Does fancy spread without having to think about calories? Discover gourmet recipes and our tips to delight young and old even if you are lactose intolerant or if you follow a Vegan diet.
Spreads, it's a real problem these little things! It's so good, but so caloric too! We always think that eating a balanced diet necessarily takes away pleasure and requires thoughtless efforts. Eating must stay a good time if you can no longer have fun while eating, what is it for?
BienManger.com, which defends the pleasures of the table, offers 2 recipes for low-calorie spreads, which will also suit lactose intolerant and people who follow a Vegan diet.
Vegan nuts purée
BienManger.com promotes the use of nuts which appear to be good health allies.
The almond to fill up with magnesium. It contains 232mg / 100g when our daily needs are 350mg. This mineral is essential for nerve impulses. They satisfy hunger: dried fruits affect satiety. Taken around 5 p.m., they limit the calorie intake in the evening.
They lower cholesterol levels: nuts are rich in plant sterols (which are close to the structure of cholesterol), which allows a reduction of 10 to 15% of bad cholesterol.
Vegan hazelnut chocolate spreads:
Ingredients for a small jar
100 g dark pastry chocolate (or chocolate you like!)