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DRIED MULBERRIES - A HIGH PROTEIN SNACK!


Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share with you my new favorite snack! Dried mulberries are packed full of nutrients and are an excellent source of protein and iron. (1/3 cup contains approx. 4 grams of protein)!!!

These antioxidant rich berries are also a good source of calcium, Vitamin A, C, E and K, folate, B vitamins and fiber. They can help improve digestion, enhance appetite and balance blood sugar. Mulberries can be consumed fresh, dried or in tea form.

Dried mulberries have a delicate sweet taste and an interesting texture. They are slightly crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Once I start snacking on them I find it hard to stop! I like to eat these on their own or I throw a few into my oatmeal, on salads, on smoothie bowls or on my chia seed pudding. They are a great tasting, nutrient dense, healthy snack! Have you tried them?

Thanks for reading!

CHELSEA

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