For many of us a fitness photography session maybe our first photo shoot. Others may have had tons but are still nerves about the shoot or the out come of the shoot. Maybe it’s your first time shooting with us and that’s hard as we are both getting to know each other. So here is a great treat for you from @camile_periat on what she has or does:
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Healthy guilt free dessert under 150 calories and low in sugar/fat! I have this almost every night
-Artic Zero Ice Cream 1/2 cup 35 calories.
-Low cal whip cream 3 tble sp 30 calories
-Stevia sweetened/ vegan chocolate chips 3 tble sp 30ish Calories
You can still enjoy tasty treats and maintain your figure.
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“Healthy” Ice Cream Sandwiches👅
TAG SOMEONE WHO HAS A SWEET TOOTH!
What you need:
Use the #Shredz chocolate chip pizookie cookie recipe I posted last week but cut the ingredients in half to make smaller cookies!
– see recipe for ingredients!
@HaloTopCreamery (desired flavor)
@FlavorGod chocolate donut seasoning
What to do: ***See the pizookie recipe I posted last week but this time since your making smaller cookies.. Spoon out desired amount for cookie size, roll in to balls and place on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Flatten with spoon and make for about 10-12 mins (checking periodically) remove and let cool completely before adding ice cream. Using the sharpest knife you have, cut the whole outside of the ice pint evenly into 3-4 pieces for the inside of your cookie ice cream sandwiches! Sprinkle some @flavorgod chocolate donut seasoning on the outside and smush your sandwich together! –
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With the rain here and not being able to do everything you would like to do, here is a treat you can make. Germany – Bratapfel (Baked Apples) would a fun and joyful treat you can make. Something way healthier for the kids. If you have some great ideas please email me as I’m sure others would love to have some ideas for this weather. Please comment below if you get a chance to make these “Germany – Bratapfel” (Baked Apples) and let every one know how they turned out!
Homemade oven baked apples
Fruitcake is probably one of the most widely known German recipes for this festive season, but baked apples actually have a long tradition as a favorite way to enjoy fruit during the winter. Though usually made on Nikolaus Day (December 6th), these baked apples stuffed with walnuts and dried fruits can satisfy your sweet tooth throughout the entire holiday season.
4 medium sized apples
30 g chopped walnuts
25 g raisins
2 dessert spoons apricot jelly
1 dessert spoon honey
1/4 tsp cinnamon
1 dessert spoon butter
Instructions: Wash the apples and remove the core. Place the apples in a greased baking pan. Mix together the walnuts, raisins, jelly, honey and cinnamon and fill the apples. Scatter small pieces of butter over the apples and bake in a preheated oven at 200 C for about 30 minutes. Serve warm with either vanilla sauce or enjoy them on their own.
Nutritional bonus: Apples are high in fiber and vitamin C, and walnuts provide an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids.
Holiday food fact: Today’s festive fruitcake actually comes from Stollen, which is a German fruit bread eaten during the holidays and its first recipe dates back to 1474. In Dresden, there is an annual festival in which bakers make a cake weighing over 3 tonnes to parade through town. Imagine the calories in that!
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