Chocolate Brazil Bites
These incredibly Moorish chocolate bites will satisfy any chocolate craving. Eating a few Brazil nuts daily will supply you with a good dose of selenium which is needed for good thyroid health and protection against certain types of cancers and heart disease. Dates are a good source of dietary fiber and iron to support bowel health and energy production in the body.
12 Medjool dates
12 Brazil nuts
200g good quality dark chocolate
Raw cacao nibs, bee pollen, coconut, or crushed nuts or seeds
1) Cut medjool dates down one side and remove the seed.
2) Place a Brazil nut inside each date and press date around it.
3) Melt chocolate in a small bowl. Dip dates in chocolate, covering them well. Use a fork to remove your chocolate dipped dates so that the excess chocolate drips off.
4) Place them on a tray covered with baking paper. Sprinkle with topping of choice and then place in the fridge until set. Keep them in the fridge until ready to eat.
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