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So my wife has been craving some chocolate, so I decided to try and make her something close to her favorites
so I grabbed some supplies
I dumped in 2 cups of unsweetened cocoa powder, 2/3 cup of honey and a teaspoon of sea salt
I melted a cup of coconut oil
and mixed it well
I covered a pan with wax paper and smoothed it all out on the pan
and sprinkled unsweetened coconut and almonds on it
I set the pan outside to harden and after about 40 minutes, it was set
Now this is not Low-Cal,I did a quick breakdown on MFP but is Paleo friendly
Trader Joe’s – Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, 16 Tbsp, 15mL
Hershey’s Cocoa – Natural Unsweetened Powder, 32 tbsp
Honey – Clover, 11 Tablespoon
Let’s Do…® Organic – Unsweetened Organic Coconut Flakes, 3 Tbsp. (15 g)
Natural Raw Sliced Almonds – 1 Tbsp, 2 tbsp
Price wise it was about 4 dollars total for ingredients
Looks tasty…. how was it?
really good, tastes just like a dark chocolate mounds with just a slight after taste which I think is the honey, as long as the wife is happy with them, I’m good!
so my wife decided to experiment with this today and made these
chocolate covered strawberries
and mixed with just coconut for a coconut drop
my god they are good, especially the fruit
So my wife has really taken to this side of paleo, she’s doing chocolate banana popsicles, those things are awesome when the need for a snack arise
ok, no comment on that last pic.
lol, I appreciate it!
I make healthy candy bars that taste kinda like snickers. All natural ingredients and man are they good. best part is they are REALLY good for you.
how can I market these? everyone who has ever tried one has said “you should sell these”
farmers market? start small expand from there
my gawd these bananas!
I experimented with peanut butter today, I think I’m in love
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