Paleo Chocolate Lovers’ Cookbook Giveaway

paleo chocolate lover's cookbook

I love chocolate.  I can’t remember a single time in my life when  I could pass up a good piece of chocolate and my husband is the same exact way.  With three Paleo chocolate lovers in the house (What? You think the Little wouldn’t get the gene?) I knew that Kelly’s book The Paleo Chocolate Lovers’ cookbook was going to be a hit.  Kelly also blogs over at The Spunky Coconut so go visit her!


paleo chocolate lover's cookbook


Anyhow, back to me and my adoration of all things chocolate.  I had a really hard time picking what would be the first treat to try but I have a seriously criminal weakness for fudge.   I knew is was fate when I saw the gorgeous recipe in her book.

paleo chocolate lover's cookbook

First, it’s easy to make and even easier to eat.   I ate over half the pan – don’t judge o.k.    Every time I took a bite, I felt like I was eating rich dark chocolate ice cream. Nom nom!

paleo chocolate lover's cookbook

I highly recommend this cookbook.  Not only are you getting 80 amazing chocolate recipes but Kelly has included a history of the Cacao bean. There are also a lot of helpful troubleshooting tips inside. So buy it today!

Lucky for you, Victory Belt is sponsoring a giveaway for this fantastic cookbook.  Enter below!


OFFICIAL RULES: No purchase or payment of any kind is necessary to enter or win this sweepstakes. By entering this promotion, entrants accept and agree to be bound by these official rules. Limit one daily entry per household. Entry open to anyone 18 years of age and over, US only. Giveaway ends at 11:59pm on November 11, 2013. Winner will be chosen at random from all eligible entries and will have 48 hours to respond to email notification. Giveaway is sponsored by Victory Belt Publishing; A Girl Worth Saving is not responsible for prize fulfillment



  1. Daniella says

    Paleo Fudge?!?! OMG I have to try this. 80 chocolate recipes in this book is insane! that’s 1 a week for a year and a half! awesome

  2. shaunne solem says


  3. liz overton says

    I learned (and love) that the recipes use dates and some stevia to keep the honey, coconut sugar and the like to a minimum. :)

  4. Gail Forsberg says

    There are a lot of helpful hints in her cook books! Her books are very educational regarding saving resources for the future of our children and our planet!

  5. Virginie says

    I didn’t know this before opening the amazon page link but this book also features 10 savory recipes incorporating chocolate. Who said chocolate was only for dessert!

  6. Jessica says

    I have a couple of Spunky Coconut’s cookbooks already and love them. I can totally rely on them to be free of all the junk that I am allergic to anyway. I just read Molten Chocolate. Molten Chocolate?! What?! I’m in. I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  7. says

    This is a great rescource with my wife and I just starting to branch out with the recipes that are sweet! These books have been a tremendous help! Thanks so much!

  8. Stephanie KL says

    There is a misconception that chocolate is only for desserts. No way, as Kelly proves. She also includes chocolate in entrees, which is divine!

  9. Shawna says

    I’ve learned that there are 80 recipes in this glorious, most wanted book! 10 being savory! How fun is that!!! x

  10. Ellen says

    I learned that Kelly includes a Chocolate Granola recipe that I MUST MAKE! Also, she describes the derivation and properties of different varietals of cacao beans – cool! Thanks for launching this giveaway!

  11. Harriet says

    Love love live Kelly’s recipes! Have her ice cream book and would love to add chocolate to my collection. Those recipes are mouth watering! Go Kelly!

  12. Cindy S. says

    I want to make the recipe on the cover!
    (why aren’t my previous entries for the previous days showing? They did up to yesterday but now they’re back to zero!) Please advise – doesn’t make sense to me. )

    • Cindy S. says

      they eventually showed up – sorry – but they were always showing up in the beginning – this time they didn’t. thanks.

  13. Cindy S. says

    That there’s beautiful pictures WITH the recipes! Love pics with recipes!!!! (I think I realized why my other entries didn’t show up – there might have been a typo in my email address last time. I didn’t have my glasses on & the font is small – just noticed today.)

    • Cindy S. says

      It has said “twitter tweet confirmed”………….I have NOT twittered it yet today. what is going on? I think I may have been off a letter in my email address yesterday but it was yesterday so why isn’t it accepting the tweet for today? I did it earlier in the evening yesterday not at midnight where there would be confusion. It’s also not showing my mandatory entry from above. Please advsie- thanks!

    • Cindy S. says

      Well, it did it again………..I waited the “24 hr window” and it’s only accepting the mandatory entry. It says Twitter tweet confirmed BUT I never tweeted yet…………I always do the mandatory entry first so that I have access to the twitter screen to log in the entry – I think it’s the Url..something like that. Anyway, doesn’t make sense why it won’t let me do this. Again, missing the 5 entries. oh well………………

  14. Cindy S. says

    I’ve seen that Kelly has beautiful photos with the recipes. I love cookbooks that have photos with them to know what the finished product looks like! Thank you Kelly!

  15. Cindy S. says

    It wouldn’t let me do the twitter again. It said I already tweeted but I didn’t! I entered the mandatory entry & then was going to do twitter. If it’s something with the “24 hr” window then shouldn’t it have not accepted my entry for the mandatory entry???? crazy………….

    • says

      Cindy, I’m talking to the company that created the form. I’m hoping to add the entries you missed. I’m so sorry you’re dealing with this hun. Also, I would try to only enter on your desktop not mobile device.

      • Cindy S. says

        Kellly, I think I finally figured out the problem yesterday………….Between the Daylight Savings Time and/or it’s the difference between Eastern Time & Pacific Time. I’m thinking this is originating from ET time & I’m on Pacific Time. I think that has something to do with it. But it still didn’t make sense as I could log in the mandatory but not the twitter……But yesterday I did an earlier time and it worked some how. I know earlier you had said to wait 24 hr window. I will probably try entering my last entry this afternoon. Thanks Kelly for your help.

        • Cindy S. says

          Oh Kelly – I have been using a desktop device. I even tried our laptop but it didn’t acknowledge any entries so went back to desktop. I was using same email address too. Crazy.

  16. april says

    I learned that her daughter suffered brain damage and autism as a result of vaccines and that a paleo diet has helped her tremendously.

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