raw-paleo-chocolate-heartsGooey, rich sweet raw paleo chocolate fudge hearts.. Mmmhmm. It is Valentine’s Day and you still have plenty of time for this quick simple 15 minute recipe! These are a creation of mine and combine a few different paleo desert strategies you may have used. Make them for your loved ones and be a hero!
It will be best if you have a food processor but we can make a blender work as well. Just blend up all the dry ingredients, then the wet, mix, mold and enjoy. This recipe will make 6-9 brownies depending upon size. These are very rich and will make a perfect after dinner snack. Created with nutritious, raw, whole foods, you can feel good about indulging on these bites of chocolate love.
Eat these fresh, cold, and refrigerate in an airtight container what is not consumed.
Ingredients:
3/4 cup walnuts
1/2 cup coconut flour (can substitute with coconut flakes)
1 cup pitted dates
1/3 cup raw cacao powder
1 raw egg yolk (free range hen)
liquid vanilla stevia to taste
pinch sea salt

Instructions:
1. Blend or process walnuts, coconut flakes (or coconut flour) and salt into powder. Some chunks remaining is okay.
2. Add the dates, cacao, stevia, a small splash of water and egg yolk and continue to blend until you have a fudge batter.
3. Spatula the batter into a bowl and form pieces into hearts for your lover. Store in an airtight container and refrigerate.

If you are feeling adventurous on this Valentine’s Day, and have a bit of bovine colostrum – replace half of the coconut flour with colostrum powder.  It is one of the greatest superfoods….:)

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Brussel Sprouts And Bacon Medley From The Paleo Recipe Book

Here’s a preview from the Paleo Recipe Book – a fast, easy and tasty side dish of brussels and bacon. The brussel sprouts are out of season right now, so we had to use frozen sprouts. It is a super easy dish to make that goes great with a variety of seafood or steak dishes.

This is one of those side dishes that best eaten right out of the pan – this recipe makes enough sprouts for 4 people as a side dish.

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Paleo Blackened Wild Salmon & Tomato Bacon Salsa

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Paleo Candied Pecans!

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Here’s a great looking “sometimes paleo” recipe to splurge with during the holidays!  From the kitchen of Paleo Mama! Paleo Candied Pecans! Ingredients: 1 lb or roughly 4 cups of pecan halves 1 egg white 1 tbs water 2/3 cup honey 1/2 tsp sea salt 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 250. […]

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In the mood for a smoothie?

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Especially in summer, smoothies can really hit the spot!  Blend it. Drink it. Begin to see the improvement! You could get into a hotel and purchase a Strawberry Freeze thinking that you will be doing one of the best for your body. Numerous avenues add sugar, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), food color, MSG, along […]

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How To Cook Ox Tongue

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Beef tongue? As far as cuts of meat are concerned, ox tongue is thought by many individuals to be one of the more difficult organs to have a go at eating. There is a cognitive barrier surrounding the reality of it that prevents most of the population from considering it as an option for dinner. […]

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How to Cook Lobster Tails Like a Chef

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One of the best foods you can taste would be the lobster tail. Even though the dish appears to be tricky to put together but really it is rather simple to cook it. Generally there are two types of lobsters you can pick from, the red or the green lobster and both taste almost the […]

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Eggs -They’re Great Food

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Being a mother of three and self-proclaimed health-nut , I am always looking for a good, high-protein snack , I have found that eggs are something that appeals to nearly everyone and I tend to enjoy often! With so many recipes and ways to cook them , they rarely fall on that list of ‘things […]

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Everything You Need to Know On How to Cook Asparagus

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Lots of youngsters  really wish to master how to cook asparagus. Asparagus flavor scrumptious and it is easy to prepare. Asparagus recipes are ideal all year round and most of the time a person can get it at your local shopping store.Asparagus can be boiled; anyone can make steam asparagus, baked asparagus and even grilled […]

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Paleo Breakfast and Paleo Snacks – Mini Quiche

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Here is a great idea for a tasty paleo breakfast- Mini Quiche….  Great for those rushed mornings when there is not enough time to eat a proper paleo breakfast.   This recipe will make 12 Mini Quiche.    Make up a batch of these and you’ll be set for a few days.    I made mine with cupcake cups ala […]

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