These yummy treats clock in at only 100 calories each! Am I skinny yet? I am pretty sure I look skinnier….
Ice cream. Which usually means calories, guilt, more ice cream, more guilt….it’s a vicious cycle! But I am hear to help…thats what I do. I’m a helping food blogger. You are welcome.
These little babies clock in at only 100 yummy calories a piece. I’ll take two please! Fresh strawberries, vanilla yogurt and whipped topping. (I used Cool Whip brand but if you are looking for a more clean eating version there is TruWhip.)
I am not going to spend a lot of time telling you how great these are and how easy they are to make because I need to talk about something much more important. Rachels Wedding Shower last week! Holy smokers was it a kick. I do throw a good party…I mean I’m Laughing Spatula right? Nothing boring about that.
Held at a quaint little winery outside of Seattle called Bookwalter where we laughed, played a few games (they were really cool, fun games put together by the grooms beautiful sister, Allison). The weather was perfect, the wine divine. Some of the hubby’s showed up toward the end of the day to drive a few glowing gal’s home….eeks, guess there was too much flowing wine?
I got all crafty and stuff. It happens. I ordered personalized stencils from Etsy and glass etched a wine glass for each guest. Great party favor and a perfect accessory when at a winery!
Simple, easy and cheesy! My whole family loves this recipe so much. If it were for them, I’d be making this every day! Give it a shot, you’ll love it!To Make this Recipe You’ Will Need the following ingredients:
Made these today. Only 105 calories per bar.
2 cup fat free Dannon fit and light vanilla yogurt.
1 container fat free cool whip
2 cup chopped small strawberries…
25 Graham crackers
Methode Of Preparation
Layer 13 x 9 pan with. Lay half graham crackers on plastic wrap. Put yogurt, cool whip, and strawberries in bowl and stir until combined. Pour on top of crackers and put remaining crackers on top and put plastic wrap on top. Put in freezer for 3 to 4 hours until frozen through. Cut into bars. I used graham crackers as a guide and cut in halves. Had a couple of small ones on end. Eat and store leftovers in freezer bag. Enjoy.