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1. Chocolate Mint Popsicles
This video walks you through exactly how to make these delicious (and healthy!) ice cream alternatives.
Choc Mint Popsicles. Upon tasting these you would never guess that they are made from avocado and banana. They are a great alternative to regular ice cream. Do you binge on ice-cream? It is very common due to the high amount of fat and sugar. I strongly suggest trying a recipe like this that is lower in calories allowing you to consume in moderation. Be sure to add a teaspoon of mint extract and a table spoon of maple syrup for some extra flavour! I also use a high quality low carb protein powder and 90% dark chocolate as that suits my daily macronutrients. Details including the whole recipe coming soon to our website. I will also include the fats, carbohydrates and protein as people are often naive to the macronutrients that are actually involved in creating them!
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2. Cereal Pops
Want an excuse to eat a cool popsicle for breakfast? Look no further than cereal yogurt pops.
Homemade Fruity Pebble yogurt pops – Kids go crazy for these, my son devoured one just this morning! With warm weather around the corner I couldn't help but share these fun, easy, healthier, homemade popsicle treats (makes for a fun project with mom/dad too). This one particularly is great for any time of day, especially breakfast (use any cereal your child(s) loves)! 🌞 🍦 Happy Monday! . . . #homemade #popsicle #fruitypebbles #popsiclerecipe #homemadepopsicles #happymonday
Cosmo even created a handy video that walks you through exactly how to make them:
3. Homemade Ice Cream
Craving ice cream but no time (or let’s be real, no transportation) to get to the store? You can make ice cream at home and it’s simple, quick, and leaves the flavor options up to you.
Here’s a great tutorial that will satisfy your cravings AND make your science teacher proud.
4. Homemade Milkshakes
You don’t have to go to a diner to get an incredible milkshake. You can make them at home and you’ll want to after you see this:
Salivating yet? Here’s a great tutorial for making these classic treats at home:
5. Frozen Hot Chocolate
Sometimes you crave weirdly inappropriate things. Like when it’s 90 degrees out but your body just NEEDS a hot chocolate. You don’t have to wait until November or risk heat stroke to indulge in this cold weather favorite though. Frozen hot chocolate is a thing and it’s delicious. Serendipity 3 in New York is famous for these:
Here’s how to make it at home:
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