Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut

Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut

Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut

These are so easy to make! You just melt the chocolate and mix in whatever nuts, nut butter, seeds, died fruits, coconut, puffed rice or what you want and then let it solidify in a mold. Depending on whether you want them sweet or low-carb; choose to use dried fruits or not. Only using chocolate and coconut flakes makes a really good and crunchy and low-carb combination. Another tasty version would be chopped walnuts, some chopped dates and orange zest. Raisins and blanched almonds or roasted, chopped hazelnuts are other suggestions.

I have chosen the combination of peanut butter, figs and coconut because I like the fudgyness the peanut butter gives the mix together with the crispiness from the coconut and the sweetness of the figs. Wonderful Christmas chocolate!

The proportions are not really important in the recipe, I have estimated the measurements.

Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut

Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut

RECIPE:Fudgy Chocolate Bark with Figs, Peanut butter & Coconut
100 g of dark chocolate
3-4 chopped figs
2 tablespoons peanut butter
1/3 cup coconut flakes

Melt the chocolate in a water bath. Chop the figs and mix all the ingredients into the melted chocolate. Pour the chocolate mixture into a mold, covered on the inside with plastic wrap and let it set in the fridge. Then cut pieces with a knife. I cut a little different, uneven pieces because I thought it looked neat:)

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