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Cocoa Amaranth Slabs

Amber Macintosh

Such a simple chocolate treat with the benefit of fibre and natural fats. You can interchange nuts for seeds if you are nut free and use quinoa pops instead of amaranth.

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150g Organic dark chocolate, minimum 70% cocoa solids or vegan chocolate option

60g of Amaranth pops (available from Ocado or health food shops)

Small handful of golden raisins, the same amount of sliced almonds, of hazelnuts & toasted coconut chips

A drop, or teaspoon, of cinnamon

Method:

Line a small oven dish with baking paper. Meanwhile add a handful of the two nuts to a frying pan and lightly toast for 10 mins. Break the dark chocolate into pieces and place in a mixing bowl over a saucepan of simmering water, stir till melted, adding the cinnamon and take off the heat. You can now combine all the dry ingredients with the chocolate, stirring so that everything is really well coated and press a 6 cm layer into your oven dish and place in the fridge for a couple of hours. So simple.

Cut into rectangular bars, store these in tupperware, and keep in the fridge - they will last for over a week but I assure you will be gone within days!!

xAmber