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    Wink Coconut flour chocolate spread/dip

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    Made this today, more like a thick mousse. Keeps for approx 5 days in the fridge.
    Contains dairy.

    half cup coconut flour
    quarter cup of cocoa powder or add more later if you want
    half cup melted coconut oil
    1 Tbs honey
    1 egg
    1 cup of milk

    Sift coconut flour and cocoa into a bowl.
    In a separate bowl have the melted coconut oil and tip in the above c.flour and cocoa and whisk well to incorporate.
    Add honey and milk (the mixture really thickens up now as the coconut flour starts to absorb the liquid) then mix in the egg.

    It does get fairly stiff/solid in the fridge but nice to eat off the spoon as a snack if you are hungry.

    Our eggs don't have salmonella so as long as you are okay eating them raw then try this.

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    could sub milk with coconut milk if you're not into dairy?

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    This sounds amazing! I love coconut flour so much!

    Shannon, I don't see why coconut milk would be a problem. I am now substituting all milk products with coconut milk.
    Insert whitty diet remark here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonBanz View Post
    This sounds amazing! I love coconut flour so much!

    Shannon, I don't see why coconut milk would be a problem. I am now substituting all milk products with coconut milk.
    good choice. as you'll see in other posts i am PRO coconut!! i might also use carob pwdr instead of cocoa. sounds yummy though;-)

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    It sounds like a flourless chocolate cake batter made with coconut flour just before it goes in the oven. Sounds delicious!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pantrybites View Post
    It sounds like a flourless chocolate cake batter made with coconut flour just before it goes in the oven. Sounds delicious!
    Welp guess I am going to try baking the batch I made last night just to see what happens now.

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    How did it turn out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rivvin View Post
    Welp guess I am going to try baking the batch I made last night just to see what happens now.
    I'd be keen to hear about how it turned out.

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