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10 Real Food Chocolate Dessert Recipes

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Collage with raspberry chocolate fat bombs at the top and chocolate marshmallows at the bottom.

If you’re a chocolate lover, then you won’t want to miss these 10 real food chocolate dessert recipes we have for you today. They’re decadent and indulgent, but filled with whole food ingredients that you won’t feel guilty about eating every once in a while.

From homemade candy bars to chocolate cupcakes, we have a recipe that will satiate any chocolate craving. Plus, many of these recipes are friendly for those on special diets, including gluten-free, grain-free, vegan, paleo and keto. Now, everyone can indulge in a healthier dessert!

10 Real Food Chocolate Dessert Recipes

Raspberry Chocolate Fat Bombs

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Raspberry Chocolate Fat Bombs are a delicious high-fat, low carb treat that are great for curbing any dessert cravings. In fact, just one is enough to satiate your sweet tooth. Fat bombs use healthy fats, like Wildly Organic’s Refined Coconut Oil, to create a satisfying treat that is also filling. These raspberry chocolate fat bombs are gluten-free, low-carb, keto-friendly and vegan.

Chocolate Honey-Sweetened Marshmallows

A pile of chocolate honey-sweetened marshmallows on a table with parchment paper and a bag of Wildly Organic Fermented Raw Cacao.

Is there anything more decadent than a chocolate marshmallow? These chocolate marshmallows are sweetened with honey for a natural sweetener and are rich in antioxidants from Wildly Organic Fermented Cacao Powder.

With just 5 real food ingredients, you really can’t go wrong with these chocolate honey-sweetened marshmallows. They’re practically guilt-free! You’ll never go back to store-bought marshmallows after trying these easy homemade chocolate marshmallows!

No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Macaroons

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If you’re looking for a simple no-bake recipe, look no further than these No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Macaroons. With one bowl, 6 ingredients and just 5 minutes, you can have these tasty no bake treats filled with real food ingredients.

Made with Wildly Organic Coconut Flakes, Wildly Organic Almond Flour and Wildly Organic Fermented Cacao Powder, these no-bake macaroons are the perfect chocolate treat all year long. They’re naturally gluten-free, paleo, vegan and contain no refined sugars!

Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies

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Who wouldn’t want to try these Chocolate Almond Butter Cookies? They’re gluten-free, dairy-free and always a crowd pleaser! These decadent cookies use cacao in multiple forms: Wildly Organic Cacao Powder and Wildly Organic Chocolate Sauce.

Use Wildly Organic Almond Butter for the perfect chewy consistency in your chocolate almond butter cookies! They have all the indulgence of chocolate cookies but are loaded with ingredients you can feel good about serving to your family!

Grain-Free Caramel & Chocolate Cookie Bars

Three grain-free twix bars stacked on top of each other on a table.

Grain-Free Caramel & Chocolate Cookie Bars are just like your favorite candy bar, but without the grains, refined sugars and hydrogenated oils! Sound too good to be true? We promise you it’s not.

These grain-free caramel and chocolate cookie bars are a healthier dessert, filled with Wildly Organic Cold Pressed Coconut Oil and Wildly Organic Fermented Cacao Powder. Don’t even get us started on the caramel layer made with Wildly Organic Coconut Syrup… it’s seriously delicious!

Grain-Free Chocolate Coconut Cupcakes With Whipped Coconut Butter Frosting

Grain-Free Chocolate Coconut Cupcakes With Whipped Coconut Butter Frosting | Some days, only chocolate will do, am I right, ladies? And for those days, you need this recipe for grain-free Chocolate Coconut Cupcakes! A whipped coconut butter frosting adds nourishing fat and the benefits of coconut for a truly healthy treat! | WildlyOrganic.com

Sometimes when you’re craving chocolate, you just really want some chocolate cake! These Grain-Free Chocolate Coconut Cupcakes With Whipped Coconut Butter Frosting will fix any chocolate craving that you may have. These cupcakes are grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free and can easily be made refined sugar-free.

The whipped coconut butter frosting is made from Wildly Organic Coconut Butter, coconut cream and Wildly Organic Coconut Syrup. You’ll love this decadent treat!

Salted Chocolate Coconut Bark

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Why settle for store bought, processed chocolate when you can make your own? This Salted Chocolate Coconut Bark is a great gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan chocolate treat that as simple as can be to make at home! This recipe is no-bake and contains minimal ingredients for a quick and easy dessert recipe you can make in no time at all!

Superfood ingredients like Wildly Organic Fermented Cacao Powder and Wildly Organic Coconut Oil make this recipe a great way to curb those chocolate cravings!

Chocolate Hearts With Tart Cherries

Valentine's Day Chocolate Hearts With Tart Cherries | These homemade chocolate hearts with tart cherries are a guilt-free and nutritious treat to show anyone some extra love this Valentine's Day -- no fancy chocolatier skills required! | WildernessFamilyNaturals.com

We can’t mention chocolate around Valentine’s Day without thinking of these Chocolate Hearts With Tart Cherries! Who wouldn’t love a box filled with these chocolates?

Using Wildly Organic Cacao Butter and Wildly Organic Coconut Syrup, you can create these homemade chocolate hearts at home from scratch! The tart cherries balance the sweetness of the chocolate so nicely, too. These chocolates only contain 6 real food ingredients and are gluten-free, vegan and paleo-friendly.

No-Bake Almond Cacao Candy Bars

Photo of No-Bake Almond Cacao Candy Bars | These no-bake almond cacao candy bars are simple to whip up and have the flavor of a classic candy bar. Instead of giving yourself a sugar high, they’re made with natural sugars and real food ingredients which will help you stay filled and fueled. #glutenfree #grainfree #chocolate #paleo #dairyfree #realfood #allergyfriendly

These No-Bake Almond Cacao Candy Bars are an easy treat to whip up and make a great snack if you’re on to go. The base of these bars are made from Wildly Organic Almond Flour making these simple candy bars completely grain-free and gluten-free.

Sweetened with raw honey and Wildly Organic Coconut Sugar, you can feel good about serving these candy bars to your kids! They’re also no-bake and perfect for kids looking to help out in the kitchen. They’re that simple to make!

4-Ingredient Chocolate Pecan Bark

4-Ingredient Chocolate Pecan Bark | This grain-free chocolate pecan bark is sure to please your love. And it proves that it's not impossible to create a healthy, decadent indulgence you can feel good about. Make it yourself in less than an hour with just 4 wholesome ingredients! | WildernessFamilyNaturals.com

If you’re looking for a simple chocolate treat, this 4-Ingredient Chocolate Pecan Bark is definitely for you. All you need is Wildly Organic Cacao Butter, Wildly Organic Cacao Powder, honey, and Wildly Organic Soaked and Dehydrated Pecans.

This chocolate pecan bark is indulgence you can feel about eating. It’s also makes a great edible gift for your loved ones!

Which of these real food chocolate desserts will you try first?

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    joanna
    February 14, 2019 at 7:21 pm

    Hi, some of us can’t consume coconut==can you give us recipes without it?

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