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Old 05-17-2019, 05:42 PM   #1
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Default Cinnamon "Sugar" Cracklins

You guys liked my first idea so well, I thought I would give another one them a a try. Started by melting some chocolate and 2 tbsp of butter in the microwave. Then stirred in 10 drops of better stevia.


Mixed up some freshly grated nutmeg, 1 tbsp of cinnamon and 2 tbsp of golden monkfruit sweetener.

Put it in a zip bag, and gave it a shake. Very reminiscent of cinnamon toast crunch cereal at this point.

Then I drizzled them with the melted chocolate and butter. Should have done this on some parchment, but it worked out ok.

Put them in the freezer for about 20 minutes to setup, and this is what they looked like, after I broke them apart.

Sifted on a tsp of powdered swerve.


Make these the keto way, or do it the real deal, and I doubt you'll ever want another chocolate coated pretzel.

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Old 05-17-2019, 06:00 PM   #2
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Decadence at it's best Josh.
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Old 05-17-2019, 06:00 PM   #3
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I would definitely like to try those
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Very interesting, and as always, well executed!

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Decadence at it's best Josh.
Thanks, it really isn't that decadent, it just tastes that way.


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Wow. Gonna try this
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You certainly are going for the fences with those cracklins. Should we take a poll on your next creation?
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You certainly are going for the fences with those cracklins. Should we take a poll on your next creation?
What can I say I like crunch, and cracklins are one of the few ways to get it. Poll away, I am always up for an interesting idea.
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good looking snack Josh
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My son likes to put peanut butter on cracklins. Are yours homemade or store bought?
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My son likes to put peanut butter on cracklins. Are yours homemade or store bought?
16Adams mentioned peanut butter the other day. At first I thought he was crazy, but the more I thought about it, it sounds like it might work. I was thinking of maybe a cracker jack kind of mix, made with cracklins instead of popcorn.

These were store bought, I was using up the rest of the bag, from my cheetos post.
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Instead of cracker jack, how about roasted almond and praline?
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Instead of cracker jack, how about roasted almond and praline?
Sounds good, I love pralines, but haven't had any, since going low carb. I'm sure it is possible, but will take some research.
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Sounds good, I love pralines, but haven't had any, since going low carb. I'm sure it is possible, but will take some research.
Not much diff on carbs then caramel and peanuts, just a diff flavor. More decadent i think.
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Savory and sweet. I’m sure that was an awesome combination!
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