Desserts don’t have to be complicated to be delicious and satisfying. Just a few richly flavored, whole foods—like peanuts, dark chocolate and dried fruit—can make the perfect end to a meal. When you choose wisely, desserts have a place in a healthy diet.
Chef, pediatrician and mom Dr. Julia Nordgren isn’t the Food Police, denying everyone dessert. Instead, she says, “When I do have dessert, I want it to be beautiful, delicious and satisfying.” Dr. Julia shows you how in this video for Chocolate Peanut Bark:
Join the National Peanut Board (@PeanutFarmers) for a #PeanutPower Dessert Twitter Party on Monday, July 27, 2015 from 8:00-9:00pm ET hosted by blogger Liz of Lizventures.com(@BlueViolet). You’ll chat with registered dietitian Sherry Coleman Collins (@PeanutRD) and chef, mom and pediatrician Dr. Julia Nordgren (@DrJuliaCooks) about easy ways to create desserts that pack in flavor and nutrition. Plus, you’ll have the chance to win one of several $50 gift cards and #PeanutPower prize packs. Be sure to RSVP here: bit.ly/1JActhz . See you there!