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Superfood Chocolate Medallions

Prep Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Keyword: chocolate, desserts, superfood, vegetarian
Yield: 8 people


  • 4 oz dark chocolate 60% or more
  • unsweetened shaved coconut
  • regular or golden raisins
  • dried cranberries
  • dried goji berries
  • dried apricots chopped
  • dried dates chopped
  • dried banana chopped
  • freeze dried berries
  • freeze dried apples
  • nuts (pecans, pistachios, hazelnuts or almonds)
  • dried edible flowers (rose, lavender, hibiscus)


  • Make a double boiler by bringing a medium pot of water to simmer and placing a medium heat-safe bowl on top. Water should not touch the bottom of the bowl. Meanwhile, break or chop chocolate into small pieces. Add chocolate to bowl. Gently stir until melted using a rubber spatula. Remove from heat when fully melted.
  • Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Spoon about 2 tsp. of chocolate onto the paper, spreading it into a 2 inch round. Continue this step until all the chocolate is used. Top with desired toppings. Any combination can be used.
  • Once topped, transfer to refrigerator to set for 30 min. Remove from refrigerator and medallions are ready to serve. Store in airtight container with parchment between layers. Keep in a cool dry place, or in the refrigerator.


My Favorite Combos

lavender, hazelnut and golden raisins
apricot, pistachio, coconut and rose petals
hazelnut and raisins
raisins, cranberries, coconut and nuts
apples, pecans and dates
goji berries, coconut, almonds
freeze dried raspberries and rose petals
banana, coconut, berries
The toppings chosen are nutrient dense, super flavorful. That's essentially what a "superfood" is. however, keep in mind you are not limited to any of the toppings listed. The possibilities are endless. lemon/orange peel, chia seeds, and freeze dried mangoes are also great ideas. I could probably write another paragraph of combos. Let me know some of your suggestions!