The Valentine’s day sugar high may have already worn off, but don’t worry! I’ve got the simplest recipe to satisfy your sweet tooth, and it’s loaded with fruit and even a little kick of probiotics for an easy boost to your digestive system.
First, here are a few other eats from the weekend! My friend and running buddy, Krista, and I spent Valentine’s day running and eating. Two of my favorite things. We pounded out a little over 6 miles on Saturday morning, and goodness, I’m so glad we did. The extra chilly weather almost caused us to postpone our run and stay in pjs, but we spent the hour chatting away about life and marveling the beautiful sunshine. Totally worth the freezing hands!
After the run, we made plans to spend the evening relaxing and putting together a tasty dinner. I gathered recipe ideas from pinterest and instagram, but needless to say, we ended up with a “kitchen sink salad.” There were just too many options to choose from, so we basically picked our favorite toppings from each and ended up with our own delicious creation.
[chopped romaine lettuce, grilled chicken, apples, avocado, red onion, granola, feta, caesar dressing]
Side note: I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the weekend of love rekindled my love for avocados. Bought a whole bag at the grocery store yesterday. Yippee!
Now here’s what you’ve been waiting for: Creamy Banana Soft Serve!
- Bananas (unpeeled, sliced, frozen; I used 2)
- Kefir, Milk, or Almond Milk (I used strawberry kefir for a probiotic punch)
- Dash of unsweetened cocoa powder
- Fresh cut strawberries (for topping)
Add frozen banana slices and about 1/4 cup of your liquid of choice to your high powered blender or food processor. Blend until smooth stopping regularly to scrape down the sides. When the mixture has reached a smooth consistency, add cocoa powder and continue blending until creamy. Spoon the soft serve into a bowl and top with fresh fruit!
Sweet tooth solved with no processed sugar! Hope you enjoy!