I have to admit, that I still like something sweet after dinner. It doesn’t have to be much, just a little bite or two is satisfying. I’ve tried lots of different fat bomb recipes and have liked most of them. Since I started keto, I’ve had lots of people ask if I have tried Lily’s Chocolate Chips. Up until yesterday, I had not. Hello, amazing! They are sugar-free, Non-GMO, vegan, gluten free, and fair trade. They are also low in carbs with one serving being only two net carbs, and they taste great. Since my days are hectic, I wanted to create an easy recipe that would satisfy my sweet craving. I love coconut and chocolate and thought homemade chocolate haystacks would be the perfect solution. Gracious, I was right! They turned out so delicious!
Now, where do you find Lily’s Chocolate Chips? I haven’t found anywhere locally that sells Lily’s Chocolate Chips, so I ordered mine online. I’ve heard that Whole Foods, Sprouts, and Fresh Market carries them. They aren’t cheap, but are worth it to me! Here are two options, if you can’t find any at your local store. Amazon is my first go to resource for most everything. You can find Lily’s Chips here. Also, as I mentioned in my post, 10 Easy Ways to Eat Keto on a Budget, Vitacost is a great resource for Keto and healthy living related items. You can get $5 free off your first purchase for creating a new account here. Once you create your account, search “Lily’s Chocolate Chips” in the search bar to see current pricing.
- Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
- Spread coconut on a cookie sheet and bake for 3 minutes.
- Remove from oven, stir, then cook again for 3 minutes or until coconut is lightly browned.
- Using a double boiler, bring water to a boil, then turn down to simmer.
- Add ½ a bag of Lily's Chocolate Chips and butter in a double boiler and stir until completely melted.
- Add toasted coconut to melted chocolate. Unsweetened coconut varies in shape and size so it may take a little less than the amount I have listed. Keep adding coconut until it is completely coated with the melted chocolate.
- Spoon approx a ½ to ¾ a teaspoon at a time on parchment paper.
- Set in freezer for 10 minutes, then store in
Nutritional Information per MyFitnessPal app – 123 Calories, Fat 11.4, Protein, 1.3, Carbs 8.1 – 5.2 Fiber & 1.8 Sugar Alcohols = 1.1 Net Carbs