There is a certain time of day, especially
at night or when it is cold, or even when we are worried or stressed about
something, that anxiety appears for sweets. How to tackle this situation in a
healthy way? Get to know the 15 best healthy recipes to satisfy your sweets
craving in this article.

15 Recipes That Kill Anxiety for Sweets

Some of these recipes are healthier than
others but the good news is that they will provide enough dosage for you not to
want to go scouring the refrigerator or drawers for something rich in sugar.

1. Chocolate Covered Strawberries

There are several types of bitter
chocolates that can be melted to make a delicious fondue.

In addition to strawberries, you can choose
other fruits, such as apple, for example, or some according to your taste.

If you choose bananas, consider that they
are a great source of vitamins B and C, fiber and potassium and are still able
to satisfy hunger or anxiety.

2. Yogurt with Granola

Mix a pot of skimmed or natural Greek or
vanilla yogurt with a few tablespoons of granola. If you like you can add other
berries as well such as blueberries or raspberries, etc. Mix it well and it’s
ready to serve.

3. Fruits

There is nothing better than a good helping
of fresh fruit to counter anxiety for sweets. Make a complete fruit salad with
everything you find in your refrigerator and include orange juice. For
sweetening do not use too much sugar or opt for something healthier like stevia.

4. Bitter Chocolate

This is the only chocolate that is
“allowed” to ease the anxiety for sweets. The percentage of cocoa
should be as high as possible (70-99%). No milk or sugar. One should consume it
in moderation to reduce cortisol, the stress hormone.

Bitter chocolate is rich in tryptophan, an amino acid that helps achieve the stability of our nervous system by controlling anxiety.

5. Smoothies

The smoothies are a perfect recipe to suppress hunger, recharge body after the gym and also ease the anxiety for sweets. There are thousands of different recipes that include mixing all kinds of ingredients. The smoothies made of fruits are more suitable than those with milk or cream, if you want healthy choices.

6. Cold Juices

There is nothing better than a good,
natural fruit juice to eliminate the anxiety for sweets. And it’s very easy.
Squeeze the juice of an orange, tangerine or similar. Add ice and mix in the
blender. You can add a pinch of sugar or stevia if you wish.

7. Mocha Coffee

Although it is not very advisable to drink
coffee at night, a small cup will not hurt (but do not drink daily). The mocha
coffee will offer a dose of caffeine and dark chocolate, which will serve to
cushion the desire for something sweet. For sweetening, choose an alternative
to refined sugar, such as brown sugar.

8. Natural Ice creams

Easy to make, the ice creams are always
delicious. And you can consume not only during the summer, but in winter as
well. Use honey to sweeten. Make a fruit juice or a smoothie and leave it in
the freezer for two to three hours.

Yogurt
Ice cream Recipe:

Choose the version of yogurt you prefer,
add some supplements such as chopped nuts, chopped fruits and put it in the
freezer.

9. Baked Apple

This recipe is really simple to make; ideal
for winter evenings. You can also do with pears. Place the apple on a plate
with a little water and bake. You can crush the fruit and make syrup with brown
sugar and water.

10. Pudding

Homemade vanilla pudding is one of the best recipes to enjoy in the afternoon, and also when the urge to eat something sweet strikes. It is healthy if you prepare with little sugar or sweeten it with honey or dates. And if you want a special flavor, melt some dark chocolate.

11. Cereal Bars

They are nutritious and yet provide a lot
of vitamins, ideal for more energy after exercise. Since they are made with
nuts, grains and fruits, cereal bars should never be missing in your closet. In
addition, you can also make the delicacy by mixing the ingredients with honey.

12. Fruit with Cottage Cheese

It is a smart delicious choice to satisfy
the craving for sweet and still provides protein. Mix equal quantity of any
fruit and cottage cheese. If the fruit is not sweet enough, you can pour one
tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of chocolate powder.

13. Bread with Cinnamon

Cinnamon is sweet and healthy. Cut a few
slices of bread and cover with butter and skim milk and sprinkle cinnamon on
top. It’s ready to eat.

14. Marmalade with Cheese

It is more than healthy alternative, as well as being bittersweet and a blend that contrasts, you can enjoy the benefits of both ingredients. And it is more than simple to prepare. Just cut slices and eat one at the same time.

15. Dried Fruit mix

In addition to ending the anxiety for
sweets, the dried fruits are rich in antioxidants and fiber. They also help us
quench hunger, but do not exaggerate in quantity when consuming them.

Mix all the dried fruits you have such as hazelnuts, walnuts, pistachios, almonds, dates and raisins. Do not over indulge in it because they have many calories, but the good news is that it satisfies hunger and eliminates the anxiety for sweets.

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