

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