7 Ways to Eat Chocolate for Lunch

Ready to amp up your lunchtime routine?  Try packing healthy chocolate treats in your brown bag! Here are 7 totally splendid recipes that pack perfectly in a lunchbox, while adding healthy nutrients to your diet. From homemade bread to prepacked snacks, you’re sure to find something perfectly delicious from our list!

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  • Make Chocolate Muffins 1 of 7
    Make Chocolate Muffins
    Healthy Whole Wheat Chocolate Muffins make the perfect addition to your brown bag!
    Click for the recipe from Healthy Recipes Blogs.
  • Pack Chocolate Yogurt 2 of 7
    Pack Chocolate Yogurt
    Grab a bit of chocolate yogurt before you head out the door for a fabulously chocolate lunch!
    Click for the recipe from Noshtopia.
  • Sneak a Slice of Chocolate Bread 3 of 7
    Sneak a Slice of Chocolate Bread
    Yeasted Chocolate Coffee Cake is the perfect way to slice yourself a lunch that is as good as dessert.
    Click for the recipe from Grace's Sweet Life.
  • Grill a Chocolate Panini 4 of 7
    Grill a Chocolate Panini
    Try a Strawberry Nutella Panini to get your chocolate fix for lunch.
    Click the recipe for Strawberry Nutella Panini.
  • Whip Up a Chocolate Smoothie 5 of 7
    Whip Up a Chocolate Smoothie
    Whip up a healthy chocolate smoothie. The perfect addition to a peanut butter sandwich and apple for lunch!
    Get the recipe for Healthy Chocolate Smoothie.
  • Make Homemade Chocolate Pudding 6 of 7
    Make Homemade Chocolate Pudding
    Try whipping up a batch of homemade chocolate pudding and tossing it in your lunch.
    Click for the recipe from With Style.
  • Grab some Chocolate Tortilla Chips 7 of 7
    Grab some Chocolate Tortilla Chips
    Pack a bag of chocolate tortilla chips in your lunchbox, then dip them into your favorite fruit salsa!
    Click for the recipe from About.com.

 

 

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