I promised you a quick easy chocolate fix. Let’s do it. These pumpkin seed clusters are low in sugar, high in zinc (good for fertility, skin and bone healing!) and contain a lot of coconut oil (good for skin, gut, immunity, moods).
Luckily, I still have a few in my fridge from the last batch I made, so I don’t have to attempt this one-handed.
You’ll need pumpkin seeds, cocoa or cacao, honey, salt (I use pink Himalayan salt), vanilla essence, coconut oil, cocoa butter and shredded coconut.
Start with 3 tablespoons of cacao powder, 5 tablespoons cocoa butter and 2 tablespoons coconut oil.
Melt it in a bowl over boiling water, or in a double boiler, until liquid.
Add one teaspoon of salt.
Add one teaspoon of vanilla essence.
I added about a tablespoon of honey. You might like a little more.
Add one cup of shredded coconut.
Add two cups of pumpkin seeds.
Mix it up.
Until you have a bowl of delicious seedy goop.
Now spoon blobs out onto baking paper-lined trays, and harden in fridge for an hour (or freeze until firm, if you’re impatient).
Peel off the paper, and store in containers in the fridge.
Pumpkin seed clusters.
See if you can make one look like your country.
I’m busy testing variations of comfrey and bone-healing food on myself, but I’ll wait a few weeks more so I can give you the big picture. Full results coming soon… for now, enjoy your GAPS legal, plastic free, low sugar, gluten free, Paleo, vegan chocolatey goodness!