Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Pamela’s Sugar Free Chocolate Chips

Following a light and natural approach to food, but still want your chocolate chips? This is the perfect recipe for you!

What is a serving of chocolate? Well, let's just say yours may be different than the 72 decently sized chunks chosen for the following nutrition facts. You can create your own nutrition analysis at Calorie Count, it's a snap!

Pamela’s Sugar Free Chocolate Chips


1 cup virgin coconut oil
1 cup cocoa
1 T pure vanilla extract
1 T cinnamon
1/2 cup stevia

Ingredient Options:

Instead of stevia, use brown coconut palm sugar. 

Make the flavors suit your taste by experimenting with different amounts of the vanilla, cinnamon and stevia.


Melt the coconut oil on lowest heat possible. Stir in cocoa, vanilla, cinnamon, and stevia.

Line large baking pans with saran wrap; pour in thin layer of the melted mixture. Freeze.

After the chocolate is solidly frozen, store in the freezer inside zip lock bag.

Chop “chips” as needed.

Poured into a very thin layer and it makes a yummy chocolate bar.


  1. Hope people enjoy these chips! They are a staple of cookies and pancakes (and secret snacking) at our house, and they are safe for my daughter who has hyperpermeable gut which results in anaphylaxis, so chemicals and processed sugar are a real no-no for us.

    1. thank you so much for sharing the recipe! It will certainly be a terrific resource for anyone that cannot eat chemicals or processed sugars... or who just wants a lower calorie bit of chocolate deliciousness!