Spiced Turmeric Chocolate Slice

by | Oct 26, 2015 | 6 comments

This is one of the healthiest and yummiest slices we’ve created yet at Changing Habits. It is packed full of probiotics, Vitamin C, good quality fats and protein, many healthful active components from the spices and loads of vitamins and minerals, it won’t last long at all.
Also you can make these into bliss balls instead of a slice by adding a few more dates or coconut oil to the mixture. Just add in the ingredients very gradually until you get the right consistency. You can then pour the chocolate over the top, roll them in the chocolate or leave them as they are.

Yields28 ServingsPrep Time10 minsCook Time10 minsTotal Time20 minsDifficultyBeginner
1

Add all ingredients into the thermomix on Speed 8 for 1 minute.

2

Once done, press the mixture evenly into a baking tray lined with baking paper.

3

Place into the fridge to harden

4

Meanwhile clean the thermomix bowl and add the cacao melts, coconut oil and salt on Speed 2 at 50C for 4-5 minutes, until silky smooth.

5

Once ready, add honey to taste and mix again on Speed 2 for 1 minute.

6

Remove the slice from the fridge and pour the chocolate over the top evenly. Place back in the fridge to set.

7

When the chocolate topping is set, slice into squares and enjoy!

8

Add pepita seeds and shredded coconut to a good quality food processor and blitz until well broken down.

9

Add the dates and blitz again until the mixture is broken down and combined.

10

Add all other ingredients and combine well.

11

Once done, press the mixture evenly into a baking tray lined with baking paper.

12

Place into the fridge to harden.

13

Meanwhile on very low heat, add the cacao melts, coconut oil and salt to a small saucepan and stir until melted.

14

Take off the heat and stir through the honey.

15

Remove the slice from the fridge and pour the chocolate over the top evenly. Place back in the fridge to set.

16

When the chocolate topping is set, slice into squares and enjoy!

Note: Stores very well in the freezer.

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Directions

1

Add all ingredients into the thermomix on Speed 8 for 1 minute.

2

Once done, press the mixture evenly into a baking tray lined with baking paper.

3

Place into the fridge to harden

4

Meanwhile clean the thermomix bowl and add the cacao melts, coconut oil and salt on Speed 2 at 50C for 4-5 minutes, until silky smooth.

5

Once ready, add honey to taste and mix again on Speed 2 for 1 minute.

6

Remove the slice from the fridge and pour the chocolate over the top evenly. Place back in the fridge to set.

7

When the chocolate topping is set, slice into squares and enjoy!

8

Add pepita seeds and shredded coconut to a good quality food processor and blitz until well broken down.

9

Add the dates and blitz again until the mixture is broken down and combined.

10

Add all other ingredients and combine well.

11

Once done, press the mixture evenly into a baking tray lined with baking paper.

12

Place into the fridge to harden.

13

Meanwhile on very low heat, add the cacao melts, coconut oil and salt to a small saucepan and stir until melted.

14

Take off the heat and stir through the honey.

15

Remove the slice from the fridge and pour the chocolate over the top evenly. Place back in the fridge to set.

16

When the chocolate topping is set, slice into squares and enjoy!

Note: Stores very well in the freezer.

Spiced Turmeric Chocolate Slice
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6 Comments

  1. Lynne

    Guys, do you really mean 12 tsp of camu and probiotics?

    Reply
    • Jordan Pie

      Hi Lynne,
      No it would be 1-2 tsp not 12 tsp 🙂
      we’ve recently just changed recipe platforms and some of the measurements didn’t transfer over properly. Thank you so much for commenting and letting us know.

      Reply
  2. Sarah

    What’s happened to the recipe? 23 Tbs coconut oil? I’m half way through making it and can’t remember the correct amounts

    Reply
    • Kayla-Changing Habits

      So sorry Sarah! That should be 2-3. How did you make out in the end?

      Reply
  3. Kim

    Yummiest slice.. Quick, easy and delish… Another Cyndi O.Meara recipe to love..!!!

    Reply
    • Kimbra

      I also add Gelatin & inflammation ease to this yum slice

      Reply

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