Did you know you can turn Shakeology into dessert? (What?! Yes.)
If you’ve got a sweet tooth, dessert isn’t so much an option as it is a requirement. After you finish your main course, you need something sweet to round out the flavor profile of your meal.
But when you’re trying to stick to a healthy eating plan, finding nutritious, dessert-worthy treats can be tricky. Sure, you could eat fruit, but sometimes you just need something rich and chocolaty.
Luckily, Shakeology can be used as a tasty and healthy base for many dessert recipes: Vanilla Almond Balls, Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream… the options are practically endless!
And to make things even better, all 15 of these Shakeology desserts are no-bake recipes, so they’re quick and easy to make.
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(Note: Not all flavors may be available in your market.)
Shakeology Dessert Recipes
Truffles are delicious but hardly low in calories. Fortunately, we figured out that if you combine Vanilla Shakeology with oats, almond butter, almond milk, and almonds, you can replicate the creamy, nutty taste of truffles for only 80 calories per ball!
These frozen bananas covered in chocolate and peanut butter with crunchy pistachios taste just like eating dessert, but these banana pops contain a whole serving of fruit, have only 140 calories each, and they’re dairy-free! Win-win-win.
This brownie-like treat is the perfect option for a healthy after-dinner snack. They’re so simple to make, too. Just mix the five ingredients together, place the mixture in a pan, pop them in the freezer for a few hours, and voila! Dessert is served.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a classic pairing, so it was an obvious choice to create a recipe for Chocolate Shakeology peanut butter cups. After trying one of these cups, you’ll never want to eat another store-bought peanut butter cups again.
You had us at “cookie dough.” This no-bake recipe combines Vanilla Shakeology with almond butter, raw almonds, and chocolate chips for a delicious snack that’s much healthier than the “real” thing!
If you’re a serious chocoholic, then you’re going to love this recipe. Avocado is the special ingredient that takes Chocolate Shakeology to the next level by making a smooth, velvety dessert to satisfy your cravings.
The tropical taste of pineapples and the nutty flavor of macadamia nuts are a match made in heaven. Add in some Vanilla Shakeology and you have a treat that’s great for any time of day.
Spare yourself from the heat of the oven with these no-bake brownies. They’re rich, chocolaty, and vegan.
There’s nothing that’s quite as reminiscent of relaxing summer evenings as the flavor of lemonade. We dressed it up by using Strawberry Shakeology to create these refreshingly fruity bars.
They’re part cookie and part energy bar, so they can satisfy your sweet tooth while fueling you up for your next workout.
Chocolate-peanut butter ice cream that’s good for you? Believe it! This ice cream is rich and creamy, with just the right amount of sweetness. It only has four ingredients and takes just 10 minutes to make.
Just because carrot cake contains carrots, it doesn’t mean it’s healthy. It’s still cake, after all. That’s why we created these devilishly-good carrot cake energy balls made with Vanilla Shakeology so you can enjoy the same flavor for only 90 calories!
It’s easy to overindulge during the holidays with tempting treats like eggnog, peppermint chocolates, and gingerbread. Luckily, these no-bake gingerbread balls are a delicious way to enjoy the spiced flavor of gingerbread cookies without the guilt!
With only 58 calories per serving, we won’t blame you if you make them all year round.
In just a few minutes, you can create a customizable treat that’s great for dessert or a midday snack. All you need is your choice of nuts and dried fruits and two scoops of your favorite Shakeology flavor for a boost of nutrition and filling protein.
We created a chocolate and peanut butter pie that is delicious and not a bazillion calories. With the addition of Chocolate Shakeology, this pie has 13 grams of protein per slice. You’re welcome.