Looking for a smart way to indulge? Try our skinny Chocolate Raspberry Smoothie Recipe. Your sweet tooth will be in heaven, and you’ll have no regrets! #MullerMoment #CollectiveBias
Indulgences are something we don’t talk a lot about in January. It’s a time to cut back and make up for the error of our ways during the holidays. But, maybe that’s why so many of us give up on our healthy resolutions so early? Because, we try to go cold turkey on our favorites. We can walk the straight and narrow for the briefest of times, and then we cave. Once we cave, it’s easy to do it again. And again. And again.
Sound familiar? I was talking with my friends the other day about eating habits, and a few of them were big on the “cheat day.” If you ask me, that sounds like trouble. A day where I can eat whatever I want is probably a bad idea. Instead, I’d rather find better substitutes for my guilty pleasures, and treat myself every now and then, rather than dedicate a whole day. I’m not a big fan of taking one step forward and two steps back.
Which is why I’m totally digging this Skinny Chocolate Raspberry Milkshake (or shall we call it a smoothie?)! I was inspired by Müller® Ice Cream Inspired Yogurt which I recently picked up at my local Walmart. I’m a sucker for anything Chocolate and Raspberry (ask my sister, it runs in the family), and couldn’t wait to get home and experiment new recipes with it.
It didn’t take me long to come up with perfection, if I do say so myself!
Using only the Chocolate Raspberry Müller® Ice Cream Inspired Yogurt, frozen raspberries and just a sprinkling of dark chocolate chips, this is the perfect treat. Heck, go crazy and have it for breakfast! Why not?
Nothing to feel guilty about and satisfies that sweet tooth that can be a bear to tame – especially in January!
- 2 cups of Raspberry Chocolate Chip Müller® Ice Cream Inspired Yogurt
- 1/2 cup of frozen raspberries
- small handful of dark chocolate chips
- Put all ingredients in blender and mix until smooth! Enjoy!
What do you miss most in your diet when you are trying to be good?