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Guilt Free Chocolate Treat

Fruit & Nut Chocolate Bark

Introduction

About this Recipe

 

By: The Queen of Health

Chocolate is the ultimate comfort food, a guilty pleasure, and the good
news is that the right kind of chocolate can actually be good for you…
In this recipe, I will share with you one of my favourite healthy recipes, so you can get your chocolate hit without a side order of guilt

Ingredients

350g dark chocolate
125g blanched almonds, toasted and chopped
100g unsweetened dried fruit (eg cranberries or mango)
pinch of sea salt

Line a baking sheet with parchment.
Melt the dark chocolate by filling the bottom of a saucepan with couple of cms of water and bring
to a simmer over a medium-high heat. Put the chocolate in a glass bowl and set over the simmering
water, stirring occasionally.
Once melted, tip into the prepared tin and smooth with a spatula so the chocolate is evenly
distributed. Scatter over the remaining ingredients (you can add a pinch of dried chillies if you’re
feeling brave) and chill in the fridge until the chocolate sets (about 30 mins). Peel off the parchment
and break into pieces. Store in an airtight container for up to a month (if it lasts that long).

Place mince, breadcrumbs, curry paste, spring onions and egg into a large bowl. Season lightly,
then mix well with your hands to combine. Divide into 4 and shape into burgers.
Brush the burgers with oil and grill for 7 mins each side, or until firm, golden and cooked through.
Once cooked, serve each burger on a little gemlettuce leaf, add cucumber, tomato slices, red
onion and a spoonful of mayo, salsa or guacamole
and put a second lettuce leaf on top.

Serve with half a plate of your favourite veg

smoothie bowl
cocunut