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Coconut Butter Candies

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Recipes just don’t get much simpler than this!   I used stevia as my choice of sweetener for this candy because I wanted the color to remain white.  If this isn’t an issue for you and you want to use other liquid sweeteners, go for it.  I would start by adding 1 teaspoon and see how you like it.  You can always add more.  Besides being so easy to make, coconut butter is good for you!  It is a delicious whole food, made of pure, dried coconut flesh. This little “melt in your mouth” treat contains 12% fiber and 9% protein and nourishing fats.

You can use this recipe in so many ways. You could add any flavoring extract to it.  Peppermint would be perfect for the holiday season!  You can use any candy/chocolate mold as well.  These days I love using silicone molds because they last a long time, they don’t require any oiling and you just gently press on the back side of the mold and the candies slide right out.   One last true beauty with this recipe is that the candies remain firm at room temperature.  That is a treat itself here in the raw world.

Ingredients: yields 1/2 cup

Preparation:

  1. Warm the coconut butter by placing it in a hot water bath.  To liquify, place jar in hot water for 2 minutes and stir. Note: the red or brown specks are characteristic of natural coconut products.
  2. Combine the coconut butter, stevia and warm water in a bowl and whip together with a fork.  If the mixture starts to clump, place the bowl in a warm water bath.
  3. Pour the mixture into your candy molds and place in the freezer for at least 10 minutes or until firm.

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Coconut Butter Candies

  1. Nicole says:

    These are so good! I made a batch for my sister’s birthday today along with a batch of raw chocolate (very pretty color combination) and was hard-pressed not to keep them all for myself! Good news, though, is that they’re so easy to make. The amount of Nunaturals liquid alcohol-free stevia is perfect, too…no aftertaste at all. Thank you for a yummy and very pretty recipe!

    • amie-sue says:

      Good morning Nicole and Happy New Year! They are tasty little morsels, aren’t they? :) So happy to hear that you enjoyed them. The mind can go crazy just thinking of all the different candy molds that are out there and how you can really personalize a dessert by dressing them up with these. Have a wonderful day! amie sue

  2. Niki says:

    These look great. What are the candies sitting on top of? Looks like a lil cookie type thing.

    • amie-sue says:

      Hi Niki,

      They are sitting on top of the Cinnamon Cream filled Hot Cinnamon Tea Cupcake Brownies :)

      • Niki says:

        Thank you. I know this doesn’t pertain to the cupcake brownies but I was wondering if you could try and make chocolate covered pretzels. I have been craving them and there arent any raw recipes online line for them. I know if you make them they will be awesome.

        • amie-sue says:

          Oh wow Niki…. raw pretzels… now there is a challenge. I am going to put that on my list of things to try! Thanks for the challenge. haha

        • amie-sue says:

          Hi Niki….I just wanted you to know that I made a batch of raw pretzels last night! Bob said he was shocked as to much they reminded him of pretzels. Let me do some fine tuning… see about dipping them in chocolate and I will get back to you! Just wanted to share this with you. Have a wonderful weekend! amie sue

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