Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Get down with the get down!

Can I just say hump day Wednesday is rocking right now!!!
First of all the champ is in the building and I am not talking about Muhammad Ali,
 {B}- has weighted in losing 9 pounds can we all just say "You go girl"
 {E} -was able to fight the temptation of Panera bread lunch run and eat a healthy packed lunch  which thanks to all this modern technology she was able to text us a picture that said "Eat your bread I'm gonna win the weight in bitches ;-)" - shes probably right!
{V} and {J}- we went to Panera bread ( dont judge me a girls gotta eat) we ate like we were sneaking out of the house in high school free from our strict parents, You would be proud, we did keep it at a reasonable soup and salad combo! Although I did lose my cell phone in the parking lot- was that a sign or what?

 The {t}reat of the day was kept snug as a bug in the fridge, nothing but a post it note on our desk to mark the evidence (check out the frigde for todays snack ladies)-Yeah Baby! I present to you Yummy to the Tummy Bannana Pudding! Even though Ms. {J} chased me around the office  trying to sprinkle Chia Pet seeds on my bowl, it was well worth last weeks juice drinks, chia gel and that pitch black fiber brownie bar that I got- even the Chia seeds couldn't ruin this sweet, goodness! Take that Killer {K}.


             Yummy-to-the-Tummy Banana Pudding


·                        1 box sugar-free Jello instant banana cream pudding mix
·                        1 1/2 cup fat-free milk
·                        1 tub sugar-free Cool Whip, thawed
·                        Optional: 4 oz container plain low-fat yogurt (about 1/2 cup)
·                        1 box (Murray brand) sugar-free vanilla wafers
·                        4 medium, ripe bananas

Add pudding to cold milk and whisk for two minutes until thickened. Fold in yogurt (if using) and whipped topping. In a medium bowl layer half of the wafers, then half of the sliced bananas, and finally cover all with half of the pudding. Repeat. Cover with lid or plastic wrap and refrigerate at least two hours, or preferably overnight.

Note: You can make this lactose-free by using Lactaid skim milk instead of regular and omitting the yogurt. Don't tell them it's sugar-free, they'll never know! Get Down with the Get Down!



1 comment:

  1. cute blog, found you via blog frog. The treat looks really yummy.