Red, White and Blue Cheesecake Bites

Registered Dietician

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strawberry blueberry cheesecake bites
Everyone loves cheesecake, but cheesecake doesn’t always love us. Luckily, these red, white and blue cheesecake bites provide us with a healthier alternative to devour instead this Fourth of July.
Berries are a great source of fiber and help boost the immune system while protecting the body against inflammation, heart disease and cancer based on the variety of phytonutrients. The impressive amount of antioxidants and detoxifiers in strawberries and blueberries can help protect against arthritis and gout.
Eating a couple of these cheesecake bites will satisfy any cheesecake craving instead of taking in what can easily be 1,000 calories per slice of regular cheesecake. It’s a fresh and tasty treat anyone will love.
Photo Credit: Mike Miller, A Healthier Michigan

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