Date Me.

Here we go again.

One of my uncles (the same one who is always interested in my relationship status) is once again, trying to play matchmaker.

I know he cares, but seriously, I just want to be left alone.

Now, he wants to hook me up w/ this millionaire 27 year old who basically inherited his family’s money.

Dear Lawd.

I’m not afraid to be in a relationship with a guy.

It’s just that I want to focus on myself right now and when the time is right, then get myself into a serious relationship.

He acts like I’m on my death bed or something.

I’m 26, I’m pretty sure I have my entire life ahead of me…plenty of time to be getting married and popping out babies.

If he keeps on pushing it I will probably go on a date to shut him up and see where that takes us.

Have you ever had that one family member who is super nosey?

Well, I have a lot of nosey family members…but he, he takes the cake.

Or in this case, the cannoli.

Do I have a sign plastered to my forehead that reads: “Single, white female in desperate need of man to satisfy that “void” in her life.”


But because I’m awesome…I’ll give it a shot.

Pray for me.

The only dates I like are the ones in this cookie.


The kind of date that involves coconut and chocolate chips.


Oh yes.


Plus, you don’t have to worry about fixing your hair, make-up, or shopping for a cute outfit.


It’s just you, these raw coconut cookie dough balls,


and netflix.


Feel free to send some advice my way 😉

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Raw Chocolate Chip Coconut Butter Cookies
Recipe type: Cookies
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 10
Creamy coconut butter cookies chock full of sweet dates, coconut, and studded w/ mini dark chocolate for the perfect healthy treat. Gluten-free, vegan, paleo, raw, nut-free, no added sugar.
  • ½ c. soft, pitted Medjool dates
  • ½ c. slightly melted coconut butter
  • 1 c. unsweetened, shredded coconut
  • ½ t. vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  • ⅓ c. vegan mini chocolate chips
  1. Place the dates in a large food processor and puree until a ball forms.
  2. Add the coconut butter , coconut, vanilla, and salt and puree again until a crumbly, sticky mixture begins to form.
  3. Fold in the chocolate chips.
  4. Scoop a small cookie scoop, or your hands, to roll the dough into balls.
  5. Store the cookies in the refrigerator to set.
  6. Devour.



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