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4/23/2017 0 Comments
By Dr Megan Chircop
Peanut butter whip
A healthy dip perfect for a snack or dessert. Whipping is the key to make this dip super light and fluffy.
75 grams Tamar Valley no fat natural yoghurt or Yoplait Forme vanilla yoghurt
2 tsp peanut butter (10g) or 15g PB2 (peanut butter flour)
1-2 tsp sugar-free maple syrup (5-10g)
1 tsp chia seeds (5g)
1 pinch cinnamon (optional)
¼ tsp vanilla extract (optional)
Nutrition (per serving): 124 calories, 8.3g protein, 6.8g net carbohydrates, 2g fiber, 6.8g total fat.
* Make peanut butter whip in bulk and store in the fridge in a jar for up to a week.
Alternative serving suggestions:
We also love to use this peanut butter whip on a wrap with slices of banana and a teaspoon of chia seeds for a satisfying way to start the day.
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Welcome. I am Dr Megan Chircop. I am a medical scientist and nutritionist with 20 years in medical research. As such, I have extensive knowledge and a thorough understanding of how the body works. I am able to simplify the science behind the way food fuels the body and mind to provide energy and nutrition needed to achieve optimal health and vitality. I am also a keen sportswoman, and have extensive knowledge of sports nutrition.
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