Vegan Chocolate Dipped Cherries

Vegan-Chocolate-Dipped-CherriesI have only one person to blame for these Chocolate Dipped Cherries and that’s my blog friend Tabatha over at Kitchen to Nirvana.

I love her blog because she has awesome vegan and gluten-free recipes and her photos are to die for.  Check her out…you won’t be disappointed!

She just did a post on her website for Chocolate Covered Nuts & Coconut Bits and I have had chocolate on my brain ever since.

Last weekend when I was at Whole Foods, I spotted cherries in the produce section and I immediately thought about Tabatha’s recipe.

So I bought the cherries and made these easy chocolate dipped cherries using her recipe as inspiration.

I made a little change by using 100% organic Fine Italian Dark Chocolate with Probiotics and Omega-3’s from Beyond Organic that had probiotics and 1,000 mg of omega-3’s so I “melted” it in the dehydrator at 110 degrees so I wouldn’t harm the probiotics.

The omega’s in the chocolate come from toasted flaxseeds and they give it a nice little crunch.

This is a great little snack to make in a matter of minutes when you want something sweet, chocolate and healthy.



5 Fast Facts About Cherries:

  • high in anti-oxidants
  • contains anti-cancer agents
  • provides anti-inflammatory benefits
  • contains beneficial phytonutrients
  • contains 19 x more beta carotene than strawberries

5 Fast Facts About Beyond Organic Chocolate:

  • contains probiotics
  • contains 4 g fiber
  • contains 1,000 mg of omega-3’s
  • organic, non-GMO, vegan
  • gluten-free

This is the first organic chocolate I’ve come across that has probiotics and extra omega-3’s.

Here is the ingredient list for the chocolate I used:  Organic Bittersweet Chocolate (Organic Chocolate Liquor, Organic Cane Sugar, Organic Cocoa Butter, Soy Lecithin (emulsifier), Organic Vanilla Extract, Organic Flaxseeds, Probiotic Bacillus Coagulans GCI-30 6086.
















Tip #1:  Remember to use caution if you serve these to younger children because they do have big seeds in the middle.

Tip #2:  I didn’t add the coconut sugar to my chocolate mixture because the cherries already have some sweetness to them, but add enough to your taste if you’d like your chocolate dip a little sweeter.

Tip #3:  I used the Beyond Organic chocolate bar, but you can use any type of dark chocolate.

Tip #4:  The amount I made was using a 1 ounce bar of chocolate which was enough for about 10 cherries, but if you need more chocolate dip, just follow the ingredient amounts from Tabatha’s recipe.


Vegan Chocolate Dipped Cherries The Healthy Family and Home


  • 10 cherries
  • 1oz organic dark chocolate (melted)
  • 1/2 teaspoon organic coconut oil (melted/liquid)


  • organic coconut sugar


Step 1 Slowly and gently melt chocolate at lowest heat.

Add coconut oil (melted/liquid) and sugar, if desired and stir until well combined.

Dip the bottom half of the cherries into the chocolate and place on a piece of wax paper.

Leave them in the refrigerator just long enough for the chocolate/coconut oil to harden.

Store in the refrigerator until ready to eat because the chocolate will get soft if left out at room temperature.



Recipe source:

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat




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  1. says

    Karielyn! I love these chocolate covered cherries! The chocolate looks so decadent around the bottom. I will have to try your recipe as well. Cherries seem to be back in season. And thanks for the nice comments about my blog…

    • Karielyn says

      Hi Tabatha! I’m dying to make the chocolate covered nuts..I already know which ones I will use too!

      And you are very welcome..I absolutely love your blog 😉

    • Karielyn says

      Hi Rose! Thanks! As soon as I saw those little guys in the produce section, I grabbed a bag!

      Of course they were just as good plain as with the chocolate 😉

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