5 in 1 Mango Dessert Recipe with Bloopers!

It’s gonna be a long hot summer y’all! Let’s chill out with a quick dessert recipe that will cool you, and your guests in a healthy, refreshing way!


2 mangoes

1 chobani 0% plain greek yogurt

sweetener of your choice (optional)

a blender/ninja/processor

Prep time: 5-10 mins.

Makes about 2 cups.

Different ways to enjoy it:

1. Chill the mangoes before making and eat as is!

2. Freeze for 2 hours and eat as mango fro-yo.

3. Blend with ice and/or juice/milk for a refreshing smoothie.

4.  Pour in an ice tray, add some popsicle sticks and freeze completely for mini icepops. (2-4 hrs depending on size)

5. Pour it over ice-cream or fruit bowls.

Stay hot!



Frozen chocolate covered banana bites

Summer’s here!

And there are no better treats than the frozen kind for this season. Unfortunately, ice cream is a total saboteur of your hard earned summer body. So here’s a healthier alternative!

Frozen banana bites covered in chocolate and nuts! They have less fat and more nutrients than ice cream bites, not to mention they are much, much cheaper.




– 4 bananas

– 2 large hershey’s dark chocolate tablets

– 1/2 cup chopped peanuts & pecans (or nuts of your choice)


Makes about 30 pieces. (23 oz)

Prep time 15-20 mins. Freeze time: 4 hrs minimum.


CALORIES: 44 cals/piece


Comparison to store bought ice cream bites (4oz container):

Banana bites (4 oz):                        Ice cream bites:

cals: 228                                            cals: 340

fat: 12 g                                              fat: 24 g

protein: 5 g                                       protein: 2 g


Berry Mousse Recipe

A sweet, non-fat recipe for a delicious dessert.

– 2 cups strawberries
– 1 cup raspberries
– 4 egg whites
– 1 can fat free condensed milk

– whisk or hand mixer
– blender

Serves: 6 – 8

Prep time: apron. 10 mins

Keep in freezer for:

As cream dessert: 30 mins
Ice cream: at least 1 hour (2hrs if one large container)

CALORIES: 126 cals/serving

VEGGIE SUBSTITUTES: If you wan to make this vegan, just substitute the condensed milk for coconut cream and skip the eggwhites. It’ll be more of a sorbet, but still vey yummy! The substitute for egg whites is full of starches and baking soda and other things that have no place in a healthy dessert. If you do substitute for coconut cream, it won’t be fat free anymore. It comes up to about 2.6 grs of fat/ serving -not too much at all- but it is the most saturated kind of fat, so don’t have it too often!