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Raw Almond and Coconut Chocolate Spread

by atlea (follow)
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Many enjoy the full, rich taste of chocolate and nut spreads, but those being full of sugar and milk products, I decided to re-create a vegan and cane sugar free version which requires no cooking!



Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 0 minutes
Makes: 10 - 15 servings

Ingredients
100 grams of raw coconut paste
100 grams of raw almond meal, or grind your own
100 grams of raw cacao powder
1 1/2 tablespoons of raw agave syrup



Method

In a suitable pot or other container add together the coconut paste and almond meal and stir until combined.



Now add the cacao powder and agave syrup and once again stir until combined.



Spoon the mixture into a suitable jar and store in your cupboard. Bon appetit!

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#Quick
#Easy
#Chocolate
#Coconut
#Almonds
#Vegetarian
#Vegan
#Spread
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Greetings! I must add a little alteration to the recipe at hand. I have tried this again and it turned out a little dry. I believe having first made this on a warm day may have helped it keep spreadable but once cold it was more solid, so I would like to mention here that adding about 30 grams of coconut oil and another 1 1/2 tablespoons of agave syrup should keep this spread true to its name. :-)

- atlea
by atlea
Hello, how long does this recipe last for?
Howdy!
if you store it in your cupboard and it is not all too warm or damp and not overly exposed to bacteria, it will last for about a few months. If you put it in the fridge it will keep for around a year, however you will have to heat the spread prior to its spreading, as it will solidify in cold temperatures.

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