Homemade Oreos! Low Carb Healthy Halloween Recipe! – Mind Over Munch

Homemade Oreos! Low Carb Healthy Halloween Recipe! – Mind Over Munch

August 1, 2019 100 By William Morgan


“BREAKING NEWS!
This just in: across the globe, Oreo eaters
are undergoing zombification.
Experts suggest…”
What do you wanna do?
I dunno, what do you wanna do?
I dunno…I just asked you.
You want an Oreo?
You know, those aren’t very good for you.
*MUFFLED* “I REPEAT: Stay away from the
Oreos.”
“I REPEAT: Stay away from the Oreos.”
*DEEP VOICE* Those aren’t very good
for you…
Those aren’t very good for you…
…Christian?
*SCREAM*
BREAKING NEWS!
This just in: across the globe, Oreo eaters
are undergoing zombification.
Experts suggest that the high-sugar, highly-processed,
highly-ARTIFICIAL nature of the beloved sandwich
cookie
is literally SUCKING THE LIFE OUT OF PEOPLE
and turning them into the undead.
Anyone who hasn’t yet been zombified, stay
away from Oreos!
I REPEAT: Stay away from the Oreos.
Should you encounter an Oreo zombie, or if
you’re in the presence of one now,
here’s what you need to know:
Initially, an Oreo zombie craves MORE Oreos.
But beware—feeding these cravings only FURTHERS
the process of zombification,
which ultimately results in a craving for
human brains.
There is only one cure: a healthy, homemade
alternative.
Let’s show some of that footage.
For the low carb wafer, combine almond
flour, coconut flour,
cocoa powder, baking soda, baking powder and
salt.
Sift the mixture so it’s smooth with no
lumps.
In a stand mixer, combine softened
grass fed butter
or solid but softened coconut oil—
Then add eggs and sweetener of your choice.
Gradually add the sifted dry mixture to the
wet
and mix over medium-low until well integrated.
It will be a bit crumbly, but that’s fine!
Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and refrigerate
for about 20 minutes to firm up.
Then you can take out about a 1/4 of the
dough mixture
and roll it out really thin between parchment—1/8
of an inch thin, or even less!
Use a circle cookie cutter, or even the bottom
of a glass to cut out your circles.
Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet
and bake them up.
They shouldn’t rise much because we want
these to be thin, crisp wafers.
BEWARE!
They will burn quickly so keep an eye on them!
Once those are out of the oven, allow to cool
completely.
They will crisp up as they cool, so don’t
fret if they are still a bit soft.
In the meantime, make your filling!
Add in some powdered sugar—be sure to use
a sugar free variety for low carb.
I’ve linked one below and have a video showing
how to make one, too.
You can use grass fed butter or coconut oil,
but again,
butter will yield the more classic Oreo texture
and flavor.
Vanilla extract, salt, and a splash of milk.
Use a hand mixer to whip that up,
and feel free to make these REALLY feel like
Halloween
with some natural orange dye for your filling.
Then you can refrigerate it until you’re
ready to use.
When your filling has set and your cookies
are completely cool, you can assemble!
Frost one cookie,
place another one on top,
and feel free to refine that filling with
an offset spatula
if you want them picture perfect.
You can enjoy as is,
but I actually think these are best after
they’ve sat in the fridge for a few hours!
They retain their crispiness
and the filling will firm up without any fillers
or processed ingredients needed.
So delicious!
This recipe is powerful enough to bring back
the dead.
We hope you’ll give this video a thumbs up
and share it,
so others can access this life-saving information.
If you’re looking for other healthy, homemade
treats to keep on hand this Halloween,
turn to this Halloween eBook as your resource.
It’s full of clean candies and desserts
which can reverse zombification
and nourish zombies back to life.
Do keep your healthy, homemade treats on hand
in the event that you encounter a zombie.
When you do, be cautious!
It’s difficult to tell if a zombie is still
in an Oreo-craving phase,
or if it’s graduated to the brain-craving
phase.
Either way, toss one of your homemade Oreos
in its path because they can’t resist.
These are FANTASTIC, and I’m not turning
into a zombie at all.
Yeah, let’s just hope other people get the
message in time.
Before it’s TOO LATE.
You got rid of those other Oreos, right?
Of course.