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Easter Sugar Free Chocolate.

Thinking of making your friends and family some Easter treats?! Of course you are! Well, NOW is the PERFECT opportunity to introduce them to the amazing world of healthy, super, amazing, dairy free, sugar free chocolate! Hooray!

Pick up some cute-sy Easter silicone moulds, whip up a batch of our Easter Sugar Free Chocolate and boomshakalaka – you have the best Easter gift ever: home made AND edible! Tick, tick!

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Go a step further and make our new Grain Free Gluten Free Hot Cross Bun Spiced Muffins too! Because Easter is better filled with healthy, UNsweet treats!

Always merrymaking,

Emma + Carla

p.s if you like our choccy and you like our muffins… then you’re probably, most definitely going to LOVE our Paleo Hot Cross Buns!

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easter sugar free chocolate
Serves 10
Prep Time
30 min
Total Time
30 min
Prep Time
30 min
Total Time
30 min
stuff you need
  1. ¾ cup coconut oil
  2. ½ cup raw cacao powder
  3. ½ cup nut butter (we've also used coconut butter before)
  4. 2 tsp. 100% vanilla extract
  5. Pinch of salt
  6. Easter chocolate moulds!
now what
  1. Place all ingredients in to your blender or food processor (we use our Vitamix but a thermomix would work well too).
  2. Whiz until smooth, scraping the edges as you go.
  3. This will take around 5 minutes - the friction from the whizzing will melt and combine all the ingredients to this perfect smooth chocolatey goodness.
  4. Carefully pour the mixture in to silicone Easter moulds and place in to the freezer for 15 minutes or until set.
  5. Turn out the chocolate from the moulds.
  6. Store the chocolate in an airtight container in the fridge.
Merrymaker tip
  1. If you like things sweet, then add 2-4 tbs. of raw honey or 100% maple syrup to your blender!
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  3. Hi there, where can I buy silicone moulds with an Easter theme? I have dolphin-shaped ones (like an ice cube tray) but the tail breaks off when I try to pop the chocolate out of them – and dolphins aren’t really very Eastery. Although they’re very cute… But your chocolate is very Eatery. So I want to make my family some Eastery Eatery chocolate! Thanks.

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  7. The first lot i made turned out great. The second batch was even better. I crushed some macadamia and cashew nuts and added coconut and they are better than awesome. Thanks for the great recipe

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  14. Thank you! ^^ These were delicious, great recipe. I gave 3 to some other health nuts and they loved it. I made my own nut butter mainly from cashews and macadamias and it was awesome. Will remember this recipe

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  16. Hi (me again)
    I’m actually creating a website and was hoping I could include a photo of my creation of this recipe on the site, giving the link in the description to this recipe as credit to you guys
    Is that okay?
    There may be other recipes too where i’d do the same
    thanks ^^

  17. Hi Merry Ladies!
    Just wondering if you could sub the honey or maple syrup for rice malt syrup? Would you use the same amount?
    Thanks! 🙂

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  20. Hi Ladies, I know you live in the ACT, but could you please tell me where you buy coconut butter from in Aus. Even though I’ve looked locally and online but only find coconut oil…. many thanks, Megan

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    Hey Megan! We live in the Gold Coast now! Much warmer hehe. We buy our coconut butter from health food stores mainly. But you can also make your own by whizzing up desiccated coconut in the blender or food processor 🙂 🙂

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