My sweet husband surprised me with fitness equipment! It was a tad early, but much appreciated none the less.
Treadmill and power rack! He loves me ;)
Our home gym is coming along quite nicely. He even made me a little office space!
The best part of having a home gym is that you can train on Christmas eve...
And Christmas day!
So onto the recipe! This is a good one :) a keeper
A make again recipe, the kind you have memorized.
I am so tired of making this, but I will still happily eat it! Literally, we had SIX Christmas parties this year- and I was asked to bring this to FOUR of them. The other two must not know about it yet, or else I would have probably been making it for them too!
I think the reason this dish is such a hit is that it is super healthy but still perceived as being a delicious treat by everyone. I like to bring it because I know there is something highly filling there and on plan for me. Always a win. Take a look at the nutritional stats at the bottom too. This delicious concoction is pretty impressive!
P.S. Do not skip out on the key lime Greek whip- it is what makes it special, k?
Fruit Salad with Key Lime Greek Whip
Choose from the following, try to choose at least from each color of the rainbow.
- Ruby Grapefruit
- Clementine Oranges
- Grapes (Green, Red, or Purple)
Rinse and combine, cut fruit into bite size pieces as needed. To keep fruit fresh longer, I like to squeeze one fresh lime over the fruit and toss with honey, it also gives the fruit a pretty gloss.
Key Lime Greek Whip
- 8 oz container of Cool Whip Lite
- 32 oz container of 0% Fat plain Greek Yogurt (I prefer Fage)
- 1 box Sugar Free Jello Cheesecake Pudding Mix
- 6 key limes or 2 regular limes, zest reserved
In a large bowl, combine Greek yogurt with box of pudding mix and zest of 1 lime. Add the juice of 2 limes. Mix well. Fold in container of Cool Whip. Garnish with remaining zest.
Per 1 cup of fruit salad and 1/2 cup of key lime Greek whip
- Calories- 134 kcal
- Carbs- 27g
- Fat- 0g
- Protein- 6g