Shakeology Chocolate Hearts – A Healthy Valentine’s Day Treat

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts – A Healthy Valentine’s Day Treat

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

Check out these Shakeology Chocolate Hearts! Chocolate is definitely my weakness, but when I indulge I try to choose healthier options. Let me say that again, I LOVE chocolate!! So I have a square or two of 85% dark chocolate as a special treat sometimes (got to love the antioxidants!) and I drink my chocolate Shakeology. I love both the regular and vegan (non-dairy) flavors! But every so often I need something even more decadent, and that’s how these Chocolate Shakeology Hearts came about. Definitely do not want to be left out on the chocolate holiday of the year AND you can do it in a healthy way! I am sadly slightly allergic to peanut butter, but if you are a PB lover you can definitely make use of it. I recommend all natural peanut butter.

Shakeology chocolate hearts are super simple to make – only two ingredients – and they make a great presentation for Valentine’s Day, or when you want to make someone special smile. Kids & significant others (yes, guys you can make them for your wife or girlfriend!) alike will love them!

 Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

INGREDIENTS:

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts

  •  1 packet (or scoop) chocolate Shakeology
  •  1/4 to 1/3 cup almond butter (creamy) or peanut butter

Shakeology Chocolate Hearts – A Healthy  Valentine’s Day Treat

DIRECTIONS:

Place 1/4 cup almond butter or peanut butter in a bowl. Add chocolate Shakeology and mix until it forms a playdough-like consistency. Use your hands – this should be fun!   You may need to add more almond/peanut butter, up to 1/3 cup total, but start with less at first. If the mixture gets too soft you won’t be able to roll it out and cut out the awesome hearts.

When the almond/peanut butter Shakeology mixture is the right consistency (pliable but not overly sticky), place between 2 sheets of parchment paper and roll out to approximately ¼ inch thickness. Cut out with heart-shaped cookie cutters. Store any leftovers (as if!) in the refrigerator.

 Shakeology Chocolate Heart Tips

  •  If you’re in a rush, just shape the mixture into balls. No cookie cutters necessary!
  • You can substitute almond butter if it is creamy. You need a bit of oil in the mixture to create the right texture.
  • You can substitute vanilla Shakeology for the chocolate.
  • You can also use a good-tasting chocolate protein powder.
  • You can get shakeology HERE or contact me for shakeology samples!

I hope you enjoyed this yummy shakeology chocolate heart recipe & please share with others!

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