If you enjoyed this article, please give a thumbs up and be sure to subscribe. The first recipe is a yogurt and berry. Parfait so you’re just going to want to put some berries in the bottom of your glass or jar and layer it up with yogurt, I’m just using coconut yogurt by munity, which is super delicious and you can buy it from war war circles.

So just begin layering. It while mixing the bear Easter egg granola chunks and just keep stacking all the ingredients until it gets to the top and finish with a layer of your berry. The second recipe is salt and vinegar. Chickpeas. The first thing you’re going to want to do is boil your chickpeas. I’r just using can add about a quarter of a cup of vinegar to the water, bring it to a boil and remove from the heat and they’re just going to want to let it sit for about 15 to 20 minutes uncovered drain the chickpeas and place them On a baking tray, lined with baking paper, I’ve sold and put them in the oven on 200 degrees Celsius for about 25 to 35 minutes making sure you turn them over halfway, allow them to cool before you eat them and enjoy, and the third thing we’re going To make today is caramelize and honors with peanut butter so for the coconut yogurt, so you’re just going to want to get two right: bananas and chop them in half lengthwise down the middle, get your choice of peanut butter, I’m using 100 % natural smooth, peanut butter.

So it has no salt or oil added and just spread it all over the bananas at a generous amount of cinnamon to the bananas. I added a lot because, like in a minute life, then just pop them on the grill on medium flame, until they’re, soft and caramelized, seven with a dollop of coconut yogurt and enjoy. I love eating it. When I still warm that’s when I testified so. Thank you. So much for reading, I hope you enjoyed this article and I’ll see you guys next time, bye,

Healthy Late Night Snacks to help lose weight!



By Gia Vine

I love motorcycles and all the wonderful people in the great state of Arizona. Please visit my blog to get to know more about me.

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