Ice cream is a treat we all enjoy, especially on a hot summer’s day! Just like ice cream, macaroons are right up there on the mouthwatering chart if you ask me. But what if we’re working hard in the gym and want to keep seeing hard earned results? Indulging in a sweet treat that doesn’t fit our goals can sometimes be quite tempting and difficult to resist. However, I never understood why sweet treats had to be so bad for us; there has to be a way to enjoy a sweet treat and stay on track. And so I started to make my own. Learning what ingredients you can swap to create a clean recipe from a not-so-clean dish certainly helps keep the fitness motivation going. Exchanging dairy and sugar for protein powers, organic tofu, and fruit can make an amazingly sweet snack without the guilt! Here is a super clean treat that you can feel good about eating!
- 1 scoop vanilla Sunwarrior protein powder
- 3 cups unsweetened coconut flakes
- 1/2 cup organic silkened tofu
- 1/2 cup organic raw stevia
- 3 cups frozen banana (chopped)
- 2 cups strawberries (best if frozen too)
- 1/2 cup almond milk
Mix all macaroon ingredients in a bowl. Then put into muffin tins and bake at 300° F for 30 minutes! DONE :)
Blend ice cream ingredients a few seconds until smooth (or slightly chunky if that’s your preference). You may have to stop to scrape down the sides once or twice, but be sure not to blend too long or it will melt!
Eat the macaroons and ice cream in a bowl together or enjoy them separately. Have fun!
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