Creamy Dark Chocolate Pecan Coconut Butter

Creamy Dark Chocolate Pecan Coconut Butter

Nut and seed butters are some of my absolute favorite foods to eat! I eat nut and seed butters right off the spoon, on cut up fruit, mixed into oatmeal, on top of cookies, ice cream, pancakes, waffles, and sprouted grain toast. Nut and seed butters are so simple to make and you can create fantastic combinations depending on what you like.


I’m a huge pecan and coconut lover so I had to put the two together to create this creamy dark chocolate pecan coconut butter and I’m so glad I did! The combination of buttery pecans and coconut is so addictive and when you add dark chocolate to the mix it takes this nut butter over the top!


I have been taking a small break from putting up new recipes and holistic health articles on my site so I could focus on working with some new clients who really needed my help to improve their health with a combination of powerful essential oils, Alcat food and chemical sensitivity testing, and my personalized coaching programs based on whole foods, healthy lifestyle tips and superfoods. If any of you need help with your health challenges feel free to contact me by phone at 310.866.6944 or by email at


Now that these clients are on their new path to radiant health, I am back to share some delicious whole foods recipes that I personally eat on a daily basis and I hope all of you will make these recipes a part of your weekly diet too! Today’s mouthwatering recipe comes together in minutes if you have a powerful blender or food processor. I used my Blendtec high speed blender  with the twister jar because it creates smooth, creamy nut and seed butters without any extra effort on my part.


This recipe has 7 ingredients that I always keep on hand in my kitchen including raw pecans, organic dark chocolate, pure vanilla extract, organic virgin coconut oil, raw coconut nectar, cinnamon bark essential oil, and Himalayan pink salt. If you don’t have pecans available you can make this recipe with blanched almonds, raw macadamia nuts or raw cashews. Once I finished making the recipe, I topped it with superfoods including goji berries and raw cacao nibs.




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I enjoyed eating this tasty butter right off the spoon with the berries and nibs and then I created a banana split the next day with this nut butter along with homemade coconut milk pecan ice cream, dried raspberries, goji berries, coconut flakes and hemp seeds. YUMMY!  I ate the banana split so fast that the ice cream barely had a chance to melt because it was so good! Whoever thinks that eating healthy is bland, boring and without flavor has not tried any of my recipes!


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Dark Chocolate Pecan Coconut Butter


Creamy Dark Chocolate Pecan Coconut Butter

Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Soy-Free, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian

Makes around 1 cup


1 cup raw pecans

2 teaspoons melted organic virgin coconut oil (I used this brand)

⅛ teaspoon Himalayan pink salt

½ -3 ounce organic dark chocolate bar (I used this brand)

1 drop cinnamon bark essential oil or ⅛ teaspoon organic cinnamon powder

1 tablespoon organic raw coconut nectar (I used this brand)

1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract


1. Place pecans, coconut oil, and pink salt in your blender jar or food processor and blend or pulse in the food processor until the nut butter is smooth. This only takes a few minutes in a high powered blender but it may take up to 15 minutes in a food processor. If your blender or food processor is having trouble breaking down the nuts just add 1 more teaspoon of melted coconut oil and keep blending.

2. Break the dark chocolate bar in half and then break the half bar into smaller pieces and add it along with the cinnamon oil or cinnamon powder and blend until the chocolate melts and the nut butter is creamy and smooth. This only takes less than a minute so don’t over process the nut butter.

3. Pour the butter into a small glass jar with a lid and stir in the coconut nectar and vanilla extract with a spoon. Enjoy or store at room temperature for up to a week or two if it lasts that long!





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  1. I can’t wait to make this!

    By the way, your link for the coconut nectar links to the Theo’s chocolate bar.

  2. Looks amazing Shelley! Pinning to try soon!

  3. This sounds delicious, I like it because its gluten free and soy free. That means I can make it too. Thanks for sharing.
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  4. David Bennett

    It sounds delicious. I have not tasted chocolate pecan coconut butter, but I have tasted hazelnut butter and also cocoa butter in a chocolatier in Brussels in Belgium.

    Sheet delight!

  5. I tried a vegan place for the first time a couple of weeks ago. I had no idea that healthier eating could taste so good. I’m not a big fan of the essential oils, but I would like to try some of your recipes.
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  6. Hello Shelley, I am not really a big fan of coconut but you sure do make it sound wonderful! Chocolate pecan coconut butter, OH YEH! I just may have to give it a try..

    Thanks for sharing.. Chery :))
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  7. One of my favorite combinations… dark chocolate and pecans.

    Imagine it being healthy, even. The perfect win-win.
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  8. I will be waiting until after the holidays so I can purchase the ingredients but this is a recipe right up my alley. Nom!
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  9. That actually looks a bit sinfully delish… lol. I gotta try this out. You come up with awesome recipes. They definitely aren’t boring at all… always vibrant and enticing by the pics alone. I’ve got to say I’ve tried things I’ve never had because of your recipes.
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  10. Hello Shelley,

    THIS LOOKS DELICIOUS! I would most likely be a huge fan of this. Nearly everything in this is a promoter of weight loss and management as well as cardiovascular health. People would be surprised at the power of coconuts and dark chocolate! haha Thank you for sharing this!

  11. I’m revisiting this post because Christmas is coming and I’m on the hunt for some goodies to make. These look delicious.
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  12. This sounds unbelievably awesome. Pecans are one of the very few nuts I can eat, so I’m excited about this. I like your suggestions for how you eat it as well.
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  13. This sounds delicious! I love how you are utilizing doterra oils. My family uses doterra and we all really enjoy their products 🙂
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  14. You’re going to be my new food bestie… chocolate butter? I love it! I need to set some time aside to go through some of these recipes you are sharing.
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  15. This sounds really appealing to me as a really healthy Nutella substitute. No dairy, gluten, or bad fats to worry about! Fabulous. I’m definitely going to whip some up.
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  16. Not a fan of dark chocolate. But that looks real good.
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  17. Shelley, if I lived with you, I would be eating your food all day! You make all the delicious food that I love too, especially this one.
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  18. Okay yum! This sound extraordinarily delicious! I love all the nut butters as well but this one with the coconut and dark chocolate sounds divine. I will definitely need to try this! Thank you for the recipe :).
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