Sunday, January 15, 2012

Birthday Cake Smoothie

"Birthday Cake" flavoured ice cream is something I always look for when I am perusing an ice cream shop on a hot summers day (oh who am I kidding, any time of the year is a good time for ice cream). I can honestly say that next to good old fashioned vanilla, birthday cake ice cream is my favourite kind.  This smoothie tastes like the real deal - even I can't believe how low in calories it is!

- 1/2 cup vanilla frozen yogurt (throw in an extra 1/2 cup if you like your smoothies extra thick)
- 1/4 cup vanilla greek yogurt
- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 2 tsp vanilla sugar
- 2 tbsp whipping cream, for garnish
- 1 tsp sprinkles, for garnish

Combine all ingredients in blender and blend.

Optional:  Top with a few tbsp of whipped cream & a dash of sprinkles


- Nutritional Info (whole recipe w/o toppings) -
Calories - 218  Fat - 5    Carbs - 38     Protein - 7    Fibre - 1

- Nutritional Info (whole recipe w/ toppings) -
Calories - 338  Fat - 16    Carbs - 41     Protein - 8    Fibre - 1


  1. Wow I love cake batter ice cream and in a healthier version, what a great idea. Great recipe i love it!!!

    1. Thanks! - I love cake batter ice-cream, so this is one of my favourite smoothies. :)

  2. Looks so yummy, I am now a follower. Hope you check out my blog.

    1. Thank you :) Your blog is great, thank you for sharing. - I am now a follower of yours ;)

  3. What is the serving size? or is the recipe for just one?

  4. Oh how fun!! I wish I had this for breakfast today!

  5. Has anyone had luck replacing the vanilla sugar in this recipe? Maybe with sugar free vanilla pudding mix or almond/vanilla extract? I don't have anything to make it with.

    1. You could use any sweetener to replace (honey etc.) but for the closest thing to vanilla sugar, use sugar with a splash of vanilla extract.


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