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4 years, 5 months AGO

Keeping It Sweet

February 12, 2010 04:05PM EST
Keeping It Sweet

Do you feel the love and maybe a little left over “off season” sweetness too? Valentine’s Day is coming soon and the race season has begun, no worries, you can spread the love of both healthy sweetness for the holiday and keeping fit for sport. Here is a little recipe from my kitchen to yours!

Minty Mommas

  • 1 cup almonds
  • 2 cups dates (without the pit)
  • ¼ cup carob powder
  • Liquid mint (sold most all stores next to vanilla). I use 3 nice drops, you can use more or less depending on your taste buds.

Put all the ingredients into the food processor and slowly process until the mixture becomes clumpy. Roll into little balls. Keep balls in the refrigerator. ENJOY & Happy Valentines Day!!

Calories: roughly 100 per ball, that should make your honey happy!

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Bree

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A Florida surfer girl, college graduate, and a heart to travel lead Bree to the middle of the Pacific Ocean. The Big Island Hawaii became her new home. There she would trade in her surf board for a bike and some running shoes and dive head first into triathlon…big goal…the Hawaii Ironman! In her 3rd full season of sport Bree competed in her first Ironman. With the support of her family, community, and her super coach Paul Regensburg, Bree not only finished her first Ironman she set the 25-29 age group record in 9:47 and broke Kate Major’s overall amateur record set in 2002! In her rookie season as a pro she earned podium finishes in both Ironman (2nd IM Japan) and 70.3 ( 3rd St. Croix) events. She also claimed her 2009 Pro Kona slot with a 4th place finish at Ironman Florida. With a huge desire to become the best triathlete she can be, Bree’s future in triathlon continues to looks bright!

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