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Lighter Treat Recipe: Frozen Banana, Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Milkshake Recipes from The Kitchn

Lighter Treat Recipe: Frozen Banana, Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Milkshake Recipes from The Kitchn
You may have heard about one-ingredient ice cream, one of our all-time most popular recipes here at The Kitchn. It's a marvelous trick of a treat, made from frozen bananas that have been whipped furiously into a smooth, dreamy dessert. And yes, it tastes (and scoops) just like soft-serve ice cream. Well, the same science applies to milkshakes, and it led us to this: a thick, creamy, chip-studded shake that's lighter than our usual milkshake indulgences, being entirely ice cream-free (i.e. OK for breakfast). Milkshakes for breakfast! Of course, this is also a lovely dessert, healthier than a regular milkshake but still sweet and satisfying. I should note that this makes a pretty large milkshake. The frozen bananas give the shake its body, so while we think the other ingredients make a delicious combination, you can add whatever flavors you want. Tester's Notes This recipe has been a serious crowd-pleaser ever since Elizabeth posted it back in 2010. Want a gourmet upgrade?

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Juice Recipes The silica in cucumber is an essential component of healthy connective tissue, which includes intracellular cement, muscles, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, and bone. Cucumber juice is often recommended as a source of silicon to improve the complexion and health of the skin, plus cucumber’s high water content makes it naturally hydrating–a must for glowing skin. Lemon juice, being a natural antiseptic medicine, can participate to cure problems related to skin. Drinking of lemon juice mixed with water and honey brings glow to the skin. Celery contains sodium, which has been called a youth maintainer in the body.

Low Sugar, High Protein, Dairy Free Smoothie In our home we face diabetic challenges and issues with dairy. Plus, to be honest, we're not big breakfast eaters. But that's not really an option when you need to keep your blood sugar level and some pep in your step! We turn to seasonal fruits (and some occasional veggies), agave and soy to get the job done in a snap! This recipe serves two healthy portions (12-16oz each) and will last in the fridge for 48 hours if it needs to (although we make it fresh daily). - StumbleUpon How do you make bread even better? You stuff it with pepperoni and cheese. Then, you bake it in a bundt pan that allows you to pull off little chunks and dip them in pizza sauce. This is the perfect thing to bring to a party (and I did, where it disappeared quickly!) or to eat during a football game.

s’mores shots in chocolate glasses I cannot have a whole month of Treats and Sweets without including a few cocktails. Right? While I am not generally a sweet cocktail fan, every now and then I love to create a dessert drink. and I usually have fun making the edible shot glass it goes in. Some of these are perfect for the fall and winter, others are fresh summery sippers. Some are really fun, all are really sweet… Cheers! Brown Sugar Blueberry Cookies Certain things happen when you bake cookies that taste like muffins. Cookies become breakfast food. Midnight snacks too. You pass them off as two servings of fruit. No More IBS — Juicing For Health Juicing For Health You are here: Home / Pretty Juice Recipes / No More IBS No More IBS April 22, 2013 by Sara Ding Leave a Comment

Try This! Add Oatmeal to Smoothies When we first stumbled across a reference to oatmeal in a smoothie recipe, all we could think of was gummy clumps of raw oats floating in our delicious smoothies - emphasis on "smooth." But then we realized that there's a very easy trick to getting it right, and the effort is well worth it! The trick is to grind the oatmeal into a powder before adding it to the smoothie. You can usually do this right in your blender. Just measure out around a quarter cup or so of oatmeal (per smoothie), give it a whir in the blender, and then add the rest of your smoothie ingredients. The result is a thicker smoothie with an added nutritional boost!

The 34 Simple Two-Ingredient Recipes Posted by admin on May 22, 2013 in Recipes | 0 comments Cooking doesn’t get much easier than this. BTW, these are mostly desserts. I hope you’re OK with that. I know that you will enjoy in this amazing food tricks. Homemade Bacon Vodka I admit, I can’t remember the singular event that conspired to the creation of this bacon vodka. It came to life this Christmas and found home in a tasting kit of vodkas I made for friends and family. If you have time, bacon and vodka, you too can have this tasty elixir in your hands. What to do with it you ask?

77 Healthy Crock-Pot Recipes Crazy schedules, long work hours, and tempting takeout menus make it tough to even think about cooking most nights during the week. Despite the inconvenience, firing up the stove or oven is almost always cheaper and healthier than ordering in or eating out. How about a compromise? Flatulence/Wind Excessive flatulence can be a social embarrassment. It is a sign of an imbalanced intestinal flora, and can be easily remedied by eating the right food. Understanding Flatulence/Wind Easy Energy Almond Banana Shake! One of my favorite energizing shake recipes: Almond Butter Banana Shake (also known as my "easy energy" shake). Today I'll share with you my new simplified version of the recipe. As well as a special "spiced up" recipe option!.. Kathy Patalsky Frosty and creamy, this dairy-free shake is sure to please kids and adults! Rich in potassium, fiber, healthy fats and protein.

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