Foodalicious Friday

Posted: February 17, 2012 in Recipes, S&S Tips&Tricks

I really do love chocolate. If you do, too, check out my favorite recipe below 🙂

TGIF! How have your workouts been going lately? Have you been taking advantage of the mild weather, Michiganders, and getting outside for walks and even jogs? What’s on the schedule for this weekend? Do you already have workout ideas and plans? What about meals? Just remember that having a plan is always helpful and often keeps you on-track better than going with how you feel at the time does.

Some food talk for your weekend. What’s good? What’s quick and easy? What’s worth the calories? See below—and let me know what you agree and disagree with and what your favorite recipes are!

Sick of your usual apple and string cheese afternoon snack? Here are 11 more snack ideas for 250 calories or less. I promise some of them are more exciting than you think 🙂

You need to eat breakfast. Yes, I’m going to keep saying this over and over. Need new ideas? Who doesn’t!? Here are some good on-the-go ideas.

Still need a savory, delicious dessert every day? Psh! I DO! I have the best recipe—and my boyfriend can and will easily agree with me that these are a-mazing: Homemade Peanut Butter Cups.
Ingredients
:
-1-2 bars of dark chocolate (I prefer Dove)
-Natural peanut butter (crunchy or smooth—just make sure the only ingredients are peanuts)

Melt the dark chocolate in a glass bowl in the microwave. Keep the time increments short so you don’t burn the chocolate. Line a muffin tin (either minis or regular size) with muffin papers—you will probably only need 6-12 papers depending on the size of the tin. Once the chocolate is melted, take a spoon and put a small dollop at the bottom of a muffin paper. Take a new spoon and put a small dollop of peanut butter on top of the chocolate, and then top the peanut butter with one more small dollop of chocolate, completely covering the peanut butter. Do this until you run out of chocolate and put the muffin tin into the fridge for at least three hours, and make sure to keep them in the fridge when you’re not enjoying them 🙂

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Comments
  1. toqa ezzat says:

    look’s good this recipe

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