Ok kiddies!!!!!!!!! Fall is coming…..which screams PALEO CHALLENGE! Woohoo!! Who doesn’t want to look better, feel better & perform better?!? I’m all about healing yourself from the inside out, with food!! So, with that being said, what is 8 weeks of clean paleo eating to achieve these optimal results?? EASY! Sign up before September 15 (which is like 2 days!!) & improve yourself, set some goals, achieve them, clean up your eating routine & be an overall better version of yourself! Paleo will do that for you. My promise through this challenge is to devote my website to 8 WEEKS OF LURONG PALEO CHALLENGE APPROVED RECIPES!! I want to support every challenger & hopefully make breakfast, lunch, dinner & snack ideas a little bit easier!
8 weeks out of your life is no time at all! Let’s make a change! Good luck everyone! ❤
Sign up for the Lurong Paleo Challenge 2014 @ https://www.lurongliving.com/challenge/
With all that being said, I thought it was only fitting to share a decadent chocolate treat recipe as a last HOOOOORAAAH! =) You will not be disappointed!
Paleo Chocolate Almond Fudge:
1/2 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup coconut butter
1 cup coconut milk
2 cups dark chocolate (70% or higher is better!)
1 tbsp almond extract
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp sea salt (& more to top with, if desired!)
1/2-3/4 cup chopped almonds (or other nut of your choice!)
In a medium size pot, add your oil, butter & milk. Heat over medium heat until hot and bubbling, stirring often. While that is heating, add your chocolate to a medium size bowl. When your wet mixture is hot, pour over the chocolate & use a spoon or scraper to gently mix until chocolate is completely melted. Do not over mix or your chocolate may get grainy. Then add in the extracts, salt & nuts. Gently stir to combine. Line an 8×8 glass baking dish with plastic wrap. (Have it come up over the edges as well.) Put in the freezer for about 45-60 minutes, until cold & solidified! Remove chocolate block by picking up each side of the plastic wrap, & gently transferring to a cutting board. Cut into small squares & enjoy! These are very rich & decadent, so a little square (or 2 ) should be enough! Store them in the freezer, they are yummy that way!
HAPPY CHALLENGE SEASON! ❤