Snickers, Reese’s, or M&M’s! Find Out What 100 Calories Really Looks Like

Snickers| Reese’s| or M&M’s! Find Out What 100 Calories Really Looks Like

Although you may shudder to enter a holiday season overflowing with sweets| Halloween candy might just be a tiny blessing in disguise. The small “fun size”” bars and packets offer up controlled serving sizes| giving you a tiny taste of the sweet you crave without going overboard. Since portion control and moderation are both key when enjoying Halloween candy| here’s a little visual to help you see exactly what 100 calories of your favorites looks like.

| Baby Ruth

One fun size bar = 85 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 106 calories

| Butterfinger

One fun size bar = 85 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 106 calories

| Candy Corn

One piece of candy corn = 7.5 calories

13 candy corns = 97.5 calories

| Charleston Chew

One fun size bar = 30 calories

Three and a half fun size bars = 105 calories

| Heath Bar

One fun size bar = 77 calories

One and one-third fun size bars = 104 calories

| Hershey’s Bar

One fun size bar = 67 calories

One and a half fun size bars = 101 calories

| Kit Kat

One fun size bar = 70 calories

One and a half fun size bars (three sticks) = 105 calories

| M&M’s

One packet (18 pieces) = 73 calories

One and a half packets (27 pieces) = 110 calories

| Peanut M&M’s

One packet (eight pieces) = 90 calories

One and a quarter packets (10 pieces) = 113 calories

| Peanut Butter M&M’s

One packet (10 pieces) = 95 calories

| Milky Way

One fun size bar = 80 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 100 calories

| Mounds

One fun size bar = 80 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 100 calories

If Almond Joy is your fave| note that one bar is slightly higher in calories at 91 calories a bar.

| Mr. Goodbar

One fun size bar = 90 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 113 calories

| Nestle’s Crunch

One fun size bar = 60 calories

One and three-quarters fun size bars = 105 calories

| Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup

One cup = 110 calories

| Snickers

One fun size bar = 80 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 100 calories

| Snickers Peanut Butter

One fun size bar = 130 calories

Three-quarters of a fun size bar = 99 calories

| Take 5

One fun size bar = 100 calories

| 3 Musketeers

One fun size bar = 63 calories

One and a half fun size bars = 95 calories

| Twix

One fun size bar = 80 calories

One and a quarter fun size bars = 100 calories

| York Peppermint Patty

One fun size patty = 60 calories

One and three quarters fun size patties = 105 calories

Vegan Halloween Candy You Can Make in Less Time Than Your Costume

Vegan Halloween Candy You Can Make in Less Time Than Your Costume

Halloween comes with many traditions| from the careful selection of your costume to carving the perfect pumpkin. Then there’s the ever-loved excuse of indulging in more than our fair share of Halloween candy. However| these treats are often filled with heaps of refined sugar| chemical additives| gelatin| and allergy-causing ingredients. Whether you’re looking for options with natural ingredients or ones that are vegan friendly| we’ve got you covered with these 13 vegan alternatives to your Halloween favorites. With each one of these recipes clocking in at fewer than 10 ingredients| grab your food processor and enjoy these wholesome treats this Halloween season!

| Candy Corn

A bag of candy corn often signifies the beginning of the Halloween season. Unfortunately| these little kernel-themed candies are filled with gelatin and other artificial ingredients. Enjoy a handful of vegan candy corn instead. These candies are made with natural selections like cashew butter and anti-inflammatory turmeric for the iconic color!

| Kit Kats

Not much can beat the combo of crunchy wafers and creamy chocolate. Satisfy your cravings for the unstoppable duo with this ridiculously simple vegan Kit Kat recipe.

| Snickers

One of the best parts about Snickers is that they have a little bit of something for everyone. This all-natural| all-vegan option packs all the deliciousness of nuts| caramel| and chocolate without dairy or an excess of sugar.

| Butterfinger

There’s nothing like the recognizable crunch of a Butterfinger. This vegan Butterfinger alternative packs all the texture and flavor of a Butterfinger without the synthetic ingredients. Bonus: all items needed are probably already in your cupboard!

| Rolos

Create a healthy yet still mouthwatering caramel for homemade vegan Rolos with dates and other natural ingredients.

| Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

One of America’s most loved Halloween candies can be re-created to be dairy (and even nut) free without losing its characteristic flavor and texture with these vegan chocolate sunbutter cups.

| Caramel Apples

Channel all of the nostalgia of classic caramel-dipped apples with this 100 percent vegan version.

| Mint Truffles

Create your own refreshing and delicious peppermint patty look-alikes at home with these Paleo and vegan-friendly peppermint truffles.

| Chocolate-Dipped Pumpkin Seed Brittle

Combine delicious chocolate with holiday-appropriate pumpkin seeds jazzed up as a brittle for a healthy| tasty| and vegan-friendly Fall treat.

| Almond Joy

For just 86 calories a pop| you can enjoy your favorite tropical-inspired Halloween candy with just five ingredients and a food processor!

| Twix Bar

Crunchy wafer| smooth caramel| and delicious chocolate combine to re-create one of our staple favorites in this vegan-friendly Twix recipe.

| Chocolate-Covered Caramels

With just four ingredients| you can make your own delectable vegan chocolate-covered caramels fit for even the fanciest of chocolate boxes. Top with sea salt for an added dimension.

| Halloween Oreos

Enjoy all of the holiday charm without artificial orange cream! These vegan Halloween-themed cookies include all-natural elements and real pumpkin.

How to Make Halloween Healthier (Without Your House Getting Egged!)

Yes! You can hand out healthy treats on Halloween without disappointing the neighborhood kids. Julie Upton, MS, RD, of Appetite For Health, shares her top seven picks ¡ª including candy!

Halloween is right around the corner, and talk about fright . . . I’m having a full-on panic attack about the holiday this year.

Here’s my dilemma: As a dietitian, I don’t feel good about giving kids oversize, empty-calorie treats to add to their already over-sugared budget. But I also don’t want to be the Grinch who stole Halloween or be known as “those people,” the types who hand out ¡ª egads! ¡ª raisins, pennies, or toothbrushes.

If you’re like me and you don’t want to have your house egged or your trees draped with toilet paper due to “lame” treats, try these seven goblin- and ghoul-pleasing goodies.

1. Peanut M&M’s

The good news about peanut M&M’s is, well, the peanuts. Peanuts provide 30 essential nutrients and are a good source of protein, fiber, and B vitamins. Instead of handing out regular M&M’s, opt for the snack packs of Peanut M&M’s to get the goodness of the peanuts with less added sugar of traditional chocolate bars and a bit of protein.

Peanut M&M’s (1 Fun Size Pack): 90 calories, 5 g fat (2 g sat fat), 7 g sugar

2. Hershey’s Kisses With Almonds

Hershey’s Kisses are a great option for Halloween due to their diminutive portion size and only 25 calories per kiss. Kids can have four to five kisses and get fewer calories than a regular candy bar, plus the almonds provide positive nutrients, like protein and vitamin E.

Hershey’s Kisses (1 piece) With Almonds: 25 calories, 1 g fat (<1 g sat fat) 2.5 g sugar

3. Kind Nuts & Spices Bars

Instead of a “full-size” candy or energy bar, I’ll hand out Kind Bars, which are made from wholesome ingredients like nuts, whole grains, and dried fruit that pack in protein, fiber, and unsaturated fats. Kind Nuts & Spices line has 50 percent less added sugar (just 5-6 grams) compared to energy bars and pack in a lot more filling protein and fiber.

Kind Nut Delight: 210 calories, 16 g fat (2 g sat fat) 5 g sugar, 6 g protein, 3 g fiber

4. Noncandy Tricks

I’m planning to mix in noncandy tricks with my treats because a study from Yale University found that children are just as excited about getting a toy as they are candy.

Ghoulishly Great Ideas:

Spooky school supplies (pencils, erasers)Scary stickersPlastic rings and braceletsTemporary tattoosArts and crafts suppliesGlow sticksBouncy balls5. Jelly Beans

Yes, they’re 100 percent pure sugar, but jelly beans are a great option because they satisfy a sweet tooth with just four calories per bean! An average jelly bean has just 3-4 calories, so I can give out “snack packs” without adding too many calories to kids’ diets.

Jelly Belly Assorted Jelly Bean Flavors (1 snack pack): 28 calories, 7 g sugar

6. S-L-O-W Sweets

Treats that take kids a long time to eat help slow down consumption so that hopefully they’ll eat fewer calories. Some of my favorite s-l-o-w treats to hand out include lollipops, taffy, Tootsie Rolls, and licorice.

Jolly Rancher (1 piece): 20 calories, 4 g sugarTwizzlers (2-piece pack): 30 calories, 4 g sugarTootsie Roll Pops (1 pop): 60 calories, 10 g sugarTootsie Rolls Juniors (1 piece): 35 calories, <1 g fat (<.5 g sat fat), 5 g sugar

7. Peppermint Patties

Peppermint patties are a surprisingly better choice because they are low in fat so their calorie counts are kept in check. Plus, they’re made with dark chocolate, which naturally has less added sugar than milk chocolate.

York Peppermint Patties (1 piece): 50 calories, 1 g fat (<1 g sat fat), 9 g sugar

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How to Make Halloween Healthier (Without Your House Getting Egged!)

Yes! You can hand out healthy treats on Halloween without disappointing the neighborhood kids. Julie Upton| MS| RD| of Appetite For Health| shares her top seven picks ¡ª including candy!

Halloween is right around the corner| and talk about fright . . . I’m having a full-on panic attack about the holiday this year.

Here’s my dilemma: As a dietitian| I don’t feel good about giving kids oversize| empty-calorie treats to add to their already over-sugared budget. But I also don’t want to be the Grinch who stole Halloween or be known as “those people|” the types who hand out ¡ª egads! ¡ª raisins| pennies| or toothbrushes.

If you’re like me and you don’t want to have your house egged or your trees draped with toilet paper due to “lame” treats| try these seven goblin- and ghoul-pleasing goodies.

1. Peanut M&M’s

The good news about peanut M&M’s is| well| the peanuts. Peanuts provide 30 essential nutrients and are a good source of protein| fiber| and B vitamins. Instead of handing out regular M&M’s| opt for the snack packs of Peanut M&M’s to get the goodness of the peanuts with less added sugar of traditional chocolate bars and a bit of protein.

Peanut M&M’s (1 Fun Size Pack): 90 calories| 5 g fat (2 g sat fat)| 7 g sugar

2. Hershey’s Kisses With Almonds

Hershey’s Kisses are a great option for Halloween due to their diminutive portion size and only 25 calories per kiss. Kids can have four to five kisses and get fewer calories than a regular candy bar| plus the almonds provide positive nutrients| like protein and vitamin E.

Hershey’s Kisses (1 piece) With Almonds: 25 calories| 1 g fat (<1 g sat fat) 2.5 g sugar

3. Kind Nuts & Spices Bars

Instead of a “full-size” candy or energy bar| I’ll hand out Kind Bars| which are made from wholesome ingredients like nuts| whole grains| and dried fruit that pack in protein| fiber| and unsaturated fats. Kind Nuts & Spices line has 50 percent less added sugar (just 5-6 grams) compared to energy bars and pack in a lot more filling protein and fiber.

Kind Nut Delight: 210 calories| 16 g fat (2 g sat fat) 5 g sugar| 6 g protein| 3 g fiber

4. Noncandy Tricks

I’m planning to mix in noncandy tricks with my treats because a study from Yale University found that children are just as excited about getting a toy as they are candy.

Ghoulishly Great Ideas:

Spooky school supplies (pencils| erasers)Scary stickersPlastic rings and braceletsTemporary tattoosArts and crafts suppliesGlow sticksBouncy balls5. Jelly Beans

Yes| they’re 100 percent pure sugar| but jelly beans are a great option because they satisfy a sweet tooth with just four calories per bean! An average jelly bean has just 3-4 calories| so I can give out “snack packs” without adding too many calories to kids’ diets.

Jelly Belly Assorted Jelly Bean Flavors (1 snack pack): 28 calories| 7 g sugar

6. S-L-O-W Sweets

Treats that take kids a long time to eat help slow down consumption so that hopefully they’ll eat fewer calories. Some of my favorite s-l-o-w treats to hand out include lollipops| taffy| Tootsie Rolls| and licorice.

Jolly Rancher (1 piece): 20 calories| 4 g sugarTwizzlers (2-piece pack): 30 calories| 4 g sugarTootsie Roll Pops (1 pop): 60 calories| 10 g sugarTootsie Rolls Juniors (1 piece): 35 calories| <1 g fat (<.5 g sat fat)| 5 g sugar

7. Peppermint Patties

Peppermint patties are a surprisingly better choice because they are low in fat so their calorie counts are kept in check. Plus| they’re made with dark chocolate| which naturally has less added sugar than milk chocolate.

York Peppermint Patties (1 piece): 50 calories| 1 g fat (<1 g sat fat)| 9 g sugar

Image Source: Facebook user M&M's U.S.A.

Gluten-Free? These Halloween Candies Are Totally Safe

Holidays can be a real drag if you have dietary restrictions, and with Halloween being all about the candy, it can be downright scary. But there’s good news for those avoiding gluten: although you’ll have to steer clear of homemade mummy-shaped cakes and brownies decorated adorably with spiderwebs, most candy bars and hard candies get the green light ¡ª just stay away from Twizzlers, because they surprisingly do contain gluten! Now, we’re not saying to go crazy with the candies, but when a majority of “fun size” bars are only 100 calories, a little indulging might be necessary.

First things first. Always read the label on your candy before consuming. Unless labeled “gluten-free,” candy may contain traces of gluten, be produced in a facility that also processes products with wheat, or be made on equipment that is shared with products that are not gluten-free. Also note that a product labeled as gluten-free in one country may not be gluten-free where you live. For instance, Smarties in the US are g-free, whereas Smarties in Canada are not. Another reason to read the label? Companies are constantly changing the ingredients they put in products, so always double check just to be sure. When in doubt, you can call the 1-800 number located on the packaging to speak with a customer service representative to find out for sure if it’s free of gluten.

Here’s a list of popular candy that is currently gluten-free:

ChocolateAlmond JoyBaby RuthBit-O-HoneyButterfinger (original flavor only)Charleston ChewGoobersHeath BarHershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar (1.55 oz. only)Hershey’s Milk Chocolate With Almonds Bar (1.55 oz. only)Hershey’s Special Dark Chocolate With Almonds BarHershey’s Special Dark Chocolate With Toffee and Almonds BarHershey’s KissesHershey’s NuggetsOh Henry!Junior MintsMilk DudsMounds BarPaydayRaisinetsRolos (all except Rolo Minis)Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (all except Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Unwrapped Minis and seasonal shaped items)Reese’s PiecesSkor Toffee BarTootsie RollYork Peppermint Pattie (all except York Pieces Candy, York Minis, and York Shapes)

Related: DIY Gluten-Free Almond Joy Couldn’t Be Easier to Make

CandyCharms Blow PopsDotsHaribo Gold-Bears (not Juicy variety)Jelly Belly Jelly BeansLaffy TaffyMike and Ike Original FruitsHot Tamales Fierce CinnamonPixy StixRed HotsSkittlesSmarties (in the US)StarburstSugar BabiesSugar DaddyTootsie PopsWonka Lik-M-Aid Fun Dip

If you’re wondering about M&M’s, Snickers, Twix, 3 Musketeers, and Milky Way, the company that makes these products, Mars, urges consumers to read the labels directly on the package for allergy information.

¡ª Additional reporting by Heather Dale

Related: 5-Ingredient, Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Image Source: Flickr user Frank

Gluten-Free? These Halloween Candies Are Totally Safe

Holidays can be a real drag if you have dietary restrictions| and with Halloween being all about the candy| it can be downright scary. But there’s good news for those avoiding gluten: although you’ll have to steer clear of homemade mummy-shaped cakes and brownies decorated adorably with spiderwebs| most candy bars and hard candies get the green light ¡ª just stay away from Twizzlers| because they surprisingly do contain gluten! Now| we’re not saying to go crazy with the candies| but when a majority of “fun size” bars are only 100 calories| a little indulging might be necessary.

First things first. Always read the label on your candy before consuming. Unless labeled “gluten-free|” candy may contain traces of gluten| be produced in a facility that also processes products with wheat| or be made on equipment that is shared with products that are not gluten-free. Also note that a product labeled as gluten-free in one country may not be gluten-free where you live. For instance| Smarties in the US are g-free| whereas Smarties in Canada are not. Another reason to read the label? Companies are constantly changing the ingredients they put in products| so always double check just to be sure. When in doubt| you can call the 1-800 number located on the packaging to speak with a customer service representative to find out for sure if it’s free of gluten.

Here’s a list of popular candy that is currently gluten-free:

ChocolateAlmond JoyBaby RuthBit-O-HoneyButterfinger (original flavor only)Charleston ChewGoobersHeath BarHershey’s Milk Chocolate Bar (1.55 oz. only)Hershey’s Milk Chocolate With Almonds Bar (1.55 oz. only)Hershey’s Special Dark Chocolate With Almonds BarHershey’s Special Dark Chocolate With Toffee and Almonds BarHershey’s KissesHershey’s NuggetsOh Henry!Junior MintsMilk DudsMounds BarPaydayRaisinetsRolos (all except Rolo Minis)Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup (all except Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup Unwrapped Minis and seasonal shaped items)Reese’s PiecesSkor Toffee BarTootsie RollYork Peppermint Pattie (all except York Pieces Candy| York Minis| and York Shapes)

Related: DIY Gluten-Free Almond Joy Couldn’t Be Easier to Make

CandyCharms Blow PopsDotsHaribo Gold-Bears (not Juicy variety)Jelly Belly Jelly BeansLaffy TaffyMike and Ike Original FruitsHot Tamales Fierce CinnamonPixy StixRed HotsSkittlesSmarties (in the US)StarburstSugar BabiesSugar DaddyTootsie PopsWonka Lik-M-Aid Fun Dip

If you’re wondering about M&M’s| Snickers| Twix| 3 Musketeers| and Milky Way| the company that makes these products| Mars| urges consumers to read the labels directly on the package for allergy information.

¡ª Additional reporting by Heather Dale

Related: 5-Ingredient| Gluten-Free Peanut Butter Cookies

Image Source: Flickr user Frank

We’ve Unwrapped the Calorie Counts of Your Favorite Halloween Candy

Who isn’t tempted by a little fun-sized trick-or-treating candy? From the tiny Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to the Snickers bar you can wrap your hand around, there are Halloween candy jars everywhere these days. Remember, the little indulgences add up ¡ª just because they’re small doesn’t mean they are calorie-free. Take a look at the chart below and see how your fave candy stacks up.

1 treat size (fun size) Calories Fat (g) Sugar (g)

3 Musketeers63210100 Grand95411Almond Joy804.58Baby Ruth85510Butterfinger85410Charleston Chew30010Dots70011Heath Bar774.78.7Hershey’s Bar6747.7Jelly Belly Jellybeans3507Kit Kat7037M&M’s (Plain)73411.5M&M’s (Peanut)904.79.1M&M’s (Peanut Butter)95411.5Milk Duds4026.3Milky Way80310Milky Way Dark81311Mike & Ike5009Mounds804.57Mr. Goodbar9047Nerds50012Nestle Crunch6037PayDay9058Raisinets672.79.7Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup1106.510.5Reese’s NutRageous955.57.5Skittles80.814.5Snickers8048.5Snickers (Peanut butter)130712SweeTarts1002.4Take 51005.59Twix8078.5Whoppers100413York Peppermint Pattie60111

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Jenny Sugar

We’ve Unwrapped the Calorie Counts of Your Favorite Halloween Candy

Who isn’t tempted by a little fun-sized trick-or-treating candy? From the tiny Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups to the Snickers bar you can wrap your hand around| there are Halloween candy jars everywhere these days. Remember| the little indulgences add up ¡ª just because they’re small doesn’t mean they are calorie-free. Take a look at the chart below and see how your fave candy stacks up.

1 treat size (fun size) Calories Fat (g) Sugar (g)

3 Musketeers63210100 Grand95411Almond Joy804.58Baby Ruth85510Butterfinger85410Charleston Chew30010Dots70011Heath Bar774.78.7Hershey’s Bar6747.7Jelly Belly Jellybeans3507Kit Kat7037M&M’s (Plain)73411.5M&M’s (Peanut)904.79.1M&M’s (Peanut Butter)95411.5Milk Duds4026.3Milky Way80310Milky Way Dark81311Mike & Ike5009Mounds804.57Mr. Goodbar9047Nerds50012Nestle Crunch6037PayDay9058Raisinets672.79.7Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup1106.510.5Reese’s NutRageous955.57.5Skittles80.814.5Snickers8048.5Snickers (Peanut butter)130712SweeTarts1002.4Take 51005.59Twix8078.5Whoppers100413York Peppermint Pattie60111

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Jenny Sugar

These Paleo Milky Way Bars Are About to Become Your New Favorite Halloween Treat

Looking to make your Halloween a little more Paleo-friendly this year? Don’t miss out on this healthy Milky Way recipe from our friends at PaleoHacks.

Who doesn’t love a good candy bar (um, hello Paleo Twix Bars)? Milky Ways are especially delicious thanks to their soft marshmallow insides and gooey caramel. Unfortunately, regular candy bars are full of high-fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, and their chocolate has very little real cacao in it. So, have fun in the kitchen and make your own candy bars instead!

The marshmallows in these Paleo Milky Way Bars are made with gut-healing gelatin and are sweetened with just little bit of maple syrup. The “caramel” is made with nutritious almond butter and coconut cream.

Tip: The darker the chocolate you use on top, the more antioxidants you’ll get from it. Try to find one that doesn’t have milk fat, added oils, or soy lecithin it it. It’s best to use chocolate that’s at least 70 percent cacao, but you can go as high as 90 percent and the finished treat will still be amazing.

If you prefer a lighter caramel flavor, you can swap the maple syrup with honey. Also, since there are no preservatives or stabilizers to keep these bars fresh, make sure you keep them chilled in the refrigerator.

This recipe would make a wonderful weekend project with the kids. It takes a bit of elbow grease, but it’s definitely a very rewarding (and tasty!) endeavor.

Paleo Milky Way Bars

From PaleoHacks

Paleo Milky Way Bars

Paleo Milky Way Bars Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 cup + 6 tablespoons water3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin2 tablespoons + 1/2 cup pure maple syrup2 tablespoons cocoa powder1/4 cup creamy almond butter1/4 cup coconut cream1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate, melted

These Paleo Milky Way Bars Are About to Become Your New Favorite Halloween Treat

Looking to make your Halloween a little more Paleo-friendly this year? Don’t miss out on this healthy Milky Way recipe from our friends at PaleoHacks.

Who doesn’t love a good candy bar (um| hello Paleo Twix Bars)? Milky Ways are especially delicious thanks to their soft marshmallow insides and gooey caramel. Unfortunately| regular candy bars are full of high-fructose corn syrup| hydrogenated oils| and their chocolate has very little real cacao in it. So| have fun in the kitchen and make your own candy bars instead!

The marshmallows in these Paleo Milky Way Bars are made with gut-healing gelatin and are sweetened with just little bit of maple syrup. The “caramel” is made with nutritious almond butter and coconut cream.

Tip: The darker the chocolate you use on top| the more antioxidants you’ll get from it. Try to find one that doesn’t have milk fat| added oils| or soy lecithin it it. It’s best to use chocolate that’s at least 70 percent cacao| but you can go as high as 90 percent and the finished treat will still be amazing.

If you prefer a lighter caramel flavor| you can swap the maple syrup with honey. Also| since there are no preservatives or stabilizers to keep these bars fresh| make sure you keep them chilled in the refrigerator.

This recipe would make a wonderful weekend project with the kids. It takes a bit of elbow grease| but it’s definitely a very rewarding (and tasty!) endeavor.

Paleo Milky Way Bars

From PaleoHacks

Paleo Milky Way Bars

Paleo Milky Way Bars Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 cup + 6 tablespoons water3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin2 tablespoons + 1/2 cup pure maple syrup2 tablespoons cocoa powder1/4 cup creamy almond butter1/4 cup coconut cream1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate| melted