Don’t Click Unless You’re Ready to Find Your Favorite Summertime Sweet Treat
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We’re at it again, wondering about what your favorite things are. Last month we sent an email asking about your favorite smoothie and we got a really great recipe to share with our whole community. This month we’re jazzed about the summertime, so we asked our whole email list to share their favorite summertime recipe.
We got hundreds of amazing responses but this one was our favorite. It’s healthy, simple, and delicious—plus it’s a dessert, which you know we totally dig.
This recipe comes from Shawn, who lives in the blazing hot Louisiana, so you know it’s a great summertime dish.
This is my favorite summer recipe. Whether we make banana pops, chocolate covered strawberries on a stick, over homemade ice cream, yum.
1/4 c. Coconut Oil
1/4 c. Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
1T. Raw Local Honey
Dash Vanilla Extract
You can add dried fruit, nuts, cocoa nibs, and seeds to make chocolate bark.
Mix, well. May need to warm very slightly. Dip or smear on fruit or pour over homemade ice cream. This does have to remain in fridge till eaten. (I use organic ingredients, raw, and unrefined when possible.)