Claire's Famous Chocolates!
Funny Story about these babies: I once had a couple of friends of mine try these chocolates that I make fairly regularly, and they told me that they were so good that if I wanted to make a man fall in love with me, all I'd have to do is feed him one of these! .... I have to admit, I tried that tactic soon after that visit with those friends, and needless to say... it didn't work! Ha! 😂😁👍
So unfortunately I can't say that these chocolate will find you true love! 😂 But I can say that they are delicious, healthy, and something that my family almost always has in our fridge to snack on. Not only that, but they only take five ingredients and they're super quick and easy to make large batches all at once!
There is one thing that I LOVE that was incredibly difficult for me to give up when I went on a diet to manage my Lyme disease, and that one thing is chocolate! I wouldn't call myself a "chocoholic" anymore, but I am still a lover of chocolate and the good news is that these chocolates are paleo, vegan, and refined sugar-free friendly! They're packed with healthy fats and they always satisfy your sweet tooth! This particular recipe is also fun to play with. The ones in the pictures are just plain chocolate, but you can spice these babies up with whatever whole food you may be craving. I usually top mine with coconut and almonds, but you could also flavor these with peppermint oil, or raspberry filling made with coconut butter. Whatever you enjoy, I encourage you to be creative and as always, bake with love! ❤😊
Claire's Famous Chocolates!
1/2 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup organic, high quality cocoa powder
1/2 cup smooth almond butter
1/2 cup raw honey or organic maple syrup (I usually prefer honey)
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Your recipe calls for 1/2 smooth almond butter but I don't know the measurement. Is it 1/2 cup or 1/2 tablespoon or what? I'd like to try the recipe. It looks like good chocolate. Thank you, Judy Mather
Hello Judy! Thank you for catching that typo! It is 1/2 cup. I also fixed that on the actual recipe now too. Sorry about that. Thanks for asking! Let me know how they turn out! :)
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