Raspberry Chocolate Coconut Bars (Bountys) (gluten-free)

February 14, 2019Melanie
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Coconut Bars

Valentine´s Day

Do you guys celebrate Valentine’s Day? Basically we don’t celebrate this day. I think you shouldn´t just show your love on a certain day but every now and then when you feel like it. But it’s nice to give away (not only on Valentine’s Day) homemade treats 🙂

Pink Bar

Coconut Bars

Actually I didn’t want to create a snack for Valentine’s Day at all but when I saw coconut bars, inspired by Pinterest, I thought why not?! I like coconut very much (are you also coconut fans?) and then covered with chocolate, that’s the perfect snack for me. To make it perfect for Valentine’s Day, I’ve prepared a raspberry version of the coconut bars.

About the Coconut

This bar consists mainly of coconut products. Therefore it doesn’t contain flour, soy or nuts. The coconut is a very popular superfood. That is why there are many coconut products on the market today. Coconut is healthy because it contains a lot of fibre and minerals (such as calcium, iron, sodium, potassium). However, coconuts have a high fat content.

I regularly eat coconut products. I prefer to use coconut oil in oatmeal, coconut milk in curry dishes or coconut chips in my bowls (my favorite are chocolate chips – surprise :-)). What are your favourite coconut products?

Raspberry Bounty


You can prepare this snack very quickly. But you have to let the coconut mass rest for about 3 hours. Nevertheless, it is worth making coconut bars yourself because they taste so delicious, especially mixed with raspberries. I can only recommend it! A good and filling snack for in between.

Raspberry Chocolate Coconut Bars

Raspberry Bounty Recipe
Course nachtisch, Snack
Keyword Chocolate, Coconut, Coconut Bars, Coconut Chocolate Bars, Raspberries
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Resting Time3 hours
Total Time15 minutes
Servings: 10 bars


  • 130 gr desiccated coconut
  • 25 gr coconut oil
  • 100 gr coconut milk (only the fat)
  • 40 gr frozen raspberries
  • 2 tbsp agave syrup
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 100 gr dark chocolate
  • 1 pinch of salt


  • Put all the ingredients in a pot and cook briefly over medium heat.
  • Once all the ingredients have melted and the mixture is well combined remove the pot from the heat.
  • Spread the coconut mixture evenly in a bread tin lined with baking paper.
  • Let the bars rest in a freezer for about 2 hours.
  • Melt the chocolate and cover bars with chocolate.
  • Let the bars rest in the fridge for about an hour.

Raspberry Chocolate Coconut Bars

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