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What to Eat on Vacation
Chocolate shouldn't be on your 'do not eat' list. We're all about enjoying the tasty treat in moderation, and we rounded up some healthy recipes you'll always feel good about gobbling down.
Don't knock tofu pie 'til you try it. In this dairy-free version, it's combined with coconut milk, cacao powder, walnuts, and pitted dates for the perfect amount of sweetness.
Grab the recipe from Minimalist Baker.
You're not dreaming. With a base of nonfat Greek yogurt, cocoa powder, and old-fashioned rolled oats, you can create brownies that ring in at just 37 calories each.
Grab the recipe from Broma Bakery.
10 Easy Tofu Recipes
If you're a fan of Wendy's classic Frosty desserts, this is the recipe for you. It's just as good, but a whole lot healthier.
Grab the recipe from My Natural Family.
Crêpe lovers, rejoice: You can whip up this chocolatey version in under 25 minutes. Oh, and they're only 61 calories each.
Grab the recipe from Vegan Family Recipes.
Oh hello, perfect summer dessert. These Greek yogurt pops are packed with mint and chocolatey goodness.
Grab the recipe from Country Cleaver.
Veggie cookies might sound weird, but you won't even be able to taste the zucchini in this delicious mix.
Grab the recipe from Whole and Heavenly Oven.
Who says adding a little chocolate to your fruit is a bad thing?
Grab the recipe from The Beach House Kitchen.
These must-try dark chocolate clusters are full of protein.
Grab the recipe from Wendy Polisi.
Turn the white, spongy block into a mouthwatering masterpiece.