Health/Fitness · Recipes

too good not to share. caramel mocha shakeology.

The other day while I was grocery shopping, I stopped in the Starbucks that’s inside of my grocery store and got a skinny iced caramel macchiato. Probably not the best choice on the menu but I wanted it, and when it’s “skinny” it’s really not that bad for you. Well since I have a short period of time while my 3 year old is at school to get the shopping done, I kind of forgot about the Starbucks drink while rushing through the store and ended up getting home with about 3/4 of it left.

I hadn’t had my Shakeology yet so I’m sitting there looking at this cup of deliciousness with the green straw sticking out and decided to mix the two for the hell of it. Well, let me just tell you, that was the best decision involving Shakeology (besides starting to drink it) that I have ever made. BUT who can afford $4 Starbucks every day? And even if you can easily afford it, why would you want to go get it all the time just to blend it up? Probably no one… (and if you do, more power to you!)

So I decided to make my own and it turned out just as good if not better than my original blend.

Recipe:

  1. 1 scoop of chocolate Shakeology
  2. 3/4 cup of extra BOLD brewed coffee, chilled
  3. 1/2 cup of skim milk (or milk of your choice)
  4. 1 teaspoon of sugar free caramel sauce – whatever you like is fine
  5. ice to thicken to taste
  6. more caramel sauce to drizzle over the top just because 😀

 

and you get this..

caramel mocha shakeology

 

 

you’re welcome.

 

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