These coconut melts, appropriate from stage one of the GAPS intro diet, help to ease constipatation, as well as raise dipping blood sugars. They are packed full of benefits- read on find out more!
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GAPS Stage One Coconut Melts

Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time10 mins
Total Time15 mins
Author: Jaclyn Harwell

Ingredients

Instructions

  • If both the coconut oil and raw honey are soft, blend them together using either a whisk or a stick blender.
  • If either are too hard for mixing, you can warm them gently over low heat in a small saucepan. They will separate, so you will have to place the pot in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes to be able to mix them together. Check them after a few minutes and try to combine them using a stick blender. If they still don't combine, put it back in the fridge for a few more minutes. Be careful not to let them get too cold and harden, or you'll have to melt them again.
  • Once you have the coconut oil and raw honey combined, you can either spread the mixture into a small, flat dish so that you can cut it into pieces, or use a butter knife to scrape it into silicone molds like this.
  • Pop in the freezer for 5-10 minutes, then either cut into squares or gently pop out of the molds. Start slowly, giving kids only a small piece, then working up from there. My kids call them candy and beg for them, so I have to limit them or they would eat them all!