Because bacon tastes good in every way shape and form...including dessert. I'll also just throw in that this tastes freakin' awesome with guacamole. Sounds weird. But it's amazing.
Much like anything that involves melting chocolate in the microwave and then freezing it, this "recipe" should be included in a Paleo for Dummies handbook. I'm not sure that processes such as microwaving and freezing with zero leg work in between qualifies me as a stellar "chef"...but the ROI of said microwaving and freezing these simple ingredients will make you want to slap your grandma. That's a saying, right?
As a kid, I was always outraged when I drew Almond Joys out of trick or treat baskets on Halloween. I thought they were the worst. That was before I realized that coconut is in fact a magical fruit. Ironically, coconut has become a routine staple in my diet. I absolutely love it. It probably makes its way into at least two meals per day.
I would describe these cups as knock offs. But not the crappy, blatantly obvious knock offs that you find from a shady online website that may or may not be legal. More like the knock offs you find in the back, secretive alleys of China town. You know...the $50 Chanel knock off rather than the $10 one. Ok...too much digression. Back to the paleo point.
With Easter around the corner, I started thinking about all the Easter candy I would probably miss out on (or cheat with...). I don't know about you, but my favorite Easter treat by far is the Reese's Egg. Fine, there is no ingredient difference between a Reese's Egg and a standard Reese's cup...but there is something about the seasonal egg shape that makes the candy so much more satisfying. It's science. If you're presented with a Reese's Egg during Easter, you're pretty much obligated to eat it.