I’ve had this recipe brewing in my head for a while now and finally got around to testing it out the other day. I seriously bought the fresh lemon to make these over two weeks ago! Lucky for me, lemons stay good for a while in the fridge. Anyway, these are delectable little fat bombs with a refreshing lemony and lavender flavor. They’re the perfect little after dinner treat and quite satisfying too. The lavender in them is just right and tastes so lovely. If you aren’t a fan of lavender, you can omit the oil (and flowers) and add 2 drops of peppermint or orange essential oil instead. These are also tasty plain, but I think it’s fun to add a little extra something.
Please make sure to only use pure therapeutic essential oils for cooking. Many essential oils that are sold in stores are not 100% pure and can be chemically adulterated. These are not meant for consumption! My essential oil of choice is Young Living. Learn where to get high quality essential oils HERE.
- 7 oz box coconut cream concentrate, melted (find here)
- 5 Tbsp coconut oil, melted
- 2 Tbsp raw honey
- 2 tsp fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- Pinch of sea salt
- 1 drop lavender essential oil (find out where to buy therapeutic grade oils HERE)
- Dried lavender flowers for garnishing, optional
- In a large bowl, mix the first six ingredients together until smooth (the texture will be a little gritty from the coconut cream concentrate — just make sure it’s all blended well!).
- Then, add the drop of lavender essential oil and stir again.
- Line a mini muffin pan with mini paper liners. Alternatively, you can place the liners on a baking sheet, but they might be a little misshapen. Spoon mixture into the liners.
- Place in the fridge to chill about 10-15 minutes (mixture should still be a little tacky). Remove and garnish with lavender flowers, if using. Then place back in the fridge to set completely.
- Store in the refrigerator. You can eat them cold, right out of the fridge or let them soften slightly at room temperature before eating.
Yields: 17 meltaways