As the season of chocolate approaches, it can be tough not to dive face first into a pile of Crème Eggs.

Which why we’ve put together this list of easy, better-for-you sweet treats to see you through Easter without an eggy overdose. You’re no longer need here, Cadbury!

 

As the season of chocolate approaches, it can be tough not to dive face first into a pile of Crème Eggs.

Which why we’ve put together this list of easy, better-for-you sweet treats to see you through Easter without an eggy overdose. You’re no longer need here, Cadbury!

 

1/2 cup Natural yoghurt + 1 tbs IsoWhey Ivory Coast Chocolate + ½ cup raspberries = choc berry bites

Chocolate coated raspberries with a healthy twist! Simply combine the yoghurt and IsoWhey Ivory Coast Chocolate and dip your raspberries in.

Whack them in the freezer for a few minutes for an extra cool treat.

 

2 tsp Peanut butter + 1 Banana + 2 tbs shredded coconut = coco-peanut butter ‘sandwiches’

The ultimate 3pm snack when the Easter eggs are calling. Chop your banana, smear on a good helping of PB and sprinkle with coconut.

Bung on another section of banana for a mini PB sandwich that’s SO much better than any Wonder White version ever was.

 

30 grams (about 3 squares) melted dark chocolate + 1 cup natural yoghurt + 1 tbs coconut = coyo truffles

The easiest truffles you will EVER make. Just mix your yoghurt and melted chocolate together and freeze for 15 mins or until just starting to set. Use your hands to roll into three balls, then roll the balls in the coconut.

You can also try rolling them cinnamon, cacao powder or chopped up nuts. Yum!

 

1 Frozen banana + 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon + 1 tbs IsoWhey Salted Caramel = cinnamon swirl ‘ice cream’ (pictured)

PSA: blended frozen banana makes for a naturally sweet, ice creamy treat! Just blend the banana to oblivion, then mix in the cinnamon and IsoWhey Salted Caramel.

NOTE: For the picture above we multiplied the recipe by 6 to serve a larger crowd. 

 

½ cup mashed pumpkin + ¾ cup plain oats + 2 tbs honey = no-bake oaty cookies

Got some leftover pumpkin or sweet potato in the fridge? Mash her up, add honey and oats and you’ve got yourself a sweet cookie that’s secretly filled with veggies.

You might need to set in the fridge or freezer for a few minutes. Add a sprinkle of cinnamon to the mix if you’re feeling fancy.

 
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