Salted Paleo Sunbutter Cups Recipe

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  1. Rob says:

    Where do I buy all these ingredients? Pink Himalayan salt?

  2. Tina says:

    Whereas I like almost all ingredients, I’m insure of sunflower butter. Would not be any where near the same taste. Do not know enough about paleo. But would prefer any other nut, i.e. almond, cashew, walnut,betc.

  3. Laura says:

    Love sunflower seeds ,so I’m sure I will love this treat! I will be making this for sure! I know they have all of these ingredients at my local co-op. Super excited to try this recipe

  4. Sharlene Ellsworth says:

    I imagine the chocolate chips have sugar in them, right? How could I do this recipe without sugar? Especially after reading your article about how sugar is destroying our bodies.

  5. Andrea Beth Trank says:

    How is this if you are also watching your sugars?

  6. Al says:

    Look for Lily’s brand of chocolate chips. They use stevia instead of sugar

    • Ashley says:

      We have a peanut allergy in our family. I love Lily’s chocolate however it is processed in a plant that processed peanuts and can’t use when making a recipe for the fam. 😕 I hope one day Lily’s will have a peanut free facility. One can dream.😊

    • Pamela says:

      But they are so expensive!

  7. Laurie phillips says:

    Can I use tahini for sunflower butter?isn’t that the same? I do buy trader joes organic which does not bother my gut. I will be trying these for my daughter who loves Reese peanut butter cups. Thanks for all your amazing healthy recipez. They are helping me alot with healing my stomach.

    • Hi, Laurie. I don’t recommend substituting sunflower butter for tahini in this recipe. The sunflower butter is thick to replicate peanut butter. Tahini is sesame seed-based and would alter the flavor greatly as well; However, feel free to test what works best for you. I’d love to hear how it turns out.

  8. Sara says:

    Could you provide chocolate quantity in grams, please? It would bè much appreciated

  9. Kathy Hudson says:

    Can i make these with white chocolate?

  10. Megan says:

    Should the dates be soaked ?

  11. Dana says:

    Can you use something else besides coconut oil? We have a conconut allergy in the house. Would Ghee or another oil work?

  12. Kaye says:

    This recipe looks delish! Would you provide the nutritional information for the recipe as it is written? I especially need the Total Carb count (for keto purposes). Thanks

    • Hi Kaye, here is the nutritional information for you: 57 calories, 4.9 grams fat, 4 grams carbs, 1.2 grams fiber (which is 2.8 net carbs total), 2 grams sugar, 1.1 grams protein. I hope this helps!

  13. Lisa says:

    If using regular peanut butter, are the dates and coconut oil necessary?

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