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10 Valentine's Day Recipes and Exclusive Commentary on How to Market Your Valentine's Day Services
Posted: January 26, 2011
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Provide this recipe to clients with kids. They love to help with making the Chippers as they’ll enjoy rolling the dough into balls for baking.
Yum all around and only 213 calories per serving!
Chocolate was originally developed by the Mayan people of southern Mexico. This hot chocolate is based on an authentic Mexican drink recipe and even has a secret ingredient.
At only 60 calories per serving, including a half cup of berries, the Dark Chocolate Mousse provides some nondairy protein for clients looking for a dairy alternative, and it is gluten-free, as well. During the summer months, it can be frozen and used as a sorbet.
This Italian treat can be made at home with some basic ingredients that take away calories without taking away the decadence.