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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At Body Sculptors Australia, we believe in NOURISHING YOURSELF from the inside out! Because YOU are worth it. And good health, happiness and confidence comes from within.
Understanding your own nutritional requirements can often be confusing, especially as we age and our hormones change. I am in my 40s, a single mum to a 6yr old daughter, whom has boundless energy and I want to keep up. So I understand how difficult it can be and how time-poor we all are and therefore put ourselves last, especially as parents.
With my experience, I can help you understand your body and what nourishment it needs to feel happy, lighter, & confident in your own skin.
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