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Chocolate Shakeology Brownies

31 August 2011 5 Comments

Chocolate Shakeology Brownies

Tastes great, eliminates cravings and tastes good! Imagine that?

These tasty treats are a no-bake option and are a cross between a brownie and a chocolate bon bon… awesome!

1 cup Chocolate Shakeology
1 cup instant Quaker oatmeal (I used regular, which also works)
1/2 cup honey
1 cup Peanut butter or Almond butter (creamy)

~ 1/4 cup crushed almonds

Mix together the first 4 ingredients into a soft dough. Roll into 30 balls and roll in crushed almonds (or other nut). Place in an airtight container and refrigerate. Enjoy!

Each ball has 80 calories

 

Just another way to enjoy Shakeology. Obviously not something that you want to overindulge in. Keep to your calorie count in check. You could use it as one of your snacks.

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  • Dan V. said:

    These. Sound. Awesome.

  • Karen Crawford (author) said:

    they really are, very rich and satisfying if you’re craving a treat! At 80 calories a piece you can totally have a couple of them for one of your snacks!

  • Jim said:

    Another great way to use Shakeology. I love the no bake option too, it’s been too hot to bake anything.

  • Josh Spencer said:

    Seriously making my mouth water..

  • Karen Crawford (author) said:

    I know right? They are amazing! I can only eat one cuz they’re so rich! Nice snack to keep the cravings away!

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