There is no processed sugar in these, but they satisfy a sweet tooth and are plenty sweet thanks to the dates, raisins and honey that are in them. The coconut oil adds a bit of sweetness, too.
Start with processing the nuts in a high speed blender or a food processor until crumbly. I have a little one who does not like nuts, so I went pretty powdery with my nuts to keep her happy. She devoured these and kept asking for more!
Add dates, keep processing until they are in small pieces & mixed well.
Add the rest of your ingredients. Process until consistency can be rolled into a ball…a messy ball. Keep scraping the sides of your blender or processor to help blend.
Make sure you lick that spoon!
Press mixture into a lined pan. I used my fingers but then smoothed my prints out with the back of a spoon to make it pretty for all of you!
Mix up the icing.
Are you drooling yet? This is the best part. Mmmmmm.
Top bars with icing. Use a bit of water to thin if too thick. If too thin, don’t worry, it will firm up in the freezer.
The texture of this slice is so satisfying. It is chewy even when frozen, easy to bite into. The frosting melts so creamy in your mouth. I love that they are cold, too, which really adds to the satisfaction!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Freezer Slice
1/2 cup cocoa
~Place your nuts into your food processor or high speed blender and process until crumbly.
This post was inspired by our amazing Raw Foods Contributor Teniel Moore from Addicted To Raw. She wrote about a similar chocolate slice minus the peanut butter and high raw.