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  • #16
    Dark chocolate. All the dark chocolate.

    I'll also mix cottage cheese with berries.

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    • #17
      Medjool dates stuffed with cream cheese and walnuts. To die for. When I'm really decadent I wrap them in bacon, bake them, brush them with maple syrup and bake some more. Mmmm.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Wildrose View Post
        Medjool dates stuffed with cream cheese and walnuts. To die for. When I'm really decadent I wrap them in bacon, bake them, brush them with maple syrup and bake some more. Mmmm.
        That sounds amazing!

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        • #19
          Nature's Jelly Beans and Nature's Mars bar... Grapes and a Banana!
          Washed down with some Cocoa....

          Watermelon... Because its said a good Fruit for sleep.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Alexis47 View Post
            Dark chocolate. All the dark chocolate.

            I'll also mix cottage cheese with berries.
            Everything you said I love. <3
            Dark chocolate and coffee, running through my veins...

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            • #21
              Oh yeah, peeled bananas, frozen, are the best popsicle on earth.

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              • #22
                Medjool dates puréed makes a great "caramel" substitute. Great "healthy" snickers with dark choco.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Mr. Anthony View Post
                  Oh yeah, peeled bananas, frozen, are the best popsicle on earth.

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                  Purée it and it is the best soft serve! Add some cacao nibs and it is choco chip ice cream.
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                  • #24
                    So many ideas already...

                    I'm quite stuck now at dried fruits and nuts... I'm going to need to find more things that I like because at the moment I eat not enough to sustain my body but I'm no fan of veggies to I consider all your ideas to try...
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                    • #25
                      I love making ice pops on hot days. Toss a can of coconut milk and a can of pineapple chunks in juice into a blender. Sometimes I add raw, local honey. Blend and pour into ice pop molds and 4 hours later, you have a refreshing treat. You can add any other fruit you want to change the flavor up.


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                      • #26
                        Not sweets in the traditional sense but I do enjoy high quality very rich full on fat desserts...much like the French I might add
                        Eating primal is not a diet, it is a way of life.
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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by MarielleGO View Post
                          I was wondering do you all eat these things? do they fit into your weight loss diet? and especially what do you eat for snack and candy?
                          Remember, not everyone who eats primal/paleo is trying to lose weight. So they can eat plenty of sweet treats. These recipes are "primal" because of the ingredients, but that does not mean they are beneficial for weight loss. A healthier cupcake is still a cupcake.

                          I eat very few snacks. When I snack I go for cheese, yogurt, pistachio nuts, fruit. (frozen blueberries are my candy).
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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Wildrose View Post
                            Medjool dates stuffed with cream cheese and walnuts. To die for. When I'm really decadent I wrap them in bacon, bake them, brush them with maple syrup and bake some more. Mmmm.
                            That sounds amazing ..

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                            • #29
                              My dessert is normally:

                              1 Banana
                              3 eggs
                              Cinnamon and nutmeg

                              When I blend it and put it in a pan I have some mixed frozen berries I throw in which melt during the cooking and then I top it with a can of coconut cream

                              I smash dark chocolate, 85% Lindt, always eat the whole block in a sitting about 2 - 4 times a week and don't get sugar highs or feel like crap

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                              • #30
                                I absolutely cannot buy those things. If they are tasty, which most are, I will eat them all. It's just a fact. One taste and that's it, I cannot moderate sugar. My brain wiring is such that sweet stuff pings that pleasure center and I'm helpless. I'd order small amounts but 1 they are expensive and 2 the shipping is really expensive no matter if you buy a 1oz snack or a 1lb snack.

                                Which brings up another thing, since when did "shipping and handling" get so expensive? I have shipped things and the shipping is no where near what they are charging, probably less than 20%. Now I know "handling" means box, tape, packing materials, time etc but come on. I've gotten great groupon or living social deals then I go to use them and the "S&H" makes the item more expensive that if I'd have just bought the item outright. Don't call it S&H if its not. Sorry, ranted there.

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