Pecan Chocolate Brownie Bites

Pecan Chocolate Brownie Bites

Jade from

Is a dead set legend when it comes to sharing her delicous recipes!
her photography is stunning
Her recipes are simple, easy
More delicious than they look!

I have made a few recipes from Jade

This week, these blew one me away!

So in Jade's own words

'A whole food recipe that uses only 5 ingredients, these pecan chocolate brownie bites are no bake, gluten and grain free and easily made vegan and dairy free with only 15 minutes prep time.'
Pecan Chocolate Brownie Bites


1 cup pecans
1 cup dried dates

2 Tbsp cacao powder
1.5 Tbsp ghee or coconut oil
Pinch salt 100g dark choc buds



The recipe is so easy- you just need a food processor to make the filling.

Add pecans and cacao, and blitz until you have fine crumbs. Some small chunks are ok!

Now, add the dates and ghee. Blend again in your food processor for around 1 minutes. I like to check my mixture here- it should easily roll into a ball without falling apart, but should not be so sticky it sticks to your hand. If its too dry add extra ghee, if it is too wet add extra pecans.

If you have a blender you can use this, but it will need you to use the tamper to get everything moving, or stop and scrap the sides regularly.

Shape your mix into little patties or balls then place onto a tray lined with baking paper. You could also press into a lined tin and make this into a slice if you prefer. Now set in the freezer for an hour.

Now we melt our chocolate. I use a double boiler method. Chop chocolate and place in a heat proof bowl. Add 2cm water to a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Sit the bowl of chocolate on the rim of the saucepan- the bowl should not be touching the water. Reduce heat to low and gently let, stirring occasionally, until liquid. You can also use a microwave to melt chocolate.

Place chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and heat in 15 second increments, stirring between, until melted.

Remove pecan filling from freezer and immediately dip each bite into the melted chocolate. This is easiest done using a fork. Allow excess chocolate to drip off before placing the chocolate covered bite on your lined tray.

Optional; top with an extra pecan and some flakey salt.