My favorite sweet treat is using a magic bullet, I add frozen tropical fruit (about 3/4 c.) water above the fruit one scoop of fruit punch rehydrate one scoop of mango-strawberry spark mix until correct consistency sometimes I have to add a little more water depends on taste and also depends on if you want to use a straw or spoon... Also, really good if you want it frozen, just freeze for a few hours and you have a wonderful sorbet!!! Enjoy!
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I recently had the mandarin orange spark warm!! It was delicious!!! I hear you can also put a cinnamon stick in there as well! I warmed up my water first, put it in my shaker, added the spark, shook it all up, and then put it in a coffee mug! It was an excellent treat!
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Fitness Minutes: (14,033) Posts: 1,058 11/28/13 2:32 P
I have been in advocate for along time and have never been told not to put fruit in the meal replacement shakes. Also spoke with the science board members last month at ladies alive - u can add fruit. What they say not to add is milk. Hope this helps
Are these mixes for after the first 10 days? Or good to go during cleanse? I am used to drinking a fruit smoothie I make myself with 1% milk, frozen fruit and a banana, but I could add the spark to it for flavor as well? I saw where you cannot put fruit into the meal replacement shakes, so that is not an option for me.
I'm having a hard time remembering when to take all the pills and when to drink what. Need to get myself on a set plan for the week.
I made a spark fruit punch frozen daiquiri. take a glass fill it full of ice cover it with water put it in the blender with spark blend until smooth, and enjoy it's even better if you have a beach close by.
Blend your Vanilla shake as usual. I use water ice and a Cuisinart Quick Prep handblender (great smooth shake texture). Now, add some Mandarin Orange Spark to it (mixed) VOILA ! Orange Dreamcicle shake!
Another Option: (not for cleanse) Mix in some PB2 Peanut Butter Powder to your Chocolate Shake... VOILA! Choc Peanut Butter Cup Shake!
YUM YUM YUM
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Fitness Minutes: (65,086) Posts: 3,177 9/3/11 4:56 P
Has anyone ever heated the meal replacement and mixed with coffee? I know coffee is a no-no right now during the challenge.. but later? I can't stand cold coffee drinks, just wondered what it would be like (or if it could be heated- like a hot chocolate?).
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Fitness Minutes: (0) Posts: 15 6/19/11 11:23 A
Ok, here's a fun one.... Sparktini Get one of those Bacardi frozen mixes, and use your favorite flavor of Spark and water (or rum lol) and ice. Mix in a blender. Fabulous. I just added a group simply for 24 day challenge and cleanse friendly recipes. Please join and add your favorites so that we have lots of ideas for ourselves and clients!!
Fitness Minutes: (1,225) Posts: 154 6/13/11 10:00 P
so i tried mixing my spark with some room temp oolong tea and i have to say that it has made a major difference in the sharp tartness.... i am pretty sure that any type of iced tea would work but if it is too cold it doesn't mix as well...
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Fitness Minutes: (1,225) Posts: 154 6/8/11 12:29 P
i tried the tequilaless sunrise with fruit punch and it was excellent... i am going to try it with cherry tomorrow... i like the pink lemonade spark but it is a little too tart for my taste is there anything you can think of to add to it to cut that?
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