Nutritionist reveals recipe for delicious afternoon treat – and it is good for you
- A nutritionist has revealed how to make her take on the viral rice cake trend
- Chloe Boddy tops her rice crackers with berries, chocolate and peanut butter
- She then places them into the fridge to let them set before serving them
A nutritionist has revealed a delicious recipe showing her take on the viral loaded rice cake dessert trend.
Chloe Boddy created her chocolate-covered peanut butter and ‘jelly’ version of the treat this week, delighting her followers.
‘The newest viral recipe is not only delicious, but SO simple and easy to put together,’ she wrote alongside her video on her Nourish your Boddy page.
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Nutritionist Chloe Boddy has revealed how to make her version of the viral rice cake desserts
The recipe calls for rice cake, peanut butter, raspberries and melted chocolate of your choice.
First Chloe places the raspberries on the rice cake before mashing them with a fork.
Then she pours over the peanut butter and melted chocolate before placing the treat in the fridge to set.
And the young nutritionist’s followers were excited to give the recipe a go.
‘I have watched this five times, it looks delicious,’ one woman wrote.
‘My favourite kind of trend,’ added another.
Others commented on the execution of the healthy dessert.
‘Those layers! This sounds amazing,’ one woman wrote.
Chloe is a qualified nutritionist and is working on becoming a dietitian and believes in a ‘no bs approach’ to food.
She also believes in a holistic approach to sustainable nourishments.
Chloe is a qualified nutritionist and is working on becoming a dietitian and believes in a ‘no bs approach’ to food
She adds raspberries, peanut butter and chocolate to the top of each cracker
And she isn’t afraid to add chocolate to her recipes – recently she revealed a chocolate milkshake is a great workout recovery beverage.
‘Water is great for hydration, but it can’t replace the calories you burn or the electrolytes you sweat out, and it doesn’t provide any protein for muscle-repairing,’ she said.
‘Chocolate milk is a natural choice when it comes to electrolytes, providing many of the same electrolytes that are added to commercial recovery drinks.
‘It also contains around 8g of protein in every glass. Additionally, If you’re worried about the sugar from the chocolate, don’t; that extra sugar brings that carbs-to-protein ratio up to the ideal ratio for post-workout recovery.’