peppermint coconut chocolate dipped snowflakes

It is that time of year where lots of holiday parties are being planned out.

Not sure what to bring?

Looking for a quick, easy yet beautiful and healthy dessert to bring to a holiday party this season?

We have the perfect recipe for you over at Cara’s Cravings for Clean Eating Cocktail Party recipes.

Check out our chocolate dipped peppermint coconut snowflakes recipe.

Promise you will be glad you did as they are easy, tasty, healthy, pretty to look at, and holiday inspired ;)  Everyone in our family gobbled them up and we know your holiday guest will too!

Make sure you check out all the other amazing clean eating cocktail party recipes!!

Glad to hear people are still loving our protein thin mints and pumpkin chocolate chip cookies, as well as enjoying new recipe combos! And we are happy to hear you all liked our tahini recipe ideas!

And thanks Jessica for letting us know that our coconut flour chocolate chip cookies works with garbanzo bean flour.

xoxo

Purelytwins

Comments

  1. says

    oh my goodness. this is prob the most incredible looking thing for the holidays to me! it’s perfect, peppermint, coconut & chocolate! def making these! super easy! i love what your girls put forward but i often don’t make the recipes because of the time/labor/$$ ingredients involved sometimes. i would totally buy it if you made it lol but yeah..these little snowflake bites fit into my busy schedule quite nicely!
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  2. Crysta says

    I made these today and they seemed kind of oily…I melted the coconut oil and then measured out 1/4 cup. Did you mean you measured 1/4 cup solid and then melted the 1/4 cup? They tasted yummy, just seemed like too much oil.

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