Going Raw – Day 31

chocolate coconut barsThe final day. I just finished a whole month of vegan eating, the first two weeks 100% raw. I had never done all raw for so long before. Thank-you for following my posts. And now… the recipe my fellow chocoholics have been waiting for:

Vegan Chocolate coconut bars: (with raw version included)

For the filling:

2 cups shredded unsweetened coconut
2 Tbsp Agave, or you could use Maple syrup or honey
1/8 cup coconut oil, melted – if you want to use this as a raw recipe, the dehydrator will melt the oil)
1 Tsp Vanilla extract, (raw – scrape the inside of a vanilla bean)

Put all in food processor and add a tiny bit of water if necessary, process with “S” blade until it will stick together. On a sheet of wax paper, form little bar shapes

For the coating:

1/4 cup cocoa or raw cacao powder
1/8 cup coconut oil, melted
2 Tbsp Agave (or honey or maple syrup)

On medium heat, stir the coating until it is a little fudgy in texture, but still pourable. For raw, just mix the melted oil, cacao and Agave together. Pour over the coconut shapes, let harden .They will be a little sticky still when hard, and if you don’t like very sweet things, you can reduce the sweetener in the filling and/or the coating. The taste is similar to the commercial chocolate coconut bars, but a whole lot healthier. Still a concentrated sweet, so be careful…but enjoy!

Here is what I ate today:


Smoothie with kale , swiss chard, spinach, strawberries, chia seeds and lime
Leftover pancakes with blueberry sauce


Vegetarian taco chili with kidney beans, black beans, tomato sauce, organic taco seasoning
Leftover potatoes


Flax crackers with guacamole – avocado, lime juice, Tamari, Himalayan salt
Steamed purple cabbage with olive oil, salt and pepper
Brown rice cereal with rice milk


Smoothie as at breakfast

About Wendy Presant, Registered Health and Nutrition Counselor, Certified AIP Coach

I am a registered health and nutrition counselor with a special interest in helping caregivers dealing with autoimmune disease. I am also a Certified AIP coach. Caregivers often put other's needs ahead of their own, and consequently, their own health suffers. I can help you get back on track. To find out more about how I coach, you can book a free fifteen minute phone call at https://wendy-presant.practicebetter.io/#/5f2552f72a90290754264baf/bookings?s=5f2556142a9029075426521d.

Posted on June 1, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. They look yuuuummy – will have to brave making some 🙂

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