Healthy Snacks You Can Bake At Home
If you love baked goods, especially fresh, warm ones straight from the oven, you might be wondering how you can keep them and still maintain a healthy diet. Although your typical muffin or quick bread is high in sugar, carbs and fat, there are ways to substitute and add to your ingredients to boost their healthfulness and decrease their calories and fat. Here are some of your questions about healthy baking answered.
You don’t have to ban baked goods from your diet if you want to be healthy, especially if you make them yourself. There’s something uniquely satisfying about bread straight out of the oven, and if you make them correctly they’ll be packed full of fiber, protein and nutrients, with a minimum of sugar and fat. You don’t have to sacrifice flavor, but to move the source of the flavor from sugar and butter to hearty grains and delicious add-ons. Sweet fruits, meaty nuts, crunchy seeds and appropriate spices will make these the best, most filling baked goods you’ve ever enjoyed.
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