If you're going to have your cake and eat it too, why not add some benefits? Adding fruit to your desserts will provide extra nutrients. Raspberries contain fiber and antioxidants; add a little chocolate and you're good!
OK, you ate way too much at dinner. But you're craving dessert... so have a few bites and be done with it. Balance out your diet. If you know you're having full-on dessert, have a lighter meal (think a salad with protein, a sweet potato with Greek yogurt, or a veggie-filled soup).
Instead of ordering the chocolate pie with three ice cream scoops, make smarter choices. At restaurants, try to modify. Some of my favorite modifications: berries with house-made whipped cream, a chocolate soufflé with no sauce or berry cobbler with light crust.
So you're absolutely dying for the apple pie with extra ice cream. Go for it. Just split it with a few friends. Have a few bites and indulge a bit. Tomorrow's a new day where, hopefully, you'll drink lots of water, spend some time at the gym, and/or eat extra veggies.
Gather your ingredients. This tasty dessert only requires two — raspberries and chocolate chips. Wash the raspberries and let them dry before you stuff them.
Gently place a chocolate chip in each raspberry with the pointed side going into the raspberry. Place in serving cups and enjoy!
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