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7 healthier ways to use up your leftover Easter chocolate

Jacqueline Alwill

Brown Paper Nutrition

In case you had some leftover of course… here are some of the best ways you can use the remains. Incorporating the sugary chocolate with protein, fibre and healthy fats to help to reduce blood glucose highs and lows, stabilise energy levels and appetite and leave you satisfied with one.

Click on the titles to grab the recipes below and use up that chocolate with a kicker of whole food inspiration!

  1. BERRY CHOCOLATE PUFF SLICE 
  2. FRUIT AND NUT CHOCOLATE BAR AKA POWER CHOCOLATE
  3. HAZELNUT CHOCOLATE COOKIES
  4. CHOC CHIP TAHINI COOKIES (RECIPE FROM SOMETHING SWEET)
  5. NUT FREE CARAMEL SLICE (RECIPE FROM SOMETHING SWEET)
  6. FUDGEY PUMPKIN CHOCOLATE TART.STAY TUNED FOR MY VERSION OF THE FUDGEY CHOCOLATE PUMPKIN TART ON IG… I’ve popped another ingredient in there to give it the Sweet Combo I spoke about in Sweet Snacks!
  7. CHOCOLATE TOFU MOUSSE… have you heard of this viral trend combining silken tofu and melted chocolate? I’m trying it this week, watch in Instagram Stories as I give you my take on it. 

 

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