NO BAKE HEALTHY CHOCO CRUNCHY BITES

NO BAKE CRUNCHY CHOCO BITES

This deliciously sinful snack is a great way to get your kids to eat a healthy cereal. Yes I know chocolate is not exactly “healthy” but if one does have a craving, then why not just make it healthy? This recipe is also a good way to start kids to learn to cook to make fun things which they can later eat!
INGREDIENTS:
1 cup of healthy cereal, i used THIS ONE
150 grams of milk chocolate
a few chopped nuts such as almonds or walnuts
METHOD:
Melt the chocolate in the microwave carefully till its all melted. Stir in the nuts and the cereal and put spoonfuls of the mixture into small silicon moulds. Wait for it to cool and set and then turn out and let the kids snack on this delicious snack.
NITU DIDI TIP:
You can use the cereal of your choice. This is a good option to use up cereal that you buy and then find out that the kids do not want it. Anything tastes better with chocolate! You can also use white chocolate or dark chocolate to make this. This is excellent to serve at kiddies parties or to take on picnics.

HEALTH BENEFITS OF CHOCOLATE (Because we all know cereal is good for you!!)

Eating a small amount of chocolate can be good for you.. it can just make you feel nice and happy! Just make sure you eat a bit 🙂 Jokes apart, it is good for the brain (recent studies show). Actually does one need a reason to eat chocolate?

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