🍳 15 min
🔥 1253 cal
✍️ by Taisiia Dobrozorova
Pies are traditional holiday favorites for all of us. All foods can fit into a healthy, balanced meal plan by following simple yet effective principles: balance, variety, and moderation.
Are you a pie fan? If yes, blueberries topping will be an antioxidant superstar. Such a pie is calorie dense, and the fruit filling provides vitamins С, E, manganese, and fiber. The last micronutrient is essential when working to maintain a healthy weight. Also, it helps to keep you feeling fuller for longer.
Antioxidants are natural defenders in the body that prevent or repair damage to cells, tissues, and DNA (the blueprint for cell production) caused by free radicals (harmful unstable substances). These toxic substances can lead to cancer, Alzheimer's, and heart disease. So, enjoy fruit desserts (of course, in moderation!) to receive various health-promoting nutrients.
30 g (2 tbsp)
Sour cream 15%
30 g (⅕ cup)
50 g (¼ tsp)
20 g (0.3 cup)
Graham cracker crust
180 g (1 pieces)
50 g (¼ cup)
Mint, Vanilla extract
Please follow the next steps:
With a mixer, beat sour cream, honey, and cream cheese, until well-blended in a medium bowl.
Then fold the mass in Cool Whip.
Spoon half of the mixture into the pie crust. Top with blueberries.
Spread with the remaining cream cheese mixture.
Scatter with blueberries left.
Finally, cover the pie and let it rest in the fridge for at least 5 hours.
Honey is 80 calories less per 100 g than white sugar and contains an enormous concentration of minerals and vitamins.
Choose low-fat dairy to decrease the number of calories you consume.
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