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Welcome to another edition of Family Friendly Friday!  Todays recipe comes from my friend Katie over at This Chick Cooks.  Katie and I do a blog carnival (Whole Foods Wednesdays), together every Wednesday!  If you haven’t joined us for Whole Foods Wednesday, stop on by every Wednesday for amazing healthy recipes and tips!

My girls and I made some homemade ice cream out of a baggie last night.  I still can’t believe I can make ice cream in 10 minutes time! :) They wanted some chocolate sauce to go on top. What a perfect opportunity to try a new recipe!  So I headed over to This Chick Cooks and got this amazing recipe.  You can view Katie’s original recipe here but I did adapt it slightly. I advocate against using microwaves so I used a double boiler to melt the chocolate chips and coconut oil.  It only takes 2 minutes to melt the chocolate this way.  I also used a little less coconut oil, only 2 teaspoons.  So head on over and get this wonderful recipe!  Get Recipe…


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