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Feed Your Skull a Snack: Chocolate PB Rice Cake

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Feed Your Skull a Snack: Chocolate PB Rice CakeI’m back! With a new post! Chocolate PB Rice Cake snacks!

Happy mid-January!

I will share more about the top-secret not so secret project I’ve been working on the last several weeks coming up this weekend.

But for now, I have an awesome little snack that saves me all the time. It’s like a healthier Reese’s snack.

I’m not sure what it saves me from exactly because I won’t break down and have a Reeses’s but it probably saves me from something like Oreos instead. 😉

Chocolate PB Rice Cake

    Ingredients

    • 1 rice cake (I like Lundberg Wild Rice cakes)
    • schmear of natural peanut butter
    • sprinkle of nutritional yeast
    • 1 tablespoon of semi-sweet chocolate chips (vegan) or 1:1:1 ratio of cocoa powder, maple syrup, and coconut oil (like 1 or 1/2 tablespoon each)

    Instructions

    1. Spread a light schmear of peanut butter on the rice cake followed by a sprinkle of nutritional yeast. Melt chocolate chips in small bowl for 30 seconds (in 10 second intervals) or until melted. Then drizzle or spread on top of the peanut butter.
    2. If you make the 1:1:1 ratio of chocolate sauce make sure your coconut oil is melted first. It will mix nicely with a small whisk or fork.
    3. Enjoy!
    https://feedyourskull.com/2014/01/15/feed-skull-snack-chocolate-pb-rice-cakes/

    I like to make several of these at once and store them in the fridge for grab-and-go ease and as much as I like to eat one in a sitting, I’ve also eaten half in the morning with half an apple leaving the remaining halves for an afternoon snack. A simple way to extend the bliss.

    Feed Your Skull a Snack: Chocolate PB Rice CakeEnjoy! xoxo

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