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Chocolate Bark with Coconut Oil

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I’ve been experimenting with the coconut oil I received from Tropical Traditions. I found a really simple recipe for chocolate bark.  Yummy cocoa flavor, the oil gives it a mild coconut taste. I used sucanat. You can use any type sugar. It took 20 minutes tops to make.  My husband loved it.

I took it to work yesterday to let DR. E try it, he’s another one of my guinea pigs. He really loved it too. In the picture mine looks a little lop sided, more seeds on one side. Must have been a slant in the freezer. Still tasted great.

Chocolate Bark with Coconut Oil

Easy 4 ingredient recipe for chocolate bark using coconut oil and sucanat.


  • 1/4 cup virgin coconut oil
  • 1 1/2 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa
  • 1/4 teaspoon sucanat/sugar
  • 2oz sunflower seeds


Use can add 2 ounces of any nut or seed, or none at all.


In a small bowl add the coconut oil.
Melt the coconut oil in bowl place in hot water so it melts slowly. Never microwave coconut oil to melt.
Add cocoa powder.
Add sucanat/sugar, mix.
Add sunflower seeds, mix.
Chill metal cookie sheet in freezer for 10 minutes. Line with wax paper. Spread mixture. Place in freezer for a couple minutes. It will harden quickly.
Remove from freezer. Break into small pieces and enjoy. ( Mine was on a slant in the freezer).

Shared at: Moms 2 Memphis and Ruby , Frugally Sustainable , Lady Behind the Curtain , We Are That Family , Kelly the Kitchen Kop , Simple Lives Thursday , Talking Dollars and Cents , Comfy in the Kitchen , Country Momma Cooks

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