Quick fix Raw Chocolate bar

Fancy a quick fix raw chocolate bar that is ridiculously packed with nutrients, immune building lauric acid from coconut oil and adaptable depending what you have at hand. *AND* it takes one minute to make and 15 minutes to freeze before you get to indulge?

I did too when I whipped this up for the first time a couple of years ago now. So, so easy. Enjoy!

And here pictured with a bit more time on hands, making little raw chocolate men with toasted coconut on top. Perfect for little people. If you’re worried about amount of cocoa / caffeine for little people, why not half the chocolate with carob powder half  / half? Delicious, fruity taste!


Real Treats. Happy Bodies

If you whizz some up, pop it on instagram @lowtoxlife

Hope you love this ridiculously easy treat,

Quick Fix Raw Chocolate bar

Cook Time15 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Servings: 3 40g bars



  • Mix it all up with a spoon in a bowl. Plop onto parchment. Find my favourite parchment here. Spread out and freeze for 15 minutes, or fridge for 30 minutes. Done and yum! You can cut into 3 bars if you fancy and serve with a dusting of cacao or desiccated coconut.
  • This is so fast to make that you could literally take a minute during a movie intermission!



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    Hi Sarah – that’s so odd. Only thing I can think is the lack of coconut not being replaced by another ‘solid’ ingredient, meant the liquids didn’t bind properly. I’ve made this one a thousand times, so there must have been a little imbalance in the wet / dry ingredients. Excited to have you on the blog and let me know how you go with this one next time and of course other recipes. And yes, I delete a couple of spams a day. Thems the breaks in blog land 🙂

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      Just crush the nuts with the back of a knife… And I have akismet too. THe spam seems to have come back. Will check if my plugin is up to date. Thanks again 🙂

  2. Just made this with my 4 year old, although she refused to try it, it definitely hit my afternoon craving of chocolate. Saving me a trip to the shops! Thanks 🙂

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      Perfect Jemimah! Sorry I missed your comment way back in 2013. Just saw it replying to a recent one! Hopefully your little lady is enjoying it these days x

  3. So easy to make and super delicious. Thanks for another great recipe Alexx 🙂 I put Buckini’s, Pepita’s and Cacao Nibs in. I might try adding some nuts next time.

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  4. What an easy recipe, and yummy to boot!! I made two batches due to likes and dislikes in the family. Hubby doesn’t like the texture of desiccated coconut so I replaced it with coconut butter and added a few extra add-ins as it was runnier. So so good!
    Thank you!

  5. I have made this twice now (second time I doubled the quantities to fill my slim slab bar tin) – and I am totally addicted to it! This is THE best healthy version of a choc hit that I have come across so far ….. I am always going to have some of this in my freezer for a quick nibble when the cravings occur. I add some tart dried cherries and it is just divine. Thank you Alexx for an amazing quick and easy healthy snack. I just love it!!!

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      Aw you’re super welcome Janet – it’s ridiculously simple isn’t it? I have some in my freezer right now thanks for reminding me! x

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