So this morning I concocted a yummy, healthy smoothie. It was super easy, super quick and did the trick.
1/2 frozen banana (I already had it sliced and in the freezer)
1 c. fat-free milk
1 t. PB2 (powdered peanut butter is my favorite right now)
1 packet of Weight Watchers chocolate smoothie mix
Combine the ingredients in a blender until smooth. The frozen banana will give it a thicker texture and won’t water it down like ice will.
The best part of this smoothie? It’s only 4 PointsPlus values! The banana and PB2 are both 0 PP+ values.
If you haven’t tried PB2 yet then I recommend it. 2 Tablespoons are only 1PP+. It can be combined with water or your daily oil, which is my favorite because it makes it a bit creamier.
The only sad part about my smoothie was when I finished it! HA!
Happy Thanksgiving! I hope everyone had a day filled with love and yummy goodness!
J and I celebrated our first Thanksgiving together this year. Due to work schedules we both weren’t able to make the drive home, especially since our drive is in opposite directions of one another. It just made it too difficult. So, we made the best of it and celebrated on our own.
I got there just in time for the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade to start, which is my absolute favorite part of the day. I’ve seen a 7-Up Biscuit recipe on Pinterest lately and it looked delicious. I adapted the recipe to be a bit more Weight Watcher friendly and the results were a-mazing.
2 C. Heart Smart Bisquick
1/2 C. light Sour Cream
1/2 C. diet 7-Up
1/4 C. melted butter (I used I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter)
In a large bowl, mix sour cream and bisquick together. Add 7-Up to mix. The dough will be really soft. Melt the butter and pour into the bottom of a 9×9 pan. Next, sprinkle some bisquick mix onto the counter and spread out the dough. You don’t want to knead the dough, but just pat and spread to be about one-inch thick. Use a glass or a biscuit cutter and cut out biscuits. Place in pan and bake at 450 degree for about 8-10 minutes, or until golden brown.
Makes 9 servings – 4 WWPointsPlus per serving
I had one biscuit that didn’t want to cooperate when I was putting it into the pan… I’m sure you can figure out which one that was. Oh well! Recipes can’t always be picture perfect, but they were still delicious.