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FOX 34 Your Health: Low-Cal Vanilla Snowballs Recipe

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Updated: 12/19/2013 6:15 am
Treats like cupcakes are almost too easy to come by during the holidays. Registered Dietitian Allison Childress shared a more health-conscious substitute that the whole family can help make and enjoy.

Here is the recipe for Vanilla Snowballs:

Ingredients:
1 12-ounce package white chocolate chips 6 cups popped popcorn

Directions:
Microwave the chocolate chips in a bowl for a minute or two. Put popcorn and cereal in a large bowl. Pour melted chocolate over popcorn and stir until coated well. Drop by 1/3 cup into cupcake liners. Let stand for 20 to 30 minutes until hardened.

Click on the attached video to learn more about the health benefits of swapping this treat for cupcakes and for the demonstration.
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