Saturday, July 7, 2012

Raw Chocolate Crackle Slice

I hope you all like coconut because here is another sweet coconut recipe. This one came about one afternoon when i was scourging through my cupboard looking for desert ingredients to make something wholesome and delicious for desert. When creating this desert I didn’t think it was going to be so good and I didn’t measure or write anything down, oops. This recipe has been trailed and tested a few times so don’t worry, it should work for you. Part of the reason for this blog is to write all of my creations down as I go, even if they don’t become famous and end up here, that way they can be recreated and enjoyed. This recipe is rich and really reminded me, in both taste and texture, of my childhood chocolate crackles. My version however is far better for you. You could also place 1 tblsp of the combined topping ingredients in patty pan cases for kids party’s and recreate the famous chocolate crackle. But shhhhhhh don’t tell the kids (and adults) it’s good for them. Enjoy everyone.


  • ½ cup Raw Walnuts,
  • ½ cup Raw Almonds,
  • ½ cup Macadamia Nuts,
  • 6 Fresh Meejol Dates (or other),

  • 1 cup Coconut,
  • ½ cup Coconut Oil,
  • ½ cup Raw Cacao Powder,
  • 1-2 tblsp Maple Syrup,
  • 1 cup Pitted Dates,

  • In a food processor/blender process all ingredients for the base until it resembles bread crumbs but holds together. Add a little water if it is not holding together. Press in to spring form cake tin or a lined square slice tin. Refrigerate for 20 minutes Again in a food processor blend all of the topping ingredients together until smooth. Do not over blend otherwise the coconut oil will separate from the other ingredients. Smooth evenly over base and allow to set in the refrigerator. This should only take 1 hour.

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