National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds Day: recipes and health benefits
November 7th is National Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds day, one of the most healthy ways to enjoy chocolate.
Studies have found that eating Dark Chocolate instead of Milk or White Chocolate is rich in antioxidants that are packed with nutrients,making them a fun superfood. Dark Chocolate also is found to have decreased the levels of Triglycerides , LDL, and total Cholesterol.
And don’t forget about those Almonds! They are known for delivering massive amounts of nutrients, loaded with antioxidants, high in Vitamin E, and are known to assist in blood sugar control while also helping improve blood pressure levels.
Bittersweet Chocolate with Almonds can boost just about anyone’s day. Either separate or all together, but have you wondered ‘is there another way to eat my favorite treat?’ Well now there is! Try out one of the recipients below to get into the holiday spirt, or just to improve your health.
For that start to your day, having breakfast is a good foundation. And adding some chopped up bittersweet chocolate and almonds will bring that flavor and crunch.
Mid-morning snack, join up you daily cup of coffee with some bittersweet chocolate. Lunchtime! To top off a salad with almonds might just be that missing piece you’ve been needing. And for your mid-afternoon snack, create a granola bowl with some almonds and chocolate!