When it comes to a healthier chocolate crackles recipe, people will often ask, can you use coconut oil instead of copha in chocolate crackles? Natvia’s answer is a firm (and sugar free) yes!
This is a healthy chocolate crackles recipe alternative made completely without sugar, and uses coconut oil instead of copha.
This is a great recipe if wanting to have a copha substitute for chocolate crackles.

These are healthy chocolate crackles made without copha! Our chocolate crackles are made not only without copha, but they are also sugar free and a healthier way to enjoy chocolate crackles.

This is a super healthy and tasty way to enjoy sugar free chocolate crackles, by Natvia.
Made with Natvia 100% Natural Sweetener! That’s right there is no sugar used in any of our recipes!

You can find more sugar-free recipes like this one and more over on our blog or check out Natvia’s archive of dessert videos over at Healthy Treats!

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200g Coconut Oil – melted

4 cups Puffed Rice

1 cup desiccated coconut

3 tbsp cocoa powder

1/2 cup Natvia


  1. Line multiple muffin trays with muffin cups. Set aside.
  2. Combine 4 cups of puffed rice, 1/2 cup of Natvia, 3 tbsp's Cocoa, and 1 cup coconut in a large mixing bowl. Stir the mixture until evenly divided.
  3. Melt the 200g of Coconut Oil and pour over the dry mixture and stir thoroughly.
  4. Once evenly mixed, scoop the chocolate puffed rice mixture into muffin tray cups.
  5. Fill the muffin cups and then use the rest of the leftover mixture to fill another container with the mixture (can create a slice that also goes with the crackles in the muffin cups).
  6. Once you have filled up the trays with the chocolate crackle mixture, place it all in the fridge to chill until set. It should take at least a few hours to completely set.
  7. Once set, take out of the fridge and pack into your lunch, or enjoy a sugar free chocolate crackle whenever you like! They are your healthy crackles.


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    1. Beth Masters says:

      Please check that Kelloggs Rice Bubbles are gluten free as I do NOT think that they are. They contain malt and are made on machines that are used for cereals that contain gluten. This mistake could be serious for coeliacs.

      1. Patrick says:

        Hi Beth, we’ve updated the copy! Thanks so much for spotting this.

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