Peanut Butter Hazelnut “Bunny Poop” Recipe

Registered Dietician

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This fun, non-traditional spring treat is guaranteed to make the family smile while sneaking in some good nutrition.
An average chocolate bunny (not hollowed) contains somewhere around 900 calories. A serving of “bunny poop” is about 93 calories (with 4 bunny poops).
In moderation, dark chocolate is a great alternative to other traditional Easter candy. It is a powerful source of antioxidants and phytochemicals and can even lower cholesterol and blood pressure.
The nut butter and chia (or flax) seed provides protein and fiber to sustains hunger and cleanse the system. Instead of using Nutella, try making your own chocolate hazelnut spread with our recipe here.
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