I don’t want to act like I hated these…because I didn’t. I f*cking loved them. I ended staying strict on my 21 Day Sugar Detox to eat a couple of these. I love them. Did I say I love them? Because I figured something out. I need my sugar sometimes. It’s just what I need. If I want to keep my friendship and my relationship, I need chocolate sometimes. I’m sorry, I just do. As Sergio explained it, I’ve given up grains, then dairy, then nuts, and did a whole 21 day sugar detox to help cut out fruit, so why would I cut out one of the few things that make me happy. Which is true. Dark chocolate makes me happy. And I like being happy.

Disclaimer: I still think that everyone should do an entire 21DSD. Why? Because it’s awesome. And broke my crazy chocolate covered walnut and sunbutter and banana addiction. Do it, DO IT.

I would like to voice my opinion real quick. Ok, why the f*ck don’t we have classes that teach us how to do our taxes. How are we suppose to know? Maybe I’m just a complete tard and just starting to understand the real world since I’m 24, but my gosh, I don’t understand how we are just suppose to know this sh*t. Does it just come with time? Does it just come with hearing things from your friends? Or your parents? Or the government when they come after you? I don’t really know. I’m slowly figuring out, but not really loving the ride. It’s confusing. And stressful. And being a small business owner kind of sucks in some ways. So my opinion, and recommendation, is that schools start teaching basic tax classes. You teach us math, how to spell correctly (which has been erased with the use of spell check) and even teach us how to have a good interview…but you don’t teach us how to utilize our money correctly so the government doesn’t come after us and ruin our lives? I don’t get it. But I for one am frustrated with my college education.

Anyone else frustrated with the fact that mac computer cases don’t include a power cord pouch? I sure am.

Ok, back to positivity. I bought TWO new aprons yesterday. Both for Paleo Fx this week in Austin!! I’ll be doing a cooking demo and am lucky enough to hang out with people such as Michelle from NomNom Paleo, Diane from Balanced Bites, Melissa from The Clothes Make the Girl, Sarah Fragoso from Everyday Paleo, Robb Wolf, Hayley and Bill from Primal Palate, Stacy from Paleo Parents and a ton more other amazing people. It’s going to be intense paleo out there. Intimidating? Kind of. But I’ll still be stuffing my face either way.

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Blueberry Apple Pie Trail Mix Balls

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  1. Mix everything together.
  2. Shape into balls.
  3. Place in the fridge for 30+ minutes to set.
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  1. serenity says:

    Love your blog and your recipes!!! I just started CrossFit recently (still doing on-ramp sessions), and I love it.

    Is there any way to figure out how to do the 21DSD without buying the book?

  2. Jamee says:

    I decided to do the 21-Day Sugar Detox with you and so far so good, but I am super tired. I don’t know why. I am getting good sleep at night. I am actually sleeping way better! In the morning I have two eggs with some meat and veggie, mid morning I have a veggie with some protein, lunch is usually left over dinner and sometimes in the afternoon I have another veggie/protein type snack. Dinner is any variation of meat and veggie. I am drinking water and tea and sometimes Kombucha. Days 1 and 2 I felt great, now I can’t shake the yawns all day long. I Crossfit M-W-Sa.

  3. dane b says:

    so, my mrs. made these balls last night. when i got home from work this morning, i ate some. they were freaking awesome. and, we made it more economical by making our own paleo crunch and drying our own blueberries. gotta stay on budget!

    here is the recipie for the crunch.


    thanks for posting this. and i’m glad i could freely say “balls” so much in this post.

  4. Tracy Warner says:

    Hi! Thank you for all of your posts! I come here often to scan your recipes and get great ideas. I am curious what kind of baking soda you use? I am gluten/dairy/soy free and concerned about cross reactional foods causing reactions…I’d love to know what you use! Thank you!

    1. juli says:

      i just use regular stuff i see in the store but i’m sure you could find something else online to make sure you don’t get the cross reaction

  5. Jackie says:

    This recipe looks so yummy!! By the way, you got jipped, I spent a few weeks practicing tax returns at the wee age of 14 in some class… I even got to watch videos made in the 80s about the wonderful world of tax returns. It wasn’t accounting… hmm… it was called “Life Economics” I think. Yay, my school did something right! (Trust me, it isn’t a given)

  6. Jackie Longmire says:

    Is this cereal available at grocery stores? I live in Kingston, Ontario and was wondering where I might purchase this as I really want to try this recipe 🙂

    1. juli says:

      I don’t think it’s in grocery stores there quite yet

  7. Jennifer says:

    This recipe was amazing. OMG I can’t stop eating them. Great for a day hike.

    Why is everybody talking about taxes?