3 Ingredient Frozen Chocolate Bars

  • Date July 04, 2013
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A quick, easy, frozen 20 calorie chocolate bar!


Makes 16 good size frozen chocolate bites

  • 2 cups of unsweetened chocolate almond milk
  • 1/2 cup of unsweetened cocoa
  • PB2, 2 tlbs


Mix all ingredients and heat in saucepan until is thickens. Pour into pan lined with parchment paper and freeze. Take out of freezer when ready and slice into your desired bar size. I left some of the fridge to thaw out more and put the rest back in the freezer. When I wanted to eat, just take out of the freezer about 15 minutes to let them soften a bit.

Some modifications that I would suggestion include:

  • Add blackberries or cranberries to sweeten
  • Sprinkle top with pink himalayan rock salt if you like chocolate and salt
  • Sprinkle some crushed peanuts on top if you like salty
  • Add in a banana if you want them softer


Shannon Pickering said...

these look divine!

emmart said...

Can I just use regular fresh ground peanut butter instead of the PB2?

Erinn Pinky said...

Of course! You can also use regular milk or any type of milk product you prefer.

Lauren @ Sweat The Sweet Stuff said...

Um hello how easy! I've made healthier frozen yogurt but never thought to make em into bars. Will be trying soon! Visiting from SITS btw. :)

LisaB said...

I made this thinking it was easy enough since there are only 3 ingredients. It didn't work at all. The consistency out of the freezer was like a fudgesicle not a chocolate bar and were impossible to eat. If I would have let them thaw out all the way I would have had a puddle. I know the mixture didn't thicken very well. Might that have been the problem??

Erinn Pinky said...

What kind of cocoa powder did you use? I tried making these at a friends house with a different cocoa powder and had similar results. For some reason the one I use in the picture works? You could also try adding more PB2 or some regular peanut butter to firm up? I also had someone write me privately that they used a banana or two and made them much firmer!