Cereal can be a great way to start the day, but unfortunately, a lot of store-bought cereals and granola have added sugars, oils and unnecessary preservatives. I wanted a simple, nutty granola that would give me lots of energy, good fats and fiber to start my day while avoiding a sugar crash. This recipe is […]
About: Carolyn McAnlis
Carolyn McAnlis, RDN, is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist who has a special interest in preventing chronic disease through nutrition. She graduated from Syracuse University with a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Science & Dietetics and a minor in Psychology. After completing a full-time dietetic internship at the University of Virginia Health System, she has developed a passion for convincing others that healthy food can be delicious through her blog A Dietitian in the Kitchen.
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These raw brownie bites provide a chocolate treat without the added fat and sugar of regular brownies. They contain dates, which are a naturally sweet ingredient, so they are perfect to have as a sweet snack after dinner. By having these healthier (delicious) options in the house, you don’t have any excuse to reach for […]
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