Healthy Dark-Chocolate Covered Snacks

Because chocolate-covered snacks are so much more fun!

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You don't need to cut chocolate out of your life completely to stay thealthy. Dipping foods in dark chocolate is an easy way to eat healthy food without losing its tasty flavor. Not only is dark chocolate a powerful source of antioxidants, it may also help aid the fight against heart disease, protect your skin from the sun and lift your mood. Here are all the snacks we'll be dipping in dark chocolate. Pick your favorite and get snacking now!

Here's How: Melt 4 ounces chopped bittersweet chocolate with 1 tablespoon coconut oil. Dip the items below in the chocolate, then refrigerate until set.

Perfect Dippable Snacks:

• Orange segments
• Plantain chips
• Candied ginger
• Roasted chickpeas
• Mini rice Cakes
• Dried pears
• Goji berries
• Grapes

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