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These rich chocolate frosted chocolate donuts are an easy and crazy delicious Paleo dessert! Kids love them and they’re fun to make. No one would guess these chocolate donuts are gluten free, dairy free, paleo and even nut free.

These rich chocolate frosted chocolate donuts are an easy and crazy delicious Paleo dessert! Kids love them and they’re fun to make. No one would guess these chocolate donuts are gluten free, dairy free, paleo and even nut free.

Unique DIY headboard ideas that are cheap & easy to make. Many of them would cost under $50 and look so expensive! Perfect for your bedroom or dorm room. There are rustic, modern, and bohemian options so something for everyone.

Unique DIY headboard ideas that are cheap & easy to make. Many of them would cost under $50 and look so expensive! Perfect for your bedroom or dorm room. There are rustic, modern, and bohemian options so something for everyone.

CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER FAT BOMBS: 18g Ghee (or butter) 13g 100% cacao unsweetened chocolate 38g Peanut Butter (or any nut butter) 18g Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Instructions: Place all ingredients in a microwave safe bowl. Nuke in microwave for about 1:30 until you get a melted consistency. Stir well until no clumps remain. Pour into silicon cupcake molds and place in freezer for 10-20 minutes or until solid. Keep in fridge or eat immediately!

CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER FAT BOMBS: 18g Ghee (or butter) 13g 100% cacao unsweetened chocolate 38g Peanut Butter (or any nut butter) 18g Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Instructions: Place all ingredients in a microwave safe bowl. Nuke in microwave for about 1:30 until you get a melted consistency. Stir well until no clumps remain. Pour into silicon cupcake molds and place in freezer for 10-20 minutes or until solid. Keep in fridge or eat immediately!

Example palette: If you are working with red brick siding, try painting your front door black and then choosing a gray-blue or blue-green color for the rest of the house, such as Heather Gray 2139-49 (siding A), Intrigue 1580 (siding B), or Galapagos Green 475 (Siding C), all from Benjamin Moore.

Example palette: If you are working with red brick siding, try painting your front door black and then choosing a gray-blue or blue-green color for the rest of the house, such as Heather Gray 2139-49 (siding A), Intrigue 1580 (siding B), or Galapagos Green 475 (Siding C), all from Benjamin Moore.