This recipe could not be easier. All you need is coconut oil, chocolate chips, and the nuts of your choice. Heat 1-2 cups dark chocolate chips and 1 tablespoon coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl at 30 second intervals, stirring between, until melted. Mix in 3-4 cups of nuts of your choice. (I used blanched, sliced almonds and chopped walnuts.) Spoon small mounds of the mixture onto parchment paper or wax paper, allow to cool/set, and enjoy!
Variations: add shredded coconut, a sprinkle of sea salt, a dash of vanilla extract or cinnamon… get creative!
ETA: One of my students mentioned adding raisins or coffee beans. I’ll have to try this next time!
I finally did it. I found a local grass-fed beef supplier. It felt a little like I was joining ”the mob” as I asked my friend about it: (Hushed tones) “Hey!” ”Yeah?” ”I hear you’ve got… you know… connections.” ”Uh… whatever could you be talking about? What kind of person do you think I…” “You know… BEEF connections.” ”Well, who wants to know?” ”I dunno… I heard you know a guy.” ”Okay, yeah. I know a guy. What’s it worth to ya?” Continue reading
I tried to find a creative title for this recipe. I even asked my husband (the “king of puns”) for help. The best thing he could come up with was “A C4 Salad – Exploding with Flavor!” The title refers to (A)vocado, (C)hicken, (C)abbage, (C)ilantro, and (C)ucumber. Yeah, I wasn’t loving it. Continue reading
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Tagged avocado, chicken, cucumber, dairy free, egg free, gluten free, grain free, nightshade free, nut free, paleo, salad, sugar free, Whole30
Call it a salad. Call it a dip. Call it a filling. Call it a topping…. Call it what you will, but I call it AWESOME.
Good news for those with special diets! This is grain free, gluten free, soy free, dairy free, sugar free, egg free, nut free… But did I mention that it tastes AWESOME?!? (After dinner, I was literally using my finger to scoop the scraps from the sides of the food processor. It’s THAT good.) Continue reading