Recipe Directions

Combine all ingredients EXCEPT buckwheat till super smooth. You may have to periodically put this back in the dehydrator if it starts to get to stiff. Stir in the dehydrated buckwheat, start with a little, and adjust to your liking. Line a cookie sheet with waxed paper and spread mixture out, or you can pour it into moulds, cover with a sheet of waxed paper and put in freezer to harden. You can score them with a cookie cutter or a pizza cutter before you put them in the freezer to harden, or about a 1/2 an hour to 1 hour after they’ve been in the freezer. This was a huge success, it has the perfect texture, crispy, smooth, creamy, sweet, and chocolatey! Perfect for the munchies

Rawererin's Thoughts

This recipe is highly adaptable as you can see, but it turned out really well.

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Maple syrup is cooked. I have a raw chocolate recipe and you actually don't need as much agave as you put in this recipe, I feel. Check my recipe and adapt this one, maybe. :) It will be hard but taste very sweet if you put in less agave. Agave is sweeter than regular sugar anyway so you can use less, i think.

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Beautiful!!! Thanks! :)

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I'm working on adapting the recipe so the bar will harden completely, I think mine didn't because I used so much agave, I found that maple syrup really compliments chocolate well and allows it to harden, so the next time I make these I'm going to use maple syrup instead

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I'm so glad you guys like this... here's a pic

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Wow, I can't believe it!!! Nestle Crunch was my favorite candy bar!! Please post a picture!!! :)

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Ditto what angie said, that was my first thought!!!

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I am definitely wanting to buy chocolate molds now! :)

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Add nuts and raisins instead of buckwheat and make "Chunkies"

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I third the picture pleading! I would also be interested in a buckwheat substitute. My mother has had serious trouble in digesting them so I am not allowed to eat it. Thanks a bunch!

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yes pleeeeeeeeeeease post a picture!! This sounds awesome!! But is there anything I can substitute for buckwheat? I have an allergy. Thanks!

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You can also get Nestle lookalike molds. This would be perfect in there! I can't wait to try this out.

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It works with coconut oil and powdered cacao. I just made some. It was fast, easy and tasty!

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post a picture please! would coconut oil work instead of cacao butter - it's pretty expensive.

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this sounds so yummy, can't wait to try it

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I had the same idea, but I've never used cacao butter - just coconut oil. Thanks for saving me the trouble of coming up with the recipe!

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OH So yum, when I'm done with this losing weight thing, this will be my first treat~! Thank you!

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