Would you try them instead of an Easter Egg?


Andy Simpson, a chocolatier from Barnsley, North Yorkshire, came up with the idea of chocolate covered sprouts a few years back, as the healthier option for children. The response was quite positive, although he admits they are an acquired taste.


Tara Hammett, a young nutritionist and personal trainer of Swansea, is now taking this a step further. She is on a one-woman mission to make the little green balls of fun a staple over Easter too… by coating them in chocolate. She has also added olives, mushrooms and crabs sticks to her list of bite size chocolate offerings.

The 33-year-old, who manages a health club near her home in Swansea, South Wales, has invented a recipe for sweet, chocolatey treats that are a more nutritious alternative to sugary, calorific Easter eggs.

Check out the full article in The Daily Mail online.

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