17 Delicious Macro Friendly Desserts


Do you love indulging in delicious desserts, but hate the guilt that often comes with them? We hear you. That’s why we’re here to bring you a mouthwatering solution: macro-friendly desserts.

But wait, what exactly are macro-friendly desserts? Simply put, they’re desserts that are designed to fit your macro-nutrient goals. Whether you’re looking to cut calories, increase protein intake, or reduce sugar consumption, these desserts are tailored to meet your needs.

So, without further ado, let’s dive into seventeen of our favorite macro-friendly desserts that will have you drooling and feeling guilt-free at the same time!

1. Summer Berry Parfait

Cool off this summer with our delicious and refreshing Summer Berry Parfait! Made with fresh, juicy strawberries and blackberries, creamy nonfat Greek yogurt, and topped with crunchy berry granola, this macro-friendly dessert is the perfect way to satisfy your sweet tooth while still keeping your nutrition on track.

Summer Berry Parfait Macros

Per Serving: Calories 198, Fat 2g, Carbs 27g, Protein 18g


100g strawberries, quartered

250g plain nonfat greek

40g blackberries

15g berry granola (bear naked


In a glass or small mason jar
add 40g strawberries.

Top with 70g yogurt.

Add 40g blackberries.

Repeat the yogurt layer and

Top with granola and sliced
strawberries for decoration.

You can recreate this recipe using fruits of your choice or even flavored yogurt. Try pineapple and kiwi for an exotic twist. This can be made ahead of time and will keep in a sealed container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. We recommend adding granola on the day.

2. Nice Not Naughty, Peach Cobbler

Looking for a macro-friendly dessert that won’t ruin your macros? Our Nice Not Naughty Peach Cobbler is the perfect guilt-free treat! Made with fresh, juicy peaches, zero-calorie sweetener, and heart-healthy Bisquick, this cobbler is both delicious and nutritious. Plus, with a dash of cinnamon and a sprinkle of rolled oats on top, it’s sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Peach Cobbler Macros

Per Serving: Calories 105, Fat 1g, Carbs 22g, Protein 2g


1½ cup monk fruit (or 100g) (or
other zero-calorie sweeteners)

1kg Peaches (or 3.5 cups sliced

40g Heart Healthy Bisquick

175mL Vanilla unsweetened
almond milk (or 3/4 cup)

1 tsp cinnamon

40g rolled oats


Preheat the oven to 375 f
Spray an 8×8-inch baking
dish with cooking spray
In a bowl mix sweetener and
In a small bowl stir together
Heart Healthy Bisquick,
vanilla milk, and 1/2 tsp
Spread the mixture evenly in
the baking dish
Top with sweetened peaches
Sprinkle 40g rolled oats and
1/2 tsp cinnamon on top
Bake for 55 minutes until
golden brown.
Once cooled, cut into 8 even
Store in an airtight container.

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3. Good With Anything Peanut Butter Dip

Looking for a sweet and savory treat that pairs well with fruits or crackers? Look no further than our Good With Anything Peanut Butter Dip! Made with creamy peanut butter, light vanilla yogurt, and a drizzle of honey, this dip makes a great macro friendly dessert alternative. Add a splash of vanilla extract to take it to the next level.

Peanut Butter Dip Macros

Per Serving: Calories 80, Fat 4g, Carbs 6g, Protein 5g


90g Peanut Butter

300g Light & Fit Vanilla Yogurt

10g Honey

Vanilla Extract (to taste,


In a bowl mix together all the
ingredients until smooth.
Chill in refrigerator for 1 hour.
Serve with fruit or crackers of
This recipe makes 8 servings and
will keep in an airtight container
for up to 5 days in the
This works well with everything
from plain chips, to strawberries
or even celery!

4. Too Good To Be True Tiramisu

Made with only a handful of simple ingredients, including creamy Tiramisu Dannon Fit & Light yogurt and crunchy rice cakes, our too good to be true Tiramisu is a perfect macro-friendly alternative to traditional, sugar-laden Tiramisu. Top it off with a sprinkle of cocoa powder for a decadent finish.

Tiramisu Macros

Per Serving: Calories 281, Fat 1g, Carbs 50g, Protein 18g


5g of 0 cal sweetener

6g of vanilla sugar-free
pudding mix

150g Tiramisu Dannon Fit &
Light yogurt

4 large rice cakes (36g total)

6g coco powder


In a small bowl combine 5g
of 0 cal sweetener and 6g of
vanilla sugar-free pudding
mix and slowly add cold
water for a thin consistency.
Add 150g of yogurt and mix
Leave to set in refrigerator for
1 hour.
Spread evenly over 4 rice
cakes, top with coco powder
and enjoy.
This recipe makes 2 servings of 2
rice cake tiramisu.

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5. You’d Be Bananas Not To Love These Banookies

If you’re on the hunt for a macro-friendly dessert that satisfies your sweet tooth without throwing your diet off track, look no further than our delicious Banookies!

With the perfect combination of banana, peanut butter, protein powder, and healthy mix-ins like chocolate chips and walnuts, these treats are sure to become a new favorite.

Banookies Macros

Per Serving: Calories 84, Fat 4g, Carbs 7g, Protein 5g


1 overripe banana (approx

15g peanut butter

1 serving protein powder (any
flavor, 100-120 cal/scoop)

40g whole grain oats

15g chocolate chips

15g chopped walnuts

15g unsweetened shredded
coconut (optional)


Preheat oven to 350F
In a bowl, mash with a fork
until mostly creamy: 1
overripe banana (approx
Add peanut butter, protein
powder, and whole oats, and
stir well with a wooden
Add in chocolate chips,
walnuts, and shredded
coconut, and stir well until
evenly distributed.
Drop by the spoonful onto a
cookie sheet lined with
parchment paper
Bake for 9 minutes.
Cool on wire rack.

6. Protein PBJ Reece’s Cups

Protein PBJ Reece's Cups Recipe: 2g Fat, 6g Carbs, 11g Protein and 85 Calories per serving

Looking for something sweet to have on-the-go? Grab one of these tasty little cups which are packed with protein, combining chocolate protein powder, nutty PB2, and sugar-free jelly that will satisfy your sweet tooth, without compromising your nutritional goals!

Protein PBJ Reece’s Cups Macros

Per Serving: Calories 85, Fat 2g, Carbs 6g, Protein 11g


For the chocolate layer:

2 scoops (50g) chocolate protein powder

5g cocoa powder

100g egg whites

For the peanut butter layer:

6 tbsp (36g) PB2 – Enough water for desired consistency, (runny so it sets more evenly).

For the jelly layer:

3 tbsp (50g) sugar free jelly (Polaners brand with fber used)

1 tbsp (14g) melted light butter – Stir together until jelly is runny enough to spread.


You can omit the jelly layer, reducing macros to 70 cals – 11P | 3.5C | 1.5F

Line a muffin tin with 6 liners (parchment paper is super easy to peel off).

In 3 separate bowls, stir together each layer until well mixed.

Spoon mixture into the muffin cups (pictured are half the chocolate with the rest for the top, but you can assemble these in any order).

Freeze for 10 minutes between layers if you want them well separated, or if you’re impatient you can just do it all at once for a marbled effect.

**Store these in the freezer. Let them thaw for just a minute before biting in, your dentist will thank

No-Bake Oatmeal Cookie Balls: 3.5g Fat, 5.5g Carbs, 2.5g Protein and 65 Calories Per Serving

Try these tasty, bite-sized No-Bake Oatmeal Cookie Balls packed with wholesome oats, protein cake mix, peanut butter, a sprinkling of sweet chocolate chips, and a dash of almond milk. This no-fuss dessert will satisfy your sweet tooth and help you hit your macros

No-Bake Oatmeal Cookie Balls Macros

Per Serving: Calories 65, Fat 3.5g, Carbs 5.5g, Protein 2.5g


1/4c (26g) Kodiak Power Cakes mix

1/2c (20g) quick oats

3 tbsp (48g) peanut butter

10g chocolate chips

2 tbsp (30ml) almond milk or water


Stir everything together and add just enough of the milk/water until it’s moist enough to roll into balls.

*These are best stored in the refrigerator in a ziploc bag.

8. Protein Jello Parfait

Protein Jello Parfait: 0g Fat, 5.5g Carbs, 10g Protein and 60 Calories Per Serving

Why not try our Jello Parfait – a light and creamy dessert that packs a delicious protein punch! Enjoy this sugar-free jello base topped with sugar-free pudding mix and layers of creamy fresh Greek yogurt with any additional mix-ins such as fresh fruit or granola for crunch and bursts of flavor.

Protein Jello Parfait Macros

Per Serving: Calories 60, Fat 0g, Carbs 5.5g, Protein 10g


1 pack of sugar-free jello

2 cups (450g) plain Greek yogurt or Cottage (divided)

16g sugar-free pudding mix


The end macros will vary based on the amounts you use and different mix-ins. Most range between 10-15g carbs, 0-2g fat, and 10-15g protein (just 80-140 cals per jar depending on the combination)

Make the jello as directed and divvy up the mixture between 5 mason jars, chill for 4 hours.

Stir in 8g pudding mix per 225g yogurt.

Layer the yogurt and any additional mix-ins as you see fit. Use more or less, add extra flavor layers if you like. This is totally customizable to whatever suits your tastes.

Mix In Ideas:

Graham crumbs (great for key lime or cheesecake)

Cereal/granola (put this on the very top or just as you’re about to eat it, as it’ll get mushy)

Chocolate chips


Whipped cream

9. Chocolate Banana Bread

Chocolate Banana Bread Recipe: 80 Calories, 1.5g Fat, 10g Carbs and 7g Protein Per Serving

Our Chocolate Banana Bread recipe is low in fat and packed full of nutrients, healthy fiber, and protein. This moist and succulent bread really delivers on flavor with potassium-rich banana, velvety cocoa, and sweet vanilla extract, making it a great healthy dessert option!

Chocolate Banana Bread Macros

Per Serving: Calories 80, Fat 1.5g, Carbs 10g, Protein 7g


100g ripe banana

7g light butter

50g chocolate whey

10g cocoa powder

1/2c (60g) self rising four

1 whole egg + 1 egg white

1/4c (60ml) unsweetened almond milk

1 tbsp (15ml) sugar free syrup

1 tsp vanilla extract (banana, cocoa, or coffee extract would be great subs too)

*Optional: walnut pieces (calories not included)


Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C), grease a loaf pan.

Microwave the banana and butter for a few seconds so they blend up more easily.

Using a large bowl and mixer, mix all ingredients until there are no more big banana chunks.

Pour into the loaf pan (top with the nuts now if you’re using them).

Bake for 20 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.

**Needs to be stored in the refrigerator after it cools off.

10. High Protein Pizookie

High Protein Pizookie, 23g Protein, 1.5 Fat and 9g Carbs.  140 Calories Per Serving

Introducing our take on the gooey chocolate chip cookie with our Protein Pizookie for a delicious, healthier alternative! This recipe is so simple to make using just four core ingredients of protein-rich whey, fluffy egg whites, naturally sweet pumpkin puree, and baking soda. Decorate with a variety of toppings such as chocolate chips, creamy Greek yogurt frosting or nutritious nut butter and you have yourself the perfect sweet treat!

High Protein Pizookie Macros

Per Serving: Calories 140, Fat 1.5g, Carbs 9g, Protein 23g


1 scoop whey (25g)

1 egg white (46g)

3 tbsp (45g) pumpkin puree or unsweetened applesauce

1 tsp baking powder


Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C) and grease a small 6” cake pan or single serving cast iron skillet.

Mix all ingredients and bake for ~ 15 mins or until set.

OR – In a large microwave safe bowl, cook for 1:30, then for 30 secs at a time JUST until set. Cook time varies greatly by microwave wattage. You don’t want to overcook it as it will dry out, so if it’s still gooey in spots you can let it sit to firm up a bit as it cools.

*Don’t do this in a mug unless you are halving the recipe! (Baking in the oven gives a better texture).

Topping Ideas (calories not included):

Chocolate chips, crushed cereal, cookies

Nut butter, whipped cream, ice cream

Chocolate syrup

Greek yogurt frosting

11. Protein Angel Food Cake

Protein Angel Food Cake: 1g Fat, 2g Carbs, 29g Protein and 130 Calories Per Serving

Try a little slice of heaven with our Protein Angel Food Cake! This dessert is not only low-in-fat and carbohydrates but it is packed full with protein goodness. Enjoy topped with either a refreshing Greek yogurt frosting, fresh fruit, syrup or chocolate chips, this cake will satisfy your sweet tooth without compromising your macros!

Protein Angel Food Cake Macros

Per Serving: Calories 130, Fat 1g, Carbs 2g, Protein 29g


4 egg whites (184g carton)

12g whey

1 tsp cream of tartar OR lemon juice

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 tbsp sweetener to taste


Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C), grease a 9” round cake pan.

Using a large bowl and mixer on the highest speed, mix the egg whites and cream of tartar/lemon juice for ~ 5 minutes OR until stiff peaks form.

Very slowly mix in the whey, extract, and sweetener. DO NOT OVER MIX!

Fold the mixture into the cake pan and bake for 20 mins.

*The cake will cave in a bit as it cools, this recipe is pretty versatile and will take on whatever flavor you put into it.

Topping ideas (calories not included):

Greek yogurt as frosting

Any fruit

Crushed cereal


Chocolate chips (you can even fold them in before baking)

12. Protein Chocolate Brownies

Protein chocolate brownies, fat 1.5g, carbs 6.5g, protein 3.5g, calories 55

These fudgey Protein Chocolate Brownies are a must-have macro-friendly dessert! Made using simple store-cupboard ingredients, this recipe combines the deep and rich flavor of chocolate with the goodness of protein Whey for a balanced, macro-friendly and truly delicious sweet treat.

Protein Chocolate Brownies Macros

Per Serving: Calories 55, Fat 1.5g, Carbs 6.5g, Protein 3.5g


Base (dry):

30g self rising four

15g chocolate whey

10g cocoa powder

1/4c 0 Calorie granulated sweetener

Base (wet):

120g pumpkin puree

30ml milk (Fairlife nonfat used)

14g light butter (melted)


10g chocolate whey

5g cocoa powder

15ml milk

1 tbsp (15ml) sugar free chocolate syrup

14g chocolate chips


Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C), grease a square baking dish or line with parchment paper. A mini 5” square pan was used, if you use a standard 9” then your brownies will be a bit thinner and you’ll want to shorten the bake time.

Mix all the dry base ingredients together to avoid clumping, then add the wet and stir until smooth. Add the batter to your baking dish.

Place in the oven for 2-3 mins while you prepare the topping.

Stir together all the topping ingredients except the chocolate chips. You want it thin but not runny, so add the milk slowly. Pour the mixture on top of the brownie batter.

Add the chocolate chips on top. Press a few of them down further into the batter.

Bake for another ~ 12 mins. For a fudgy brownie, using a toothpick you’ll want it to come out with some chocolate on it but NOT runny. Let it firm up a bit as it cools. It’s better to under-bake and have to bake a bit longer, than to over-bake and dry it out.

13. Mississippi Mud Pie

Mississippi Mud Pie Recipe, 1.5g Fat, 11g Carbs, 15g Protein, 120 Calories

Hit that chocolate craving without derailing your macros with our triple-layered Mississippi Mud Pie! Packed with protein and low-in-fat, this dessert combines a rich brownie base with sweet pumpkin puree, a gooey chocolate whey mid-layer finished off with a vanilla icing. Indulge yourself!

Mississippi Mud Pie Macros

Per Serving: Calories 120, Fat 1.5g, Carbs 11g, Protein 15g


For the base brownie layer:

1 tbsp (10g) self rising four

15g chocolate whey

1 tbsp (5g) cocoa powder

3 tbsp (45g) pumpkin puree

1 tbsp (15ml) sugar free chocolate syrup

For the gooey chocolate layer:

10g chocolate whey

1 tbsp (5g) cocoa powder

1 tbsp (15ml) milk

1 tbsp (15ml) sugar free chocolate syrup

For the icing:

10g vanilla casein

1 tbsp 0cal sweetener

2 tbsp (30ml) water


For the base brownie layer:

Preheat the oven to 350°F (175°C). Grease a small baking dish (mini 5” square pan used).

Stir together the brownie ingredients until smooth, it should make a thick batter/ paste. Spread it out in the baking dish.

Bake for just a couple minutes while you prepare the next layer.

For the gooey chocolate layer:

Stir together all the ingredients, it should be a looser consistency but not runny.

Pour the gooey layer on top of the brownie layer.

Bake for another ~ 8 mins just until it’s set.

For the icing:

Stir together the icing ingredients, you may need just a splash more water depending on your casein.

Refrigerate the icing while the rest of the pie is cooling for a few minutes, then spread it over the top.

14. Protein Baked Vanilla Cheesecake

Protein Baked Vanilla Cheesecake Recipe: 2g Fat, 8g Carbs, 15g Protein, 110 Calories Per Serving

Enjoy this creamy and delicious Protein Baked Vanilla Cheesecake made with fresh Greek yogurt, fat-free cream cheese, egg, sweetener, and vanilla extract! Opt to have it with or without a Graham cracker crust for a lighter option, and mix in fresh fruit berries, chocolate chips, or crunchy nuts for added nutrition before baking. Serve chilled and share with a friend for a guilt-free dessert!

Protein Baked Vanilla Cheesecake Macros

Per Serving: Calories 110, Fat 2g, Carbs 8g, Protein 15g


For just the cheesecake:

1/2c (113g) plain greek yogurt

84g fat free cream cheese

1 egg

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 tbsp 0 calorie sweetener

Graham cracker crust:

2 crushed graham crackers (31g)

2 tbsp (28g) light butter (melted)


110 Calories – Without crust – 15P | 8C | 2F

215 Calories – With crust – 16P | 20C | 8F

Preheat oven to 325°F (160°C), grease a small loaf pan or 6” round pan.

With a mixer on low speed, mix together the yogurt, cream cheese, and vanilla until smooth. Slowly add in the egg and sweetener and mix just until blended.

Pour the mixture in the baking dish. You can add in any goodies you want baked into the cheesecake (sliced fruit, nuts, chocolate chips)

Bake for ~ 30 minutes, then turn off the oven and leave it in there for another 30 minutes before removing.

Let it cool for another 15 minutes, then refrigerate for several hours until it’s set (overnight if possible)

You can eat this right out of the pan without the crust, it’s got a firm enough texture that you can slice it and it will hold up if you’re careful. A springform pan makes it much easier to do that way.

To make the crust:

Combine the crumbs and butter, pat firmly into a greased baking dish. Bake at 350°F for 5-10 mins or until golden brown.

15. Protein Mug Cake

Protein Mug Cupcake, 140 Calories, 1g Fat, 17g Carbs, 15g Protein

Looking for a dessert in a hurry? Try our quick and easy Protein Mug Cupcake recipe for a sweet and nutritious treat ready in just under two minutes! Made using self raising flour, protein-rich whey, naturally sweet applesauce and almond milk, these perfectly cooked Mug Cupcakes can be topped with a fresh Greek yoghurt frosting to finish. Baking really doesn’t have to be laborious, give this quick recipe a try today and keep your body fueled!

Protein Mug Cupcake Macros

Per Serving: Calories 140, Fat 1g, Carbs 17g, Protein 15g


For the cake:

1 tbsp (10g) self rising four

10g whey

2 tbsp (30g) unsweetened applesauce

1 tbsp (15ml) almond milk

For the frosting:

60g plain greek yogurt

4g sugar free pudding mix (or just use flavored yogurt and skip the mix)


For the cake:

In a microwave-safe mug or bowl, mix together all the ingredients and cook for ~ 1:30 or until cooked through.

For the frosting:

Mix the Greek yogurt with the sugar free pudding mix or simply use flavored yogurt and skip the mix!

16. Copycat McDonald’s Apple Pie

Copycat McDonald's Apple Pie Recipe: 3g Fat, 21g Carbs, 9g Protein and 150 Calories

Our Copycat McDonald’s Apple Pie proves you can have your favorite treats while maintaining a healthy diet! Enjoy this baked, golden, high-fiber parcel packed with diced sweet apples, cinnamon, and light butter. Savor the taste you love, guilt-free!

Copycat McDonald’s Apple Pie Macros

Per Serving: Calories 150, Fat 3g, Carbs 21g, Protein 9g


For the filling:

50g diced apple

7g light butter

Dash of cinnamon

Splash of water

For the pie:

1 high fiber wrap (Flatout or Joseph’s Lavash)

Pie filling (or you can just use canned sugar-free pie filling, reducing the fat by 2g)


For the filling:

In a microwave safe bowl, stir together all the ingredients. Wet a paper towel and cover the bowl, microwave for 30 secs at a time until the apples are soft.

For the pie:

Preheat the broiler on low. – Spoon the pie filling in the center of the wrap and fold it up so all the corners are tucked (you don’t want the filling to ooze out).

Bake for ~ 3-5 mins or just until crisp. Keep an eye on it every minute, it goes from golden to charred quickly.

Slice vent holes and let it cool off a bit before biting in.

17. Protein Cookies

Protein Cookies, 40 Calories, 2g Fat, 2.5g Carbs, 3g Protein Per Serving

Batch cook these delicious Protein Cookies for the perfect, grab-and-go sweet treat straight from the cookie jar! Loaded with protein, these cookies are delightful on their own or paired with an array of delicious toppings and flavors, to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Protein Cookies Macros

Per Serving: Calories 40, Fat 2g, Carbs 2.5g, Protein 3g


30g casein

3 tbsp (24g) coconut four

2 tbsp (30ml) sugar-free syrup

2 tbsp (32g) nut butter

1/4c (60ml) almond milk


Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).

Stir together casein, coconut four, syrup, and nut butter.

Using 1 tbsp at a time, add milk until a dough forms. You may need more or less milk depending on your protein powder and four.

Shape 12 cookies (~18g each, or you can make them bigger if you prefer), press them about ¼” fat and add any toppings before baking.

Bake 8-10 mins. You want them to be baked just enough that they aren’t gooey, let them firm up while cooling.

These should be stored in the refrigerator once cooled.

Topping ideas (calories not included):

Chocolate chip, chocolate chips + mini marshmallows (S’mores!), macadamia nut, M&M’s

Birthday cake: 1/2 tsp each butter and vanilla extract, sprinkles

Oatmeal raisin: raisins and a sprinkle of quick oats in the dough (you may want to cook the oats first if you’re making a batch of just oatmeal raisin.)

Snickerdoodle: 1 tbsp 0 Calorie sweetener + 1 tbsp cinnamon, mix and roll each cookie in the mixture

Butter pecan: 1 tsp sugar free syrup and chopped pecans

Lemon poppyseed: dash of lemon extract to the dough and poppyseeds

Peanut Butter: 12g PB2 and another 1-2 tsp of milk (this should be enough for the whole batch)

Double chocolate: 2 tbsp cocoa and 1/2 tbsp melted light butter

18. Protein Fluff

Protein Fluff, 3g Fat, 3g Carbs, 25g Protein and 140 Calories

Satisfy your sweet tooth and fuel your body with wholesome protein goodness, with our heavenly Protein Fluff recipe! This light and airy, low calorie dessert can be topped with a variety of delicious toppings such as cereal for added crunch and fresh fruit for a burst of natural sweetness.

Protein Fluff Macros

Per Serving: Calories 140, Fat 3g, Carbs 3g, Protein 25g


30g casein

1 tsp xanthan gum

1 cup (240ml) almond milk

You can substitute diet soda to save even more cals, but be careful when opening the blender lid as it may ooze out due to the pressure.


Using a blender or hand mixer on the highest speed, mix all ingredients for ~ 3 minutes until thickened.

Add a couple of crushed ice cubes and continue blending for a little extra volume.

This doesn’t really keep well, you can freeze it for a bit but it isn’t something that will hold up for meal prep.

Flavor/Topping ideas (calories not included):

Blend in any frozen fruit, or use fresh fruit as a mix-in

PB2 can be blended in

Any flavored extract

Crushed cereal, cookies, stray leftover Halloween candy

Enjoying delicious desserts while still meeting your macro goals is absolutely possible! With the recipes featured in this article, you can indulge without sacrificing your hard work and dedication to a healthy lifestyle. But why stop at desserts?

Don’t forget to check out our macro-friendly breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes for even more tasty and satisfying meals that will keep you fueled throughout the day. Keep up the good work and enjoy these guilt-free treats!

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