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Year after year, we leave out the highest calorie snacks for Santa… But who is Santa really? You answered out loud, didn’t you… Santa is me, and Santa is you, and if you are anything like me, then you don’t want anything that just may create a baby fat roll (yes I’m still calling it left over baby fat, my youngest is almost 8 and my oldest is almost 19… Don’t judge me lol.)
Why not convince the kids to make A Low-Calorie Treat For Santa With Sparkling Ice. This is a super easy one, with just 2 ingredients… And it should be an easy sell with the kids due to the traditional Christmas colors in the drink…
I bet you’re asking yourself, self, what do I say if they ask, but Mom, what will Santa eat? Well, I have that covered too! You will tell them that after Santa drinks his strawberry kiwi sparkling ice, he will gobble up the strawberries! See I’ve got you covered.
This Low Calorie Treat For Santa With Sparkling Ice solves a few problems, 1. You don’t have to worry about the extra weight you might gain by eating half a dozen cookies and 8 ozs of milk right before you lay down to bed. And 2. wayyyyy less clean up..
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A Low Calorie Treat For Santa With Sparkling Ice
- 8ozs Kewi Strawberry Sparkling Ice
- 6 to 8 Frozen Strawberries
- Add strawberries to a glass and fill to the top, pour sparkling ice over the strawberries.