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White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark

White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark | Growing Up Herbal | Looking for a sweet chocolate dessert for Valentine's Day that isn't pure junk for your kids? You've found it!

This white chocolate and rose coconut bark is the perfectly sweet treat to make for your love bugs this Valentine’s Day.

They’re full of healthy fats, yummy to eat, and so very pretty. Your kids will love them! Oh, and they’re pretty easy to make too!

Get the recipe below!

White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark

White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark | Growing Up Herbal | Looking for a sweet chocolate dessert for Valentine's Day that isn't pure junk for your kids? You've found it!

*Recipe originally from Mountain Rose Herbs.

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Combine cocoa butter and coconut oil in a double boiler over medium heat.
  2. Once melted, whisk in the sugar, salt, coconut flakes, and half of the rose petals. Sugar will not dissolve in oil, but as the oil cools and thickens, the sugar will stay suspended in it.
  3. Remove from heat. Allow to cool until mixture begins to thicken. You can let this sit out on the counter or cool it in the refrigerator to speed the process up.
  4. Once the mixture begins to thicken, quickly stir in your vanilla extract.
  5. Pour mixture onto parchment lined baking sheet, sprinkle last bit of rose petals on top, and place in the freezer until hard.
  6. Break into pieces, cut with a knife or cut with cookie cutters.

Warning… these babies melt fast at room temp so it’s best to keep them cool and eat them quickly, and trust me, that won’t be a problem!

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White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark
This white chocolate and rose coconut bark is the perfectly sweet treat to make for your love bugs this Valentine’s Day. They’re full of healthy fats, yummy to eat, and so very pretty. Your kids will love them! Oh, and they’re pretty easy to make too!
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Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
6 hr
Cook Time
5 min
Total Time
6 hr
Ingredients
  1. 1-ounce organic cocoa butter
  2. 1/3 cup organic unrefined coconut oil
  3. 1/4 cup organic shredded coconut flakes
  4. 1/4 cup organic sugar
  5. 1 tsp. organic vanilla extract
  6. 1/8 tsp. pink Himalayan salt
  7. 1/4 cup of dried rose petals
Instructions
  1. Combine cocoa butter and coconut oil in a double boiler over medium heat.
  2. Once melted, whisk in the sugar, salt, coconut flakes, and half of the rose petals. Sugar will not dissolve in oil, but as the oil cools and thickens, the sugar will stay suspended in it.
  3. Remove from heat. Allow to cool until mixture begins to thicken. You can let this sit out on the counter or cool it in the refrigerator to speed the process up.
  4. Once the mixture begins to thicken, quickly stir in your vanilla extract.
  5. Pour mixture onto parchment lined baking sheet, sprinkle last bit of rose petals on top, and place in the freezer until hard.
  6. Break into pieces, cut with a knife or cut with cookie cutters.
Notes
  1. Warning… these babies melt fast at room temp so it’s best to keep them cool and eat them quickly, and trust me, that won’t be a problem!
Adapted from Adapted from Mountain Rose Herbs
Adapted from Adapted from Mountain Rose Herbs
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6 thoughts on “White Chocolate & Rose Coconut Bark”

    1. They are yummy, and a great way to get those healthy fats in. I just wish there was a way to cut the sugar while keeping them sweet. Honey and maple syrup wouldn’t work because it made the mix too runny. :/ Maybe stevia??

  1. Hi Meagan. Can I substitute the organic cocoa butter for something else? Thank you for sharing this tasty looking recipe. I can’t wait to try it!

    1. I’m sure you could, but the cocoa butter is what gives it the chocolate taste so if you substitute it, it may taste a bit different than the original recipe. Best of luck. I hope it works out for you!

  2. Hi Meagan!
    I’m hoping to make this for tomorrow, But don’t have any roses… What herbs would you recommend for a substitute?
    Thank you!

    1. Hey, Grace! You can use any herb you’d like. Lavender or chamomile are nice. Peppermint will give it a minty flavor. You can sprinkle cinnamon on the top as well. Hope that helps!

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