I’m declaring Mondays as dessert days. Because I can. And want to.

Wanna know something. I didn’t even come up with this recipe title. A guy named Kyle did. He saw one of the pictures I posted on my @paleomg instagram of this delicious recipe and named it. He’s a genius. And an awesome follower. Thanks Kyle for trying my recipes often and taking great pictures of them to share with the instagram world!

Ok I need to vent. I literally cannot remember the last time I went shopping…and didn’t cry. Every single freaking time, I cry. If that’s not some bullsh*t right there, I don’t know what is. It’s just ridiculous. I work my god damn ass off in the gym, I eat pretty god damn healthy, and for what? For more god damn cellulite to show? Ughhhhh. I swear, when I was skinny and weak and jello-y, I had a lot less cellulite. But now that muscle is actually growing, muscle that I never knew I even had, my cellulite is being pushed to the surface making it look like I haven’t worked out a day in my life. I’m pissed people. Like real pissed. I don’t think there is anything in this world that I hate more than cellulite. Oh wait, people who don’t cellulite. I hate those people. Sorry for not being sorry.

Ok, let’s take a deep breath. I’m sorry for being an emotional assh*le. And I’m sorry for saying god a lot of times. My mother will be disappointed. Especially with how I worded that last sentence. Either way, I still hate you people without cellulite. Plain and simple.

Speaking of people with no cellulite, I had a partner competition with my friend Krystle this weekend. She has no cellulite, and the shortest shorts in the world. If anyone in this world can pull off stupid short shorts, it’s her. I have really good looking friends in the first place, but she may take the cake. She has a six pack, big boobs, and a great butt. It’s just bullsh*t. Thankfully I like her so I don’t talk sh*t about how perfect she is. Other than over the internet.

Anywho, she did awesome! It was her first competition and I couldn’t have been more proud to call her my competition partner. She pushed hard, she gave it her all, and she smiled through the whole thing. It was awesome to see. And the best thing is she is all signed up for an individual competition next month which will be super cool to watch. She’s just great. Watch us go!

Krystle, you’re the best. Thanks for letting me be part of your first competition. Can’t wait to see how strong you get in the next year.

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Coconut Klondike Bites

  • Yield: 10-12 1x




  1. Place shredded coconut, coconut cream concentrate, coconut oil, vanilla, and salt into a food processor and blend until you get a slightly chunky texture.
  2. Place silicone liners into your muffin tin. If you don’t have silicone liners, use regular paper muffin liners.
  3. Use a large spoon to scoop out about 2 tablespoons worth of coconut mixture and place into your muffin tins. Press down until flat.
  4. Once all your muffins liners are filled, melt your chocolate.
  5. Either place chocolate into a bowl and into the microwave to heat for 30 seconds, then stir, and repeat until chocolate is melted but not burnt. OR use a double boiler to melt down your chocolate. Microwave is easier for lazy people, like yours truly.
  6. Use a spoon once again to scoop out about 1 tablespoon of chocolate and pour onto your coconut cups until the coconut is completely covered. Repeat on all your coconut cups.
  7. Place in freezer for about 20 minutes or until chocolate is frozen.
  8. These will be very hard so you may need to let one sit for a couple minutes at room temperature before biting in. Or break your tooth. Whatever suits your fancy.
  9. Keep in fridge or freezer to help with chocolate melting.
  10. Eat and be merry.

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  1. Christina says:

    You are so hard on yourself! I can relate. I have been doing CrossFit for two months, and cellulite that I never had has appeared. WTF???? But I have also learned that I am naturally stupid strong, which is so much better than the lumps and bumps which have magically appeared on my bum and legs. You are amazing and I wish I was half as talented as you! Keep it up!

  2. mary says:

    Your blog was very familiar to me. I’m an avid, crossfitter, trainer, gym owner, and nutrition student. I used to eat a paleo diet. I don’t anymore. I do think it is a healthy way to eat, i just feel for most people ,the balance of macro nutrients can sometimes be difficult for athletes to maintain. Many of mine were not loosing fat and it is really frustrating especially when you workout so much! I started getting rid of my cellulite when I added in more carbs! Muscles need carbs! If you want to stick to paleo try some more yams and sweet potatoes or yummy carrot soup! I lost 10 lbs of fat and added more in muscle 🙂 love your recipes 🙂 I think you look great but know how your feeling. I went through the same thing!

  3. mELODY says:

    I make these often and get requests to make these! They are so good! I usually just put them in a glass square dish and make “brownies” instead of the cups. I’m just really lazy.

  4. Debora says:

    Thank you, the are delicious!