One of the dreams of childhood of my generation in Poland, when the availability of products, especially sweets, was negligible and at a premium!
“Michalki” – chocolate candy, were then a luxury 🙂
Although they are full of sugar, nobody cared about it, because the amount of store sweets was very limited, so occasionally and from the holiday everyone would eat the “unhealthy sweets” now called.
Currently, the situation is different – shelves in grocery are bursting at the seams, not only from sweets, but also other industrial and causing damage to our body.
Therefore, to return the taste to childhood, but with full health “Michalki” in the FIT version!
We don’t find in them:
! added sugar
! trans fats
! emulsifiers and artificial flavors
Who wants a chocolate candy? 🙂
5 tablespoons of peanut butter (preferably crunchy) * at room temperature
3 tablespoons of coconut flour
2 tablespoons of raw cocoa
2 tablespoons of protein chocolate powder (optional) as I used Vega Chocolate Protein
about 4-5 tablespoons of coconut milk
1-2 tablespoons of erythritol / stevia or xylitol
1 dark chocolate (the best choice is 85% cocoa) to pour candy
* if you use creamy peanut butter – add a handful of finely chopped peanuts.
1. Combine all ingredients together in a bowl (if the mass is too thick and it will be difficult to form a ball – add more coconut milk).
2. Put the mass into a rectangular mini-plate (the plate can not be on a large, because the candy will come out too thin) and put in for at least an hour in the fridge.
3. Melted dark chocolate in a water bath, pour into a bowl.
4. Cut the small rectangular candies from the candy mass and coat them in melted chocolate.
5. Place the candies on baking paper and leave until the chocolate cools down on the candy (ideally left in the fridge for a few hours).
Note: FIT Chocolate Candy disappear in a flash 🙂 but if you wanted to keep a bit for later, you would store them in the fridge for a few days.