You are what you eat… donuts?

Craaaazy Friday night over here.  I’m exhausted from my very early workout this morning (5 am) where I finally accomplished my goal of doing an unassisted dip!!!) but I wanted to post a quick recipe in case you’re craving something sweet this very second!

Ever have one of those days where you just KNOW that eating something really sugary/fattening is going to make you feel so much better?  I have those pretty often, yesterday actually, and it’s always an inner struggle to convince myself that I don’t need the whole box of freshly baked glazed donuts.  It was hard to resist these guys while at the grocery store yesterday-

But instead of being weak and giving in to cravings, I went with a healthier treat!

It’s important to realize that FOOD IS FUEL not therapy, not a reward, not a companion, not comfort, not entertainment!  It requires constant conscious effort to remind myself that I don’t need to indulge to make myself feel better.  When I do need to satisfy my sweet tooth, I go for recipes like this one!

PB Spice Freeze

Makes 1 serving-

Calories: 200

Protein: 38g

Carbs: 7g (low carb for an evening snack)

Fat: 2g

Sugar: 3g

1/4 cup fat-free cottage cheese

1 scoop protein powder (Isopure Cookies and Cream for me!)

teaspoon cinnamon

dash of nutmeg

2 packets of stevia

2 tablespoons PB2 (or 1 tablespoon all natural peanut butter)

1 teaspoon vanilla

  1. blend all of the ingredients in a blender (add a cup of ice cubes to increase the volume/help it freeze quicker)
  2. freeze for at least one hour

it’s that easy:)

time to go sleep so I can conquer a chin up tomorrow morning!


4 responses

    • i know right? next project=getting krispy kreme to make a clean version;)
      I’ve been getting way too much sugar so it’s perfect for right before bed, let me know what you think!

  1. Great job on your first unassisted dip!! I’m up to 6 in a row now. It feels awesome! I haven’t tried pullups / chinups yet. I plan to start trying them at some point this year. The donuts do look tempting… congrats on overcoming your obstacle! It is so hard sometimes, but always worth it.

    • that’s so great!! Can’t wait until I get to 6:) I tried an unassisted chinup today, could only do it with 12 pounds resistance so I’m going to keep practicing everyday! let me know when you conquer the pullup or chinup!:)

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