24th January is National Peanut Butter Day, so why don’t you celebrate by making these delicious and nutritious chocolate, coconut and peanut butter bars? Not only do they hit that sweet spot and help those sugary cravings, they're also perfect to eat as a pre or post barre workout. Instructor Lotty shares her secret recipe...
COCONUT - It is rich in fibre, zinc and magnesium, therefore helping with tissue repair and giving you a boost of energy.
PEANUT BUTTER - It contains healthy, unsaturated fats which leave you feeling fuller for longer. It also contains magnesium, which fortifies your muscles and bones, as well as potassium, which has been found to lower blood pressure.
DARK CHOCOLATE - Unlike white or milk chocolate, it contains raw cocoa which has been known to lower your cholesterol, improve over all heart health and aid stress relief.
“My background as a fitness instructor for Barrecore, combined with my love of cooking led me to get creative in the kitchen, switching up unhealthy ingredients for their healthier version. I started learning a whole new language with food in the attempt to change my diet around and started experimenting with creating all of the sweet things I love in a nutritious and delicious form. I love food and never wanted to feel like my diet was restricted, but instead learnt to cook and bake in a way that works in harmony for my body and nourishes from the outside in, whilst still being delicious!”
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