Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Peppermint Bark Recipe


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Give yourself a healthy sweet treat that is guilt-free and tastes amazing. This no-bake chocolate peppermint bark recipe satisfies and is easy to make. Candyland Healthy Peppermint Bark. (gluten-free) 1/2 cup coconut butter (Cacao butter might work, but I haven’t tried.) 12 drops pure peppermint extract (scant 1/4 tsp), or more if desired. 1 1/2 tbsp pure maple syrup OR stevia drops to taste (I even like it unsweetened, so you can try that too!) optional sprinkles, crushed candy canes, or other. This peppermint bark is the perfect healthy treat for this holiday season and I am sure everyone at the party will absolutely love this delicious and refreshing dessert.

Marry Christmas and warm hugs to each and every one of you who follow my blog and inspire me to create these recipes!Ingredients: 1/4 cup raw hazelnuts 1/4 cup raw almonds 1/3 cup large flake dried coconut 1/2 cup virgin coconut oil 1/2 cup cocoa or cacao powder. Grease an 8×8 square glass baking dish with coconut oil or line with parchment paper. Combine oats and shredded coconut in a mixing bowl and set aside.

Combine peanut butter, almond milk, maple syrup and cocoa powder in a saucepan. Cook on medium heat while stirring the mixture until well combined. Put all ingredients except candy canes in a high-powered blender or food processor.

Process until you have a smooth mixture. Place the crushed candy canes into a shallow bowl. Roll the date mixture into 2-teaspoon sized balls and then roll the balls in the crushed candy cane mixture to coat them. In a medium, microwave-safe bowl, add Chocolate Layer ingredients: chocolate chips and coconut cream. Heat in 15-second increments until just slightly softened and melted, being careful not to burn.

Stir thoroughly in between heating increments, until smooth. Pour melted chocolate over coconut bars. Line a baking sheet with a silicone baking mat or parchment paper.

Add the chocolate, Wholesome! stevia, and vanilla crème stevia to a microwave-safe bowl, and stir to combine. Microwave on HIGH for 30 seconds. Stir with a fork for at least 2 minutes.

Microwave on HIGH for 20 seconds. Healthy Dark Chocolate Bark Recipe for the Holidays Confessions of an Overworked Mom yogurt, freeze-dried strawberries, dark chocolate, banana chips and 1 more Dark Chocolate Bark Meal Planning. Place the chocolate in a large heat-proof bowl over a pot of gently simmering water. Cook until the chocolate is almost entirely melted, stirring frequently.

Carefully wipe any condensation from the bottom of the bowl before scooping the chocolate onto your baking sheet (water and chocolate.

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For a chocolate granola, omit the cinnamon, add an additional ½ tsp salt, use only toasted almonds, and instead of dried fruit toss in ¾ cup/100 g chopped dark chocolate.

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Preheat the oven to 350°F. In a medium bowl, combine the coconut, almonds, flaxseed, raisins, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, salt, vanilla bean seeds, and coconut oil.

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Chop 1 small apple* and mix with a 6-ounce cup of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt,* along with 1/4 cup dry raw or toasted rolled oats and 2 tablespoons unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts,* or layer the ingredients parfait-style.

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Add honey, pecans, shredded coconut, cinnamon, and nutmeg and mix well.

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In a small bowl, mix together the nut pieces, unsweetened coconut flakes, cinnamon, and agave nectar.

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For the recipes in this book, consider getting almond, caramel, coconut, hazelnut, lemon, maple, orange, and peppermint.

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Put the coconut flour, erythritol, cinnamon, baking powder, and salt in a medium-sized bowl and mix well with a fork.

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Melt the coconut oil in a pan on medium heat and fry the almond flakes, xylitol and cinnamon for a minute or two.

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  • This is such a creative idea. I’ll definitely be making this for my friends and family. Thank you so much, I always look forward to your videos ��

  • This recipe is my fav! I dont buy anything processed since a while and only eat homemade food but i have a sweet thoot that im trying to fix and this recipe is life! I just dont add the almond and the raisins for less calories.. and the honey i put less. My chocolate is 74% cocoa only 100g and i cut them into 8 squares and each square has about 1 tbsp of peanut butter. Thats a good ratio
    Because the recipe ask for 1/2 cup of pb and this is 8 tbsp.. so 8squares = 1 tbsp so i can eat 2 squares without feeling bad and also the chocolate is 100g so if u eat 2 squares you eat 25g and the recommended amount a day is 20 to 40g so if u go for 3 squares your doing 3 tbsp pb and 37,5 g chocolate but i suggest it if u train and need protein so u dont gain weight! Ur welcome:)

  • It looks beautiful ��❤️ this would be great to add to my cookie platter. This year I’ll be making your lemon cake again for my mom. That’s her favorite and she loved it when I made it the 1st time. She’s a Christmas baby so ima make it again per her request! Loveeeee your recipes! ������

  • Great recipe, it looks great and beautifully explained, bravo Would you like to support my channel my new friend? Thank��������������‍♀️��‍♀️��‍♀️

  • I love Amy’s kitchen, though quite pretentious. And I really like her dog, but so far I am not a fan of her. Sorry John. Just being honest.

  • THANK YOU FOR INCLUDING GRAMS OF YOUR INGREDIENTS!!! I’m very thankful I don’t have to convert cups and all to my country’s measurements. Grams are very international and perfect. VERY appreciated:-

  • I made these on one of my fasting days AND IT KILLED ME to not taste it at all lol. But they were definitely worth the wait! Sitting here with one square now, and they are sooo heavenly.

  • I’m not trying to be an asshole. But the video is entitled “Healthy No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe”. What is the HEALTHY part?

  • JOHN!!!! When are you going to do A NAPOLEAN MilLe Feuille!!!????!?!?!??!?!?!?!
    needs to happen asap! I realized you have not done anythgin yet with puff pastry and i was shocked because everythign you do is GOOD AF!!! LOL

  • You said to use peppermint extract not peppermint oil but on the screen it says to add peppermint oil maybe that can be fixed! ��

  • Oh I love peppermint bark and it’s so easy to make! Now that I know they have precrushed peppermint candies, I could have this anytime of the year:)

  • Why fiddle with lining a square panjust line a sheet pan with parchment, spread the mixture onto it and be done with it! Easy peasy lemon squeezey.

  • Could you use regular butter instead of coconut oil? (I’m not vegan) It’s liquid when melted and solid in the refrigerator. It’d be a lot cheeper…

  • This recipe seems like a good one. I will give it a try!
    I’ve been looking for bars recipe without dates everywhere, and this is the first one I found

  • That song and dance… yes! Clean and easy treatthis looks like it’ll be something I’ll keep around my apartment for that once in a while sweet tooth. How long is the shelf life? Busy grad student trying to stay healthy:)

  • Hi, I prepared it on 14th March 20. My fly gave me compliments ����������, and friends comments ������.
    Thanks for sharing recipe. Wishing u good day. Here �� �������� from me. Ur way of teaching is simple & perfect.

  • Your kitchen looks amazing. I m still interested in seeing your Barn ready to get filled with domesticated animals, Maybe by the summer months. I still do not know why you are using a scale under your bowl. I also noticed a black poodle, what happened to Bo?

  • Your dog looks just like my Grace, except Grace is smaller. I can almost smell the chocolate & mint. I’m going to do some post Christmas cooking. ( Was in the hospital Christmas day).

  • I was a little disappointed. The whit choc didn’t melt enough to poor over the dark. It was in globs and sunk. I tried to swirl it in. It didn’t look like much but it tasted good.

  • You may garnish it with the coconut on top when the chocolate is still hot, so that the coconut stays on! ��
    (One day later) I just made this recipe today and they are DELICIOUS! Thanksss ��

  • Hi John my daughter and I love your channel ��. We have a favor to ask. Would you please show how to make English fruit cake. Thank you.

  • I made this tonight as I’m putting together some hampers to give to family for Xmas with some homemade goodies. My husband nearly lost a finger trying to grab the pieces as I was chopping it up. It was so so so good! I’m worried I’ll have to re make this as there won’t be any left by the end of the weekend. Thanks for such a great and easy recipe for the holidays, you’re a life saver. X

  • Thanks for sharing this recipe… just made a second batch… absolutely irresistible… especially pleased with all the healthy ingredients.  Cheers

  • Where did Amy get those pots? I have the small one which was one of my grandmothers but I have no idea where it came from or the company. The one I have is from the 80’d so any markings have worn off.

  • It doesn’t matter how many times I’ve watched your videos…I watch them over and over and it always thrills me every time!! If I had one wish…it would be your Sous Chef for just one day!

  • Thanks so much for this recipe….there are so many peppermint bards that have
    white chocolate…which I don’t like. So this so simple one is a keeper!!!!

  • Did anyone else notice how he said “peppermint extract in not the same a peppermint oil” and then in the subtitles it says 1/2 tsp PEPPERMINT OIL

  • And its considerd healthy because you exchanged sugar for honey and butter for coconut oil? Lmfao. This will get you fat just like any other bar. I bet it tastes great and all but please stop trying to fool people

  • Think I might do this one soon:) me and the three girls I live with are doing a Christmas meal soon and as much as I’d like to make a “proper” dessert, I think this might do the trick! (I’m the baker of the household:p)

  • Absolutely great recipe! I did it today! Really delicious. This is the first time I eat a mix of chocolate and honey as suggested here! Wonderful combination. I just added cinamon…������������

  • Just a money saving tip:
    Around the holidays candy canes are super expensive. But you can easily buy the smaller round ones like the ones they give out at restaurants for so much cheaper!

  • I’m looking for my future wife right now. If I can find a woman who enjoys making shit like this everyday, I will clean after you cook/make us food. No joke.

  • John, you said “I’m an OK baker.” WHAT DO YOU MEAN! You are 10 times a better baker. I’d love for you to launch a Preppy Kitchen cookbook because I love to cook and I dream of going to culinary school. Your treats are fantastic, eye catching, and sound great goo. Keep filming and blogging. Love your channel ❤️!

  • Have you tried making it with greek yogurt? I’m curious if it would maintain it’s consistency. If it did, it certainly would allow for some more indulgence amd would add a bit of nutrition lol

  • Yum. I love chocolate and mint together! I personally would have added mint extract to the chocolate once it was melted down, though.:)

  • I jus wanted to say I’ve made this recipe THREE days in a row! My roommates and my co workers LOVE them! They said it’s better than the almond joy candies!! I did change one thing tho. I used sweetened coconut shredding in dressing of the regular ones. Soooo good!

  • lol love the song!! i tried the coconut flour cookies and they were kinda a fail:/ i made them twice because the first batch was just a disaster, the batter was too soupy and then the second time they were better but the texture was very soft and kinda mushy/eggy. yours looked great though and im gonna experiment some more. i just didnt wanna waste more maple syrup by trying againthat stuffs expensive!

  • Great video! Funny intermission skit. I would love to know the temperature for melting, and how long to stir and melt down for. Also, how to choose a good chocolate. Pretty kitchen too!

  • Thanks for this great recipe! I can’t tell you how often I’m given peppermint bark which is made with chocolate and peppermints which are full of junk. Even though I can’t read the ingredients label it reflects in the taste. I don’t like to say no to gifts but I don’t eat them so what a disappointment and a waste. I can’t wait to try this:-)