Recipe of the Week – Easy Chocolate Slice

I am posting this recipe by popular demand from Facebook followers and customers who had a taste test  icon_smile It’s another made-up-myself concoction of a variety of recipes.  It’s extremely delicious and quite filling.  Great for school lunches and an after school/work snack.  I’m also posting it as part of our ‘Do Easter Well’ campaign.  Look out, there will be a few yummy chocolate recipes coming up.  We don’t live on chocolate, but can’t deny that it rules our Easter celebrations, and I’d like to give you options icon_smile


  • 125g butter (or half butter, half coconut oil)
  • 75g quinoa flakes, 15g NG shredded coconut, 25g almond meal (all blended to become flour consistency) + 25g brown rice flour (or replace this amount with your preferred flour)
  • 115g NG coconut sugar
  • 30g NG desiccated or shredded coconut
  • 15g NG cacao powder
  • 1 egg (or 2, if your eggs are smallish)
  • I added 20ml NG coconut oil and 1 tbls NG maca powder

Preheat the oven to 180 degrees and line a small slice tray with paper (I doubled the recipe and used an average slice tray).

Melt butter and add to the rest of the ingredients in a bowl.  Combine well.

Pour into tray and sprinkle top with roughly cut walnuts or macadamia nuts (and I used some white chocolate bits).

Bake for 20-25 mins (slice will harden as it cools).

Allow to cool in tray for 10 minutes and place on a wire rack.

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