Orange Goji Coconut Bark

I am a vanilla kind of person. I don’t crave chocolate every day.

But when I do, its usually like ‘I need it NOW or somebody’s gonna lose a limb.’

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Here’s the problem. Candy bars are full of refined and bleached sugar, chemicals, dyes, and corn syrup. When we decided to add corn product to chocolate is beyond me, but whatever…its nasty for our insides, no matter how good we think it tastes.

…………and I’m still over here wanting chocolate and trying not to kill nobody today, lawd.

Solution. This bark has no sugar because it is made with Lily’s Chocolate Chips - vegan, stevia sweetened, no junk, and you can get them on Amazon. I also include a few drops of Young Living’s Vitality Orange Essential Oil for all of the immune support, plus chewy goji berries and coconut.

See? Chocolate crisis averted. And nobody got hurt ;)

Orange Goji Coconut Bark

In a double boiler, melt together your chocolate chips and coconut oil until smooth and melted. Take off of the heat and stir in 3 drops of the orange oil. If you get more than 3, don’t panic. Just aim for 3.

On a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper, spread your dried gojis and coconut. Keep them kind of close together, don’t spread it all over the paper. Pour the warm chocolate over the berries and spread with the back of a spoon until the chocolate is evenly covering the mix.

Chill overnight, and break or cut the next morning into small pieces.

Mangia ;)

**Please do not ingest any essential oils except for oils from the Young Living Vitality line. Young Living has gone through the required processes with the FDA to ensure that the oils in the Vitality line are generally regarded as safe (GRAS) for human consumption. If you see a recipe on this blog that includes the use of essential oils in a food product or recipe, it will only ever be from the Young Living Vitality line. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Samantha Bossalini