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Something’s Missing- Peanut Butter Coco Cream

Something’s Missing- Peanut Butter Coco Cream

 

It’s not unusual that things go missing (or are broken) around here.

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And it usually doesn’t take me long to figure out what happened.

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Lovely. I’m sure that water was really clean.

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Poor, poor butterfly.

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I thought maybe if I took the butterfly to try to fix it away the water would be left alone.

I was wrong.

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And yesterday, the recipe for the Peanut Butter Coco Cream was missing from my post. I didn’t do it on purpose. I just forgot.

Something else I did yesterday was have to Google how to spell blonde for some paperwork I was filling out. (I didn’t know if it had an “e” at the end or not. Hmmm….maybe I should keep these things to myself.)

Anyway….

You really don’t need the Peanut Butter Coco Cream for the Chocolate Fudge Pie. It’s amazing just by itself (that’s how I usually eat it).

But, today I’ll try to fix things.

First the missing recipe, then the butterfly wing.

I needed something fun to frost this morning.

My microwave was clean and it had been way too long since we’ve had a little green something something around here.

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Oh how I’ve missed my microwave messes big green friend.

Mighty Green Microwave Muffin to the rescue.

One for the boys.

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A special one with some added Naturally More for mama.

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I frosted it of course (for the purpose of this post only). Smile

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Ahhhhh…. a little flutter smother of heaven.

With a little PB2 and a little coconut flour, you too can have this.

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Peanut Butter Coco Cream

2 tablespoons PB2

1 tablespoon coconut flour

3-4 tablespoons vanilla flavored nondairy milk

sweetener of choice

 

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Mix ingredients together in small bowl or food processor. Frost, eat, or refrigerate.

Recipe notes-

I’ve blended it by hand and used the Magic Bullet. Both work but I prefer the Magic Bullet.

I’ve tried both Splenda packets and liquid vanilla flavored stevia. I prefer a mixture of both- a couple drops of stevia and a Splenda packet.

You can adjust the amount of liquid depending on the consistency you want. Sometimes I use 3 tablespoons for thicker “frosting” and sometimes I use 4.

I’m sure you can sub in regular peanut butter or other nut butter for the PB2, but you will have to lessen the liquid and the calorie count will be higher.

The entire recipe is about 110 calories if you use a sugar substitute.

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Now I’m off to fix that darn wing, plan my classes for tonight and try to entertain “Flat Kitty”. Gosh he can be REALLY annoying sometimes.

See you tomorrow! Have a great night!

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Comments

  1. 1

    The frosting idea looks really clever. What a great way to use up coconut flour (which seems to MULTIPLY in the jar, I swear :))

    I have a recipe for pancakes and no-bake peanut butter chocolate chip energy bites/balls/snacks that use coconut flour. Always looking for more ways!

    Thanks for your comment at Fitness Magazine. You’re a sweetheart 🙂

  2. 2
    Diane says:

    Maybe a wading pool next to the swingset?

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