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Rachel Dolezal Now Sells Homemade Lollipops, Just FYI

Rachel Dolezal Now Sells Homemade Lollipops, Just FYI


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The white former NAACP activist is selling lollipops from a line of homemade candy on her website.

In case you were wondering what disgraced former NAACP activist Rachel Dolezal was doing with her life besides claiming to be trans-racial and appropriating black culture, she’s making lollipops. The white woman is selling her candy line, called Gimme Some Sugar, on her website in packs of five for $8 or of 10 for $16.

Apparently, lollipop-making has been an ongoing hobby of Dolezal’s, as evidenced by the little blurb on the product page. “Since I was in the 4th grade, I made lollipops to sell at school to earn money to pay for new shoes and clothes,” she writes. “If you have never tasted a homemade lollipop, you are definitely missing out! Try one of my original flavors and give your mouth a treat.”

She makes such enticing flavors as banana pudding, butterscotch, grape soda, forest mint, cotton candy, cherry bourbon, root beer, watermelon, and bubble gum. Dolezal is also selling homemade candles and soaps. Hopefully her lollipops leave a better taste in our mouths than her performance of blackness! They definitely can’t be as bad as these 10 restaurant social media disasters.


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


I love making my own peanut butter. You have all the control — the amount of salt or honey is up to you. Plus, you can get creative. We make our basic peanut butter crunchy. Sometimes, we add almonds. And when we’re feeling bold, we make chocolate peanut butter. (It is seriously good).

Are you game for whirling up some peanuts and making your very own peanut butter? You really can make our peanut butter recipe in under 15 minutes. In fact, most of that time is roasting the peanuts.

After roasting, throw peanuts into the bowl of a food processor. Turn on and watch as the peanuts turn into crumbs, then a thick paste, and finally smooth, shiny peanut butter. It’s almost magical.

Here’s what the peanut butter looks like at the beginning of processing. Very crumbly.

After a minute, the peanut butter looks more like a thick paste. It needs more time.

Then, after a bit more processing the whole mixture just sort of gives up and turns into a silky smooth peanut butter. It’s at this point that you can add sweetness with honey or a little seasoning with salt. For extra smooth peanut butter, you can also add a tiny bit of oil, but that’s completely up to you.

Homemade Almond Peanut Butter

Now that you are a pro at making basic peanut butter, get creative and play. One of our favorite twists is to use equal parts of peanuts to almonds. By the way, if you only use almonds, you can make almond butter.

The process is the same, roast then add all the nuts to a food processor, turn on and watch the magic happen. Add salt, honey (or maple syrup) as needed then check the consistency — we have found the peanut almond butter needs a little more oil added.

For homemade almond butter, take a look at this recipe. We add a little bit of vanilla and cinnamon and it’s amazing!

Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter — Pure Joy

OK, now for my favorite: Chocolate Peanut Butter. Think of it as a peanut-ified Nutella. It’s quick and easy to make. Start with the basic peanut butter then instead of adding honey, add cocoa powder and powdered sugar.

The result? Creamy, chocolaty goodness — we’re absolutely in love with it.

(Chocolate and peanut butter has to be one of our favorite combos — see our Easy Bar Cookie Recipe with Peanut Butter Cups or our Chocolate Covered Rice Krispie Treats)

You decide. Basic peanut butter, peanut almond butter, chocolate peanut butter or would you make your version? We want to know. Just leave your response in the comments below.

Recipe updated, originally posted February 2013. Since posting this in 2013, we have tweaked the recipe to be more clear. – Adam and Joanne


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