Superbowl Sweets

I’m not much for football, especially since the Superbowl often overshadows any birthday celebrations I may plan-  my birthday always falls within a few days of the big event. However, I do like finding great recipes that are Superbowl party-worthy but still healthy!

This particular recipe is great because it’s simple and quick, sweet and easy to share. It’s also great because many of the ingredients are probably already in your house.

There are, I’m sure, as many variations of this recipe as there are football fans, so if you’re more into raisins than chocolate chips, or almond butter as opposed to peanut, change it up as you see fit!

And, as much as I’m not into football, I have to say on behalf of a friend over at 49ers Paradise, that I’m rooting for San Francisco!

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip

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1 (500g) container of 0% plain greek yogurt
3 tbsp light smooth peanut butter
2 tbsp honey (I used Israeli Pure Raw Honey from Gideon Spring)
1 tsp vanilla extract
1-2 pinches sea salt
1/2 cup (or more, to your liking) chocolate chips

Mix all ingredients together, and serve with strawberries, graham crackers or tea biscuits.

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Nutritional Information per tbsp:

28 calories
1g fat
1g protein
4g carbs
0g fibre

Recipe makes about 48 tablespoons


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