Coconut Butter Bark

Gluten-free Coconut Butter White Bark is a delicious treat that is perfect for those on a gluten-free diet. This unique combination of coconut and creamy cashew creates a delightful snack that can easily satisfy even the most discerning sweet tooth. The creamy, velvety texture of the chocolate melts in your mouth, making the perfect combination with the crunchy coconut flakes. The buttery flavor of the coconut butter adds a subtle richness that makes the experience even more enjoyable.

The beauty of Coconut Butter White Bark is that it can be enjoyed in a variety of ways. You can enjoy it straight from the package as a snack or use it as a topping for ice cream or cupcakes. You can also melt it down and use it as a chocolate sauce or dip for fruits or other snacks.

Keto Version:

If you are following a keto diet plan, you can omit honey from this recipe. The bark will still be a little bit sweet and you can enjoy it as a keto snack. They are low in carbs and high in healthy fats and proteins, making them an ideal snack for those looking to reduce their carb intake. Keto snacks are known for helping people feel full for longer, providing lasting energy without the need for additional carbohydrates. Additionally, keto snacks can help support weight loss by reducing cravings for unhealthy foods and providing proper nutrition. Many studies have also shown that a ketogenic diet can help improve blood sugar levels, reduce inflammation, and even reduce the risk of certain diseases. All of these benefits make keto snacks an excellent choice for anyone looking to stay healthy and energized.

Not only does Coconut Butter White Bark taste great, but it is also full of healthy benefits. Coconut butter is high in healthy fats, which can help promote weight loss and reduce cholesterol levels. It is also high in vitamin E, which can help reduce the risk of heart disease. If you are looking for a delicious and nutritious snack that fits into a gluten-free diet, Coconut Butter White Bark is the perfect choice. Not only is it delicious and nutritious, but it also makes a great gift for those looking for a unique snack. So go ahead and try it today!

Coconut Butter Bark

Recipe by Dish Lingo
5.0 from 1 vote
Course: Snacks, DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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I regularly tell you about coconut products because I love everything coconut, and I know that many of you do too. Today we will talk about coconut manna is grated fresh coconut pulp, fragrant, naturally sweet, and fatty. 
Coconut manna or butter is a real organic product that is made from coconut. 
It is deep white; its consistency varies depending on the temperature, for example, when chilled, it resembles halva, when heated, it resembles dense butter. The aroma is almost the same as that of the coconut itself, the taste is creamy and sweetish.

How is coconut manna made commercially?

On an industrial scale, manna is made from ripe nuts, which, after harvesting, are allowed to brew so that the pulp thickens. 
After that, the nut is opened, and the juice is drained. The remaining pulp is extracted and used to make butter. Partially defatted coconut meat is processed until a paste-like consistency is achieved.
Further, the raw materials are cooled and sent to production (the best coconut manna from Nutiva), where the manna is pasteurized, ensuring 100% safety in terms of hygiene requirements, and packaged in glass jars.  

How to make coconut manna at home?

Making coconut manna at home is pretty easy. This requires ripe fruits. We load the pulp extracted from the nut into the bowl of a food processor and blend it for about 10 minutes. With the machine running, you can add a little coconut oil if the feedstock is too dry. And the manna is ready.

* If you use a blender instead of a food processor, the process may take a long time. 
You will have to periodically stop and clean off the adhering mass.
Another way to make manna at home is to use coconut flakes and shavings. 
So in the bowl of a food processor, we place coconut flakes or shavings, respectively, 5 or 4 cups. 
If the coconut flakes or flakes are fresh, then you must first dry them. 
Next, add 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, 1/4 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract or powder. 
Whip in a food processor for about 15 minutes. And the manna at home is ready.

Some of the tastiest ways to eat coconut manna:

- make raw cakes - just use manna instead of nuts, this is especially convenient if your blender is not too powerful;
- make vegan cream for cake or muffins - mix manna with sweetener and berries in a blender, decorate the cake;
- and of course, eat just like that, with a spoon, straight from the jar, with hot fragrant tea.


  • 1/2 cup cocoa butter (also, it is called coconut manna)

  • 1 cup coconut butter

  • 2 tablespoons liquid honey

  • 2 tablespoons cashew butter

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

  • Toppings: raisins, chocolate chips, and freeze-dried strawberries.


  • Combine all the ingredients, except for honey in a pan and set on low heat.
  • Stir every couple of minutes. Make sure the mixture does not boil. When it is all combined and mixed, turn off the stove and set the pan aside.
  • Stir and mix liquid honey really well.
  • Pour the melted mixture into a parchment-lined dish - I used 8x11, but you can use a different size. The sickness of the bark will depend on the size of the dish.
  • Sprinkle toppings over the top - I used freeze-dried strawberries, chocolate chips, and raisins.
  • Set in the fridge for at minimum 1 hour.
  • Take the dish out of the fridge, and cut or break the mixture into pieces.
  • Store the bark in the fridge for up to one week in an airtight container.


  • You can use different molds to make the bark more pretty or fun, especially if the kids are involved in making it.