I few years ago I started making these “homemade chocolate cups” which was just a mix of coconut oil and cocoa and some sweetener. We loved them. They melted in your mouth, they were super fun and chocolatey and really took care of that nightly sweet tooth that encourages me to eat ALL the things.
Ok guys. I’ve been thinking a lot about Easter brunch, and well, brunches in general. I began thinking about all the traditional brunch food and something that could be a fun surprise on the brunch table. And let me tell you.
I made this delicata squash crusted with parm a few weeks ago and I couldn’t get it out of my mind. Lately I’ve been on a serious snack kick. I’ve been wanting all the crunchy salty, garlicky things.
I gotta be real. As much as I love #toasttuesday, I struggle with the toast part. I’ve gotten creative with sweet potato toast, apple toasts, low carb wraps, store bought low carb breads, but always just chalked it to a morning that I’d indulge a bit. But I kept experimenting with homemade versions until I came up with this bad boy…
Let’s be real. Snacking chocolate was a thing before the whole “snacking chocolate” came about. I don’t know about you, but spoonfuls of a certain chocolate hazelnut spread and handfuls of chocolate chips were kind of a staple in my life growing up. Sometimes you just need a zing of that chocolate-y goodness am I right?