01 September 2009

Thank you, Hail Merry.

This, my friends, is the Hail Merry Chocolate Tart



Just a small slice...half of a half is all you need.

Rich, dark cocoa and a chewy crust.  And the best part?  Only 5 - count' em - 5 ingredients:
dark cocoa, organic coconut oil, organic maple syrup, blanched almond flour, sea salt

Gluten-free, sugar-free, and as the Hail Merry ladies say, "No processed anything."  That is what I'm talkin' about.

It's perfect for PMS days.  Or hard-day-at-work days.  Or just I-need-chocolate-and-I-need-it-now days.

I've met the Hail Merry ladies at our local organic co-op, and they are lovely people.   If there's anything better than a healthy decadent dessert, it's knowing the hands that prepared it.

Rush to your local health food store and grab one.  Then eat a sliver with a cup 'o tea.  Or more than a sliver.  With a dessert this healthy, it won't really matter if you eat the whole thing!

9 comments:

jenni said...

YUMM.

Tara said...

Looks like you can only snag them in Dallas! You might have to bring us some when you come back this way. :)

marisa said...

ooooo i want some!!!

maryh said...

you really need to be a photographer for a food magazine. and, you also need to open a health food store in waco. i might petition our heb to carry these!

Shawna said...

ahhh! this is an ANSWERED PRAYER! i am trying gluten free for a few weeks to see if i feel better. sigh. it's been a long few days already and THIS looks heavenly and i already have most of the ingredients. yay! thank you thank you.

Shawna said...

i just realized i have to buy it and i don't know if i can get to a whole foods in a while. maybe i'll try to make it. :)

Traci said...

that looks soooooo yummy!!!

Farrah said...

Stine- The blog is looking so wonderful you inspire me to start looking at mine again. I love your new banner. And as always the content of your post always encourages me to look for an appreciate the things around me. Thanks. -F

Christiana said...

I'm drooling. And I don't care who knows.

I've sent my sister off on a mission to find and experience these. I'm hoping she loves me enough to bring me some.

[Speaking of - can you come back to Nashville and visit soon, please?]