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- 5 ingredients
- no special ingredients (Simply substitute your favorite Walmart-bought low-glycemic sweetener to taste for the THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder I used. A squirt of Great Value liquid stevia would be just fine!)
- full of protein
- THM:E dessert or snack
- not calorie-dense
I love to use this simple peach frozen yogurt as a post-running snack! I usually run in the evening, and since I don’t like to eat super calorie-dense things right before I go to bed, this frozen yogurt fits the bill perfectly and still gives me the protein I need after working out. I blend it up before I go running, then put it in the freezer to firm up so I can enjoy it when I come back in. This isn’t ideal for texture (it’s best to be able to stir it frequently while it freezes for a smoother texture), but it still works and I have a refreshingly cold treat waiting for me when I
drag myself inside trip lightly into the kitchen after running in a muggy, mountainous South Carolina pasture. (Yes, I usually run in the pasture. Is that odd? Safer than the road…unless you’re scared of…um…natural “debris.”)
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- 1 medium-large peach, frozen in slices
- ⅔ c. low-fat Greek yogurt
- ⅓ c. unsweetened almond milk
- 1-2 doonks THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder (a doonk is 1/32 tsp.)
- Dash vanilla extract
- Blend the ingredients together until smooth. I use this Vitamix with a tamper to get the thick mixture to blend; if you don't have a tamper you may need to stop the blender a few times and scrape down the sides with a spatula to encourage the mixture to incorporate.
- Freeze the mixture in a bowl in the freezer for an hour or until the desired consistency is reached, stirring often for best results. Enjoy!