1. oh yum!
    i’m just heading out to whole foods right now and i’m definitely picking up some bakers chocolate so i can try these! you are quite a maestro in the kitchen dear faith.

  2. Diana

    Totally delightful blog On my icy way to work I was thinking how I was missing me some Fathie’s blog THANX I will make it All:)

  3. BLH

    Just made these last night – I had to admit that I had my doubts as I was trying to form the little squares, they had a hard time coming together – but it all worked out in the end and they are amazing! Also, I used the slight bit of leftover chocolate to dunk some cranberries – highly recommend!

    • gracefulfitness

      The keys to getting them to hold together is processing the coconut long enough and using wet hands to it sticks to itself instead of you. It’s a process but I think they are totally worth it!
      Dried cranberries or fresh?

      • BLH

        Totally agree that they are worth it! I’ll try processing for longer next time to see if that makes the handling a bit easier. Either way, psyched about the final product! Used dried cranberries because those are what I had, do you think fresh would be good or not enough sweetness paired with the unsweetened chocolate?

        • gracefulfitness

          Unsweetened cranberries would be intense, probably a little too intense even for me (I love tart!). Glad you liked the flavor and by all means let me know if you come up with any techniques to make the process easier!

    • gracefulfitness

      Well Heather, seems like we’ve come full circle-you were part of my original inspiration to start using more unsweetened baking chocolate! 🙂

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