Chocolate Power Bars

Sugar Free Recipe

Barry and FriendI got together with one of my Sugar Free friends and we set out to make some Chocolate Power Bars. Big task for a couple people with no skills in the fine art of chocolate baking.

Save for the fact that these have to be kept in the refrigerator (or freezer), they are 100% perfect and wonderful. The melting chocolate at room temperature could be handled by heating and cooling the baking chocolate like you know what you’re doing!

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1 lb. Organic Raisins

1/2 lb. Almonds (or peanuts – we made a batch of each!)

Unsweetened shredded coconut

1 lb. Unsweetened baking chocolate (we went with Ghirardelli because – why not, right?)


Either melt the chocolate correctly using these steps, or do what we did and just plan on storing them in the refrigerator or freezer. We have kids and knew they wouldn’t last long so we didn’t get fancy!

Chocolate Power Bars Step 1

Next, chop the nuts using a food processor.

Add the raisins to the food processor and whip it until you have a gooey, nutty paste. If it’s too thick, use a tbsp of coconut oil to thin and use rubber spatula to push it into the blade area.

Chocolate Power Bars Step 2

Take the paste and spread it 1/4? thick onto a parchment covered baking sheet and spread melted chocolate on top. Put into freezer for 10 minutes.

Remove from freezer and turn over. Peel the paper off the bottom and apply remainder of chocolate. Sprinkle shredded coconut on top of the chocolate and return to freezer for 10 minutes.

Chocolate Power Bars Step 3

Cut into bar sized pieces and store in refrigerator or freezer.

Chocolate Power Bars Step 4


2 Responses to “Chocolate Power Bars”

  1. Linda Berg says:

    I can’t wait to make these. I wondered how I could live without ever tasting chocolate again……now I don’t have to! Yay! Thanks, guys! <3

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