Strawberry Shortcake for Breakfast!?! Yum! #healthyrecipes #mcflurry #healthydessert #shorts






  1. Omg This Is So Good! 🍓🍰🍦I remade the new @mcdonalds Strawberry Shortcake McFlurry as a higher protein breakfast or dessert option and it’s 💣 💣 💣

    This makes 2 servings:
    2 cups low-fat cottage cheese
    1 cup frozen strawberries
    2 tbsp puffed whole grain cereal
    2 tbsp crushed freeze dried strawberries
    2-3 tbsp honey
    Drops of stevia
    1 tsp vanilla

    Follow for more healthy delicious recipes and please tag me when you remake this xoxoxo

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  2. „I don’t like added sugar in my ice cream, so I’m gonna add some honey instead 😊“
    Gurl, remind me, what exactly is honey made of?

    Girls, if you wanna eat ice cream, just have some ice cream!! There are no „bad“ foods, and having sugar every once in a while is not unhealthy!
    My life has improved a lot ever since I stopped thinking about foods as „bad“ or „good“ foods, and stopped following the arbitrary rules set by my parents of just eating 3 meals per day at set times. Now I just eat what I want, when I want (which includes sweets) and I actually list a bit of weight, since I stopped „grazing“ because I was hungry but already had my meal.
    So just eat that ice cream, even if you count calories, it can still fit in your „food budget“. And if not, one day going over won’t kill your progress.

  3. Why would you buy that just to not eat it and re-make it yourself. What a waste of food. Food isn't good or bad and telling people that they should feel shameful for having a treat just further promotes binge eating and diet culture and continues the vicious cycle of eating disorders. I'll pass.😊