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    Best ingredients to make crack

    Hello all,

    I have watched utube videos read tons and tons of receipes on how to and what to use.

    Some use stevia some use xylitol

    I would love for a really good, good recipe for making crack.

    I am craving chocolate, not a lot just a small bite.

    So any help suggestions, hints, tips just anything will be GREATLY appreciated !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Thanks in advance
    Rene'

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    Ive used Stevia, Xylitol, and Splenda to make my crack. the Stevia was AWFUL and the Splenda isnt bad but the Xylitol is by far the best and it doesnt leave an after taste at all. Hope this helps!

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    i used xylitol, and added a few macadamia nuts to each serving, and it helped.
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    the Xylitol kinda had this cool feeling in my mouth that I thought was odd...how do I get it to not tatse like that?





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    crack?

    Can someone please tell me what recipe you are talking about? Is it home made chocolate that is allowed?

    I would love to know !
    thanks!

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    I'd love to know too - as soon as I read the title I was like WHAT? lol

    Quote Originally Posted by gettingtothebikini View Post
    Can someone please tell me what recipe you are talking about? Is it home made chocolate that is allowed?

    I would love to know !
    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Usagi View Post
    I'd love to know too - as soon as I read the title I was like WHAT? lol
    Here's one recipe that I found in the recipe forum:

    Mock Andes Mints

    2.5T Coconut Oil
    2.5pkgs Truvia - ground fine in mortar & pestle
    2T Hershey's Cocoa Powder
    Dash of Pure Peppermint Extract

    Heat coconut oil in microwave for approx 45 seconds, while oil is heating, grind Truvia in mortar and pestle or magic bullet until extra fine. Remove oil from microwave, stir in Truvia until blended well, add cocoa and blend until very smooth and glossy, add dash of mint extract and BLEND BLEND BLEND - it will incorporate evenly. Test for taste and add Truvia if needed.

    I spoon these into tiny star shaped silicone ice cube molds - the chocolate is a nice smooth dark chocolate flavor with the splash of mint flavor, you'll want to savor these in small, richly decadent pieces.




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    I tried this recipe and thought it would be much better with a little less cocoa powder. I reduced the cocoa powder to about one-half and it was better. I also used Stevia liquid so it didn't have the grainy texture.

    Quote Originally Posted by PeacePilgram View Post
    Here's one recipe that I found in the recipe forum:

    Mock Andes Mints

    2.5T Coconut Oil
    2.5pkgs Truvia - ground fine in mortar & pestle
    2T Hershey's Cocoa Powder
    Dash of Pure Peppermint Extract

    Heat coconut oil in microwave for approx 45 seconds, while oil is heating, grind Truvia in mortar and pestle or magic bullet until extra fine. Remove oil from microwave, stir in Truvia until blended well, add cocoa and blend until very smooth and glossy, add dash of mint extract and BLEND BLEND BLEND - it will incorporate evenly. Test for taste and add Truvia if needed.

    I spoon these into tiny star shaped silicone ice cube molds - the chocolate is a nice smooth dark chocolate flavor with the splash of mint flavor, you'll want to savor these in small, richly decadent pieces.




    "If hunger is not the problem, then eating is not the solution."
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