On a very low and gentle heat, melt all the ingredients for the chocolate bark together in a pan.
Remove the pan from the heat and allow it to cool to room temperature. This allows the chocolate bark to thicken and begin to set so if any ingredients have dropped to the bottom, you can mix them back in so they are suspended in the chocolate a little more evenly.
Pour the Paleo chocolate into a dish lined with baking parchment.
Allow the chocolate to cool for a little bit longer and "almost" set. You don't want the chopped nuts and coconut to sink to the bottom. You can even pop it in the fridge for a minute or two (just don't forget to go back or it will set solid). Sprinkle the Paleo bark toppings over the surface.
Refrigerate until set. Break into pieces. Enjoy.
Nuts - I used pecans, walnuts and almonds.
Flavourings - why not try chilli chocolate? Ginger? Cinnamon? Coffee?
Remember to add sweetener to YOUR taste. If you are used to regular chocolate, you may need to sweeten this a little more until you lose your sweet tooth.
Cacao powder or cocoa powder can be used I this recipe. Adjust sweetener and flavourings to taste.