Keto Chocolate Coconut Balls

Keto Chocolate Coconut Balls

Craving holiday chocolates? These delicious keto chocolate coconut balls have the perfect crack of sugar-free chocolate into super soft creamy coconut centers.

You know ALL the chocolate and eggs and sugar you get around Easter and really any other holiday in our modern-day system? Does anyone else have trouble avoiding it, or is it just me?

I absolutely love all things Cadbury and the crazy sweetness of their chocolate eggs. Coconut-filled eggs are another huge weakness of mine. Honestly, if I don’t have a good keto alternative at hand on holidays I simply can’t handle it and have to plan to wean myself off sugar after the holiday.

However! The ups and downs can all be avoided if you prepare. Fabulous keto chocolate coconut balls are a life-saver at times, and I definitely plan to have them on hand at Easter in the next few weeks.

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Keep these Keto chocolate coconut balls around during Easter and other candy-filled holiday. They're low carb, sugar-free, and will help keep you on the keto diet and say no to temptations. #ketocandy #lowcarbdesserts

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Low carb unsweetened coconut

One question I get asked quite often is where to find unsweetened shredded coconut. More and more lately I’ve seen it at everyday grocery stores. However, if yours doesn’t stock it, I would try a Whole Foods or Natural Grocers style store. Or you can always order online through Amazon with one of their options here.


“Will looked horrified. “What kind of monster could possibly hate chocolate?”

Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Angel

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To make keto chocolate coconut balls you’ll need : 

Delicious keto chocolate coconut balls are the perfect gluten-free sugar-free holiday candy to keep around during Easter, Christmas, or whenever you need a low carb alternative to candy! #ketocandy #lowcarbdessert

How to make keto chocolate coconut balls

First of all, take out a small saucepan and heat the heavy cream to almost a simmer, but do not boil. Second, whisk in the powdered sweetener and then the coconut.

Then turn off the heat, stir in the extract and let it sit for 15 minutes so the coconut can absorb the liquid.

Now form the coconut mixture into tablespoon-sized balls and place each one on a baking pan at least an inch apart. Put them in the freezer for 2 hours or overnight.

Keto Chocolate Coconut Balls, coconut overhead

 

How to make the low carb chocolate coating

Next, it’s time to make the chocolate coating! First, put 5 oz of chopped unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, and powdered sweetener in a double boiler. If you don’t have a double boiler you can always use a heat-proof bowl over a saucepan of boiling water.

Chocolate melting in a double boiler with Swerve and cocoa butter

Then stir it all constantly until everything is completely melted and mixed together.

Melted chocolate in glass bowl

Now, remember the coconut balls? Remove them from the freezer and get them ready to dip in the chocolate! (I love this part!)

Place one coconut ball on a fork, and dip it in the chocolate mixture to coat thoroughly. Then remember to shake the excess chocolate back in the bowl and place the coated coconut ball on the baking tray to set.

Dipped Keto Chocolate Coconut Ball

After that, continue to dip and repeat with all the coconut balls until they’re all delightfully chocolate coated. Yummy.

From there, return the newly dipped keto chocolate coconut balls to the freezer to set for 10 minutes. If you forget about them for a little while it won’t matter. The important thing is for them to be cold and set to pop them off the pan. If you fear them sticking use silicone baking liners or parchment paper to line the pan.

Take them off the pan and store them in an airtight container or even a zipper bag in the refrigerator for up to a week or about a month in the freezer.

Keto Chocolate Coconut Balls on pan

 

The greatest tragedies were written by the Greeks and Shakespeare…neither knew chocolate.

Sandra Boynton

Author, Humorist

What’s your favorite Easter candy?

Yes, for me, any holiday involving food is the hardest to stay on a strict keto diet. I love keto and how it works; however, I also love holidays and family traditions.

It’s so difficult not to grab that English toffee at Christmas or the chocolate eggs at Easter! Because I know those are my weaknesses, I have an advantage!

When you recognize what could be a potential downfall to your low carb or keto plan you have power. It’s great because then it’s easier to plan and say, “Okay, this is what I struggle with. How can I find a healthier alternative I’ll want to reach for?”

Preparedness is key, and it can be done! With these delicious keto chocolate coconut balls around I breathe a sigh of relief when the chocolate eggs appear everywhere. I can make a good choice, stick to the keto diet, and still enjoy an Easter treat.

Happy holidays and enjoy the candy-making!

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Easter keto chocolate coconut balls are sugar-free, low carb, super-easy, and delicious. Gluten-free with coconut, chocolate, cream, and other goodness. A low carb treat for any holiday. #ketodessert #lowcarbcandy

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Do you need an Easter brunch recipe?

Chiles rellenos keto breakfast casserole is a delight to the tastebuds! Cheesy low carb, gluten-free stuffed green chiles in a breakfast egg custard. #ketobreakfast #ketorecipes

More low carb dessert ideas:

  1. Coconut Macaroons
  2. Butter Spritz Cookies
  3. Gingerbread Cookies
  4. Thumbprint Peanut Butter Cookies
  5. Low Carb Lemon Cookies
  6. Chocolate Truffles
  7. Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies
  8. Pumpkin Cookies
  9. Cut Out Sugar Cookies
  10. Low Carb Chocolate Pinwheel Cookies

Have you tried fat bombs?

Fat bombs make a great mid-afternoon snack or a sweet treat after a meal. Try these amazing Keto Coffee Fat Bombs, made with only 5 ingredients from Kimspired DIY.

Printable Recipe

Keto Chocolate Coconut Balls

Craving holiday candies? These keto chocolate coconut balls have the perfect crack of sugar-free chocolate into super soft creamy coconut centers. 
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time25 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
Keyword: chocolate coconut fat bombs, keto chocolate coconut balls, low carb chocolate coconut balls
Servings: 20
Calories: 120kcal
Author: Explorer Momma

Ingredients

  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup powdered sweetener (such as Swerve Confectioners)
  • 2 1/2 cups shredded coconut (unsweetened)
  • 1 tsp almond extract

Chocolate Coating

  • 5 oz unsweetened chocolate, chopped
  • 3 tbsp powdered sweetener (such as Swerve Confectioners)
  • 1/2 oz cocoa butter

Instructions

  • Take a small saucepan and heat heavy cream to almost a simmer, but do not boil. Whisk in the powdered sweetener and then the coconut. Turn off the heat, stir in the extract, and let it sit for 15 minutes so the coconut can absorb the liquid.
  • Form coconut mixture into tablespoon-sized balls and place on a baking pan. Place in freezer for 2 hours or overnight.

Chocolate Coating

  • To make the chocolate coating, put 5 oz of chopped unsweetened chocolate, cocoa butter, and powdered sweetener in a double boiler or bowl over a saucepan of boiling water. Stir constantly until completely melted and mixed together.
  • Remove the coconut balls from the freezer. Place one on a fork and dip it in the chocolate mixture to coat thoroughly. Shake the excess chocolate back in the bowl and place the coated coconut ball on the baking tray to set. Repeat with all coconut balls.
  • Return to the freezer to set for 10 minutes then store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week or a month in the freezer.

Notes

Nutrition Facts

Servings 20.0
Amount Per Serving: 1 ball
Calories: 120
 
Total Fat 11 g  
Saturated Fat 5 g  
Monounsaturated Fat 0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 16 mg  
Sodium 4 mg  
Potassium 0 mg  
Total Carbohydrate 3 g  
Dietary Fiber 2 g  
Sugars 0 g  
Protein 1 g
*Nutrition Facts per MyFitnessPal.com. For most accurate facts, calculate your own with the exact ingredients you use in the recipe.

 

Nutrition Disclaimer

Please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels.
This is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

Low Carb Coconut Granola Bars

Low Carb Coconut Granola Bars

Delicious coconut maple low carb granola bars are perfect for an on-the-go gluten-free, sugar-free breakfast or snack. Throw one in your lunch bag for a keto-friendly, vegan afternoon snack!

One of my favorite ways to make a gluten-free, low carb granola bar is with unsweetened coconut. On a keto or low carb diet, you may think granola bars are out, but it’s just not so!

When I was teaching, I almost always brought a leading brand maple pumpkin seed granola bar to school with me for a quick healthy snack. However, now that I eat keto, the 22 carbs and 5 grams of sugar are not a good snack option each day. I’ve missed the flavor so it was time to get creative!

I love the fact that these low carb granola bars are not only keto-friendly but dairy-free and vegan as well. I know for a fact it can be extremely difficult to find vegan recipes that are also low carb. However, these are all of the above, and do you know what? They taste amazing too. Important.

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Easy and delicious low carb granola bars are a fabulous gluten-free on the go snack. Sugar-free and perfect for a keto diet, these little snacks are crunchy and full of flavor! #lowcarbrecipes #glutenfreerecipes

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Why dairy-free low carb granola bars?

How difficult is it to eat a low carb diet when you also eat vegan? Extremely so! When I think of my favorite go-to keto snacks they all include dairy or eggs. It got me thinking, how could I make vegan recipes that are also low carb or keto-friendly?

That’s random you may say. Why do you need vegan recipes when you’ve been eating keto?

Well, our family is Christian Orthodox. The church is just entering into Great Lent, a time of preparation for the celebration of Christ’s resurrection. During Great Lent, we focus on many things but especially on prayer, kindness, and loving God and our neighbors.

In Church tradition, fasting is also observed. There are many guidelines, but in general, you eat a simple vegan diet as meat and dairy are cut out. The idea is to be able to focus on what’s important and be able to give more to the needy.

I am the first to admit the strict fasting is a difficult point for me.

Why? Well, on keto I can’t eat all the tradition fasting foods! Bread and beans with occasional fruit are staples, and those are not low carb. There’s definitely a need for more low carb vegan recipes!

Coconut maple low carb granola bars are quick and delicious! Guess what, they're also not only gluten-free, but sugar-free and vegan too! The perfect keto on-the-go snack you'll love. #lowcarbvegan #lowcarbrecipes

Vegan ingredients for low carb granola bars

My main challenge was not what to put in the granola but how to bind it all together.

In the past, I’ve made many a granola bar using shredded unsweetened coconut and other various ingredients and flavorings. Usually, I’ve used honey, butter, or other nut butter to stick it together as a bar. However, with honey and butter out I thought about almond or peanut butter, but that raises the carbs more than I like.

Coconut maple low carb granola bars are fabulously vegan and gluten-free. Simple keto recipe for those emergency snack cravings or gluten-free breakfast. #lowcarbsnacks #ketosnacks

Boom! Then it came to me! Cocoa butter. I generally melt cocoa butter with unsweetened chocolate to lower the carb count and make my own sugar-free chocolate candy recipes. Why couldn’t I use it on its own to bind the granola bars together?

Do you know what? It’s perfect! It tastes good with the flavorings and does its job with a nice silky texture.

What is cocoa butter?

When cocoa beans are processed, cocoa butter oozes out and is separated from the rest of the bean. What’s left of the cocoa bean is made into cocoa powder. Cocoa butter is later recombined with the cocoa powder and other ingredients to make melt in the mouth chocolate. Yum.
Cocoa butter is the fat portion of the cocoa bean and is a completely vegetarian fat source. Many people hear “butter” and assume milk or other ingredients, but no! It’s dairy-free, 0 carbs, 0 sugars, and 14 grams of fat in a one tablespoon serving. That pretty much makes it a fabulous ingredient for keto cooking.

Coconut maple low carb granola bars are deliciously keto and vegan! Perfect to take for a gluten-free snack on the go or an easy breakfast. #veganketo #lowcarbrecipes

 

To make low carb granola bars you’ll need : 

Maple coconut low carb granola bars with tea make a fabulous keto breakfast or vegan snack. Delicious and gluten-free, sugar-free. #lowcarbrecipes #lowcarbsnacks

 

How to make coconut maple low carb granola bars

First, get out all of the ingredients and kitchen utensils. Second, line a loaf pan with parchment paper. I love parchment paper; it helps you get the bars out more easily, and you can use the extra sticking up out of the pan to flatten down the granola mixture.

Then, find a large bowl and in it mix together the shredded coconut, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, and salt. Now set that all aside.

Next, take out a small saucepan and fill it about half-full of water. On top of the saucepan place a slightly larger heat-proof bowl so it just sits on top without touching the water (or use a double-boiler). Now, turn the heat up to medium-high, chop the cocoa butter, and put it in the bowl to melt. Add the sweetener and whisk them up until the cocoa butter is completely melted. Then take it off the heat.

Continue to whisk it and add in the maple extract. Next, pour the cocoa butter mixture into the large bowl of shredded coconut, seeds, and all. 

Coconut maple low carb granola bars are full of flavor and the perfect vegan snack. Gluten-free, sugar-free, they're the perfect breakfast for a keto diet. #ketorecipes #lowcarbrecipes

How to form the vegan granola bars

Mix everything together vigorously with a wooden spoon until the coconut mixture is completely coated with the cocoa butter.

Now, transfer it all to the loaf pan, and press it down evenly using the parchment paper. Technically you probably don’t have to, but I like to bake the bars and lightly toast the coconut. Therefore, put the pan in the oven to bake for 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees or until the coconut begins to toast and appear brown on the edges.

Chill it in the refrigerator completely, and then remove it from the pan using the parchment paper and cut it carefully up into 8 bars. I like to use a very sharp, serrated knife for this.

Lastly, keep the granola bars in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for up to a month.

Coconut maple low carb granola bars are full of flavor and the perfect vegan snack. Gluten-free, sugar-free, they're the perfect breakfast for a keto diet. #ketorecipes #lowcarbrecipes

What’s your favorite low carb breakfast?

Were you a huge granola bar fan before starting to eat low carb? I certainly was and have missed the texture and flavor. These low carb granola bars do come in handy for that craving!

For a while, I ate variations of bacon and eggs for most breakfasts. While I still love them, it’s good to mix things up. Every weekend my daughter and I try something new for Saturday breakfast, and it’s so much fun trying out new flavors! What do you eat for breakfast or breakfast for lunch?

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Coconut maple low carb granola bars are the perfect keto food to pack on a hike or to the office. Vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free, they're sure to be a hit. #lowcarbrecipes #ketobreakfast

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What about lunch?

Keto antipasto salad with a balsamic vinegar and avocado oil dressing is perfect for picnics, events, or an easy low carb lunch! Gluten-free fresh deliciousness. #ketosalad #lowcarblunch

Looking for more low carb breakfast recipes?

  1. Cranberry Orange Breakfast Muffins
  2. Keto Cinnamon Rolls
  3. Peanut Butter Muffins
  4. Keto Orange Creamsicle Shake


Printable Recipe

Low Carb Coconut Granola Bars

Delicious coconut maple low carb granola bars are perfect for an on-the-go gluten-free, sugar-free, vegan breakfast or snack. 
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time20 mins
Chill15 mins
Total Time20 mins
Course: Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine: American, Gluten-Free, Keto, Ketogenic, Low Carb
Keyword: coconut maple, gluten-free granola bars, keto granola bars, low carb granola bars
Servings: 8
Calories: 214kcal
Author: Explorer Momma

Ingredients

  • 2 cups unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1/3 cup pumpkin seeds
  • 1/3 cup sunflower seeds
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 oz cocoa butter
  • 1 tsp maple extract
  • 1/3 cup sweetener I use either Swerve Confectioner's or Brown Swerve

Instructions

  • Line a loaf pan with parchment paper.
  • Take a large bowl and mix together the shredded coconut, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, and salt. Set aside.
  • Put water in a small saucepan with a heat-proof bowl sitting on top of it (or use a double-boiler). Turn the heat to medium-high, chop the cocoa butter, and put it in the bowl to melt.
  • Add the sweetener and whisk until the cocoa butter is completely melted then remove from heat. Continue to whisk and add in the maple extract.
  • Pour cocoa butter mixture into the large bowl of shredded coconut, etc. Mix it together vigorously with a wooden spoon until the coconut mixture is completely coated with the cocoa butter.
  • Transfer to the loaf pan and press it down evenly using the parchment paper. 
  • Bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees or until the coconut begins to toast and appear brown on the edges. Chill in the refrigerator completely and then cut into 8 bars. Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for up to a month.

Notes

*If you don't have cocoa butter you can use 6 tablespoons of melted butter instead.

Nutrition Facts

Servings 8.0
Amount Per Serving: 1 bar
calories 214
 
Total Fat 21 g  
Saturated Fat 14 g  
Monounsaturated Fat 3 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg  
Sodium 102 mg  
Potassium 41 mg  
Total Carbohydrate 5 g  
Dietary Fiber 3 g  
Sugars 1 g
*Nutrition Facts per MyFitnessPal.com. For most accurate facts, calculate your own with the exact ingredients you use in the recipe.

Nutrition Disclaimer

Please be aware I am not a medical specialist or nutritional professional. On this blog, I share recipes and what works for me. Please do not take anything on this blog as medical advice and always consult with your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program. I use MyFitnessPal.com to calculate nutrition facts as a courtesy to my readers, and I remove erythritol from the final carb count and net carb count because does not affect my own blood glucose levels.
 
 
This is as accurate as possible, but it’s best to independently calculate nutritional information on your own with the specific ingredients you use. I expressly disclaim any and all liability of any kind with respect to any act or omission wholly or in part in reliance on anything contained in this website.

Coconut Apricot Gluten Free Granola Bars

Coconut Apricot Gluten Free Granola Bars

Today I’m going to tell you how to make these super simple, super healthy, no-bake, coconut, apricot, gluten-free granola bars. Is that enough of a description? The secret to these granola bars is that they don’t actually have any oatmeal. That’s right, the base is dried flake coconut, and let me tell you they are amazing! Furthermore, they have another secret ingredient that may sound odd to you, but I beg you to give it a try. You won’t be sorry.

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Peanut butter, coconut, and apricots? How does that go together?

First of all, just imagine a peanut butter and apricot jam sandwich. This is one of my son’s favorite treats so we decided we would try to put that taste into a healthy granola bar. Now, I love to make my own granola bars and have many go-to recipes, but this time we wanted to try something new and without actually including oats. Voilà! Our peanut butter apricot coconut granola bars were born.

Chopped apricots

Lenten gluten-free granola bars

Also lately I’ve been struggling to find some recipes for my husband’s sweet tooth during Lent. Now, I won’t go into the minute details, but in Orthodoxy, for Lent one is to give up all animal products. There are a few other rules here and there, but it’s pretty much vegan. Because of this, I’ve been making all sorts of vegan cakes, bars, and cookies. Inevitably some turn out well and others don’t (like the vegan chocolate cake I tried last night – still working on that one). 

This recipe fits the exact mold we were looking for: healthy, gluten free, oat free, and lent-friendly. I give you full warning however, they have been known to cause squabbles around our house. My husband and son constantly try to figure out how to prevent the other from eating them all. I’ve actually found the container in some pretty interesting spots, and the four-year-old protests, “But Daddy won’t find them and eat them if they’re under my bed!”

Needless to say, we’ve had to establish some ground rules for hiding the granola bars.

Wouldn’t you like to make these delicious no-bake gluten-free granola bars today?

Gluten free granola bar ingredients

Recipe: Coconut Apricot Gluten-Free Granola Bars

Ingredients:

First

First, in a large bowl combine the coconut, sunflower seeds, and chopped apricots. Mix those together so they’re evenly dispersed.

Gluten free granola bar mixture with apricots

Next

Second, prepare your pan and line with parchment paper. I use a 7 inch by 11-inch baking dish, but you can use a 9×9 inch, 8×8 inch or whatever you have, and the bars’ thickness will vary.

Third, over medium heat bring your honey to a boil. Once there are bubbles all over, set the timer for 3 minutes.

Then, after the honey boils for three minutes take it off the heat and quickly mix in the peanut butter then 1 teaspoon of vanilla.

Honey & PB mixture for gluten free granola bars

Next, quickly pour your peanut butter and honey mixture over your coconut, sunflower seeds, and dried apricots.

Gluten free granola bar mixture

Mix it all together with a spatula to coat, and then turn it out into the prepared baking dish.

Pan of gluten free granola bars

Then

Next, pack it down into the corners of the pan so you have an even thickness. I generally use the extra parchment paper sticking out of the pan to fold over on top of the bars and press it down firmly.

Then put it in the fridge to harden for at least 2 hours (or if you’re in a big hurry about half an hour in the freezer).

Last but not least, take them out of the pan using your extra parchment paper and cut into bars. I store them in the fridge or the freezer in an airtight container. This is the best way to store them because if they get too warm they can be flimsy and start to fall apart.

How to get your kids to eat healthy

It is so difficult to get kids to eat healthy these days.  Here are some tips you can implement today to help your kids make healthy choices.

Check out these ideas from Explorer Momma today!

The perfect gluten-free snack

These coconut apricot gluten-free granola bars make a great mid-morning or afternoon snack. Also, if you keep them in the freezer you can set one out about 10-15 minutes before you’re planning to eat it. In addition, they’re the perfect way to stop that afternoon hunger craving and prevent me from making some fairly unhealthy choices.

So listen, if you are looking for a healthy, lent-friendly, sweet alternative to a candy bar look no further. Give these bars a try, and I seriously doubt they will last long in your fridge! I hope you enjoy them.

 

Coconut Apricot Gluten-Free Granola Bars

Kid-friendly, easy, and healthy coconut apricot goodness!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time5 mins
Total Time30 mins
Course: Breakfast, Snack
Cuisine: Gluten-Free
Servings: 16
Calories: 139kcal
Author: Lauren

Ingredients

  • 1 3/4 cups shredded coconut unsweetened
  • 1/2 cup sunflower seeds raw or toasted
  • 1/2 cup dried apricots chopped
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 1/4 tsp sea salt

Instructions

  • Line a 13x9 pan or glass dish with parchment paper, and set it aside.
  • Combine the coconut, sunflower seeds, apricots, and salt in a large bowl and mix to combine.
  • Heat the honey in a saucepan over medium-high heat until it boils all the way around the pan.
  • Boil the honey for 3-4 minutes.
  • Take the honey off the heat and stir in the vanilla.
  • Pour the honey over the coconut mixture, and stir it quickly to coat.
  • Spoon the mixture into the dish/pan, and press it down firmly. Use the parchment paper to help press it down evenly.
  • Place the pan in the freezer for 30 minutes.
  • Take it out of the freezer and cut into 16 bars.
  • Wrap each with parchment paper and place in a sealed container in the refrigerator until ready to eat.

Notes

Calories per My Fitness Pal.

 

What are your favorite recipes for lent?

 

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What are your best kid-friendly recipes?

 

Do you have some sweet vegan treats recipes?

 

I’d love you to leave your suggestions in the comments section!

 

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