Raw Chocolate Holiday Log

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This yummy chocolate log of goodness is perfect to create for a gift, or to enjoy whenever a sweet craving hits! You can also experiment with flavors, think banana, berries, caramel!



  • 2C coconut flour
  • 1/2C chia powdered (place chia seeds in dry jug of blender and blend until powdered)
  • 1/2C – 1C water or as needed to bind ingredients
  • 1/2C raw honey or date paste
  • 3/4C cacao powder
  • 3T coconut oil (melted till liquid)
  • 1C almonds, rough chop
  • 1/2C pistachios rough chop
  • 1/4C raw cashews, rough chop
  • 1/4C cacao nibs
  • zest and juice of one small lemon
  • pinch salt
  • 1t vanilla extract or Medicine Flower Vanilla
  • Optional: 1/4C goji berries
  • Additional 1C coconut flour or dessicated coconut for rolling in
  • Butcher’s string for decoration


  1. Place all ingredients in a bowl (except for water) and stir to combine. Add water as needed to bring mixture together.
  2. Adjust to taste and then place all combined ingredients onto a sheet of baking paper or glad wrap (cling film) and form into a log.
  3. Roll up and seal and place in freezer for approximately 3-4 hours or overnight.
  4. When set, remove glad wrap or baking paper and roll in coconut flour or dessicated coconut. For salami effect tie butcher’s string around the log, slice into rounds and serve.
Amanda BrocketAbout Amanda Brocket

Amanda is a qualified Raw Food Teacher, Chef, Coach, published author and founder of The Raw Food Kitchen. She can also be found blogging about raw food on the The Huffington Post. Amanda loves connecting with and inspiring people to get on their raw journey, with live events, workshops and retreats in Sydney and Bali, as well as offering transformational online programs.

The Raw Food Kitchen came about when Amanda battled systemic candida for over 5+ years, which left her a sick, bloated, insomniac shell of her former self. Realizing conventional medicine was not helping her (in fact was making her even more unwell) she started out on a search for a true path to wellness. It was during this time she discovered the raw foods philosophy. Within two months of going raw she had healed herself of her health condition.

Now she is sharing the power of a raw food diet by teaching and inspiring others to help heal their bodies, learning what it means to feel truly nourished, gain more energy and vitality and change the way we think about the word "diet".

Check out the website for inspirational articles and free yummy raw food recipes. Also check out her latest delicious raw food recipe book The Raw Food Kitchen Book, lots of your old favorites done in a healthier, healing way!

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