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Old 06-01-2013, 04:23   #51
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but they are backordered until the Fall of 3013!!
Those must be some popular chips!

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So you have made these without added sweetener? I think I will try it. I have everything but the two sweeteners

I did. I think its buttery, peanut flavour does it for me. I don't buy the sweeteners. Reminded me of fudge

I like the idea of Moon's with the coffee and Pat with the nuts. I think I ll go and make a batch now. I don't have a good mould though and thought of buying, but haven't yet.

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Look for Torani or DaVinci flaovred SF syrups.
Oh those! I know them well as I use to use them to sweeten my coffee.

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I ordered the coconut oil and Erythritol from Netrition on Monday and received it in the mail yesterday so I'm off to buy a candy mold. *smacks her lips*

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Tried these today. Could find any coconut oil and Erythritol in this town at a all so just used some peanut oil. About to try them.
Don't thinking I got any of the measurements right as I have no idea of what a tsp or table or T or cp or any of that is. Lol will have to find a cooking course.
Ok wish me luck trying these. Like the coffee idea as well.

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Tried these today. Could find any coconut oil and Erythritol in this town at a all so just used some peanut oil. About to try them.
Don't thinking I got any of the measurements right as I have no idea of what a tsp or table or T or cp or any of that is. Lol will have to find a cooking course.
Ok wish me luck trying these. Like the coffee idea as well.
Those are american measurements. Should be able to find a converter online or an app. T=tablespoon, tsp=teaspoon, c=cup, oz=ounces

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Tried these today. Could find any coconut oil and Erythritol in this town at a all so just used some peanut oil. About to try them.
Don't thinking I got any of the measurements right as I have no idea of what a tsp or table or T or cp or any of that is. Lol will have to find a cooking course.
Ok wish me luck trying these. Like the coffee idea as well.
Coconut oil is a solid at room temp, peanut oil is not. Hope they came out okay!

Do not worry about the measures too much -- the 3 fats are equal amounts, and sweeten and chocolate or cocoa to taste. You cannot be too far off ... except, tsk, liquid oil .... maybe in the freezer it is okay?

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I have a batch in the freezer right now. I don't think I used enough chocolate. I found a 90% cocoa Lindt chocolate bar. A "serving" is 4 squares I used just 1.

I had a mold that I used to make chocolate covered caramels. Each mold holds 1T. Found it at Christmas Tree Shop a few years ago. I think it will go to much better use now.

BTW I did not realize how liquidy (is that a word?) it would be. Can't wait to eat one!

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I put some pecans on top. I don't know if that's okay or not.
I put the ingredients in a 4 cup Pyrex glass and microwaved it. I followed the recipe exactly and this is how many it made. I must say they are delicious!
Now, how do I figure up how many I can eat before I go blind? J/K
Seriously, how do I calculate carbs/calories or whatever it is I need to be counting?
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I put some pecans on top. I don't know if that's okay or not.
I put the ingredients in a 4 cup Pyrex glass and microwaved it. I followed the recipe exactly and this is how many it made. I must say they are delicious!
Now, how do I figure up how many I can eat before I go blind? J/K
Seriously, how do I calculate carbs/calories or whatever it is I need to be counting?
Look back on page one for my post:

I bought a Wilton baking sheet with 24 squares, made the recipe above which filled 16 squares with 1 tablespoon servings. I made a second batch, modifying the recipe to fill the sheet (24). I calculated calories to 92.5 per piece; 1.6 carbs per piece; 1.2 g protein.


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