Dessert · Review · sugar 2.0

GIVEAWAY – Salted Dark Chocolate Maple Caramel Almond Butter Bites



One of my favorite things about writing a blog is connecting with local companies. My most recent gold mine find is Georgia Grinders nut butters. Jamie, the CEO and founder, was kind enough to share some of their amazing products with me and is also willing to share two jars of their incredible nut butters with you. You even get to choose which ones! In the end there will be one lucky winner of this giveaway and it shouldn’t be missed.


The rules are really simple….

  1. Like my page @indulgeyourinnerfoodie and @Georgiagrinders on Instagram
  2. Like the giveaway post on Instagram
  3. Tag a friend in the comments = 1 entry You can tag as many people you want in INDIVIDUAL comments
    If the friend you tag enters the giveaway = 2 entries
    Sharing this picture and tagging @Indulgeyourinnerfoodie and @Georgiagrinders = 5 entries
    The winner will be randomly selected and announced Friday morning, April 20, 2018.
    The giveaway is only available in the United States and you must be 18+ to enter.

This contest is only open to those in the United States, and you must be 18+ to enter. The winner will be chosen randomly by a name generator and will be contacted by direct message, as well as on the original post on Friday, April 20, 2018. The winner has 24 hours to answer with their name and mailing address.

georgia+grinders8Georgia Grinders is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia and manufactures all their nut butters there as well. The idea for their company blossomed from a recipe that Jamie’s grandfather had created in a search for whole, health boosting foods. Jamie has carried on his legacy by adding to his original recipe and creating some really amazing new flavors. What I love most about their products is that they are just real food. There aren’t any added sugars, or sugar substitutes, or oils. I always look at the ingredients on products before trying them and thought I must have missed the sugar content when I tasted their Maple Caramel Almond Nut Butter. Nope, nothing added, just one gram of sugar. And it tastes so good! You can feel good about indulging in these energy packed nut butters.

georgia+grinders3Lets get your taste buds fired up with a list of their available products and flavors…..


Maple Caramel (Which will be used in today’s recipe)

Honey Roasted



Salt Free






Cinnamon Vanilla Pecan Peanut Nut Butter (I also tried this one. If you like red hots… you will like this)

Pecan Butter

Pecan Peanut Butter





Honey Roasted

Maple Caramel

georgia+grinders5If that doesn’t make you want to dive into some nut butter, nothing will. And just in case it didn’t get your creative recipe neurons firing I will help you out with a recipe below. It is simple, doesn’t take a lot of ingredients, and has been approved by everyone in my family. They all have different tastes, so that says a lot. If you like a salted chocolate caramel peanut butter combo you won’t want to miss out on this. Whatever you do make sure you hop on over to Instagram and enter the giveaway (See the rules above), make a batch of these yummy treats, sit back, relax, and enjoy!

What flavors will you pick?

Salted Dark Chocolate Maple Caramel Almond Butter Bites

By Angie Gouchenour

8-10 bites


3 Tablespoons + 2 teaspoons ground up pretzels (Measuring after grinding)*

1 Tablespoons Sugar 2.0

¼ cup Georgia Grinders Maple Caramel Almond Butter

1 teaspoon coconut oil – melted

1 ½ ounces Dark Chocolate + ½ teaspoon coconut oil

Sea salt


In a medium bowl combine the ground up pretzels, Sugar 2.0, almond butter, and melted coconut oil

Stir until it comes together in a “dough ball”

Place the dough between two pieces of parchment paper on a flat, moveable, surface (I used a small cutting board)

Roll the dough to approximately ¼ inch thick *

Make the dough as square as possible

Keep between the paper and place in the freezer for 20-30 minutes

Before removing the dough from the freezer use a small bowl to melt your chocolate and coconut oil in the microwave

Heat for 30 seconds, stir, heat another 30 seconds, and remove and stir until the rest of the chocolate melts

Remove the dough from the freezer and cut into squares*

Carefully lift one square at a time with a butter knife and place in the chocolate

Completely cover and lift with a fork and transfer to clean parchment paper using the same flat surface

Sprinkle with a little sea salt

Continue until you have finished all the squares*

Do not cover, but return to the freezer and chill for 10 minutes

You can store in the freezer or refrigerator in a sealed container once the chocolate sets


*Before grinding the pretzels measure approximately a rounded ¼ cup.

*I am not very good at getting square corners so there are some smaller pieces left over these are perfect for dipping at the end when all the chocolate is gone, and you can safe them for yourself. 😊


This blog has not been compensated for this post. I received the above products from Georgia Grinders to try for free. Instagram and Facebook do not have any affiliation with this post. Georgia Grinders will be shipping the product out to the winner once they are chosen. I only endorse products that I truly believe in.

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