Easy Almond Butter Fudge
This simple almond butter fudge requires very little work for lots of rich almond-flavored reward. Share it with friends and family — if you don’t finish the whole batch yourself first.For more great recipes like this one, visit Something Swanky.
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Smoothie
This filling, protein-packed smoothie is your busy weekday breakfast savior.This recipe is courtesy of Love and Olive Oil.
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Chocolate chip cookies are always a simple, classic recipe to make when you need something sweet. Try this recipe with almond butter for a different flavor profile. Courtesy of Seasonal Cravings
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smoothie
This is the smoothie bowl that can't help but brighten your day! With only natural sugars, it's incredible how much this dairy-free smoothie tastes like the classic creamy dessert.This recipe was contributed by Justin's. 
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Coconut Almond Smoothie
Certified strength and conditioning specialist Kusha Karvandi suggests adding some essential fats like coconut oil to your smoothies to “help complement the proteins for the muscle-building and fat burning biological processes in the body.” Drink up before a big workout! See our best smoothie recipes.
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Just one of these smoothies will pack about 30% of your needed folate for the day. All of the following nutritional information is derived from The 100 Healthiest foods to Eat During Pregnancy by Johnny Bowden and Allison Tannis
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Big Cookie Shake
Treat yourself after a serious lifting day with this protein-packed dessert drink. Sweet and delicious, there are enough good things in here to forgive the cookie butter. It’s not for every day, but sometimes you deserve a treat! See our best smoothie recipes.
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Strawberry-flavored anything is always tasty. Pair it with peanut butter for smoothie heaven!
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This smoothie tastes like dessert, but is really packed with flavonoids, vitamin E, and tons of protein. We won’t tell you if you don’t.
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The Skin-Brightening Kale Smoothie Recipe
Is your skin looking a little dull and dry? This smoothie is designed to make your skin glow, while tasting great to boot.  Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink
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Energy balls
Whether you're looking for a healthy snack to send with your kids in their summer camp or school lunch boxes, or a satisfying treat to satiate your craving for something sweet and chocolaty, these little energy balls are just the thing. Gluten-, corn-, and dairy-free, they're my go-to snack for nearly any hour of the day. They're easy to make (and don't require me turning on the stove) and delicious when cold (I keep them in my freezer to prevent the oils in the nuts from going rancid in the summer heat). If you don't like figs and almonds, you can substitute in nearly any other larger-sized dried fruit and nut butter. Dates and prunes work, as would apricots. I used a pretty chunky, freshly-ground almond butter in this recipe that required me to add some extra liquids (oil and agave) to create the paste. If you want to try peanut or cashew butters, you might need to add in some roasted nuts if it's very creamy so it creates a paste that you can roll into balls. Click here for more No-Cook Dishes for Hot Summer Nights.
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Almond butter goes great with everything, but have you ever tried pairing it with your favorite berry? Raspberries are sure to please!
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