It started off as a cookie. I made it too liquidy. After tasting the sweet and salty flavor it reminded me of chocolate covered pretzels. I dug out my flax crackers and dipped it and it tasted amazing. I wasn't measuring so everything is kind of a guess (sorry)! Use your judgment. It should be sweet, salty and chocolatey...yum!
1/2 cup raw brazil nuts
1/3 cup raw almonds
1/2 cup raw carob powder
1/4 teaspoon-1 teaspoon Himalaya pink salt (to your liking)
1 teaspoon-1 tablespoon raw coconut butter
3 tablespoons raw coconut oil (warmed to liquid) use more if mixture is too thick
1 teaspoon-1 tablespoon raw maca powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 tablespoon or more raw sesame tahini
1 tablespoon raw sesame seeds
5-20 drops non alcohol stevia extract (add carefully, if you put too much it will have a bitter taste)
1 cup raw flax seeds
1 cup-1 1/2 cup purified water
Himalaya pink salt
Put the flax seeds in a small bowl. Pour in the water till the seeds are covered. Stir it and let it soak for about an hour. You may need to add some more water. The water will turn into a clear jelly. You want the mixture to be gooey, not runny. Stir in a dash of salt, not too much because the chocolate dip will also be salty. Spread the mixture out onto a teflex sheet and make sure it's about 1/8" thick. Dehydrate for 4-6 hours on 110 degrees. Flip over and dehydrate for another few hours or till crispy. If you don't have a dehydrater (like me) you can pour the mixture over parchment paper and dehydrate in a convection oven at 110 degrees for the same amount of time. Break or slice crackers into pieces. If you want to get fancy you can cut them into stick shapes. Now you're ready for the "chocolate" dip.
Mix all "chocolate" ingredients in a food processor and process until somewhat smooth. It should be pretty liquidy. Spread a piece of parchment paper on a plate. Dip prepared raw flax crackers in the dip until they are completely covered. Lay the "chocolate" covered crackers out on the parchment paper and put in the freezer until the "chocolate" is solid. Peel them off and enjoy!