Have you caught up on your DVR yet?
That’s considered part of “cleaning house,” right? Yeah…cleaning.
Can we talk about Catfish? Um, seriously?!
You watch it, right? Ok good.
OH MY GOD!! Ohmagahhhhh…it’s SO good!!
I’ve been watching it since the very first episode, but this second season is ahhhhhmazing. [catch up – in case you have no clue what I’m talking about, Catfish is a show on MTV (the only reason I still watch MTV) made by these two awesomely amazing guys, Nev and Max, and they basically help people meet the people they “fell in love with” online…and more often than not, the person they’re helping has fallen in love with a total creeper FAKE!!! And it’s all real! No joke!!]
That last episode had me clinging on the edge of my seat, squealing…and then crying!!! No wonder my fiancé would rather watch me watch TV than watch the show itself.
Didn’t you just melt when Lauren rang the doorbell and then couldn’t even look as she waited for the door to open?! Ahhh!!! I did!!
Anyways, since we’re in the swing of summer and exciting things like that, I’ve decided to get back to my skinny summer treats! Milkshake time!! Hoorah!
This one satisfied all my summer loves: toasted mallows…and milkshakes! Best part? I made it with unsweetened vanilla almond milk, so it’s actually hilariously low in calories!
Ok, actually the best part was the adorable Teddy Grahams I “garnished” with…and the one that decided to take a dip into the shake…I think his smile got bigger! Too cute!
For my shakes, I have a “cube system.” Basically, I freeze an ice cube tray full of almond milk so it’ll be ready to use for my shakes. This one calls for 6 cubes.
The toasted marshmallows are really simple. I just pop a standard mallow onto a knife or fork, carefully hold it over the stovetop burner until charred, and then put it straight into the blender cup…repeat until all the mallows are charred and ready to blend! Easy peasy.
6 unsweetened vanilla almond milk cubes (see description above)
¾ cup unsweetened almond milk
3 toasted marshmallows (see description above)
1-2 Tbs. over-ripe banana*
1 tsp. granulated Stevia (or sweetener of choice)
¼ tsp. vanilla extract
*Note: the banana helps smooth the shake while it’s blending. It lends a slight flavor to the shake yet doesn’t over-power the toasted marshmallow flavor. You can leave it out if you don’t want to use it, but I highly recommend it.
~Place all ingredients into the cup of your blender (I use a Bullet for single-serving shakes, but use what you have) and blend well.
~Pour into a cup and garnish with another toasted marshmallow…and Teddy Grahams if you so please. Enjoy!