These taste just as scrumptious as the look.
Whip up a batch of these babies and keep them near your desk, and you’ll never have to go on a 3 pm cookie run again.
In addition to healthfully satisfying your sweet tooth, they make a great pre-or post-workout snack, for those days when you’re rushing from the office to the gym and need something light but that will squash the hunger pangs.
Just a square or two is hearty enough to leave you feeling satisfied. With 3 simple ingredients and a prep time under 5 minutes, there’s no reason not to keep a batch of these on hand.
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Nice article, It was practical.
HI Maria – love your recipes! Quick question: do we need to wash the goji berries first? Thanks!
LOVE these!! They are always so satisfying without ruining healthy eating. I have gotten multiple people “hooked” on these too because they are so delicious:) Thanks Maria-a hit as always!!
Sounds good! But what are the calories and other nutrition in these?
Ok – Had to do my own research. By my research this adds up to 1,429 calories and 72 grams of fat. If you eat 1/12 of the total recipe that would be 119 calories and 6 g of fat for each 1/12 of the total batch.