We all know how to make healthy snacks but it takes some time and a bit of creativity.
With this fun recipe for easy healthy snacks you can be up and walking on the beach with your family by your side.
This healthy snack recipe is a great way to add a bit more variety to the already popular Snack Bar.
It uses the same basic ingredients as Snack Bars, but instead of nuts or chocolate it uses fruit.
You will also need to use the same recipe for the candy or candy flavored treats.
The only difference is that instead of eating them in one big bowl, you can make the snack in multiple small bowls.
It also allows you to eat the whole thing at once.
This is a super quick and easy snack to make and can be done on the go, with just a few simple ingredients.
The RecipeFor this recipe, we used chocolate flavored chocolate bar chips.
You can find these on Amazon for $1.79 each, or you can find them online for $3.99.
For this recipe I used the same ingredients as the Snack Bags, so the only difference was I used chocolate chips instead of cocoa butter.
Chocolate chips are a great addition to this snack bar recipe because they are soft and tasty.
They also taste really good, even if you are not into chocolate.
This recipe also works great as a snack bar or as a treat to give to friends or family who are trying to lose weight.
It is great to add to a Snack bar or snack bar mix that you already have, as well as in a homemade snack bar.
The recipe makes enough for two to three servings.
You could easily add a few more bars or candy treats, if you want.
For this healthy snack bar, I used:8 oz. chocolate bar (I used Trader Joe’s, because I love the name)8 oz peanut butter, melted (I had leftover peanut butter from a batch of Trader Joe, so it was really easy to find)8 Oz. chocolate chips8 oz dark chocolate (I would recommend using a brand that has a bit less sugar than Trader Joe and more sugar than chocolate bars)8 OZ. fresh strawberries, chopped1/2 cup fresh strawberries (I just added a bit to make sure they were soft)1/4 cup fresh raspberries (I added a tiny bit)1 1/2 tsp.
pure vanilla extract2 tsp cinnamon (or to taste)1 tsp.
baking powder (or more to taste, to taste if you like)To make this snack, heat up a large pot of water and add your chocolate chips and peanut butter.
Cook them for about 5 minutes until they begin to turn a light golden brown.
Remove from the heat and set aside.
In a small bowl, combine your strawberries, raspberry, and vanilla.
Combine the strawberries, peanut butter and cinnamon in a medium bowl.
Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl and mix well.
If you have some extra chocolate chips or berries, add that to the batter.
Mix in the strawberries and rasp berries.
Add your remaining ingredients, including the strawberries.
Stir well and continue mixing for about 3 minutes.
(Be sure to stir after you add the berries or you may not have enough batter to hold all the strawberries together.
If this is the case, add some more flour to the mixture and add the strawberries more quickly.
I added more flour than needed to hold the strawberries up together.)
Make the CandyCandy, if desired, in a large bowl.
Combine the remaining chocolate chips, rascberries and vanilla in a small mixing bowl.
You may need to add more chocolate chips if you do not have any leftover bars or bars flavored treats in the refrigerator.
Spread your chocolate chip mixture on the top of your candy bars and set them in the fridge to set.
After they set, take the candy bars out of the fridge and place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a Silpat.
You want to make your candy as close to the edges of the parchment paper as possible.
After the bars have set, place them in a bowl.
Let the bars sit for about 10 minutes, then gently remove the candy bar from the parchment and gently shake off the excess.
To check for chocolate chips before you remove them, pour a little bit of hot water on the candy and see if they stick.
They should start to separate from the candy.
If not, the chocolate chips will be stuck to the candy so just gently lift the candy out of your hands.
Once the candy is out of contact with the parchment, you will have enough candy for a total of about two bars.
If you do need more candy, add more strawberry slices to the mix.
I like to add about 1/4 teaspoon of sugar to each candy bar.