Salted Caramel Skinny Chocolate (THM S)

Another scrumptious chocolaty treat that’s so quick, from ‘make to eat’ in 10 minutes flat!  Don’t let your chocolate craving ruin your plan…..this salted caramel wonder will satisfy you every time! ❤


1 cup of Coconut oil

1/4 cup premium cocoa powder

*1/4 cup of peanut flour (Optional,  can omit without replacement)

1/4 tsp of sea salt (reserve half for sprinkling on top)

2 tbsp Erythritol (grind first in a coffee grinder, if your sweetener is granular)

2 heaping doonks (the tiny measuring scoop) of Pure Stevia

2 tsp of Caramel Extract

*2 Tbsp Unsweetened Almond Milk(Optional, added creaminess for more of a milk chocolate taste)

Melt coconut oil.  (35 seconds in the microwave.  I can’t stress this enough….Do not overheat your coconut oil!!! Simply melt it until there are bits of  un-melted oil left, stir by hand until the rest of the chunks melt entirely….then and add all remaining ingredients)
Add all remaining ingredients to melted oil.
Mix very well.  (I use my single serve ninja blending cup, and let it whirl for a minute.)
Use a mold or pour into tin foil lined 8×8 bar pan.  Place in freezer.
Once set remove from pan and break into smaller chunks to enjoy. ❤
EDITED: 1/6th of this recipe is considered a serving size…..I usually only need a square or two to be completely satisfied!!! Yum

Salted Caramel Peanut Skinny Chocolate

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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1 cup of Coconut oil

1/4 cup premium cocoa powder

*1/4 cup of peanut flour (Optional,  can omit without replacement)

1/4 tsp of sea salt (reserve half for sprinkling on top)

2 tbsp Erythritol (grind first in a coffee grinder, if your sweetener is granular)

2 heaping doonks  (the tiny measuring scoop) of Pure Stevia

2 tsp of Caramel Extract

*2 Tbsp Unsweetened Almond Milk(Optional, added creaminess for more of a milk chocolate taste)

Melt coconut oil.  (35 seconds in the microwave.  I can’t stress this enough….Do not overheat your coconut oil!!! Simply melt it until there are bits of  un-melted oil left, stir by hand until the rest of the chunks melt entirely….then and add all remaining ingredients)
Add all remaining ingredients to melted oil.
Mix very well.  (I use my single serve ninja blending cup, and let it whirl for a minute.)
Use a mold or pour into tin foil lined 8×8 bar pan.  Place in freezer.
Once set remove from pan and break into smaller chunks to enjoy.

With love,

Chrissy

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25 thoughts on “Salted Caramel Skinny Chocolate (THM S)

  1. Hey Chris! Thank you Thank you Thank you! I have not made skinny chocolate in so long because I can never get it to turn out right. This recipe tastes delicious.. The sweetness was perfect. The only problem I had was all my sugar and peanut flour settled at the bottom even after blending it. My solution was to add probably a tablespoon of almond milk to the mixture and blend again. The almond milk thickened it slightly like ganache and everything stayed mixed together! Thanks for the recipe! Now I can enjoy skinny chocolate again! Come see my blog! I’ve added a few recipes in the last little bit.

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    1. Try only softening the coconut oil not liquidating it. You may end up using beaters rather than a blender, but that way it doesn’t separate so badly.

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      1. Yes exactly! ❤
        That's why I suggest only melting it a bit…. It does indeed separate if over heated. So melting it for a short time while assuring you have some unmelted bits works every time! ❤

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  2. I made this tonight after searching many times for a good recipe that included what I had on hand. I loved that it used Defatted Peanut Flour rather than peanut butter. I didn’t have any caramel extract but I added about 10 drops of Sweetleaf Toffee Stevia and a few drops of Vanilla Stevia. Since I added those I only used 1 doonk of Stevia powder. It turned out so delicious that I ate tooooo much and did not feel so good after. I won’t overdo it again! My kids even liked it which surprised me a lot! I didn’t let them overdo it though. Thanks so much, this was easy and very, very good.

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    1. YAY!! You’ve got to love a family hit! I know my kids love it too….so I share. It breaks my heart but I share…lol!! Better for them then those alternatives out there isn’t it? It sounds like your alterations worked out perfectly, I love that. Hope you enjoy (without a tummy ache or course) again soon!! ❤

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  3. What is the best way to store these? Do you need to store the chocolate in the freezer or frig or could it placed in a ziplock bag in the pantry?

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  4. Have you tried this with the gentle sweet from THM? I do not have a grinder, but I do have the gentle sweet. Not sure what the conversion would be since there are 2 different sweeteners in it!

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  5. I’ve been making my skinny chocolate really thin lately and it really makes a difference. I just put it in a lined cookie sheet and swirl it around to make it as thin or thiner then a store bought chocolate bar. It makes it taste different. I can’t wait to try your recipe. thanks

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