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Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

February/March 2005, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008), The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Sweet satisfaction in seconds.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Altough this recipe looks good, it doesn't provide info about sugar content. I know you can look at packaging but it would be nice to give an estimate "
Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites Recipe

11 Reviews for Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

08/03/2013

Did Eating Well consider making these open-faced? Why does it have to be a chocolate sandwich? Like cream cheese on a Ritz cracker, these would work with only ONE PIECE of chocolate.

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05/17/2012
Anonymous

This is a poor e.xcuse for a recipe. please don't waste my time with lame "non" recipes

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10/21/2010
Anonymous

sounds fabulous!!! can't wait to try it. super simple and delicious

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08/15/2010
Anonymous

Altough this recipe looks good, it doesn't provide info about sugar content. I know you can look at packaging but it would be nice to give an estimate

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 31 weeks ago

Under Nutrition at the bottom

Under Nutrition at the bottom it says 6 g of sugar.

07/30/2010
Anonymous

This needs a "recipe?" We've been doing it for years. Chocolate bar + jar of peanut (or almond) butter. Dip, scoop, and nom.

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jamesable12 wrote 3 years 27 weeks ago

Sorry anonymous, buy no, "We" haven't been making these for years. In fact I would bet a lot of people haven't heard of this, there is nothing obvious about almost any recipe to some people, especially beginners. I have been cooking since I was 6 years & am 52 now, I have a collection of cookbooks a mile thick & there are things that I run across all the time that I never heard of or thought of. Please never assume because it's old hat to you, that "We" all know about it. Thank you. God bless.

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