I think I can safely say I speak for a large majority of us as I declare my love for those Reeses Peanut Butter eggs that pop up in stores everywhere come spring. BUT, as I try to eliminate some of the refined sugars from my diet I find that I literally can not make through more than a bite or two before throwing in the towel because they are SO sweet. Anyone else have this problem? Maybe I’m just becoming over-sensitive, So, to satisfy my peanut butter egg craving I came up with this recipe which may change the way you look at the Easter season forever: HEALTHY Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs.

No joke, you really can feel pretty darn good about eating these. They taste just like the real thing, except for being less sugary and they are Vegan. Gluten-free. Dairy-free. Refined Sugar-free, Raw, and awesome.

The peanut butter eggs are made with raw peanut butter and use dates and raw honey as a sweetener. Just a little bit of coconut flour is added to thicken everything up. Coconut flour has crazy absorbent abilities and turns the mixture from gooey peanut butter to perfect PB egg texture. The mixture is easy to form into egg shapes and once it is chilled it is dipped in a chocolate coating made from coconut oil and raw cacao powder.



If you don’t have raw peanut butter, natural pb made from roasted peanuts will work just fine too. You can use the peanut butter from the average grocery store shelf as well, but remember that it likely contains added refined sugars as well as other ingredients.

To make these Vegan, use a sweetener other than honey, like agave. Use raw honey, if you can. Regular honey will work fine, of course. But it’s nutritive properties have been cooked out with pasteurization. If you don’t have raw cacao powder, your average baking cocoa will work just the same. Organic, unrefined coconut oil is best. This is what I use and love.

Click (HERE) to get recipe : HEALTHY Chocolate Dipped Peanut Butter Eggs{Raw & Vegan}