As if we all needed another reason to love chocolate: A recent study finds an association between consuming chocolate and having a significantly lower risk of being diagnosed with atrial fibrillation (AFib), a common heart condition that involves an irregular heartbeat.
This cookie satisfies your sweet tooth without any added sugar. It’s a simple, five-ingredient recipe that includes dark chocolate, dates and vanilla.
Find the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Dietitian Kate Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, answers this one.
This simple dessert is easy to make and full of fresh fruit flavor. It’s a perfect dessert for warmer months when fruit is in season.
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This chocolate bark recipe offers heart-healthy dark chocolate, sweetened with toasted walnuts, pecans and almonds — and no added sugar. Also, each serving contains only 70 calories.
Do you have 80 calories to spare for a creamy chocolate dessert? This creative recipe calls for tofu, bananas and dark, bittersweet chocolate. Blend them them all up into a sweet treat that can stave off your wildest chocolate cravings.
Make this delicious chocolate soufflé, and share it with someone you love. It’s got great chocolate flavor, plus strawberries, cinnamon and even a little Cognac. And it’s only 130 calories per serving.
These tasty brownies are made without any flour – so you can eat them even if you are avoiding wheat and/or gluten. The black bean is a surprising ingredient that gives this dessert texture but which doesn’t interfere with the chocolate flavor.
This raw form of dark chocolate packs an antioxidant punch — and is simple to incorporate into your diet.
You don’t have to abandon tried-and-true recipes just because you’re trying to be healthy. Here are 12 baking hacks to fix your favorites.