Here are some of my favourite finds, none of which will ruin the diet!
The colour of this frozen yogurt recipe has 'Summer' written all over it! It looks so refreshing and with only four simple ingredients (strawberries, honey, yogurt and lemon juice) it's healthy too. I'd probably try it with Total Greek Yogurt which has a higher protein content than normal yogurt and contains no added sugar!
It says in the recipe that these can be made with juice instead of vodka, but with a party just around I've been on the hunt for some delicious cocktail ideas and this frozen watermelon recipe ticks every box! It contains watermelon and banana, so that makes it healthy - right?
Buying a cute little popsicle making set has been on my to-do list for a while now but I think this recipe for capuccino lollies has made it a priority and I can see these babies being whipped up this week. I have a serious coffee addiction but making iced coffee at home takes effort so these seem perfect.
Chocolate, banana and peanut butter: the best food combo in the world. This smoothie might look like it would cancel out your efforts at the gym but the addition of peanut butter and greek yogurt makes it a treat loaded with protein (28 grams of the stuff - WOW!) and healthy fats.