How To Do Stuff: Recipe: Toasted marshmallow chocolate mousse. Gummy Wine Hearts Recipe. Photo by: thrive-style.com Gummy snacks are a popular treat for young kids.
However, they may not have the kick that adults can appreciate, right? One reason may be the ingredients that are used to make them. Another thing about a variety of gummy treats is the inclusion of sugar and minimal amounts of nutrition. You can easily make your own gummy wine hearts as a snack that also will have many health benefits. The Basics Gummy wine hearts are an adult snack that’s not meant for kids. The Details Your gummy wine hearts will have a sweet flavor that is provided by a special ingredient – maple syrup. Making gummy wine hearts is not a complicated process. Molds will be used to for the shape of your gummy wine hearts. Complete directions to make these fantastic gummy wine hearts can be found on thrive-style.com here… Cream cheese-filled banana bread. 12 Packable Snackables. Grab one of these easy-pack snacks to toss in your bag, then get going!
Spring's waiting! Spring's here, with all its outdoor fun and activities in tow. Time to shake off the heavy sweaters of winter and get your fun-in-the-sun activities on! But all that fun stuff requires calories – delicious calories – to keep you fueled for biking, hiking, dog-walking, mountain climbing, or whatever it is that keeps your spirits soaring. We've got a dozen tasty treats that jump into your bag so you can run out the door and soak up the fresh air: 1. These treats feature crunchy walnuts, cranberries, wheat germ, flax and a touch of chocolate for a complete and yummy snack. 2. Mixed dried fruit, maple syrup and a bit of citrus flavor make these tasty tarts unique and berry irresistible. 3. Mix graham snacks, popcorn, Berry Berry Kix cereal and sourdough pretzel nuggets, and you've got a travel-with-you finger food in seconds. 4. 5.
DIY Mini Funnel Cakes. Caramel Apple Crumb Bars Recipe. Funfetti Cake Dip. Are you ready for the greatest party ever in your mouth?? Yes I went there. I first tried this funfetti dip at my girlfriend's Stella and Dot jewelry party and we literally couldn't stop eating it! I immediately thought that I had killed my diet since this tasted just like I was licking cake batter directly out of the bowl, but au contraire my friends! This is actually really low in fat and calories and is the perfect go-to sweet treat when you're craving those chocolate chip cookies or that yummy slice of cake. And don't even get me started on how easy this is to make. Here, allow me to show you. That's it! 3 simple ingredients and you've got yourself one hell of a dip! I got this delicious recipe from my friend Nicole who of course found it on Pinterest (my absolute addiction), so I decided to do a little research and tracked down the original recipe from the adorable blog Little Bitty Bakes .
Servings: 24 Serving Size: 1/4 cup Calories: 105 Fat: 2 g Carbs: 20.2 g Fiber: 0.3 g Protein: 1.4 g. Skinny Funfetti Cake Dip. I wanted to make a lighter dip for our New Year’s Eve Party and had two recipes that I couldn’t decide between so I just made both.
The first was a healthy cookie dough dip. I was skeptical when I saw it was made with blended chickpeas (seriously, what was I thinking?) But gave it a try anyway. I literally almost gagged when I tried it. It tasted like hummus with some peanut butter and chocolate chips mixed in. But this skinny funfetti dip on the other hand, I loved. I should’ve known Funfetti was the way to go, as long as it tastes like cake batter I don’t think you can go wrong. This stuff is thick, creamy, and oh so cake-battery. Then just dip your way through it with some low fat vanilla wafers or graham crackers, or pretzels, or a spoon. I’ll chunky dunk my way through this skinny dip any day! Skinny Funfetti Dip Ingredients 1 box Pillsbury Funfetti Cake Mix2 cups nonfat plain yogurt1 1/2 cups light cool whip (thawed)extra sprinkles to sprinkle on top Instructions Sweet Treats & More.
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