Freezing It

 

The frosting that is.

Yes, this dark chocolate frosting AND this low calorie peanut butter frosting.

 

Before I get to that, I’ll bore you with my morning so far.

I thought I’d get a couple extra sleep this morning and took advantage of the one day I don’t have to set my alarm.

Um, yeah, 6:00 am Judah’s crying that he has “poo poo”. He didn’t even have any, but I think he knew that would get me in his room faster. They’re figuring me out friends.

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So, right now we’re still sporting our Christmas pajamas,

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we’ve played with Kitty a bit,

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we’re watching a little Sesame Street (thank goodness it’s on on a Sunday morning) and this tired mama

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is drinking a pretty strong mocha while writing a little post before we head out to the gym.

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(I’m loving my glass straws more and more every day. I’m NOT loving the fact that the “S” key on my laptop has something stuck under it. It is so annoying and I can’t get it out.)

 

So…. freezing the frosting.

I mentioned it here, but I’ve been eating it pretty much every day and yesterday I tried it with the peanut butter frosting, so I thought it was worth mentioning again.

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Take the frosting recipe you want. I’ll list them here just in case (not like it’s a long list of ingredients or anything).

Low Calorie Frozen Frosting (Dark Chocolate or Peanut Butter)

2 tablespoons dark chocolate cocoa powder or PB2

1 tablespoon nondairy milk of choice (I use light vanilla soymilk or unsweetened vanilla almond milk)

1 tablespoon sugar free maple syrup

 

Mix ingredients together. pour in shallow dish lined with wax paper (or a classy paper plate). Fold wax paper over the top. Freeze for over an hour.

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Cut up into bars

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or chunks.

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You can eat as is too, but it melts pretty quickly

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and I like to mix it into stuff.

Like this ice cream.

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(I’m working on a post for this ice cream by the way since I’m addicted.)

I also happen to know that this peanut butter version of the frozen frosting goes well on pumpkin protein dough.

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Yep. Good stuff.

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Try it!

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Okay, time for my standard breakfast before a little workout. I just may have to whip up some gourmet green pancakes for the boys since it’s been awhile too.

Enjoy your day!

There’s still time to enter the PB Crave giveaway!!!!! Winner will be announced tomorrow.

(By the way my new favorite flavor is the Razzle Dazzle. It’s to die for.)

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Comments

  1. 1
    Marissa says:

    This is sooo good! I think I have had the frozen chocolate version with frozen almond milk for the last four days! I make it for my husband and he can’t believe how good it is! Thanks for sharing :)

  2. 2

    oh yum, great idea and super fun summer treat!

  3. 3

    I have a soft spot for poor Judah and his poo problems.
    I don’t know about down there but we had a huge thunder storm last night so Christmas PJs still feel pretty appropriate.

  4. 4

    I don’t think you could make this post any more drool-worthy! I am addicted the protein dough…and I can tell a future frosting addiction will be a strong possibility.

    Enjoy your Sunday!

  5. 5

    I need to get me some PB2, I have yet to try it but that frosting seriously looks amazing. Thanks for those great tips. Have a wonderful day!

  6. 6
    teabagginit says:

    i totally agree – razzle dazzle is freaking awesome and i want to do “jazz hands” every time i eat it. … so basically i’m doing jazz hands multiple times a day!
    that frozen frosting looks awesome! i’m jumping on that bandwagon pronto … i wonder how it’d be frozen in ice cubes and then blended … gonna have to give that one a try!

  7. 7

    I love your frosting recipe and can’t wait to try it. I wonder if you could slap it on a cupcake :) Well, maybe not slap…

  8. 8

    Holy moly that looks sinful, I’m sure if I made that frosting the fiancé would be sneaking into the kitchen late at night to eat it all haha.

    • 8.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      That’s funny. Andrew won’t come near my frosting experiments. He likes the real deal. I might have to sneak some in and see what happens.

  9. 9

    I love the idea of freezing the frosting! It looks sooooo good in that ice cream

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    katie says:

    AHH love freezing mixtures like that! frozen blobs of peanut butter are so good too – I used to eat frozen blobs of dark chocolate dreams every day and it was GLORIOUS!! Hope yall had a great day! I gota try that pumpkin protein dough!

  11. 11

    Hi! I am a new FitFluential Ambassador and just wanted to say hi! Love the looks of this frosting. Looks like fudge! Mmmm.

  12. 12
    randi says:

    oh this is so going into my stuft fro-yo! yes still obsessed with that. i tried making the ice cream but it came out very soupy :( looking forward to your post on it

    • 12.1
      STUFT Mama says:

      Randi- I’ve been eating it every single night mixed into my ice cream. It’s magnificent. :) Ice cream post coming soon. Mine came out soupy last night too. :(

  13. 13
    Tara C. says:

    making the choco frozen frosting as I type! However, I only had chocolate soymilk in the fridge today (grocery shopping time!) so hopefully it won’t be TOO chocolatey! Too Chocolatey? Couldnt be! :)

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