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    Snickerdoodle Icey w/ Cinnamon Crumble Topping

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    Enjoy this quick video tutorial for the

    snickerdoodle icey

    w/ cinnamon crumble topping

    This recipe is in the Week 1 Meal Plan PDF as well as the cookbook style pdf's, like the Dessert Smoothies PDF

    Calories - 73 cals, Protein - 2g, Fat - 6g, Carbs - 6g, Fiber - 4g, Net carb - 2g
    (This is 99% all from the crumble topping- the "smoothie" part is basically calorie free. I know. It's crazy. Because it tastes delicious).


    ¼ cup water
    1 tsp. Cinnamon
    1 tsp. Swerve
    Stevia to taste
    7 ice cubes

    for crumble:

    1 tsp. Browned butter
    1 tbs. Flaxseed meal
    ½ tsp. swerve
    ¼ tsp. Cinnamon
    ⅛ tsp. Vanilla powder

    Directions - make topping first - brown the butter in a very small saucepan. Add the flaxseed meal, cinnamon and vanilla powder (optional). Stir and toast another minute or two, then remove from heat. Mix the crumble thoroughly into the smoothie by spoon in your bowl for chewy goodness.

    Bulk Crumble Recipe

    2 tbs. + 2 tsp. Browned butter
    1/2 cup Flaxseed meal
    4 tsp. swerve
    2 tsp. Cinnamon
    1 tsp. Vanilla powder

    Use 1/8th cup aka 2 tbs. per smoothie serving

    Makes 8 smoothie toppings worth

    The butter can go from "browning" to "burning" pretty quick so keep 'ur eye on it and keep stirring. Once the pan is hot should only take a minute or two to be browned for single serving. If making the bulk topping will probably take 3-5 minutes, on medium heat.

    Then just add your powdered ingredients and stir for 2-3 minutes more, remove from heat and let cool. Voila! Crunchy low carb sugar free topping. Boom.

    The final smoothie makes about 1.75 cups of volume + the 1/8th cup of topping!

    And at last, content in daily maintenance with your 73 cal dessert, that you could have a 2nd serving of with absolutely NO weight gain issues.


    1. Hello 😉 The topping is so yummy but the icey twice has come out so watery. Not enough ice? I’m using a Ninja.

      1. Rayzel says:

        It sounds like perhaps the icecubes you are using are smaller than mine- do they come directly from your fridge icemaker or ice cube trays? In this case yep add more ice till it’s super thick! I hope that helps!

    2. nebrhuntress says:

      I have stevia drops, unflavored & flavored, what is the measurement equivalent?

      1. Rayzel says:

        Hi there! You know all stevia’s have different concentrations of sweetness – there’s no standard, so I would just put some and taste and see what level of sweetness you end up liking and how many drops that is for you. Sorry I don’t know more!

    3. Do you have to use Stevia with the Swerve? I’ve found I don’t like Stevia. Or should I use Swerve and erythritol together. This is in all the recipes and I’m super confused! lol, I did read the sweetener tutorial. Thanks for sharing!!

      1. Rayzel says:

        Hello kellia!
        No you don’t have to use stevia. Swerve actually IS erythritol. It’s just a brand name. You could use any erythritol brand you want. The reason I combine the two is that otherwise you will likely need to use a fair amount more swerve/erythritol in the recipe to make up the sweetness level needed- you can totally do that though, I just try to limit how much VOLUME of these sugar free sweeteners we use, especially because for some of us they can cause digestive upset if we consume too much in a day- so the combination of the two makes it so that there’s very little volume of sugar free sweeteners we use. So if you use swerve/eyrthritol only, you might need more like 1-2 tbsp for say a smoothie, instead of 1 tsp, in order for it to taste sweet enough like a dessert- you can give that a try and see. I hope that helps! Rayzel

    4. Did you use salted butter? I used unsalted ghee (casin allergy) and everyone loved it but thought the contrast of salt and sweet may be good too. It was still a little crunchy but I will rewatch your video and practice. I have the Vitamix with the big pitcher. I wanted to post a pic of my kids with the dessert but can’t figure out how to do it.

        1. Rayzel says:

          Awww I LOVE this! Thanks for posting a pic. And what cuties they are. Yes you will get the hang of it- if your smoothie was crunch then it means you likely either need just maybe a little less ice or a little more liquid.

    5. Mine does not make as much as yours does – in fact, it is only about 1/2 cup in volume. What am I doing wrong? Is it because I am using a nutri bullet? I have a ninja, maybe that would work better? I just hate the clean up.

      1. Rayzel says:

        Hey Carol- it sounds like maybe your icecubes are very small? My ice cubes are about 2 tbsp per cube. And yes that could be re the nutri bullet. I bought one recently to see if I can make some in there but I did read on the label of the nutribullet that you’re not supposed to use the blender on for more than like 15 seconds at a time and if you need do that more than like 5 times in row, then you have to shut it off and let it cool down- so I’m thinking this is just possibly not the right tool for the job as the ice really does need a little time to get full crunched up and whipped and what not. I will be trying it out soon so will let you know what i discover!

    6. This is even better than the cocoa one and I am normally very into chocolate. I still have not been able to get mine as creamy as the videos, but they taste good.

      1. Rayzel says:

        I forgot which blender are you using Andrea? I want to work in figuring that creaminess factor out for other blenders.

    7. This isn’t soooooo ???? yummy

      1. Rayzel says:

        Wait it is or it isn’t? :)-


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