Dietitian reveals her favourite four ingredient chocolate slice recipe
Dietitian shares her healthy four ingredient peanut butter and chocolate slice recipe – and the foods that speed up fat loss
- A dietitian shared her quick and easy recipe for peanut butter chocolate slice
- Leanne Ward, from Brisbane, said it can be made easily with existing ingredients
- She loves to make the slices and keep them for a go-to afternoon snack
- Leanne shared foods that help with fat loss like rolled oats and Greek yoghurt
A dietitian has shared her quick and easy recipe for her peanut butter and chocolate slice, and it only boasts four ingredients.
Leanne Ward, from Brisbane, said the slice is her ‘famous and favourite recipe’ that she makes regularly from foods she often has in her pantry.
‘I made it a few days ago, and each time I make it, I’m amazed at how delicious it turns out!’ Leanne posted on Instagram.
A dietitian has shared her quick and easy recipe for her peanut butter and chocolate slice, and it only boasts four ingredients (the slices pictured)
To make the slice for yourself at home, you’ll need some crunchy peanut butter (or your choice of nut butter), honey or maple syrup, rolled oats and some dark chocolate chips.
You’ll also need just 15 minutes to spare, and then a few hours where the slices can harden in the fridge.
‘First of all, you need to line a tray with baking paper,’ Leanne said.
‘Then, in a medium microwave-safe bowl, add the peanut butter and honey and heat it in 15-20 second increments, until it’s warm and slightly thickened.
‘This should take about 40-60 seconds in total.’
How to make Leanne Ward’s four-ingredient peanut butter and chocolate slice
Leanne shared the simple recipe on her Instagram page (pictured)
One cup of crunchy peanut butter (or other nut butter)
One quarter of a cup or two tablespoons of honey (or maple syrup)
1.25 cups of rolled oats
200 gram bag of dark choc chips
1. Line a brownie tray with baking paper.
3. In a medium microwave safe bowl, add the PB and the honey and heat in 15-20 second increments until warm and slightly thickened (about 40-60 seconds total).
4. Add in the oats, stir to combine and add this mixture into your baking tray.
5. Melt the chocolate in the microwave and pour it over the mixture and then refrigerate until hardened (a few hours).
6. Slice into small pieces and store leftovers in an air-tight container in the fridge.
Source: Leanne Ward
Previously, the dietitian (pictured) has shared the foods that help to speed up fat loss, like Greek yoghurt, rolled oats and milky coffees
Next, add in the oats and stir the mixture to combine it, before adding it to your baking tray.
‘Melt the chocolate in the microwave and pour it over the mixture, then refrigerate until it’s hardened (usually a few hours),’ Leanne said.
Finally, slice the mix into small pieces and store the leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge.
Hundreds who saw the simple recipe were impressed and said they would definitely try it for themselves.
‘I am making this tomorrow,’ fellow dietitian Susie Burrell posted.
‘How delicious – peanut butter and chocolate, my two faves,’ another added.
Leanne (pictured) said while there are some foods that you might expect to help with fat loss like grapefruit, others – like potato – are more surprising
Previously, Leanne shared the foods that make fat loss easier, and why you can still enjoy some of your favourite foods like milky coffees and popcorn and still lose weight.
The 31-year-old said that while there are certain foods that you might know help with weight loss like grapefruit, there are others like frozen grapes and roasted chickpeas that you might not be so familiar with.
‘These foods taste great and keep you on track,’ Leanne said.
The foods include milky coffees, and Leanne said she has one of these per day.
‘I drink a coffee daily – it’s both delicious and good protein for fullness,’ the dietitian posted on TikTok.
Leanne often supplements her coffee with either almond or oat milk, but always chooses a calcium-enriched variety to make sure she gets enough of the nutrient.
Leanne (pictured) fills her diet with Greek yoghurt each day, often in a smoothie, to help her with her fat loss
Best foods for fat loss revealed
1. Milky coffees
2. Frozen grapes
3. Cottage cheese
5. Roasted chickpeas
8. Greek yoghurt.
9. Fresh berries
10. Dark chocolate
11. Rolled oats
12. Mixed nuts
Elsewhere, the dietitian said you can eat things like frozen grapes to help speed up fat loss, as well as cottage cheese and popcorn when you need a snack.
Roasted chickpeas are another of the dietitian’s favourite snacks.
Simply take a can of chickpeas, drain them and dry them out as much as possible.
Then, add plenty of olive oil, salt and pepper and spices, and pop them in the oven to gently roast for 20-30 minutes.
Finally, let the chickpeas sit for half an hour to cool down before enjoying.
You might not think that potatoes are good for weight loss, but Leanne said she often has potatoes with her meals because they are ‘yummy, filling and make healthy eating easier to stick to’.
‘Another good thing about potatoes is when they are cooked and cooled, they have resistant starch for gut health benefits,’ Leanne said.
‘Potato is wonderfully healthy, just bake it or roast it in small amounts – rather than fry it.’
Finally, she likes to eat plenty of Greek yoghurt, fresh berries, rolled oats and mixed nuts to stay full and healthy.
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