Friday, March 28, 2014

PB2 Fruit Dip.

This two ingredient recipe for PB2 Fruit Dip makes a healthy snack and is ready in under 5 minutes!

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Happy Friday! I'm excited for the weekend, especially because the weatherman says it may reach 60 degrees on Sunday. It also happens to be my first race of the year, the Shamrock Shuffle 8k. This probably won't my best race because I came down with a cold on Monday, meaning I have been pounding Airborne fizzy water like it's my job. I skipped two runs earlier in the week in an effort to ward off getting sicker, so the 6 Week Endurance Challenge did not end as strongly as I hoped.

Here is my update for the final two weeks:

Week 5
Sunday: Ran 3.1 miles {intervals}; calisthenics
Tuesday: Ran 5.6 miles {maintenance}
Thursday: Ran 7 miles {long run}

Week 6
Tuesday: Sculpt Class
Friday: Ran 4 miles {maintenance}


I'm running the race this weekend with a friend, and we are meeting our significant others afterwards for brunch. No matter how it goes, I'm thrilled that race season is here - especially because it has to mean that summer is on its way! Well, maybe spring first. Thanks to Trader Joe's for growing beautiful daffodils somewhere since the greenery has yet to peek out in my neighborhood:


I also have a healthy fruit dip recipe to share that you have to make as soon as possible. I swear this tastes like peanut butter cheesecake, but with only two ingredients - greek yogurt and PB2. You can also use Chocolate PB2 for a sweeter flavor. I had this for a snack today and and it will definitely be a repeat recipe!


PB2 Fruit Dip
Serves one.

Ingredients:
1/2 cup 2% Greek yogurt
2 Tablespoons PB2

How to~
Stir powdered PB2 with Greek yogurt until combined. Serve as a dip with your favorite fruit.

I used strawberries and banana slices - I think I'll pair this with ginger cookies next time for a health{ier} dessert!




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3 comments:

  1. This looks so good! I love me some fruit dip :)

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  2. I recently bought some PB2 and love it! I'm going to try your dip out, thanks for the recipe! I'm sharing it to a few different boards on pinterest!

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    1. Isn't it the best! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe!

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