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Lorna Jane Clarkson Raw Choc Mint Slice Recipe

Why This Raw Choc Mint Slice Is a Dessert Game Changer

When all you're craving is a deliciously sweet treat, avoiding the naughty temptations can be really hard — it's so easy to reach for a block of chocolate or a biscuit, or two, or three (who can ever stop at one?). Now your struggle to find something that fills the sweet spot is over thanks to this Lorna Jane Clarkson creation. Introducing . . . the raw choc mint slice.

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Raw Choc Mint Slice

Lorna Jane Clarkson

Lorna Jane Clarkson Raw Choc Mint Slice Recipe


  1. Base
    100g almonds
    350g dates
    1 tbs coconut oil
    1 cup desiccated coconut
    2 tbs cacao
  1. Mint and White Layer
    100g cashews (soaked overnight)
    300g desiccated coconut
    ½ cup water
    2tbs coconut oil
    ½ bunch mint
    ¼ cup kale or spinach juice (this gives the slice its nice green colour)
    1 tbs agar-agar
  1. Garnish
    2tbs cacao
    1tbs coconut oil, melted



  • Line cake tin with baking paper.
  • Blend all base ingredients in food processor until desired texture is reached. Or until you can press mixture together, and it stays.
  • Press into base of cake tin ensuring layer is even and flat then place in freezer.

Mint and White Layer

  • Blend all mint layer ingredients (except mint, water and agar-agar) in a food processor until smooth. Add small amounts of water at a time if the mixture is still too dry.
  • Take out half of the mixture and set aside in a bowl.
  • In the food processor, add the mint (and water, if still dry) until smooth.
  • In a saucepan, heat water and agar-agar until dissolved.
  • Slowly pour half the agar-agar into the food processor while it's running. Set mixture aside.
  • Roughly clean out your food processor. Add the other half of the white ingredients that were set aside earlier and process the remaining agar-agar.
  • Spread the white layer onto the base first, allow to set slightly in the freezer for two minutes, then add the green layer.
  • Place in the freezer for roughly two hours or until set. Cut into portion sizes. Garnish.
  • Mix cacao and coconut oil together until a smooth and shiny consistency is reached. Drizzle over the slice portions, then place in freezer to set.
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