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Ingredients:

• 1 cup Lily's Chocolate Chips
• 1 tsp coconut oil
• 1/4 cup slivered almonds, chopped up
• 1/2 cup unsweetened coconut
• Several drops of EZ-Sweetz

Directions:

1. Add chocolate chips and coconut oil to microwave bowl
2. Microwave in 20-second bursts, stirring in between, until liquid
3. Mix in other ingredients
4. Spoon onto a silicone mat or onto parchment paper
5. Allow to cool

I refrigerated them to cool them off. They became very hard and tough to take a bite of. But when brought back to room temperature, they were easy to bite off pieces, but were a little gooey and sticky on the bottom. They melt easily in the hand.

Yes. I know what they look like. :)
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A recent recipe on Facebook used chocolate chips melted with coconut oil to coat strawberries marinated in vodka.

I think you put them on waxed paper or parchment paper and then refrigerate to harden.

Sounded very low carb and very tasty.
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A recent recipe on Facebook used chocolate chips melted with coconut oil to coat strawberries marinated in vodka.

I think you put them on waxed paper or parchment paper and then refrigerate to harden.


When melted with the microwave (took less than a minute), it was a very nice chocolate sauce.

I could see dipping strawberries (or almonds) into it. I will probably use it as an icing on the chocolate cupcakes I make (https://imgur.com/TPvukOc). Hopefully better than the NutiLight spreads I currently use.
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Today's batch used pumpkin seeds instead of slivered almonds and was flattened out to be a bark, so Chocolate Pumpkin Seed Bark:

https://imgur.com/ZCvpXh7
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