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Cool Down with this Healthy Frappuccino Recipe!

Most establishments make their Frappuccinos with Whole Milk or Condensed Milk that have a lot of Saturated fat, unhealthy Chocolate syrup/Caramel, granulated Sugar and top it off with Whipped cream!

Ask them to substitute the whole/condensed milk for you with Skimmed Milk and leave out the Chocolate syrup/Caramel and Whipped cream.

If not, blend your own Frappuccino! It’s easy. Check out Gabby’s recipe below:

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Recipe by Gabrielle Burgess from http://www.sugalifestyle.com

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Tina’s Healthy Recipe to Dress up Your Breakfast Toast!

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Photo and Recipe By Tina Davis

Ingredients/Method:

Whole Wheat Toast (1 slice)

Simos Bread and Catering’s Basil Pesto

***Although made with healthy Olive oil, you want to be cautious of staying within your healthy fats limit for the day, so just use a few smears, a bit lighter than the illustration above (Daily essential nutrients: Carbs -55%, Proteins -27%, Healthy Fats -18%)

7-minute Boiled Egg (One)

Sprinkles of Grated Parmesan

***Healthy choice of cheese

Sprinkles of Fresh Parsley

Sprinkles of Pink Himalayan Sea Salt

Dash of Cracked Pepper

Dash of Green Scotch Bonnet Pepper Sauce

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Tina loves to bake, cook and EAT from Montego Bay, Jamaica!

For more delicious and innovative goodies like this from Tina Davis, follow or visit her Tumblr Page, sweetteeskitchen.tumblr.com/

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Happy New Year from Suga!

Happy New Year Suga Bears!

2016 was certainly a year of shockers but great things happened as well and Jamaica continued to make a stamp on the track creating more history.

Thanks for keeping up to date with Suga and for sharing my views on Restaurants/Bars, What’s Hot, Sports, Health & Fitness, Charities and more. Suga may not always be sweet but that is life and when others aren’t honest, Suga will be keeping it real with you. It’s with the hope of gracious acceptance to criticism and ultimately an improvement from various establisments to deliver the best standard and quality the customers deserve.

I loved that some of you had a GW Art Christmas! The Christmas Collection for GW Art sold off and I am truly grateful for all of your encouragement, kind words and support. 

Let us look forward to what this year will bring. Work hard but play hard too. 

Wishing you all a year of good Health, Happiness, Success and Prosperity!

Stay tuned to Suga Lifestyle!

By: Gabrielle Burgess
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Skinny Shrimp Scampi with Zucchini Noodles

 

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Check out how to make Skinny Shrimp Scampi with Zucchini Noodles by Kelly Senyei on http://www.justataste.com.

Kelly also has a video on how to make Zucchini into noodles if you do not have a mandoline or spiralizer.

Cook and eat the healthy way, replacing butter with olive oil and regular pasta with vegetable a.k.a zucchini.

Have fun in the kitchen!

 

Healthy ways to have a Banana Split

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If you have a sweet tooth and you get bored easily trying to eat right, here are a few variations of having a Banana split that is good for Breakfast or a light dessert:

● Fat-free Greek yoghurt (90/100cal), tbsp. of nuts and raisins, crushed sprinkles of dark chocolate

● Fat-free Greek yoghurt (90/100cal), muesli, fresh blueberries

● Fat-free Greek yoghurt (90/100cal), muesli, fresh strawberries and/or apples

● Fat-free Greek yoghurt (90/100cal), fresh strawberries, apples, blueberries and peaches

5 Minute No Bake Cheesecake Shooters

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Image by Author, Ankso

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Author: Ankso from Greece

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INGREDIENTS

Cream part

1 cup – Cream cheese *(Fat Free Philadelphia Cream cheese could be used to reduce fat content)

3/4 cup & 1 tablespoon – Heavy cream

1/2 cup – Icing or Normal Sugar

1 tablespoon – Vanilla extract

1 cup – Graham crackers or Butter biscuits

1 Strawberry jam

Prep time is 5 min, serves 4.

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DIRECTIONS

1 For the cream part, put all the ingredients into a large bowl.

2 With a mixer, mix all your ingredients until the cream becomes really soft and stays. If you don’t have a mixer use a whisk, it will do the same job (it just will take more time)

3 For the bottom crust break the biscuits (with any method you want) until they become crumbs (also you may use ready biscuits crumbs like graham crackers)

4 Now you are ready to serve it in the glasses. Add the biscuits in the bottom then add your cream and lastly add your strawberry jam on top.

5 Let your glasses stay in the fridge for about 3 hours or a whole night.

6 TIP: If you want to make it more professional add only the biscuits and the cream in the glasses and add the strawberry jam right before you eat it, it will be more easy to fill the top.

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