Recipe Directions

melt the coconut oil in a double boiler or a glass jar placed in a pan with a warm water, add some agave (the amount depends on how sweet you like your chocolate to be), add some vanilla (scrape the seeds of the bean), start adding your ground almonds and coconut flakes until it gets thicker. pour into nice molds and place in the freezer for about 30 min. eat. enjoy :)
**you can probably substitute coconut oil with cocoa butter or use half of each. i just had coconut oil at home and it worked well.

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Is it possible to buy raw coconut flakes at the grocery store?

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this looks soooo yummy, i need to try it! thanks

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Hi
Although I am not the original creator of this treat I did make it and will offer my measurements for those who asked,
1cup cacao butter
1cup coconut butter (artisana I did not have flakes so this is what I used)
1/2 cup maple sugar (I dont do agave read up on it and you probably wont either)
1/2 cup ground almonds
seeds of 1 vanilla bean
1-2 tbs coconut oil (I dont even think this is necessary when you use the coconut butter)
If you prefer honey or agave or a liquid sweetner then add more ground almonds for solidity. I am going to try to make some treats with Stevia whole leaf powder and will try to post something with that soon. I know maple sugar is not raw but it goes so lovely with white chocolate and we dont do sweets often so for our own rules its ok once in a while but to each his own someone should try dates and see how that works with chocolate. I also dont have fancy molds like this lovely swan so I opt for the natural unbleached paper muffin cups and put them in a muffin pan fill with chocolate and freez till solid then transfer to the fridge. We did hunza raisins in some cups and hempseeds on top it was soooooooo divine!
Namaste and thanks to the original poster of this GREAT idea we had not had white chocolate in years till finding this~!

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amounts please?

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what a beautiful mould!
where'd you find that sweet swan?
neat

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miood-malina - This looks lovely, and I do adore anything chocolate . . . well, I really think it's the "sweet" I adore. Anyway, I'm not very good at coming up with proportions. Would it be possible for you to give a "guestimate" of how much of each ingredient you used? Thanks for sharing your creation.

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Yumm....
I just got some cacao butter and will try your version of 1/2 that and half coconut today, we wanted to be able to make white chocolate for our children since dark cacao is too stimulating for them. Beautiful mold as well!

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