Clean Eating Berry Crisp Recipe

I don’t have any “Food Rules” as in foods I do not allow myself to eat. I’ve come to a place that’s pretty chill about these things.

But there is one rule that I will hold on to with both of my man hands until the day I die =

Dessert MUST have Chocolate or it’s just a snack.

This is another good dessert theory too…

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Anyway. I have a nice little Clean Eating Snack Recipe for ya today…

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Berry Crisp Recipe for One

Clean, Gluten Free, Chocolate Free, Snack Recipe.

Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cup berries – I used frozen berries from Costco’s antioxidant mix
  • 1 heaping Tb. Nut butter – PB, Sunflower seed, Almond…
  • 1 Tb. Protein Powder – This is my sugar replacement as it’s Sah-weet!
  • 2 Tb. Oats – Use Gluten Free if you are into that sorta thing

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Directions: Heat oven to 350 degrees. Place berries in an oven safe small baking dish or ramekin.

Smash oats, protein powder and nut butter together. This should be crumbly.

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Pour crumbles over berries. Bake 15 minutes or until topping is brown. IMAG1893 800x450 thumb Clean Eating Berry Crisp Recipe

Top with a scoop of honey greek yogurt and enjoy! IMAG1896 800x450 thumb Clean Eating Berry Crisp Recipe

Enjoy!

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Question: Does your dessert have to include chocolate or another flavor?

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Comments

  1. says

    Dessert with chocolate is always awesome. But no mines doesn’t.
    It just have to make my sweet tooth do backflips and splits. lol.

  2. says

    Dessert is not the same without chocolate. And yes chocolate with dessert
    is perfect setting.

    Add a bit of fruits is okay but don’t overspoilt it. That’s my advice.

  3. LauraT says

    This looks and sounds delicious! I think I am going to get is baking tomorrow morning for breakfast. I cannot wait!

  4. says

    Absolutely must without a doubt include chocolate. Dessert doesn’t come in any other flavor. In fact, my favorite weeknight dessert is a giant apple with peanut butter = but in order for it to count as dessert, I crumble dark chocolate on top. Voila. Dessert.

  5. says

    Yum! This snack looks awesome, I really can’t wait to try it! I would try peaches in mine! My desserts have to be GF and Dairy free (allergies), so I typically have fruit desserts because they tend to have less gluten and dairy.

  6. says

    Yummy I want to make this but I’m out of oats! Might steal some from my roomie to make this…

    Anything sweet and delicious is dessert in my book, so doesn’t have to be indulgent. I frequently have fruit for dessert. Especially watermelon during the summer!

  7. says

    Yum. I am sadly pretty obsessed with chocolate. I’ve gotten over the whole idea that I absolutely need a bite after dinner (because it was necessary for my wellbeing) but i 100% agree that any dessert worth having HAS to be chocolate. I hate when I’m out to dinner with others who want to split a dessert and they want to choose apple pie or a piece of cheesecake, I’m like “how about the triple chocolate fudge cake?!”

  8. Allie says

    My mom share’s the same philosophy. When it comes to dessert, “if it’s not chocolate, it’s not worth it.”

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