We enjoy this seasonal snow treat, once maybe twice a year if we’re lucky! Hey… we live in Virginia :- )
To make 3-ingredient Vanilla Snow Cream, you’ll need:
8-12 cups of fresh, white, new-fallen snow (a cup here in North America is 8 oz.)
300 ml can of sweetened condensed milk (10 ounces)
1 tsp vanilla
freezer-proof container for storing your leftovers
ingredients for snow ice cream – snow, condensed milk and vanilla
Fill a huge salad bowl with fresh snow. Gather about 10-12 cups of snow. Very light and fluffy and impossible to pack. Your snow might be heavier, and you may not need as much as I did. Don’t worry too much about being precise. You can always add more snow to your ice cream if need be.
Sprinkle a tsp of vanilla onto the snow.
Then drizzle half the condensed milk over top.
With the wooden spoon, fold the condensed milk and vanilla into the snow, kind of chopping, stirring and mixing to combine everything, mixing condensed milk and snow together.
Then we transfer the whole mixture back into the big bowl of remaining snow, and add the rest of the condensed milk as desired. The condensed milk does not melt the snow, and make it watery. It’s quite the opposite, actually. The snow sort of freezes the condensed milk, making it thick and icy.
This is an updated version of the Brinn family Snow Cream recipe – This one is easier and makes for a chunkier bowl of snow cream! Courtesy of gimmesomeoven.com
Big sets. Use weights that are appropriate for quality repetitions.
Jump Rope x 2 min. or Bike med-high intensity 2 min.
Close grip lat pull x 10
Bent over Barbell or single arm Dumbbell Rows Continue reading Fit (back, Chest, Arms, Balance)
If you’ve ever said or thought this then you’ll find the information herein both helpful and enlightening. For those admirably disciplined women who’ve fallen victim to such an accusation mistakenly or otherwise…kudos for all you do! In this; the first of a three part blog series; we’ll explore the factors involved in getting and staying “thin as a rail” in the real world. Women are by far the most flattering to each other of all the clients I’ve trained in my career. To say that anyone eats whatever they want and stays in perfect shape is certainly a complement to their superior genetic code; kind of like a guy calling another guy “Superman”. But are they actually failing to recognize these women’s commitment to their diets, lifestyle disciplines, and knowledge of fitness? It’s true that some women metabolize calories slightly more efficiently than others, but implying that they can eat “anything they want” all the time and not gain a pound is not only ridiculous; it’s a little insulting. So what gives some the edge over others who seem to gain a pound by merely “thinking” about chocolate?
Continue reading “She eats whatever she wants and stays thin as a rail!”
Mashed potatoes that even your trainer will approve of!
1 head of cauliflower
¼ cup skim milk (1% or 2% milk can also be used)
Salt, pepper and butter spray to add flavor
Boil the cauliflower until soft and completely done. Drain water and add milk. Beat with a mixer until they look like mashed potatoes. Add salt, pepper and butter flakes to taste.
Calories per serving: 42 cals per 1 cup
Fat: 1.6g 0g saturated
Dietary fiber: 3g
Hard to beat this little BT Taco treat. Super low in cals and tastes amazing. Enjoy for a light lunch or dinner entree!
1 lb. ground turkey breast
Shoe peg corn 1 can
Black beans 1 can
1 pkg. taco seasoning original
Brown ground turkey and add taco seasoning and Continue reading Bodytek Taco Salad
Bethy’s Body Tek Barbecue
Place 8 frozen skinless, boneless chicken breasts into the crock-pot. Cover the chicken with water. Add salt and pepper. Let cook all day.
When done remove the chicken breasts from the crock-pot and put them in a large bowl that you can store your BBQ in. Continue reading (Bethy’s) Bodytek BBQ