Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

Yes. Yes, you read that correctly. Almond Buter + Sea Salt + Dark Chocolate.


With the Pinterest success of my first Healthy Peanut Butter Cup recipe…I thought I would give it a mini twist. This recipe is a litte bit different. I didn’t use any coconut oil and I used actual dark chocolate.

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Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups
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Serves: 12 cups
  • 1.5 cups dark chocolate (I use dark chocolate disks)
  • ¼ cup almond butter, drippy
  • ¼ cup almond meal, all natural
  • sea salt
  1. Place dark chocolate in a microwave safe Tupperware container and microwave for a minute. Then stir. Microwave for 20 seconds and stir again. Repeat 2 or 3 times, until all chocolate is melted.
  2. In a medium sized bowl, mix together almond butter and almond meal, set aside.
  3. Line a mini cupcake tin with cupcake liners and fill ¼ of the way with melted chocolate (note this recipe makes 12).
  4. Then, spoon about a dime sized blob of the almond butter mixture onto the melted chocolate.
  5. Cover the almond butter with more melted chocolate, filling the liner about ¾ of the way. Last, sprinkle a few pieces of sea salt on top.
  6. Place in freezer for about 15 minutes, or until hardened!

It’s pretty simple to make and uses minimal ingredients. Feel free to add a touch of honey or maple syrup to your almond butter if you like it a little bit sweeter.

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

I filled mine about 3/4 of the way and sprinkled just a few pieces of sea salt on top. It really brings out the chocolately flavor!

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

It only took about 15 minutes for my cups to harden.

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

If you eat them right away, the almond butter should still be drippy on the inside. If you let them sit in the freezer for an hour or longer, then the almond butter will be frozen.You should be fine to store them in an air tight container in a dark, cooler place in order to have the almond butter stay melty. I kind of like it frozen though :)

Almond Butter Sea Salt Cups

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  1. says

    I love the almond butter twist, doubly so since I can’t have peanuts! Interesting that you combined almond butter and almond meal, presumably to get the almond part a little thicker? When I make my own almond butter (in the Vitamix) it doesn’t turn out as oily the store or food processor versions, so I’d probably just use it as is.

    • says

      That is absolutely fine! I should have specified that in my directions :) I simply added the almond flour in order to thicken it up! Go for it without it!

  2. Elizabeth says

    Oh my. I had one after dinner…needed a moment alone 😉 SO YUMMY. You have a new follower. Not sure who retweeted this for me to see it…but I am truly thankful. :)

  3. Holly says

    Is there another chocolate I can use if I don’t have a dark chocolate bar or disk on hand – such as semi-sweet dark morsels?

  4. says

    Just took these out of the freezer and ate one. OUT-standing!! What an absolutely quick, easy and delicious treat. Thank you for a new favorite :)

    • says

      YAY!!!!!! So glad you give them the gold seal! I love keeping these in my freezer for a delicious treat after dinner 😀 I’ve made them with cashew butter…and peanut butter too!


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