PALEO ALMOND JOY BARK

Paleo Almond Joy Bark Recipe #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt

Dudes.

I don’t know about you but back in the day I would throw down on the Almond Joys… all day, every day. And there was a science to my Almond Joy consumption. It was required that I bite the Almond Joy precisely in the middle of the almond so I had equal parts almond in both bites. There was no other way. Don’t even try argue your case because you will lose.

I no longer sit around in my jammies chowing Almond Joy treats for obvious reasons, but I can’t sit here and say I don’t think about them… like, a lot. And we all know I end up in the kitchen when I feel like figuring out the paleo alternative for my old friends.

Paleo Almond Joy Bark Ingredients and a step by step recipe. #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt

PALEO ALMOND JOY BARK INGREDIENTS

  • 8 oz Dark Chocolate, melted
  • 2 cups Unsweetened Coconut
  • 2 cups Coconut Butter, melted
  • 1/2 cup Slivered Almonds
  • 2 tsp Vanilla
  • 2/3 cup Honey
Paleo Almond Joy Bark recipe- Melt the dark chocolate and spread it into the bark mold. #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt
  • Melt the dark chocolate according to the package, until smooth. Spread the chocolate into the Spring Bark Mold with a spatula until it fills each section.

I didn’t want to fill it any higher because I wanted a thick layer of coconut deliciousness. You can tweak this step depending on how you picture them in your head.

Paleo Almond Joy Bark recipe- Spread the coconut butter mixture on top of the chocolate layer before putting the bark mold in the freezer. #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt
  • Melt the coconut butter over low heat, in a small saucepan before mixing in the coconut flakes, slivered almonds, honey, and vanilla.
  • When everything is all melty and mixed well, layer the coconut butter mixture on top of the chocolate layer and put the mold in the freezer to harden.
Paleo Almond Joy Bark (step by step) recipe in a spring themed bark mold. Perfect for Easter treats! #goodcookcom #goodcookkitchenexprt
  • Contain your excitement as you pull the mold out of the freezer and pop out your delicious paleo Almond Joy bark!
  • I used a giant knife to cut the squares out. I recommend cutting one side of each square at a time so you don’t crack the square. But if you do crack it, eat the evidence before serving. I mean, why not indulge before the rest of the crowd grabs one?

You might not enjoy these if you are a milk chocolate lover. That being said, Michael hates dark chocolate and I told him so as I handed him a small piece, but he tried it… and came back for seconds and thirds later that evening. You could always use a 60% dark chocolate if you aren’t a strict paleo household. But, in my house, I know anything with dark chocolate in it means I get it all to myself. Tricky!

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