It’s like a Reese’s cup, but not at all.

Anywho, I’m having a fun time lately. I’ve been letting loose a little. Not being so uptight. You could say I’ve been untucking my shirt and unbuttoning the top button, if I had shirts with buttons…or pants that you could actually tuck a shirt into. Why did I even say that last sentence?

Wanna know what I did? I consumed a couple alcoholic beverages over the weekend, for the second weekend in a row! What the? Then danced my ass off. And topped it all off with embarrassing myself wakeboarding. What a solid weekend! It’s weird. I’m actually enjoying being social. I’m a bit more tired than usual though. How do you people drink every weekend? And still get sh*t done. All I do is day dream about sleeping in a cloud. God I wish I could sleep in the clouds.

Wakeboarding was Seriously, so fun. At one point, I tried to jump and face planted pretty hard. Water hurts surprisingly bad. I kind of thought I ruptured my ear drum, but I didn’t want to look like a p*ssy in front of this guy, so I blew the snot out of my nose and got back up…to only fall many times after that. I can’t wait to go back again. And learn more stuff. And fall more times. I just have to learn to be braver. Is braver a word? Whatever. Braver people go places. That’s just fact.

Yes, I peed in the lake.

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Blueberry Honey Coconut Cups

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  • Yield: 12 1x




  1. Place a small saucepan over medium heat.
  2. Add your blueberries and honey. Mix to help break down the blueberries.
  3. Once your blueberries have esploded (that means exploded, but is just more fun to say that way), add your coconut oil and coconut cream concentrate.
  4. Mix thoroughly.
  5. Remove from heat and add your shredded coconut and cashews.
  6. Line your muffin tin with silicone liners or paper muffin liners, pour mixture into each cup to a height that you prefer, then place in freezer for 20 minutes.
  7. Consume.
  8. Store in freezer if you have self control.

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  1. Tina says:

    These look amazing – thanks for all th great recipes!

    Mine are frozen on top but the bottoms are liquid….any idea why that would happen?

    1. juli says:

      absolutely no clue

  2. April says:

    I made these last night and they were SO messy… they’re sitting in my freezer right now, can’t wait to try them! Any advice for less of a mess? Thanks!!

    1. juli says:

      i wish! that’s a messy one

  3. Mollie says:

    Wow. Just wow. I made these today with a serious lack of ingredients on hand and they were still amazing. I had no blueberries but had tons of cranberries. Also no nuts. But I DID have lots of local raw honey made just up the road from me so I used that with the coconut butter (homemade…im cheap) and the lovely cranberries. I am still working on my pre-paleo fat phobia so I only used a spoonful of coconut oil along with all that cocnut butter and…THEY ARE THE BEST CREATION EVER! They are also pink, and tart and just yummy. Thank you SO much for this awesome recipe 😀

  4. geri kelly says:

    Hello, i am new at this way of eating and have been trying to figure out the nutritional facts, but dont think im doing to well. My carbs are coming out way too high for mine to be a paleo treat. Any help would be much appreciated!!!!! Thank you

  5. apope says:

    Yesterday I found and made this recipe with almonds and blackberries (as that’s what I had on hand) instead of blueberries and cashews. Like other’s mentioned, I used my mini cupcake pan so they came out as tiny bites and they’re totally perfect. My husband said they’re a definite do again 🙂 I can’t wait to try more flavor combinations! Also, I toasted the almonds and the coconut before combining them and that turned out great. Thanks for this fun recipe!

  6. dee says:

    I made these today as I am pregnant and looking for healthy desert options …the only concern is that all the virgin coconut oil was floating on top and formed a thick layer of just oil and I found that hard to eat by itself…the bottom portion was yummy though…
    I live in the UAE and don’t know where I’d get this brand of oil…is that the issue …because that didn’t emulsify with the cream concentrate and honey with blueberries…

  7. Kathy says:

    These are delicious! I can’t find coconut butter so I just process the heck out of some shredded coconut and it seems to work well for this. I also had some vanilla protein powder laying about and threw some of that in there too. They are plenty sweet and I probably should try the next batch without (or with reduced) honey.