RECIPE: Metabolic Boosting Tiramisu With Mint & Espresso Beans
DELICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS, ENERGY-BOOSTING!
If you're like me and not sure you like tiramisu, try this healthier version... You're sure to fall in love with it! The classic tiramisu is a nice balance of bitter and sweet. Normally, the sweetness comes from fat-filled mascarpone and the bitter flavor is from the espresso-soaked ladyfingers, but this version delivers all the flavor without the negative side effects.
You can make it as thick as you want by reducing the amount of liquid used, or if you prefer your smoothies on the thinner side, increase the liquid. It's your smoothie make it as you wish!
Let’s shake things up and get blending!
- (1 scoop) LynFit Metabolic Boosting Complete Protein Salted Caramel (Chocolate Truffle is delicious too)
- (1 scoop) Chocolate Truffle Complete Protein or (1 tsp.) LynFit Sinful Chocolate Sauce
- (8 oz., or desired amount) Pre-brewed, cold espresso coffee
- Handful of ice *optional
- Dash of Ceylon cinnamon (you can use protein powder for this instead)
- Small amount of roasted coffee or espresso beans for topping
Blend the above together in a blender until the desired consistency is reached, pour into your favorite glass, top with toasted coffee beans and ENJOY faster, easier weight loss. Reduce bloating the morning after you’ve overindulged without depriving yourself of delicious!
For the ultimate boost of energy, open your capsule of (1) Keto Carb Edge and (1) Cutting Edge and add to the mixture before blending.
WARNING: This is like rocket fuel and best to be used on those days you're exhausted, unless you know your body can handle the caffeine.
Lisa Lynn, Clinical Metabolic Nutrition & Fitness Expert. Best known for her 18+ years as Martha Stewart’s trainer, who was responsible for Martha’s over-50 amazing physical transformation that caught the attention of Dr. Oz, leading to her many appearances on the Dr. Oz Show. Lisa is not just another trainer; she herself lost 40 pounds and has kept it off, even with a sluggish thyroid and menopause.
- Lisa Lynn