Chocolate Peanut Butter Grahams
If you are looking for an easy dessert recipe, look no further than this no-bake treat for chocolate peanut butter grahams. This Chocolate Peanut Butter Grahams no-bake treat is easy to make, and it doesn't require the oven. And with just a couple ingredients, you can make this easy dessert recipe in no time. No need to slave in the kitchen baking a cake recipe or brownies the next time you have company coming over. You can even make this recipe while sitting in front of the time; it's that easy. For this chocolate peanut butter grahams, no-bake treat you will need graham crackers, milk chocolate chips, white chocolate chips and creamy peanut butter. For the full step by step tutorial for this easy to make no-bake treat, you will want to take a look at the Shugary Sweets site.
There is something about peanut butter and chocolate together that people can't resist. Peanut butter is a recipe that is made from peanuts that are dry, and roasted. Peanut butter is usually used as a spread used on toast or sandwiches. Peanut butter is a popular healthy food that is full of nutrients to include healthy proteins, carbohydrates, folate, niacin, monounsaturated fatty acids, and pantothenic acid. Peanut butter also contains thiamin, vitamin E, vitamin C, pyridoxine, riboflavin, vitamin A, sodium, magnesium, calcium, manganese, phosphorous, selenium, copper, iron, and zinc. Peanut butter is healthy for you too. People who consume peanuts and peanut ingredients on a regular basis have an overall higher intake of protein, fats both polyunsaturated and monounsaturated, fiber, vitamins A and E, folate, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, potassium, and many other nutrients. Peanuts contain no saturated fats, and they can be consumed on a regular basis. Peanuts only contain unsaturated fats. This is good news for people who worry about gaining weight by consuming peanuts. Peanuts will help you to lose weight.
Some of the healthy benefits of peanut butter including that they have vital nutrients that are essential for the body. The health benefits of peanut butter include that they are a rich source of protein. In a 100 gram serving of peanut butter, there are between 25 to 30 grams of protein. The proteins that you eat are broken down into amino acids, which are then utilized in your body in every cell for help with repairing and building the body. Peanut owers Cholesterol Levels. The fat content that is found in peanut butter is almost equal to that of the fats that are found in olive oil. Peanut butter also contains both polyunsaturated fats and monounsaturated fats. As these fats are not saturated, these fats are good to consume without the heart at any risk. The unsaturated fats that are found in peanut butter may also help to lower bad cholesterol levels and to promote the circulation of good cholesterol known as high-density lipoprotein. Peanut butter also has antioxidant properties. Peanut butter contains these helpful antioxidant properties because of the presence of folate, pantothenic acid, niacin, pyridoxine, thiamin and riboflavin. One of the antioxidants that are found in peanut butter is resveratrol. Resveratrol is a polyphenolic antioxidant that has been found to be effective in helping to control certain types of cancers, fungal infections, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and viral, and degenerative nerve diseases. Peanuts are rick in dietary fiber, with both peanuts and peanut butter being high in dietary fiber.
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