Dessert recipe,  Health and Fitness

Cake Batter Greek Yogurt

I went for a run outside yesterday for the first time in a few months and it felt great…once I got a little dessert in me.


I’ve never considered myself a runner although I did track for a year in high school, ran some 5Ks, and ran a 10 miler last year. Running has always been a social thing for me. I’d much rather do the elliptical or stair master. I think I’ve just had a mental block towards running but yesterday, I really enjoyed getting out there on the pavement and going for it.


The funny thing is that I had just called my mom complaining about feeling lethargic and she told me to get out there and run. The run cured me! I felt amazing after and if I wasn’t in a rush to shower and get to dinner, I would have done a full hour run. While on my runner’s high, I got ready and went to Tara Thai for dinner.

Chicken and shrimp pad thai
Chicken and shrimp pad thai
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Needed more heat
Much betta'
Much betta’

Tara Thai is pretty good although it hardly compares to our local Thai restaurant, Lemon Grass, which was closed last night. All that heat put me in the mood for some cold dessert. šŸ™‚

Cake batter greek yogurt

Cake Batter Greek Yogurt

Combine the following ingredients into a cute heart shaped bowl, or any bowl in theĀ cabinet:

  • 1 cupĀ plain Chobani yogurtĀ 
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 tablespoon crunchy peanut butter
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon butter extract
  • Gobs of rainbow sprinkles
  • smallĀ handfulĀ ofĀ chocolateĀ chips

Grab yourself a spoon and enjoy!


Question of the day: Do you look forward to runs or would you ratherĀ run from the idea of going on a running? šŸ˜‰


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