I am in love. Ok, first with my God, second with my husband, third with my kids, but fourth? Fourth with these lovely chocolates. 🙂 Have I mentioned that I love chocolate? And that we went 9 months or so on GAPS with NO chocolate because we thought we couldn’t have it on the diet? Yes, let me tell you, it was torture. 😉 Well, this is just what I needed to make up for those months of torture…
I was super excited to accidently come up with this recipe. I came up with another coconut flour brownie recipe last week, and then “messed up” on it this weekend right before having guests over, and was amazed at my mistake. They were SO good! 🙂 If you know me, you know I love me some chocolate, so this is going to become a staple in my home (you know, on the weekly list, like: Make butter, make yogurt, make granola, soak seeds, make brownies). Yup. I love them THAT much. 🙂
Today is “baking day” at my home. When we started GAPS a year ago, I’m sure I probably thought that a “baking day” would be non-existent in the future. What can you possibly bake on a grain-free, sugar-free, starch-free diet? Well, let me share what I’ll be baking!
We got 20 eggs today (WOO HOO!), so I figured I had enough to bake a CAKE! 🙂
This is yummy, but if you’re a chocoholic, stay tuned for when I perfect the flourless chocolate cake I’m working on (it’s even MORE chocolatey). This is like a regular chocolate cake–not quite as rich or chocolatey as a flourless cake or a truffle or brownies. Ya know what I mean? 🙂 But it’s easy, and yummy, and it isn’t too rich for guests who aren’t chocolate-crazy like normal people me. 🙂
Tonight I made up the yummiest treat ever. It’s totally healthy, GAPS legal, and super easy!