I’m not claiming this is healthy, But by spreading the chocolate thinly, the idea is you’ll eat less of it! And with additional toppings adding to the nutritional value, it’s a step closer to being healthier. It’s certainly better than demolishing a family size block of milk chocolate. You might need to put it out of sight in an air tight container fairly quickly though otherwise you’ll be coming back for more. midlifemenu.com/recipes/chocolate-barkRead More
I absolutely love peanut butter and when combined with dark chocolate, I’m in heaven! If you have a weakness for Reece’s peanut butter cups then I think you’re going to like this recipe. Am I saying they’re healthy? Well…not exactly but they’re certainly lower sugar and higher protein than the bought versions so they are steps in the right direction. You can make them with all different nut or seed butters or even tahini. www.midlifemenu.com/recipes/dark-chocolate-peanut-butter-cupsRead More
If you’re after a (slightly) lower sugar alternative to chocolates, try this recipe for almond chocolate bites. With dark chocolate and whole nuts, there’s no nasties or processed ingredients. Perfect for that little pick-me-up just when you need it without undoing all your healthy eating habits. Enjoy! midlifemenu.com/recipes/almond-chocolate-bitesRead More
This is a super easy and healthy alternative to ice cream. No cream or dairy of any sort in this. And frozen bananas are fabulous for whipping up a frozen creamy dessert.
Yes, bananas are higher in sugars than many fruits but in comparison to icecream or other frozen desserts, they're still a much healthier alternative with plenty of nutrients. With just a three ingredients, unless you want to add extras, you’ll have this whipped up in no time! midlifemenu.com/recipes/chocolate-ice-creamRead More