Full Belly Sisters: October 2015

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Frankenstein Crispy Treats (with a Secret Superfood Ingredient!)

 
Okay, I'm officially that mom who puts kale in her kid's dessert. I'm not exactly this mom:


But if I can make my son's treats a bit healthier, I'm totally going to do that. Because, yeah, I'm that mom.

So, when I went to this fun National Kale Day event and got to sample fujiKale, I was all over it. What a simple way to add some nutrition—as well as natural color—to a fun Halloween treat! Luckily, I got to take some fujiKale home so I could whip up treats to share with you all.


fujiKale is 100% kale organically-grown in Japan, free of chemical pesticides and fertilizers. It is USDA Certified Organic
and provides vitamins A, B, C, K and calcium. It's a powder with one ingredient: kale. Much better than adding artificial green food coloring to these adorable Frankenstein treats, right? You can order it right through their site.


Ingredients
(slightly adapted from a fujiKale recipe)
makes about 24 Frankenstein treats
  • 6 cups crispy rice cereal 
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 2 Tablespoons fujiKale
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 10-ounce package mini marshmallows
  • about 4 ounces dark chocolate
  • 1 package small candy eyeballs
  • butter for greasing pan

Some notes about my ingredients: (1) I used a rice cereal with no artificial colors or preservatives. (2) I couldn't find candy eyeballs without artificial colors, so these are the one ingredient here that is not naturally-colored; maybe next time I'd do an inverted white chocolate chip and just put a dot of dark chocolate for the pupil. (3) The original recipe calls for chocolate candy melts, but I never use them because they're full of partially hydrogenated oils. So, I dipped my treats in the Divine 70% Dark Chocolate that I received for my #Choctoberfest recipes. The bonus is that dark chocolate—like the kale powder—adds actual nutrition to this dessert! See? I really am that mom.

Grease a jelly roll pan or large cookie sheet with butter (or you can use a cooking spray). Line two additional sheets with parchment paper.

In a large pot, melt butter over low heat, then add marshmallows and stir until fully melted. Remove from the heat. Add in the vanilla and fujiKale and stir until smooth; quickly add the cereal and stir until it is fully coated in the marshmallow mixture.

Press the cereal mixture into the greased pan; you can use a buttered spatula or, as I do, take one of the sheets of parchment, place it over the cereal, and just press with your hands. Let it cool. Once cooled, cut the crispy treats into small rectangles about 2" wide by 3" long.

Melt the dark chocolate in the microwave or double boiler until smooth and glossy. Dip the top of each rectangle into the chocolate (this is Frankenstein's hair) and then place onto a parchment-covered pan. 


Then pipe the melted chocolate to create Frankenstein's face: I just used a little baggie and cut a tiny hole at the tip, then piped two dots for his eyes and a jagged chocolate mouth. Stick two candy eyes on each chocolate dot. Chill the treats in the refrigerator until the chocolate has hardened.

These were a crazy, huge hit with my son and his buddy. They just thought it was SO COOL.


Every night at bedtime, my son says one thing that he appreciated about the day. Tonight he said, "I appreciate that you made me those really yummy Frankensteins." I love being that mom to this son. Happy Halloween, friends!




If you try this recipe let me know what you think! Leave a comment on this post—and don’t forget to take a picture and share it on my Facebook page or tag it #fullbellysisters on Instagram!
 


Check out some of our other healthier versions of Halloween treats:

Candy Corn Popsicles





 

Halloween Chocolate Bark Bites with Apricots and Pumpkin Seeds




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Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Buffalo Cauliflower Sliders w. Yogurt Gorgonzola Dressing

This fall has been kicking my butt. I just can't seem to get out from under everything I need to do. There's the daily stuff: making sure my son is clean, clothed, fed; making sure I'm clean, clothed, fed; getting my house presentable (if not totally spick-and-span). Then there's the blog deadlines, the special events, the recipe swaps, the PTA politics. And then there's the big, long-term, life-altering stuff...in this case, my father's Parkinson's and all the big, terrifying life changes that come with a debilitating disease. So many of us are in this "sandwich generation," and sometimes it's really a hard place to be.

But time marches on and we tackle each day as it comes and we do our best to keep up. Sometimes my best isn't quite good enough. Lately I'm feeling like I'm not doing a good job with ANYTHING and I'm just scrambling to keep up. This post, in celebration of October is Tailgating Month with Life Currents, was supposed to happen in the beginning of the month. And then it was supposed to happen last week. But the recipe I wanted to feature just wasn't working. It was good but it wasn't great. I actually thought of posting it, anyway. Just because I'm tired and, you know, kind of feeling like everything is a mess right now.

But I didn't. I created a new recipe—and it's really, really good. Good enough to share with you, good enough to celebrate with Life Currents (who's having an awesome giveaway now that you should totally enter!).




These Buffalo Cauliflower Sliders were inspired by one of our most popular recipes ever, our Buffalo Cauliflower Bites. These sliders are just as tasty but more portable, so you can pack them up and take 'em to a game. Perfect for Life Currents' tailgating celebration! Because it is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I wanted to feature cauliflower; there have been some links found between increased cruciferous veggie intake and a decreased risk of cancer.
 
Ingredients
makes 6 to 8 sliders
  • 1 small head cauliflower, cut into bite-sized florets
  • a couple teaspoons of olive oil
  • 1/3 cup Buffalo Sauce
  • slider buns
  • 1 carrot, julienned (I use a Julienne Peeler)
  • 1 stalk celery, julienned
  • 1 scallion, chopped 
  • Yogurt Gorgonzola Dressing
  • additional crumbled Gorgonzola cheese

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Toss the cauliflower florets with some olive oil and spread on a parchment-covered baking sheet. Roast the cauliflower for about 30 minutes, flipping the veggies halfway through cooking.

In the meantime, warm the Buffalo sauce in a saucepan.

Once the cauliflower is done roasting, toss it in the Buffalo sauce until the cauliflower is fully coated. Then assemble the sandwiches:

  • open up your slider buns;
  • put a heaping teaspoon of my protein-packed Yogurt Gorgonzola Dressing on the inside of the bun. (If you haven't tried this dressing, you've been missing out! It's #madewithchobani, packed with protein, and so yummy!);
  • top with the buffalo cauliflower, some julienned carrots and celery, Gorgonzola crumbles, and chopped scallions



This is a sloppy sandwich. I mean, you could use less of everything. Less saucy, roasted cauliflower; less creamy, gooey Gorgonzola dressing. But why would you? This is comfort food. It should be dripping onto your fingers and you should be licking those fingers clean.



Life is messy. So is comfort food. And it's exactly what I need right now. How about you? For more awesome tailgating goodies, check out Life Currents' Caprese Dip, Pink Pop Tarts, Easy Baked Pizza Wraps, and lots more!


UPDATE: Blondes Eat Clean posted an awesome review of this recipe!
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Sunday, October 11, 2015

Chocolate Caramel Sea Salt Smoothie


Sometimes all you want is chocolate. Nothing else will do. Or is that just me? The good news is that there are nutritious ways to indulge a chocolate craving. So, let's continue to celebrate #Choctoberfest with a delicious chocolate smoothie. It's packed with antioxidants, calcium, potassium, and over 20 grams of protein. And no refined sugar!

How can I possibly make a caramel smoothie with no refined sugar? My secret, superfood ingredient: pitted dates. These guys add a wonderful caramel flavor and sweetness, as well as fiber, antioxidants, and minerals.



I added another nutrition boost with a scoop of Barlean's Chocolate Silk Greens, a mix of cocoa and powdered superfoods like spirulina, strawberries, and goji berries. It's a delicious addition to my chocolate smoothies (and would be a great way to add some goodness to your kids' hot cocoa or chocolate milk!).


Barlean's is one of the sponsors of Choctoberfest, so they provided me with the wonderful greens mix; I also used Divine Chocolate Cocoa Powder in this smoothie, as well as their chopped dark chocolate bar for garnish. Divine is another generous sponsor of our chocolate celebration this month.



Ingredients
  • 2/3 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2/3 cup milk
  • 5 to 6 small pitted dates
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 1 to 2 Tablespoons cocoa
  • 1 scoop Barlean's Chocolate Silk Greens
  • 1 Tablespoon peanut butter
  • pinch of sea salt
  • handful of ice
  • coarse sea salt, chocolate syrup, and/or chopped dark chocolate to garnish (optional)

Blend everything in a high-powered blender until smooth and frothy. If desired, garnish with some chopped dark chocolate and a good pinch of coarse sea salt, as well as a drizzle of chocolate syrup.

Whether you're starting your day with this smoothie for breakfast or ending your day with this smoothie for dessert, enjoy it! Sometimes it feels great to indulge a craving.



And don't forget to check out our other Choctoberfest featured recipe: our 10-minute Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Truffles. Packed with nutrition and deliciousness!

  


What's your favorite way to indulge a chocolate craving?

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Friday, October 9, 2015

Slow Cooker Taco Stew



My blogger buddy—Michaela, from the wonderful An Affair from the Heart—had this really fun idea: Freaky Friday! On this special day, 15 bloggers do a recipe swap: we are each assigned someone else's blog and we select a recipe to try and then share. It's all a big secret who is assigned to which blog. Until now! Drum roll, please, for the big reveal...


I was lucky enough to be assigned to Who Needs a Cape? This blog is special because it is run by a group of moms. And "Not Your Average Super Moms," either. These Super Moms all met online a few years, during their respective pregnancies; they've since become great friends, although some of them haven't even met in real life yet. Bevin, Heather, Lori, Rebecca, and Sherry all pitch in with the creation of blog posts, so readers get a fantastic variety of great ideas.

Who Needs a Cape? is full of yummy snacks, simple family meals, and delicious desserts. There were lots of recipes that were calling my name: the Triple Berry Quinoa looked like a wonderful, easy weekday breakfast. This Mango Salsa Pulled Pork is just the right balance of sweet and savory. And at some point I'm totally going to tackle their 40 Meals in 4 Hours Crockpot Freezer Meals (their #1 post of all time!).

But then...I spotted Heather's Slow Cooker Taco Stew. Now, my husband is positively obsessed with tacos. And a bowl of stew is probably his favorite cool-weather meal. So tacos and stew together? In one mind-blowing meal?! I knew I had to make this for him. 


  Ingredients
  • 1 pound stew meat
  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1 to 2 cups chopped celery
  • 1 can diced tomatoes
  • 1 package taco seasoning (or try a homemade blend!)
  • 2-3 Tablespoons chopped cilantro
  • diced avocado and chopped scallions, for garnish

Just place everything in the slow cooker and cook on low for six hours. THAT'S IT. So easy, right? And super yummy, too.

NOTE: I made a few minor adjustments. I used less celery and more onion, and I substituted a jar of salsa for the can of tomatoes.  Just little tweaks to make the meal an even better fit for my family's taste buds. I'm sure this would also be great with some chopped bell peppers, or maybe a jalapeno for some heat. 


Instead of topping it with cilantro (I'm one of those people who are genetically predisposed to hate the stuff), I topped my bowl of stew with diced avocado and chopped scallions. They were the perfect, fresh accompaniments to the tender, tasty, hot stew.

And, of course, my husband loved it. "This is definitely going into the dinner rotation," he proclaimed.

Check out all the fantastic bloggers participating in this #FreakyFriday event: A Dish Of Daily Life || A Kitchen Hoor’s Adventures || An Affair from the Heart || Aunt Bee’s Recipes || Belle of the Kitchen || Cooking on a Budget || Full Belly Sisters || Honey and Birch || LeMoine Family Kitchen || Pic-Nic || The Flavor Bender || The Foodie Affair || The Magical Slow Cooker || Who Needs A Cape || Wildflour’s Cottage Kitchen



Thursday, October 8, 2015

Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Truffles



It's #Choctoberfest, people! Woooo-hoooo!!!! We're celebrating with an amazing chocolate-packed giveaway (contest is open through October 11, 2015) and some fantastic new recipes. Like these Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Truffles.

Yeah, man, you heard me right.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Truffles. A super healthful, nutty energy bite covered in beautiful dark chocolate or cocoa. These gorgeous truffles feel indulgent—but they're packed with nutrient-dense ingredients to give you a wholesome boost of energy. And they take less than 10 minutes to make. Easy, delicious, and nutritious. Boom.


Just Hemp and Divine Chocolate are sponsors of Choctoberfest so I got lots of goodies from them. I'm happy to include Just Hemp's Hulled Hemp Seeds and Divine Chocolate's Fair Trade cocoa and 70% dark chocolate bar in this recipe. 

Ingredients
Makes about 12 one-inch truffles
  • 1/2 cup natural peanut butter (you can substitute other nut, seed, or no-nut butter)
  • 3 Tablespoons honey
  • 1/3 cup almond flour
  • 3 Tablespoons total of flaxseed meal, hulled hemp seeds, and/or chia seeds (or any combination of them—I used 1 Tablespoon of each)
  • a good pinch of salt 
for chocolate covering
  • 1 to 2 teaspoons cocoa 
  • about 1 ounce dark chocolate

TIP: Spray the inside of your measuring cup with oil before measuring your peanut butter—the oil with help the peanut butter to slide right out of the cup!


Mix the peanut butter, honey, seeds, and salt in a medium bowl. Stir until blended. Add the almond meal and stir until fully combined. It should feel like a very firm dough. If it seems too wet or sticky, add some more almond flour; if it seems too dry, add a bit more honey or nut butter.

Place in the fridge for a few minutes; it's easier to roll into balls when chilled.

While the "dough" is chilling, prepare your chocolate coating. If you want cocoa-dusted truffles, spoon some cocoa onto a dish. If you want to dip or drizzle your truffles, break or chop the dark chocolate into small pieces in a small bowl. Microwave in 30-second increments—stirring after each 30 seconds—until the chocolate is melted, smooth, and glossy.

Remove the peanut butter mixture from the refrigerator. Scoop heaping tablespoons into your hands and form into one-inch balls. Place them on a plate covered in wax paper. 



I made my chocolate truffles three ways, so my dozen had some variety. Or you can just choose one preparation. They're all easy! 

Cocoa-dusted: Roll the truffles in the cocoa, pressing gently until the balls are fully coated.

Chocolate-drizzled: Using a teaspoon, drizzle the melted dark chocolate over the protein truffles. Place in the freezer or refrigerator to firm up.

Chocolate-dipped: Slide the edge of a fork under the ball, lift it, then drop it into the melted dark chocolate. Push it around gently, ensuring the whole ball is covered in chocolate. Then pick up the ball again, balanced on the end of the fork. Slide the bottom of the fork against the edge of the bowl to clean off any excess chocolate. Tilt the fork over your wax paper-covered plate so that the ball rolls off the fork. (Here's a video of this process, for you visual learners out there.) While the chocolate is still wet, add a sprinkle of almond flour on top for a little decoration. Then place in the freezer or refrigerator for the chocolate to harden.
 


The cocoa-dusted ones do eventually soak up some of the moisture from the peanut butter balls. You can re-roll them or just, you know, eat 'em faster.

That's it. They look pretty fancy, right? Yet they take less than 10 minutes to make! Kids love to help make these—and then gobble them up. And, even though they look like dessert, these truffles are nutrition-packed (providing protein, omega-3s, and antioxidants) and can legitimately be enjoyed for breakfast or as a post-workout snack. If you're a fan of protein powder, feel free to add some of that in place of some of the almond flour. These delicious little guys are super versatile!

Place the truffles in an airtight container and store in the fridge or in the freezer. Grab and go when you need a quick bite or a healthy energy boost!


Which one would you choose: cocoa-dusted, chocolate-drizzled, or chocolate-dipped?





Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Brain-Boosting School Lunch #PureLifeRippleEffect

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As a mom and a certified health coach, I know the importance of hydration—especially for school-aged kids. Our brains' neurons (which drive thinking and learning) need good fats, protein, complex carbohydrates, micronutrients, and water. If we expect our kids to do their best in school, we must provide them with the proper fuel for their growing bodies and brains!

But what’s the best way to do that? Well, according to a survey conducted by Nestlé® Pure Life®*, a majority (57%) of kids say they prefer a homemade lunch over a school-bought lunch. This preference for packed lunches offers moms a fantastic opportunity: packing a bottle of water and a healthy, hydrating lunch can help increase our kids’ water intake each day.

So, how do I fuel my seven-year-old son’s school day? With a Brain-Boosting School Lunch full of kid-friendly foods and water to feed those neurons!


My son is a grazer and loves to munch different finger foods. It’s actually a great way to get a variety of nutrients into one meal. In this lunchbox, I’ve got some tuna salad with cucumber slices for scooping; red ants on a log: celery sticks with nut butter and dried cranberries (it’s my take on the classic with raisins); a hard-boiled egg; grape tomatoes; and some dried blueberries. And, of course, lunch always includes a bottle of water.

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This Brain-Boosting School Lunch provides a variety of colors and textures, lots of protein and omega-3 fats, and plenty of hydration. It nourishes my son’s body and his brain.


Is your child more of a sandwich lover? That’s great, too. My son loves when I pack him an AB&J (almond butter and jam). But instead of potato chips or a sugary granola bar to go with it, just pack some hydrating fruits or veggies on the side. Carrots, cucumbers, grapes, and apples are all simple to prep and pack and most kids love them. Toss in a Nestlé® Pure Life® Water—they’ve got fun labels that my son thinks are super cool—and you’re good to go.


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My son also brings a morning snack to eat in his classroom, a couple hours before lunchtime.  I always include hydrating fruits or veggies, some protein, and definitely water! Here’s one of my son’s favorite packed snacks: red grapes and snap pea crisps.


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I also pack extra water in his backpack, so he has a drink ready after recess or when we stay after school to play in the playground.


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This means I’ve got three opportunities to pack water for my son each day. And all those bottles—in his morning snack, in his lunchbox, and in his backpack—act as reminders. Even when I’m not with my son, he’s getting my message: “Don’t forget to drink your water!” Reminders are a crucial part of building healthy hydration habits. But it turns out that only about half of moms (52%) surveyed by Nestlé® Pure Life® said they regularly remind their child to drink water.

Of course, one of the best ways to remind your kids to drink water is to lead by example. Every time you grab a drink of water, offer one to your kids, too. As registered dietician and hydration expert Robin Plotkin notes: soon, it will be the kids asking the parents to join them for a water break!


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I got my 12-pack of Nestlé® Pure Life® Water Juniors at Walmart; you can find it in the bottled water aisle (of course!).


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In fact, Nestlé® Pure Life® is committed to helping all families make healthier choices, starting with hydration—that’s why they proudly support the Partnership for a Healthier America's Drink Up initiative.

We know that establishing healthy habits in early childhood has lifelong benefits. We call this The Ripple Effect. At PureLifeRippleEffect.com, moms can share tips and tricks that they use to teach their kids about the importance of staying healthy and hydrated. With this movement, moms will be empowered to send their kids off to school each day fueled and hydrated.

To ignite The Ripple Effect movement and encourage kids to get the water they need throughout their day, Nestlé® Pure Life® is providing water to kids this school year through After-School All-Stars, an organization that strives to keep children safe and healthy through after-school programming. Nestlé® Pure Life® has committed to provide nearly one million 8 ounce servings of water to kids this school year at over 20 participating schools in select markets across the country through After-School All-Stars.

Do you want to become a part of the Ripple Effect? Visit PureLifeRippleEffect.com and share your tips for healthy hydration using the hashtag #pureliferippleeffect.

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For more great tips, follow Nestlé® Pure Life® on Facebook!

I've shared some of my ideas on how we use Nestlé® Pure Life® Water to create a delicious—and hydrating—back-to-school lunch. What is your favorite way make it part of your family’s routine?


* © 2015 Nestlé® Waters North America Inc. Online survey was conducted in June 2015 of 1,077 moms of kids ages 6-12 overall, including 254 Hispanic moms of kids ages 6-12. 1,077 kids ages 6-12 from the same household were also surveyed, including 254 Hispanic kids ages 6-12.


NOTE: A lot of people have been emailing me about the lunchbox in this post. It's an awesome PlanetBox and you can buy one here!

Monday, October 5, 2015

#Choctoberfest 2015 Giveaway

Check out FBS' "Pump Up Your Milk" Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffin recipe!

I am beyond excited today, because it is October 5.... and that means it is the first day of #Choctoberfest!

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#Choctoberfest is a virtual event put together by The PinterTest Kitchen. Bloggers from around the world will be posting their favorite chocolate recipes, and you'll get a chance to win some awesome prizes. What's not to love? Here's what this event is all about! #Choctoberfest would not be possible without our sponsors, starting with our 2015 Gold Sponsor, Imperial Sugar. Imperial Sugar has been a trusted name in family kitchens since 1843. Their sugar products and sweeteners are made from non-GMO cane sugar and ensure consistently delicious results. We'll be using Imperial Sugar whenever we use sugar in our recipes this week, and can't wait to share the sweetness with you! You can find Imperial Sugar on Pinterest, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and more. Make sure you visit the recipes section of their website for some sweet inspiration, and you can also find coupons on their website if you want to try out Imperial Sugar yourself. Imperial Sugar and our other sponsors have banded together to contribute some awesome prizes for our #Choctoberfest giveaway! Entering is simple - just click below to follow us on Pinterest. Here's what you could win:
We also have a nonprofit sponsor this year - Rescue Chocolate! They make vegan chocolate treats and donate 100% of their proceeds to animal shelters.

Enter now to win the #Choctoberfest prize. Hurry, because we're picking the winner on October 12 at 8:00 AM, so if you don't sign up before then, you'll miss your chance! a Rafflecopter giveaway
 

A huge thank you to all of the other blogs participating in #Choctoberfest 2015. Check out their blogs throughout the week for chocolate recipes you won't be able to resist: The PinterTest Kitchen2 Cookin' MamasA Day in the Life on the FarmAloha FlavorAmy's Cooking AdventuresAngels HomesteadBalancing MotherhoodBless this MessBusy-at-HomeChocolate SlopesCoconut & LimeColie's KitchenCookaholic WifeCooking In StilettosCooking With LibbyCookistryCopyKat RecipesCravings of a LunaticCrumbs in my MustachioCulinary CoutureCupcakes Take The CakeDeliciously SavvyEat It & Say YumFairyburgerFamished Fish, Finicky SharkFarm Fresh FeastsFood Hunter's Guide to CuisineFull Belly SistersGet Off The Couch and CookGrumpy's HoneybunchHey What's for Dinner Mom?Honey and BirchI Can Cook ThatJane's Adventures in DinnerJessie WeaverLife on Food Life, Love, and Good FoodMajorly DeliciousMoore or Less Cooking Food BlogMother Would KnowOr Whatever You DoPoet in the PantryRecipes Food and CookingRhubarb and HoneySassy Southern YankeeSavory TartSeduction in The KitchenSerena LissySumptuous SpoonfulsTake Two TapasThat Skinny Chick Can BakeThatsSoYummyThe Chonchudo FilesThe Crumby CupcakeThe Dinner-MomThe Saucy SouthernerThe Spiced LifeThe Spiffy CookieThe Two Bite ClubThe Weekday GourmetVintage KittyWendy PolisiWhat A Girl EatsWhitBit's Indian KitchenWit Wisdom & FoodZesty South Indian Kitchen
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Full Belly Sisters will be sharing some great new recipes this week to celebrate #Choctoberfest. In the meantime, check out some of our favorite chocolate recipes!

Chocolate Avocado Pudding





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