Chocolate Coconut Crackles – whip these up in five minutes!

My childhood memories have me believe that no ‘kids birthday party’ is complete without Chocolate Crackles!! Here’s a child friendly, parent happy version.Organic_Chocolate_Coconut_Crackers

I love these small silicone molds. The smaller size is a much better portion and the colours add some fun.

NOTE: There are conversations regarding toxicity of silicone. I only use silicone for items that do not require heating/baking.

If you don’t have molds, you can just drop dollops onto a tray and refrigerate… this will work just as well!



  • 2C Puffed Brown Rice
  • 100g Cacao Butter
  • 1/4C Cacao Powder
  • 1/4C Fresh Almond Milk (or your preferred milk)
  • 1C Desiccated Coconut
  • 2Tbsp Maple Syrup (adjust sweetness to suit)
  • Tiny pinch of salt




  • Melt cacao butter on a very low heat
  • Mix in everything else – if the cacao butter cools too quickly and starts to set, you can gently reheat again
  • Pour into molds and refrigerate for 5 minutes.

Great for school lunch boxes too.

OF COURSE you can add lots of other nutritious goodies ie. chopped almonds, chia seeds, sunflowers seeds, hemp seeds, dried chopped apricots, oats etc


Janine Ravenwood

We are two community spirited mums sourcing local, organic and conscious whole-foods. We support ethical producers and growers with an aim to keep it as local as possible. We want a positive future for this planet and believe that building closer knit communities and using sustainable methods is vital for this outcome.

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