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Chocolate Peppermint Snack Balls

Chocolate Peppermint Snack Balls - www.PrimallyInspired.com Today’s yummy and easy chocolate peppermint snack balls recipe comes courtesy of Krista from Food Savvy. I first met Krista through Pinterest and her birthday cake chocolate icing. I mean, just one look at this picture and you’d know why I’d want to be her friend (click on the pic to take you to that recipe because I know you totally want to):

birthday cake chocolate icing

 

 *Drool* Am I right?!

Anyway, it turns out that Krista is a nutritional therapist (and big-time chocolate lover!) and has a ton of good stuff going on at her blog, Food Savvy. I hope you’ll check out her blog and enjoy her yummy chocolate peppermint snack balls!

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Chocolate Peppermint Snack Balls

chocolate peppermint snack balls Raise your hand if you love chocolate.

If you’re sitting there with your hand in the air (which I totally hope you are) then I’m sure you’ll love this recipe.

Not only are these Snack Balls packed with the healthy, nourishing fats that are found in butter, but since they aren’t cooked you are getting nutrients and enzymes from the raw honey!

chocolate peppermint snack balls

Chocolate Peppermint Snack Balls
 
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Chocolate Peppermint Snack Balls from Be Food Savvy
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Ensure butter is at room temperature
  2. Mix all ingredients together in a medium bowl
  3. Line a plate with parchment paper and make the mixture into balls (hint- using a melon baller or a tablespoon measure makes this process easy!)
  4. If you desire, sprinkle some optional toppings on the chocolate balls (Ex- coconut flakes, sea salt)
Notes
Keep any leftovers in the fridge or freezer.
 

There’s not much better than a quick’n’easy, delicious, healthy chocolatey-snack.

Hope you enjoy and please come visit me at my blog, and say ‘hi’ on Facebook & Twitter.

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Krista Butler is a no-nonsense Nutritional Therapist who believes in all things that involve Real Food. You will most likely find her eating avocados or laying in her backyard hammock (when weather permits!).

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16 comments

  1. How much honey? 1/4 tsp, cup???

  2. How do you decide whether to eat an EO or not?….the one I clicked on above(peppermint) says therapeutic grade.

    • Therapy Grade is about the best. CPTG Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade essential oils are guaranteed to be pure, natural, and free of synthetic compounds or contaminates. Some oils say “not for human consumption”. They could have anything above in it or for insurance purposes not want to be bothered with all the hoops to jump through even if they are pretty pure. So go for the therapy grade.

  3. oh my goodness…yummm. I invite you to share at my hop today Hugs

  4. So hard to find recipes for those that are restricted in many ways. This one fits the bill. THANKS.

  5. Salted or Unsalted butter?

  6. hey i have all the ingredients except peppermint oil!! i have a bottle of peppermint extract. do you think this would work??

    • Primally Inspired

      Hi Joanna, Yes it would work, but you’d have to add more peppermint extract. Peppermint oil is super concentrated. I’d start out with 1/4 or 1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract and then do a little taste test to see if you need to add more. Hope that helps!

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