Creamy Coconut Pecan Candy Bark (GF, Sugar-free)

If you enjoy coconut, wait until you try this  delicious melt in your mouth candy!!

You won’t believe it is sugar-free or that it is actually very good for you.
Made with all good heart healthy fats, healthy coconut and gut healing ingredients, you just may have a hard time putting it down 🙂
It’s so easy peasy to make , you can start munching away guiltlessly in no time at all. Enjoy!!!


2- cups organic pecans (sprouted if you can,they are easier to digest)                   
1- cup Tropical Traditions Coconut Cream Concentrate
*****Save money and learn how to make your own Coconut Cream Concentrate here.
2 -Tablespoons Ghee (clarified butter which is not problematic for most people
with dairy issues because the hard to digest milk proteins have been removed)
Use coconut oil as an alternative if you have severe dairy sensitivities.

4- Tablespoons Lakanto Monk Fruit Sweetener or 1 teaspoon Pure Monk powder by Julian Bakery
Note**** Monk fruit is a safe sugar-free sweetener alternative which is also considered a superfood too!!

6- dropperfuls of either Sweetleaf Steviaclear extract or Sweetleaf liquid English Toffee Stevia drops or
add in 2 Tablespoons raw honey instead of stevia if desired.

A pinch or two of mineral rich Celtic Sea salt
1/2- cup coconut chips or coconut flakes
Optional:  Add in 1/2 cup Lily’s Stevia sweetened chocolate chips


Melt the Coconut Cream and Ghee or coconut oil together over low heat.
Quickly remove and let cool a bit before adding in chopped pecans,sweetener,coconut flakes,
salt and chocolate chips if using.
Stir well to combine .

Line a cookie sheet with unbleached parchment paper.  Dump the mixture onto the center of the cookie sheet
and spread out evenly so that it is about a  1/4 inch thick.
Put into freezer until it hardens nicely (about 15 minutes).
Take out and break into pieces .You can store them in a Ziploc in the refrigerator.

They keep very nicely this way until you are ready to enjoy them 🙂

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