Yesterday was an empty day. You know the kind…no matter what you eat, not matter how much, you’re still hungry.
So, I was foraging around the pantry looking for something to fill me up when I stumbled upon a very old bag of pretzels. I think they expired last year.
I’m not a huge fan of pretzels, they always taste stale to me, regardless of the expiration date. And I like sweet snacks, not salty. So my first thought was to dip them in chocolate sauce.
Then I remembered that I gave up sugar for this month.
Then I remembered the glaze that I put on my sugar-free doughnuts.
Then I remembered a variety of sprinkles sitting in my pantry. Just waiting to be put to use.
Sprinkles make everything better, am I right?
Then I remembered that sprinkles are just colorful bits of sugar, and I made myself a peanut butter drizzled pretzel to enjoy.
I guess Babycakes will have to eat the rest for me.
I don’t think she’ll mind.
Sugar-Free Chocolate Sauce
- ½ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- ½ cup agave
- ¼ cup coconut oil, melted
Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high until smooth. Could that be any easier?
This makes way more than you need to cover six pretzels like I did, so just go wild. Almonds, strawberries, spoons – all of these things love being dipped in chocolate.