Oh man. People are going to be angered by this post. It’s ok angry humans, you don’t actually have to consume it. So thankfully you can hush. Hush my child. Did you see all the negativity on my instagram yesterday? Man, it was exhausting. I don’t know why people get so frustrated when I post something they don’t like? There’s a really simple solution to that issue: don’t try it and keep scrolling on your instagram. Problem solved? I can’t imagine what it would be like to be one of their Kardashians. Have you ever seen their instagrams? People are so mean. I don’t know how people become such mean, ugly people. It’s annoying. Thankfully, I’m over here still eating amazing food!

I ate way too many of these things yesterday. Creating recipes is tough sometimes. Kind of. I mean, I make it worse on myself. Why do I actually need to lick the spoon? I know exactly what it’s going to taste like every time: chocolate. But I still do it. Stupid.

I still have a weird stomach bug. But nothing happens. No throwing up. No other things that you don’t speak of on a blog. Nothing. Just pains. Pains to where it hurts to stand up. I keep working out through the pain since I’m not dying, but it’s really not that fun. Do you think I have a tape worm? That’s a huge fear of mine. Seeing tape worms online is pretty much the most horrific and nightmare causing sight there is to see. If I have a tape worm, I’ll scream. Do they just pull it out of you? Is it like choking on a hair and pulling it out of your throat, but it’s actually a tape worm?? Omg I just gagged. I hate this paragraph.

Thankfully, today is my rest day. So I’m getting my hair done. That way I can sit and not be in as much pain, but still feel kind of sexy. I think I’m going to go a little blonder this time around. Mostly so when my blonde roots grow out, it’s less noticeable. And I don’t look like I’m balding when the sun hits it a certain way.

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Salted Chocolate Coconut Pistachio Clusters

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  • Yield: 10-12 1x

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Instructions

  1. Melt chocolate in a bowl. Mix in coconut extract.
  2. Fold in pistachios.
  3. Line a plate with parchment paper. Use a spoon to scoop of spoonful of the chocolate mixture and push onto the parchment paper.
  4. Sprinkle with a little tiny bit of salt and sprinkle with coconut.
  5. Repeat with all the chocolate pistachios. Makes 10-12 clusters.
  6. Place in freezer and let cool for 30 minutes or more.
  7. Once chocolate is hard, eat up. Store in fridge in a container.

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64 Comments

  1. Whit says:

    I’ve already made these twice now. The second time I mixed whole almonds in with the pistachios and roasted them in the oven for a little bit before coating them in chocolate. I also used gourmet French grey sea salt (not terribly expensive) and that made a wonderful difference.
    However, I have had trouble with the chocolate seizing as soon as I add the coconut extract both times that I’ve tried it. So my chocolate coating isn’t as smooth as what’s in your pictures. It still tastes great, just isn’t as pretty. Any suggestions?

  2. Niki says:

    I have been looking forward to making these since seeing this pic last week. I think it is safe to say mine had a much higher chocolate-pistachio ratio. I had a leftover 1/4 can of coconut milk and had read somewhere that what makes those ludicrously tasty Lindor chocolates (the red wrapped balls) so good is that they have coconut oil in them. So I thought I’d mix the chocolate with the coconut milk before adding the pistachios. And oh my god it makes them melt in your mouth delicious. It completely changes the texture without a hugely coconutty flavour. I think they melt much more quickly, but that’s ok because mine are definitely not going to be lasting long. Thanks so much for a great recipe!

  3. Kimbery says:

    These were amazing. Today was the second time making them. I had to add more chocolate to mine, something went weird with the melting this time, and adding more made it smoother. I don’t think anyone will give a hoot 😉 I ended with 8 massive clusters. Had I actually not gone so “large and in charge” with these, probably would have made closer to 16 small clusters (again – due to the increase in chocolate, no other change was made). Very easy to make, as I was able to make these during a break from work (work from home). Now I know I have an option later when my sweet craving hits. Thanks for another great recipe!






  4. Christine says:

    These were insane! I served them at a CAbi party I was hosting, and, I kid you not, the guests said, “oh my god, that’s Paleo?!”






  5. Cindy says:

    I made these last weekend and they really couldn’t have been any easier. This will be a good one for Christmas parties or any occasion. Super super easy and really good with the crunch and the salt/sweet combo… mmm!

  6. sarah says:

    When I got home from CrossFit this morning I noticed my mother was having a really bad day. She is a hospice nurse so she takes care of dying people from their homes. I made this recipe for the first time and it was SO YUMMY! I made enough for us to have at the house and sent my mom with some for the family of her terminally Ill patient. Thank you for brightening multiple people’s days today! Love from Wyoming! 5 STAR recipe!

    Very respectfully,
    Sarah

  7. Sara says:

    These were so fast and delicious! They were also a hit with kids who were happy to help make them and eat them!

  8. Nicole says:

    Does it matter if the pistachios are “roasted and salted”? I found that these are more readily available, and already unshelled. Didn’t know if it would make a difference flavor wise though. Thank you!

    1. juli says:

      not you don’t have to use those

  9. Cris says:

    Love this! A friend made them a coue of weeks ago and i could not stop eating them! I just asked for the recipe so i could make them myself so i just got this link. It is my firt time visiting this website and judging by the taste of these clisters, i will be trying more of your recipes. I do not follow a paleo “diet” but have been considering it for a while…maybe your recipes will convert me! Thanks!