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T[_8_] 11-12-2015 06:19 AM

Holiday Treats
 
Hi All,

Speaking of holiday treats, don't forget what the Primal/
ancestral diet crowd (yes, me) calls "Fat Bombs"!

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=primal+fat...ipe&ia=recipes

Hi Fat, Low Carb. Yum! (And they are pretty easy to make!)

-T

From the first hit above:

Each of these fat bombs contain:
1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat
Yippee!


http://primalperks.com/2013/10/11/fa...-to-make-them/

Fat bomb recipe:

Makes around 24 bombs

Ingredients:

185 grams coconut oil
50 grams nut butter (almond or macadamia)
4 to 6 teaspoons xylitol or equivalent sweetness using stevia
(sweeten to taste)
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
125 grams unsalted butter
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract/essence

Method:

Melt all ingredients together in a pot. I left the nut butter till
last to create a swirl effect.
Cool mixture slightly and pour into ice-cube trays or silicone moulds.
Put into freezer to set for a few hours.
Once set, pop them out of the mould and place in freezer bags or a
plastic container for a quick and easy snack.

Each of these fat bombs contain:

1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat

Note:

You can also make them a little more gourmet by adding a few other
ingredients such as coffee, dried coconut flakes, nuts, cocoa nibs etc.

Julie Bove[_2_] 16-12-2015 08:52 AM

Holiday Treats
 

"T" wrote in message ...
Hi All,

Speaking of holiday treats, don't forget what the Primal/
ancestral diet crowd (yes, me) calls "Fat Bombs"!

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=primal+fat...ipe&ia=recipes

Hi Fat, Low Carb. Yum! (And they are pretty easy to make!)

-T

From the first hit above:

Each of these fat bombs contain:
1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat
Yippee!


http://primalperks.com/2013/10/11/fa...-to-make-them/

Fat bomb recipe:

Makes around 24 bombs

Ingredients:

185 grams coconut oil
50 grams nut butter (almond or macadamia)
4 to 6 teaspoons xylitol or equivalent sweetness using stevia (sweeten
to taste)
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
125 grams unsalted butter
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract/essence

Method:

Melt all ingredients together in a pot. I left the nut butter till
last to create a swirl effect.
Cool mixture slightly and pour into ice-cube trays or silicone moulds.
Put into freezer to set for a few hours.
Once set, pop them out of the mould and place in freezer bags or a
plastic container for a quick and easy snack.

Each of these fat bombs contain:

1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat

Note:

You can also make them a little more gourmet by adding a few other
ingredients such as coffee, dried coconut flakes, nuts, cocoa nibs etc.


Some of us can't digest fat very well.


T[_8_] 28-12-2015 10:29 PM

Holiday Treats
 
On 12/10/2015 10:19 PM, T wrote:
Hi All,

Speaking of holiday treats, don't forget what the Primal/
ancestral diet crowd (yes, me) calls "Fat Bombs"!

https://duckduckgo.com/?q=primal+fat...ipe&ia=recipes

Hi Fat, Low Carb. Yum! (And they are pretty easy to make!)

-T

From the first hit above:

Each of these fat bombs contain:
1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat
Yippee!


http://primalperks.com/2013/10/11/fa...-to-make-them/

Fat bomb recipe:

Makes around 24 bombs

Ingredients:

185 grams coconut oil
50 grams nut butter (almond or macadamia)
4 to 6 teaspoons xylitol or equivalent sweetness using stevia
(sweeten to taste)
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
125 grams unsalted butter
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon vanilla extract/essence

Method:

Melt all ingredients together in a pot. I left the nut butter till
last to create a swirl effect.
Cool mixture slightly and pour into ice-cube trays or silicone moulds.
Put into freezer to set for a few hours.
Once set, pop them out of the mould and place in freezer bags or a
plastic container for a quick and easy snack.

Each of these fat bombs contain:

1 gram of carbs
14 grams of fat

Note:

You can also make them a little more gourmet by adding a few other
ingredients such as coffee, dried coconut flakes, nuts, cocoa nibs etc.



I tried both the above. Hmmmmm. Don't waste your time.

T[_8_] 08-01-2016 10:41 PM

Holiday Treats
 
On 12/28/2015 02:29 PM, T wrote:

I tried both the above. Hmmmmm. Don't waste your time.


The crumbs leftover (it was mostly crumbs too) was
pretty good with cream and stevia. Don't waste your time.


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