Paleo Almond Butter M&ms

Savory almond butter bites get enrobed in dark chocolate to make a treat your sweet tooth and your waistline will appreciate.

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Servings: 15

Prep Time: 00:10

Cook Time: 00:05

Main Ingredients

1 cup unsalted, unroasted almonds

5 pitted dates

1/2 cup almond butter

1/2 teaspoon raw honey

70 cup dark chocolate, preferably % or darker


1In your food processor or Vitamix, pulverize the almonds until fine and flour-like (a few crunchy bits are fine).

2Pour into medium bowl.

3Add dates into food processor, blending until finely diced. Pour into bowl with crushed almonds.

4Stir together dates and almonds, then add almond butter and honey. Stir until soft and dough-like. If too dry, add a drizzle more of honey. If too wet, add more ground almonds.

5Mold dough into 1/2 teaspoon-sized rounds (or smaller). Place on parchment-lined baking sheet and place in freezer for 30 minutes or until frozen.

6In a double-boiler or microwave, melt dark chocolate until smooth. If using the microwave, heat in short increments of 30 seconds or else the chocolate can burn.

7Once melted, pull out almond butter bites and dip each one into chocolate, coating and placing back onto parchment sheet. Repeat with all 50ish pieces. Place back in the freezer until chocolate is set, which should only take a few minutes.

8Store in a covered container or baggie in the freezer until ready to devour. You can easily pull out just one or two or ten at a time.

Additional Notes

If you're not an almond butter fan, you could easily swap out peanuts and peanut butter!

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