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Kylie Walker / Posts tagged "dessert"

Seriously Healthy Fudgsicles

I know what you're thinking. Why am I posting another popsicle recipe when I just posted one last week. Hear me out! I have been testing out lots of recipes in my new popsicle mold lately with plans to post them throughout the rest of the summer, but this one is seriously so good that I could not wait to share it! Although you'd never be able to tell from the taste, these fudgsicles are a far cry from the store-bought version, which is laden with nasty fillers and health-degrading ingredients. This fudgsicle recipe however, made with five simple ingredients, is seriously healthy...

Red, White and Blueberry Yogurt Pops

Here in Western Pennsylvania we always wait soooo long for winter to end and for the weather to break. Finally, the beautiful days of summer are officially here! It always goes by so fast, so let's make sure we savor these long and hot days before they're in our rear view mirror. I can't think of a better way to cool off this summer than with these red, white and blueberry yogurt pops. Just in time to celebrate the 4th of July, kids and adults alike will enjoy these yummy treats! This recipe makes just the right amount for ten three-ounce popsicles. I used this Norpro popsicle mold that I got from Amazon. I made the blue layer with blueberries, the red layer with strawberries (but you could also use raspberries), and the white layer with plain yogurt. I used a...

90 Second Paleo Milkshake

IMG_7448_revSometimes you just gotta have something sweet, ya know what I mean? Luckily, with my Paleo Milkshake recipe you can still satisfy your sweet tooth without having to down a sugar-laden dessert. And trust me, I know the sweet tooth can sometimes quickly turn into an emergency situation, but no worries because you can whip this Paleo Milkshake together in just 90 seconds. The frozen bananas here are key. They are the secret behind the sweet flavor as well as the creamy texture. The almond butter and cacao powder blend together so perfectly it will keep you coming back to this recipe time and time again.  A scoop of chocolate protein would be a good substitute for the cacao powder to make this the ultimate post-workout shake. The unsweetened vanilla almond milk is the ideal base, because it gives it a touch of vanilla flavor that takes it over the top. If you don’t have vanilla flavored almond milk, try adding a dash of pure vanilla extract. With only four ingredients, this Paleo Milkshake is something you have got to try. It’s so simple to make, and I promise this creamy, scrumptious Paleo treat will not disappoint your primal palate!