This recipe is life saver! I'll make a batch in a small Tupperware to bring with me when I go to a friends house for dinner and just stick it in their freezer... so that when everyone else is eating dessert I don't eat anything I shouldn't.
I also make larger batches and stick it in the freezer for the whole family.
This treat was a bit weird for me. The first couple of bites I was in HEAVEN!!! It looked like chocolate icecream and tasted like a reeses cup. After a few bites I was over it, I'm guessing because it wasn't as cold as it was in the first couple of bites? I'm a HUGE icecream fan so I'm going to try this again with 1 TBSP of peanut butter instead of two, since I love my celery with peanut butter as an afternoon (after school) snack with my little one. I was also thinking... what if I used these ingredients and mixed them with some ice, blend it and refreeze it? Would that make it mock icecream??
I swear, this saved my diet tonight. I was such a cranky mess and badly in need of something sweet. I made the recipe exactly as told and it was HEAVENLY. I'm usually so fussy about that sugar free after taste that often comes with these desserts, I would neeever had guessed this was SB friendly. Thank you so much!
Oh, man. I love this. I was so upset because I was craving frozen yogurt (the supposedly "healthy" dessert), but all the froyo places nearby were definitely not SBD friendly upon checking the nutrition facts! This was amazing; it didn't taste like "diet" food at all, and really hit the spot without destroying my Phase 1 progress. I've actually been going without dessert since I started SBD because the book made it sound like nothing but ricotta, jello and custard (all things I don't really care for), but this is a great alternative.