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Thread: Looking for Primal Dessert Recipes

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    Looking for Primal Dessert Recipes

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    Alright, so I love sweets...

    Anybody got any good primal dessert recipes?

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    Sacramento, California
    Chocolate avocado coconut mousse. It does not taste like avocado.
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    Ha! The chocolate avocado mousse was totally what I was going to suggest!

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    I am still trying to figure out the difference between primal and paleo so I hope these fall into the right category.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3monic View Post
    I am still trying to figure out the difference between primal and paleo so I hope these fall into the right category.
    I will accept desserts from either category.

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    Recipe index The primal recipe archive

    I particularly like the chocolate truffles from this site, I do add some chopped nuts sometimes to them too. Super easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by belinda View Post
    Paging Dr. Bork Bork. Stat!
    LOL. My first response:

    that being said, you should know that's really hypocritical of me, but it's the best answer I can give you.

    my creativity often drives me into the kitchen instead of working on novels like I should be. Consequently, it often drives my weight up too. When it comes to dessert, I often turn into Remy from Pixar's Ratatouille. (all the combinations in the world coming together in infinite possibilites and... *hyperventilates excitedly*)

    check out dessert stalker, google, and the recipe forum here. If you're in the mood for it, and you honestly want to damage yourself, you'll find a recipe and a way to do it.

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    Go to - they have an amazing, disgustingly good range of desserts / sweet stuff!

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    Love these with a pat of butter or fresh cream:-) And they're super easy to make.

    *Super Nut Muffins*


    3 cups nuts (mix of macadamia, brazil, walnuts, almonds & pecan nuts, or whatever you prefer)
    .5 cup Pumpkin Seeds
    1 cup pitted dates (about 12-15)You can also use dried mango or pineapple
    .5 cups dried cranberries
    Juice from one Lemon
    1-2 tbsp lemon zest
    .5 cup coconut flakes (I like the bigger flakes; unsweetened)
    1-2 tbsp ginger (chopped or grated; depending on how you like)
    1/3 cup almond flour
    2 eggs
    1/8 tsp baking soda
    1/8 tsp baking powder
    1/4 cup molasses (optional: substitiute with almond butter)
    1 tsp vanilla
    1 tsp ground cinnamon
    1 tsp ground nutmeg
    Dark Chocolate Chips(optional, but I love em)

    Preheat oven to 325 F. Grease muffin pan (Coconut oil preferred).
    Mix nuts & dates together in food processor. Chop together until the nuts
    and dates are chopped up but not too finely chopped; enough to break up the
    nuts and dates.
    In a different bowl, pour nut and date mixture, then add all other
    ingredients. Mix well and scoop into muffin trays (these will not rise).
    Bake until the tops are golden brown (about 25 minutes) and let cool.
    Eat and enjoy!! Makes about 10 nut muffins.

    **These muffins are great snacks & breakfast alternatives for kids and
    teachers alike. They are full of nuts (good, healthy fats) and
    deliciousness to sustain energy for longer periods of time, so kids (and
    teachers) don't have drastic energy drops (sugar crashes) throughout the
    day. These treats are also gluten free, grain free, & dairy free. You can use more or less
    molasses (to taste), without any, they should still be sweet because of the
    dates.* If you reduce the amount of molasses add almond butter to help keep the muffins from crumbling.

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