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Stevia Winners and Carob Coconut Blobs Recipe

Posted Feb 10 2011 9:41pm

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What are these little balls of goodness you may be wondering?

I’ll answer that with a recipe in just a moment. First…

I have some stevia winners to announce! Yeehah!

These four people are the lucky winners (as randomly drawn by my man) of the NuNaturals Vanilla Stevia and Stevia Packets:

Pia Groen

Bryant

Jenn

Blanche Morris

Congratulations guys and gals!

Please email me at casey AT caseylorraine DOT COM with your full name, specific address, country, city, state, zip/postcode, phone number and email. No PO Boxes sorry.

I have another stevia recipe to share with you today, inspired by my Lemon And Coconut Balls .

Carob Coconut “Blobs”

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Ingredients:

1 avocado

4 tablespoons of carob powder (this makes it a beautiful rich carob flavour. If you’re not a huge fan of carob just use less or substitute with cacao powder)

1 teaspoon of vanilla extract

Stevia to taste (add enough stevia so that the mixture is a little sweeter than you like. Once you add the coconut and freeze the blobs they won’t be quite as sweet)

2/3 cup of coconut chips/flakes

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Directions:

In a food processor fitted with the “S” blade, process the avocado, carob or cacao, vanilla extract and stevia until well combined, thick and creamy. You will need to stop the processing and scrape the sides of the food processor once or twice.

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Take the “S” blade out of the food processor and add the coconut chips to the mixture. Mix well with a spoon.

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Spoon “blobs” of the mixture onto a plate.

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You can use your hands to shape balls if your prefer but the blobs work for me.

Freeze the blobs for about one hour and then enjoy!

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I LOVE these blobs when they are fully frozen. They are great as they defrost a little too but I don’t love them soft as the coconut chips are a bit chewy in the soft pudding mixture. Frozen, however, the blobs are creamy and the coconut chips dreamy wlEmoticon smile3 Stevia Winners and Carob Coconut Blobs Recipe.

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Do you like carob or cacao better? Do either of them make you feel unwell or do you feel good when you eat them?

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