Which ingredients to use? 180 g petit beurre biscuits, 150 g mixed nuts, 100 g dark chocolate, 2 tbs coconut oil, 2 tbs maple syrup, 2 tbs unsweetened cocoa powder, 4 tbs soya milk & 2 tbs cream flour. To decorate: ground almonds & ground sugar.

Discover the similar recipe: The almond cushions!

These dark chocolate medallions will win your heart! I’m such a lover of the pure taste of the dark chocolate and I usually use the one with 73% of cocoa. The recipe makes approx. 25 pieces, but very rich in taste.


How to prepare it? Crush the petit beurre biscuits until they are not flourlike, use a blender to grind the nuts and mix these two ingredients together. Melt the chocolate with coconut oil and add it to the mixture. Use the spoon to mix it very well and gradually add maple syrup, cocoa powder and warmed soya milk. Leave the mixture in the fridge to rest for about 30 minutes. After taken out, add 2 tablespoons of cream flour and the mixture is ready for the final step.

Help yourself with the spoon to measure the amount for one medallion and put some effort into making the perfect shape for each of them. Place them on the baking paper and sprinkle with the ground almonds and sugar before putting in the oven. Bake only 8 minutes in the oven previously preheated on 180ºC.


The very special moments of mine – a cup of my favourite coffee, these delicious dark chocolate medallions and some time to enjoy a book. In my hands is the very first book I published, which also brought me my first literary award. If interested, there are still some copies left to buy (in Croatian)!

Write me on: glorialamarr@gmail.com

Thank you for reading!

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