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Pomegranate Dark Chocolate Bites

It’s almost pomegranate season now that September is here! And that means lots and lots of pomegranates to eat, so let’s make a quick and simple dark chocolate recipe! These pomegranate dark chocolate bites only include 3 ingredients and they require no baking! 

Continue reading below to find out how to make these tasty bites! 

Quick & Simple Recipe: Best Chocolate Brand 

So why is this such a good recipe? Well, the answer is simple: flavor and simplicity. 

These treats are perfect for holiday parties or any fun event! You can also make them just for yourself, and they’re a great way to enjoy a healthier dessert. These pomegranate dark chocolate bites are simple to make and look really nice.

However, the flavors of it also depend on the chocolate brand you use. For absolute deliciousness, you want to use a good dark chocolate brand. Obviously, this will also affect how healthy the recipe will be. In general, it is best to use dark chocolate bars with at least 70% cocoa content. Bonus points if the brand uses pure ingredients. 

For example, we use only two ingredients in our dark chocolate bars: cacao beans and cane sugar. It can’t get any more pure than that! Therefore, dark chocolate is the foundation ingredient for this recipe. So, make sure you pick a quality brand that is both delicious and healthy! 

How to make it

  • 150gr Le Chocolat des Iles Dark Chocolate
  • 2 ½ cups pomegranate seeds 
  • 1tbsp sea salt
Step-by-step directions 
  1. Get 12 muffin cups ready.
  2. Put a single layer of pomegranate seeds into each cup.
  3. Use a microwave to melt some dark chocolate. Be careful not to burn it.
  4. Take the melted dark chocolate and put it into a piping bag or a plastic bag. Cut a small hole in the bag so you can squeeze out a thin line of chocolate.
  5. Squeeze the chocolate in a crisscross pattern over the pomegranate seeds in each cup.
  6. Add another layer of pomegranate seeds on top of the chocolate.
  7. Repeat step 5 with more chocolate, making crisscross patterns on the new layer of seeds.
  8. Finally, add the last layer of pomegranate seeds.
  9. Sprinkle a little sea salt on each of the pomegranate chocolate bites.
  10. Put the muffin cups in the fridge and let them chill for at least one hour.
  11. When you’re ready to eat them, take them out of the fridge and enjoy!
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