Healthy Recipes

Super Shakeology Chocolate Caramel Dip

1 scoop Chocolate Shakeology
1 cup unsalted almonds
1 cup agave nectar
1 cup dried plums
1 tsp. vanilla
Salt to taste
Apples, sliced

In a blender, blend almonds and agave nectar until well mixed. Then, while blending on a low setting, add the dried plums (prunes) one at a time into the mixture. While the blender is still going, slowly add the scoop of Shakeology, then the vanilla and salt. Blend as well as possible until mixture appears thick and creamy. Serve chilled with sliced apples. Makes 10 servings. About 1/3 cup each.

Every ingredient included has a low GI level. Very delicious, and full of antioxidant, nutrient rich super-foods. Great chocolate dip for fruit, etc..

(Recipe created by myself, Melissa Oliver)   :-)


Shakeology No-Bake Cookies

1 cup reduced-fat or natural peanut butter
1 cup quick or old-fashioned oats
1/3 cup honey or agave nectar
1 cup Chocolate Shakeology powder

First, remove any rings you’re wearing and wash your hands really well. Then combine ingredients in medium bowl. Mix well. Roll into balls (about a heaping teaspoon each).

Optional: Roll in crushed nuts, oatmeal mixed with a little cinnamon, whole-grain graham cracker crumbs, or unsweetened coconut flakes.

I also added a tiny bit of water to make the cookies more moist and less crumbly.

So tonight I was craving cookies like CRAZY!! I came across a recipe that is a much healthier alternative, so I thought I'd try it. They are very yummy! And definitely a lot healthier for my sweet tooth! They could even pass for a healthy on-the-go breakfast food and their are even better than protein bars.

You can use a chocolate protein powder mix if you don't have Shakeology. If you don't use Shakeology I would recommend a little cocoa powder. Shakeology is quite chocolately. And very nutritious as it is the "Healthiest Meal of the Day!"

More healthy Shakeology Recipes

Banana Mousse

'Tis the season for desserts, so this week we have a creamy concoction for you that's not only delicious, but also loaded with calcium and electrolytes. And here's a little secret: With its 4 to1 carb to protein ratio, it'll even make a great recovery snack after blasting through those P90X2® workouts that Santa left under the tree. 
  • 2 Tbsp. low-fat milk
  • 4 tsp. brown sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 medium banana, quartered
  • 1 cup plain, low-fat yogurt
  • 4 slices banana (1/4 inch each)
In a blender, blend milk, sugar, vanilla, and the quartered banana together at high speed until mixture is smooth. Pour into a bowl and fold in yogurt. Chill mixture for at least 45 minutes in refrigerator; when chilled, spoon mousse into 4 dessert dishes. Cut 4 1/4-inch slices from banana, and stand 1 banana slice on its side in each bowl. Makes 4 servings.
Nutritional Information (per serving):
CaloriesProteinFiberCarbsFat TotalSaturated Fat
894 g1 g16 g1 g1 g

Recipe taken from


Chocolate Covered Banana

1/2 scoop Chocolate Shakeology
2 Tbs. coconut oil
1 Tbs. PB2 (Optional. PB2 is peanut butter with the oil pressed out...PB taste without all the fat. Great product!)
1 tsp. honey or stevia
2 medium sized bananas

Mix the Shakeology, coconut oil, PB2 and honey together. Dip bananas or drizzle mixture over bananas. Freeze for approximately 20 minutes. The bananas are great slightly frozen. This can be done with any fruit and tastes amazing!



Chocolate Covered Strawberries

I made these the same way as the bananas, but without PB2. They taste amazing. Perfect combination of flavors!

1/2 scoop Chocolate Shakeology
2 Tbs. coconut oil
1 tsp. honey or stevia (Optional)
10 medium sized strawberries

Mix the Shakeology, coconut oil, and honey together. Dip strawberries or drizzle mixture over strawberries. Freeze for approximately 20 minutes. This can be done with any fruit and tastes amazing!


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