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There are times when your sweet tooth is insatiable, and some days – ok, most days – it’s enjoyable to cap off dinner with a treat. If you’re itching to turn to a homemade option, we’ve got seven recipes packed with so much flavor, they’re sure to satisfy even the sweetest of teeth!

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Nuts pack a healthy punch, and these babies… wow, they’re sweetened just right with a touch of maple syrup.

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Dark chocolate, pistachios and popcorn come together for an unexpected treat. Nutty and finished with a chocolatey sweetness, these bars are such to satisfy.

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Made with ingredients you love like peanut butter, coconut oil and oats, these easy “cookies” skip the oven toil. They’re sweetened with honey and are ready in a half hour!

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If you’re craving a Reese’s, you may want to opt for the homemade route. These peanut butter and chocolate treats are made fresh and you decide everything that goes into them!

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Salted dark chocolate mousse by Fit Foodie Finds. You’ll never guess what gives this mousse its creaminess… avocado! It’s packed with healthy fats, free of refined sugar, and incredibly delectable!

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The perfect healthy six-ingredient treat for you and your special someone!

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Made with chia seeds and unsweetened cocoa, these pudding cups are a healthier version of tapioca pudding.

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Nevertheless, being aware of what you’re putting in your body (and how much) is important. So buckle up! We’re going for a ride to Labeltown (it’s like Funkytown, only more educational).

Break it down

    1. Serving size – the first thing you want to look at is the serving size, and how many servings are in the container. I used to think that the serving size for Oreos was “one package.” Turns out it’s two cookies. Clearly you can see my discrepancy.
    2. Caloric Content – trying to watch your weight? Watch your calories! Essentially, this part of the label tells you how much energy you’re taking in. It also tells you how much of that energy is coming from fat.
    3. The Nutrients – this part of the label clues you in on macro-nutrients (fat and protein), vitamins, minerals, and fiber. The left side of the column lists the nutrient (e.g. Iron, total fat, fiber), and the right side of the columns lists the percentage of the recommended daily value (%DV) for that nutrient.

Too Much

Generally speaking, most Americans consume too much of the following nutrients:

    • Total fat
    • Saturated fat
    • Cholesterol
    • Sodium
    • Protein

Not Enough

We want to work on getting more of these:

    • Fiber
    • Mono and polyunsaturated fat
    • Iron
    • Vitamins A and C

One thing to keep in mind when talking about Daily Value percentages is these percentages are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. So, if you’re daily calorie budget is 1,500, the percentages will be higher for you.

So there you have it! The nutrition label, decoded. Now, if anyone can tell me why un-popped popcorn is listed on a nutrition label…that would solve one of life’s mysteries for me.

What nutrient boggles your mind?

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