Dark Chocolate Coconut Covered Apples (vegan, paleo, keto & sugar-free)Skip to Recipe
These dark chocolate-covered apples are such a magical fall treat! They literally only take 10 minutes out of your day to make. These are so tasty and naturally sweet with a rich dark chocolate and coconut flavor that go perfectly with apples!
These chocolate dipped apples remind me of Snow White. I don’t know what it is about them but they make me feel so enchanted and empowered. Do you ever feel like you just conquered the world once you have made one of your favorite recipes? I sure do.
How to Make Chocolate Covered Apples
The main ingredient you need for this recipe is your favorite dark chocolate, mine is Pascha Chocolate. It tastes delicious and works super well with this recipe.
Stevia: Use stevia to taste or substitute your favorite sweetener. You may not need any sweetener at all, so it’s good to keep it mild with stevia. A little goes a long way. These apples covered with chocolate are naturally sweet!
Dark chocolate chips: Definitely use a good chocolate like Pascha’s. If you have diet restrictions or allergies, these are the way to go!
Small green apples: If you have some growing this season use them! Otherwise check your local farmer’s market or store with organic produce.
Apples Covered with Chocolate
These festive and enchanted apples are so simple to make, it will only take a few minutes!
Note: This step is crucial in order for the batter to stick to the apple! If the batter is too liquid add in more coconut milk powder, and make sure it isn’t too warm.
Once cooled and thickened, dip the apples in the coconut white mixture for the first layer. Place them on a pan with a sheet of parchment and put them in the refrigerator to set quickly.
At the same time, melt the dark chocolate chips, pinch of sea salt, and optional sweetener to taste in a separate double boiler.
Now take the apples out of the refrigerator, and drizzle them with the cranberry layer. Then top it with the chocolate layer.
Note: You can add in any colors you want depending on what ingredients you have on hand. Let yourself get creative!
These enchanted chocolate covered apples, are perfect for Halloween or any fall get together! They are the most wonderful treat that you can whip up in about 10 minutes!
Coconut Dark Chocolate Covered Apples Notes:
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Pascha is the only chocolate chips that I can use without sacrificing my chocolate standards. Their 100% dark chocolate is organic, vegan, fair-traded and they don’t have any the weird fillers and ingredients.
Feel feel to use any of the Pascha Chocolate’s as they are absolutely the top of the line.
I have also met them in person and they are the real deal. A family run business conquering the world with healthy chocolate, while raising their kids. I couldn’t recommend them enough, I promise they have good vibes, and intentions all around.
In the mood for more healthy fall treats? Try these:
- Pumpkin Spiced Donuts with CBD Coconut Glaze
- Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Coconut Butter Cups
- Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies
- Quinoa Pumpkin Pancakes
- Pumpkin Spiced Hot Chocolate
- Pumpkin Pie Spiced Moon Milk
- WHITE COCONUT LAYER:
- 1 cup of coconut milk powder
- 1/2 cup of coconut butter
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla bean powder
- CRANBERRY LAYER
- 1/2 cup coconut butter
- 3 teaspoons of cranberry powder
- (if needed add sweetener to taste)
- CHOCOLATE LAYER
- 1 cup 100% Pascha Dark Chocolate Chips
- sweetner to taste
- pinch of sea salt
- 6 small green apples
- Melt white coconut butter layer ingredients in a double boiler – set the mixture to the side and wait until it is room temperature in order to thicken- **this step is crucial in order for the batter to stick to the apple! if the batter is too liquid add in more coconut milk powder, and make sure it isn’t too warm.
- After the first layer sticks them in the fridge in order to set quickly.
- Melt the cranberry layer ingredients in a double boiler.
- Melt the chocolate layer in a separate double boiler.
- Take the apples out and drizzle with the cranberry, and finish off with the chocolate. (this step is really up to you, as you can add in any colors you want depending on what ingredients you have on hand – let yourself get creative here)