Chocolate Covered Dehydrated Fruit 🍫 🍓 😋

Chocolate Covered Dehydrated Fruit 🍫  🍓 😋

by Nikki Rahimian Certified Holistic Nutritionist

Happy December Kreation fam! With winter finally here, meaning more time indoors (aka more time snacking 😉 ) let’s get you in the mood to kreate some homemade organic, easy treats that are delicious and nutritious. These simple recipes are sure to have your sweet tooth and your belly feeling satisfied. 



Queue kreation dehydrated fruits! Did you know that our dried fruits are made in house without any added sugars, preservatives or bullsh*t? Meaning they’re the perfect fiber filled, nutrient dense, sweet tooth indulgence to choose over other holiday sweets. Consumption of dehydrated fruits enhances energy and stamina, while the fiber aids your digestive system and overall health.



From dried figs, to nectarines…strawberries (my personal favorite) to mango, you can’t go wrong when picking up one of these snacks at any kreation location. For a little fun twist on your basic dried fruit, and a guaranteed show stopper at any holiday party, we suggest pairing any of the above-mentioned dried fruits with our melted vegan kreation chocolate bars. 



Simply melt your choice of 72%, 85% or Vegan Milk Chocolate in a double boiler, adding a bit of coconut oil to thin it out if desired. When completely melted, dip your favorite dried fruit in the chocolate and place on a plate lined with parchment paper. Don’t forget to add the toppings if desired; a few of my favorites are cacao nibs, coconut flakes, chia seeds and crushed pistachios for a blood sugar balancing effect! Place your finished product in the fridge for 30-60 minutes to allow chocolate to harden and voila! A perfectly delicious and nutritious easy superfood snack that will definitely have you reaching back for seconds and thirds. 



Tag us on Instagram @kreationjuice if you try this recipe and let us know what you think! Happy holiday season from your kreation family.

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