I was thrilled to receive a package of sugar free chocolate blocks and melts a few weeks ago. Most of you know that I try to maintain a sugar free diet, but when baking my cakes I haven’t quite found anything that hits the spot
Once I received this package the blocks of chocolate didn’t last long! Especially the creamy milk chocolate block which was demolished in the first minute!
I wanted to create something with the sugar free chocolate melts and decided upon making a healthy (and easy) version of a cake pop. These melts are gluten free, naturally sweetened with Stevia and contain no artificial colours, flavour or preservatives. They would be perfect to make ganache with!
This recipe is adapted from one of my favourite blogs Planning with Kids
Healthy Cake Pops
1 rounded cup of mejool dates (stone removed)
1 cup of banana chips (make sure these haven’t been dipped in sugar or baked in vegetable oil)
1 cup of almonds
1 packet of Well Naturally sugar free chocolate melts
I have made a short video for you with instructions for making the cake pops
My kids absolutely ADORED these cake pops! They were a huge hit and definitely something that will be added to my afternoon tea repoitoire. The melts were a perfect consistency for dipping (something that I have found with certain brands) and I will definitely be trying these for the ganaching of my cakes in the future.
I am thrilled to be giving away two Well Naturally packs valued at $35 each, which will be drawn in one week on Monday 10th November. To enter, simply answer the following question in the comments below…
“What recipe would you create using the Well Naturally No Sugar Added dark chocolate melts?”
For more information check out the Well Naturally website here