Coconut Snowballs

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While I was making up a batch of coconut snowflakes, I ran out of molds to use. So I decided to just use my standard round mold and when I was finished my daughter thought they looked like snowballs! With the addition of a little shredded coconut they are realistic-looking coconut snowballs, easy to make, and good for you. My kids sure excited to eat coconut snowballs too!

Coconut Snowballs

Coconut Snowballs

When you need a quick sweet treat that is low carb, gluten-free and delicious, just take a few minutes to make your own homemade candy.



    1. Melt your coconut butter in the jar by placing it in a bowl of hot water (it naturally separates with the oil settling on the top and the solids on the bottom).
    2. Once melted stir it together until it is evenly mixed and creamy.
    3. Pour into candy molds.
    4. Place in the fridge or freezer until set.
    5. Pop out of molds, brush with coconut oil and sprinkle (or dip into) coconut flakes.
    6. Arrange on a cute plate and sprinkle more coconut flakes on top.

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