In hot weather, having refreshing recipes on hand is always a good idea. That's why I thought I'd make a low-calorie popsicle. And that will leave you even with a prettier tan. Here's how - with video.
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As a hydration strategy or just as a refreshing dessert, nothing like a popsicle.
But before the first bite, it is best to be clear that candy will not sabotage your diet.
After all, with dyes, preservatives, whole milk and added sugar, it's easy to be tasty.
The bill comes later.
These choices only add up to empty calories from those that have no nutritional benefit.
For all this, better prepare your own popsicle fit.
Made with seasonal fruits, vegetables, coconut water and nothing else.
Homemade Popsicle does not get fat and helps to take the diet out of monotony.
Does thinking about functionality at these times take the fun out of dessert?
None of it.
Because of beta-carotenes, I chose to climb the carrot.
As we know, carrots are rich in this precursor of vitamin A, responsible for melanin production.
It also has antioxidant action, which protects skin cells from solar radiation.
In addition to refreshing, my popsicle will leave you with protected and tanned skin.
The following recipe yields eight servings, with 23.7 Kcal each.
1 medium sliced mango
2 chopped carrots
300 ml of coconut water
Sweetener to taste (optional)
Beat the ingredients in a blender.
Put in popsicle forms.
Position the sticks and refrigerate for one hour.
Serve when freezing.
Check out the video below the step by step of this recipe.