low calorie smoothies


Smoothie Bowl 

ice cold, thick, and full of antioxidants and vitamins.

 frozen: pineapple, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries. one banana. small bit of almond milk. blended until very thick like ice cream. topped with fresh strawberries & blueberries, vanilla almond granola, and chia seeds.

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SORE MUSCLE CURE: Cherry Berry Ginger Smoothie

A little soreness lets you know you got in a good workout, but you don’t want to be so achy that it hurts to laugh or raise your arm to brush your hair. Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) can cause discomfort for a day or two, and aside from stretching and taking an excruciating exhilarating ice bath, certain nutrients and foods can actually help prevent or ease your soreness.

Here’s a smoothie recipe you can whip up that’s chock-full of foods to help ease your sore muscles!!

Cherry Berry Ginger Smoothie


1 cup frozen cherries
1 cup strawberries
1 cup kale
1/8 cup walnuts
1 teaspoon wheat germ
½ teaspoon freshly grated ginger
¾ cup green tea


Mix everything thoroughly in a blender. Enjoy immediately.



Breakfast - Monday 11th July.

My usual 3 slices of nitrate free bacon + 2 free range eggs & a cocoa + hazelnut ‘nutella’ smoothie.

Sooo yummy!!

For the smoothie:

¾ cup of coconut water.
½ cup toasted hazelnuts.
3 tablespoons cocoa.
2 medjool dates.
1 frozen banana.
1 teaspoon vanilla.
Handful of ice.

Really tasted like nutella, which is something I used to be so guilty of snacking on all the time before I realised it was 100 cals per tablespoon!! (Most of which comes from added sugar!)
Came for the Buns, Stayed for the Buns

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Miraculous Ladybug

No Magic AU

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Her bakery was a quaint thing across the street from a fairly populated college. Students, day after day, would visit the bakery in their spare time, picking treats for lunch or just something to bring home. Whenever he drove by, it seemed that the shop was packed with people eager for something good to eat. Adrien, himself, had been itching to go into the bakery for a plethora of reasons. The architecture was classically french from the swirling gold script on its windows to the pleated rooftops. The allure of anything both popular and consumable made Adrien curious. But the smell that wafted through the door each time a customer arrived or exited was near heavenly, and coaxed even the strictest models to break their diets and splurge on a muffin or two.

Luckily, Adrien was not a strict model, so when the first opportunity presented itself, he snuck out from an afternoon photo shoot in an attempt to catch both a glimpse and a taste of the delicious things in the TS Bakery.

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