The next time you crave a sweet and salty treat, but really want to snack guilt free, reach for this Honey Pistachio Chocolate Bark recipe full of healthy fats and antioxidants.
Honey Pistachio Chocolate Bark Recipe
Who doesn’t love to bite into an indulgent bar of chocolate? Nothing quite compares with the texture and sweetness of my favorite candy and dessert. The thing is though, did you know chocolate can actually be very healthy? Typically store-bought chocolate bars are full of white sugar, unhealthy fats, and processed ingredients. Sure, cocoa powder is full of antioxidants, but when it’s paired with all the sugar in a regular milk chocolate bar, you’re better off doing without.
When you use healthy fats, like raw cacao butter and coconut oil, chocolate can be satisfying and nutrient dense. The raw cacao butter delivers the perfect chocolate texture to this sweet and salty Honey Pistachio Chocolate Bark recipe; something that isn’t usually there in healthy chocolates made with coconut oil alone. Add the crunch from the salty, roasted pistachios and you have a recipe for a healthy sweet treat.
This Honey Pistachio Chocolate Bark recipe is mildly sweet, super rich, and because of all the healthy fats, portion control isn’t an issue. You will only want to eat one since the texture satisfies like you’re biting into something super indulgent and unhealthy.
- 1 cup raw cacao butter
- 1/2 cup coconut oil
- 1/4 cup honey
- 2 tsp vanilla
- 2 dashes sea salt
- 3/4 cup cocoa
- 3/4 cup pistachios, roughly chopped
- Melt the raw cacao butter and coconut oil in a double broiler.
- Add the raw cacao butter, coconut oil, honey, vanilla, and salt to a blender. Blend on high until incorporated.
- Fold the cocoa powder and chopped pistachios into the cacao butter mixture.
- Pour everything into a 9-inch square glass pan.
- Refrigerate until hard.
- Cut into squares before serving.
Home Chef Tip: Use different nuts and dried fruits to customize this recipe.
We hope you love this Honey Pistachio Chocolate Bark recipe from SoFabFood Contributor, Lisa from Farmhouse on Boone, as much as we do. If you like this recipe, be sure to stop by our Dessert Section for even more sweet and salty treats like it. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter so that you never miss a single recipe, and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Pinterest for daily recipe inspiration. Enjoy!