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Late Night & Midnight Snacks

September 8, 2016

WHAT YOU CAN EAT AT NIGHT & NOT FEEL BAD ABOUT IN THE MORNING!

 

 

Craving Sweets / Ice Cream?

This is for You!!!

 

 

¼ cup part-skim ricotta cheese

½ cup berries

Touch of Stevia or brown sugar

¼ tsp vanilla

¼ tsp grated lemon zest (optional)

Puree all ingredients in a blender. 

Transfer to a container and freeze until firm.

1 serving. 

 

 

Double recipe for 2 servings.

Rich in calcium!

OR…

 

 

Freeze bananas (without the peel)

Put in blender, mix until smooth & creamy.

Add berries of any kind to make your own flavor OR add peanut butter for a PB/Banana flavor

High in potassium & fiber

 

Craving Salt / Chips?

2 cups Popcorn – Sprinkle with 1 Tbsp Parmesan Cheese

 

 

Craving Pie?

Microwave an apple.

 

 

Core it, put it in a dish with 1 oz. low sugar apple juice

Microwave 1 min (or more, depending on your microwave)

Top with cinnamon

 

Want Mexican?

Mix ½ Avocado with ¼ cup salsa

Eat with baby carrots or thin sliced zucchini

 

Craving Candy?

Mix a scoop of almond butter or peanut butter with a few dark chocolate chips or chopped almonds. Eat like this OR freeze in balls. Yum!

 

Craving Carbs?

 

1 cup black beans provides tryptophan, protein & fiber.

 

You can mash them and wrap in a low carb tortilla. I found some with only 5 net carbs.

 

Or just eat them alone

 

HOT TIP For You Late Nite Eaters!

 

For those of us who cannot resist the urge to eat late at night, a certain supplement can help! Yes!  Studies show that you can cancel out any negative effect by taking Omega 3 fatty acids during the day.  These block the production of inflammatory prostaglandins for about 8-12 hours. They work so quickly, you can even take them just before a midnight snack and still combat the pro-inflammatory agents.

Your new Best Friend!!    

 

Don’t feel bad in the morning. Choose fun, quilt free snacks!

 

Love,

Barbara

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