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It’s so hard to find a tasty healthy treat when those sugar cravings kick in. And oh so easy to reach for the junk food. Before you know it, you’ve eaten half a pack and have gorged on 500 calories or more of empty calories. You feel rotten and feel like you’ve let yourself down.
We all get cravings and we don’t all have the will-power of a super model (I certainly don’t!). This is where a light healthy cookie comes in. With only 21 calories per cookie, you’ll find just one hits that sweet spot beautifully. And if you happen to eat 3 or 4…you won’t be breaking the calorie bank and feeling bad.
These delicious cookies are naturally gluten free and exceptionally low fat. Store in an airtight container or keep a batch in the freezer for when the late-night munchies hit.
This recipe is developed by the lovely Jacqueline Whitehart.
Jacqueline Whitehart is a best-selling writer of health and diet books.
Jacqueline’s book, The 5:2 Diet Cookbook (aff link), was a publishing sensation and the biggest selling self-published book of the year on Amazon.co.uk.
Jacqueline sold over 100,000 copies of the book and now publishes books through HarperCollins as well as running her own publishing imprint.
Jacqueline’s blog, stuffed full of deliciously healthy recipes, is available here >> www.52recipes.co.uk
Want to try Jacqueline’s cookbooks for yourself? Jacqueline has a fantastic giveaway to help you “Lose weight the #nojunk way” => https://www.nojunkjac.com/giveaways/lose-weight-the-nojunk-way/
See you next time for more healthy recipes and articles!
Milica Vladova – Milky
Holistic living, personal development, physical, mental, emotional and spiritual health and wellbeing enthusiast.