I remember as a child how much I loved white chocolate. Back then I never knew there was a healthy kind, or that you could make your own and although it was my favourite, I remember that sickly over the top sweetness that came with it. Well, those sugar rollercoaster days are long gone now that I make my own fresh white chocolate bark at home! This is a little different to other barks in that it is indeed “balancing” – your blood! There’s no added sugar and instead I use zero GI and zero calories Sweetleaf Liquid Vanilla Stevia Drops combined with only one tablespoon of powdered organic non-GMO erythritol. In this bark I love using a plethora of various seeds, some nuts, coconut flakes and freeze dried berries (not dried fruits, as they spike insulin). I always write recipes with the weighted/ grams so that you can get the same result as me! Also, please feel free to use whatever protein powder you prefer that doesn’t contain any sugar, however stevia or lo han guo is totally fine!
The healthy medium chain fatty acids (aka: plant fats) in this recipe will help to satiate and calm you while keeping your blood sugars balanced. This is just the prettiest white choccy bark ever and looks so festive on a party table, or served up with some non-dairy ice cream for your dinner guests or for the holidays! This decorative white chocolate raw, vegan, organic ‘art’ is so easy and quick to make and don’t forget to get your kids involved too! Mine have so much fun making this with me in the kitch! This is my take on a much more fun and delicious ‘upgrade’ from your regular trail mix, due to the white chocolate in this recipe acting as the ‘glue’ to hold the ‘trail mix’ together and once set (no cooking involved here) you just break it off into chunks and freeze. I love easy!
For a holiday white chocolate balance bark ‘feel,’ simply add some drops of food grade essential oil peppermint, or spearmint, or some cherry flavour, or whatever your holiday here desires! Enjoy this recipe and don’t forget to tag me on Instagram/ Facebook with your pictures – I love seeing them and reposting! x
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4 servings per container
- Amount Per ServingCalories300
- % Daily Value *
* The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.