Coconut Fat Balls With Hidden Veggies

coconut fat bomb

I bet you are wondering if you read this right…

Coconut Fat Balls With Hidden Veggies

… Yep, you read it correctly! This is a slightly modified coconut fat ball or bomb.  I’ve hidden over 7 servings of veggies in them with a wholefood multivitamin powder (it tastes good!) and some protein, making them a healthy energy snack.

Ingredients (affiliate links)

Blend all ingredients in your food processor until a wet dough forms. Roll into balls, not too big so you can pop them right in your mouth.  Place the balls in single layer on tray, freeze until set, about 20 minutes. Cool for 5 minutes or so and eat one!
I keep mine in a covered container in the fridge because during the summer the coconut oil will melt a bit too much.  You can eat them right from the fridge, if they last long enough to get into the fridge 🙂
I don’t add any sweetener to my coconut fat balls but if you have a sweet tooth feel free to add stevia, maple syrup or more of the Lily’s Dark Chocolate chips (they are sugar-free, sweetened with stevia.)
For each teaspoon of Nourish you will get about 7 servings of veggies.  I really love the taste of Nourish, not chalky, doesn’t taste like vitamins, and it’s made for a child’s taste buds with banana powder! It is 100% real food for the little kids and bigger ones like us.

coconut fat balls
Play around with this recipe and find the perfect fit for you.  Keep it as simple as you want and enjoy!
Get Nourish from Heart & Body Naturals

Carb Blocking Coffee Butter and Coconut Oil

Coffee Butter Coconut Oil Drink for weight loss

Coffee Butter Coconut Oil Drink

There are many “recipes” for making coffee with butter and coconut oil.  I have a simple way to do it. You need three ingredients. Yep you guessed it… Coffee, Butter and Coconut Oil!

I start with my favorite alternative immune boosting coffee, virgin coconut oil from Tropical Traditions and real Grass Fed Butter unsalted.

To start, make your coffee, add to blender with 1 teaspoon unsalted butter from grass-fed cows (yes start with 1 tsp and add to it) and 1 tablespoon virgin coconut oil. Too much butter and coconut oil can cause nausea and diarrhea for many people. Blend up till nice and frothy.

It should taste like a frothy Latte. You can add some vanilla if you like but see if you like it plain.

I drink two kinds of coffee,  a special organic coffee that cuts cravings and blocks carb absorption or Peace coffee, a local fair trade coffee company.

Using grass-fed butter is the biggest rule to follow … If you use quality ingredients and blend it up, it’s sort of like a latte!

Interested in the carb blocking coffee I drink? It’s here