During the Whole30 it's not allowed to have traditional chocolate, in any form, not even if it doesn't have added sugars. As you know, I'm quite the chocoholic, although during the whole30 (and still) I wasn't having any trouble staying away from it.
What I did do though, was think about making a chocolate with the least amount of ingredients, and as simple as it sounds, it actually is simple to make.
This is the basic recipe, I like my chocolate dark, but you can play around with the amounts to your own liking.
It works best with silicon molds, available in many shapes, or otherwise use muffin cups.
1/2 cup of cocoa butter
2 tbsp cocoa powder
1 tbsp raisins, chopped
Melt the cocoa butter au bain marie, then mix in the cocoa powder & last add in the chopped raisins.
Scoop the mixture evenly into the molds, and let it set in a cool place, do not refrigerate.
- chopped almonds
- shredded coconut
- goji berries
The chocolate in the pictures had some chopped almonds & shredded coconut added.