We’ve got a special treat for you from our friends over at the i won! kitchen, who were generous enough to share with us this delicious and healthy snack. As soon as we tried it, we just had to share it with you all. Perfect for snacktime, breaktime, post-workout time, or anytime, this healthy chocolate sunbutter crunch will make you flip.
We’ve got the recipe for you right here, straight from the i won! organics kitchen ~ non-gmo, gluten-free, 100% organic, high protein snacks that are actually good for you. So let’s get cooking!
One of the secrets to eating healthy is to take your favorite naughty foods and make them deliciously good for you.
Peanut butter and chocolate is one famous duo that has been tantalizing taste buds for decades. so here at the i won! kitchen we took those basic ingredients and created something even better. introducing our recipe for:
- i won! sea salt protein crackers
- sunbutter organic
- organic honey (optional)
- 100% rainforest cacao organic dark chocolate
We stayed away from any kind of nut butter, especially peanut for obvious reasons, and used sunflower seed butter instead. spread each cracker with sunbutter and add just a drop of honey to sweeten and sandwich together. all ready for their chocolate bath.
After sandwiching two crackers together with sunbutter, dip them into the melted, organic chocolate. this part’s a bit tricky and messy. but then again, it’s chocolate, so who cares!
Place chocolate coated crackers on a flat plate or cookie sheet and place in the freezer for a few minutes to harden. the saltiness of the crackers, the sweetness of the chocolate, and the nuttiness of the sunflower seed butter is a match made in heaven.
You’ll have a hard time waiting those few minutes, but once you bite into these crunchy, chocolatey, nutty treats, you’ll be hooked! all it takes is four ingredients and a few minutes of your time, and you’ve got a delicious, healthy, organic snack chockfull of plant-based protein and vegan ingredients suitable for any diet.
Brought to you by our friends at the i won! organics kitchen. You can read the original post right here.