Decadent Chocolate Almond Squares by Gayleen's Decadence

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Chocolate and honey: it's a wickedly rich and decadent combination and we promise this quick and easy no-cook recipe is going to give you all the sweet buzz you need without the sugar hangover!
  1. Line a square or rectangular container (+- 20cm x 15cm) with baking paper.
  2. Melt chocolate over a bowl of boiling water.
  3. Crush the nuts till fine but not into a flour.
  4. Place in a mixing bowl and add honey and melted coconut oil and mix thoroughly. Add the essential oil to the coconut oil if you are using.
  5. Place ' the mixture into the lined container and press down firmly.
  6. Spread the 2 Tbsp of GD's Chocolate Spread over this layer. You may need a warmed spatula.
  7. Place balance of nut mixture on top and press down firmly.
  8. Pour the melted chocolate over and spread evenly.
  9. Will set out of fridge but for quick set, place in fridge.
  10. Score before set to avoid chocolate cracking when you cut into squares.
We're biologically hardwired to love sweetness. However, unlike our ancestors, we no longer have to raid hives and risk bee stings to get our sweet fix and all the nutritional benefits that raw honey provides. But we do have to make sure that like our ancestors, we eat raw honey! That's honey that hasn't been heated and made by bees that haven't been fed sugar water and antibiotics. Natural raw honey is a nutrient-dense alkaline-forming food that contains vitamins, enzymes and powerful antioxidants. Raw honey also has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and anti-fungal properties and promotes digestive health, while strengthening the immune system. And because it has a lower GI

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