2 Minute Healthy Dessert Under 100 Calories

Can you even believe it?!!?

I want to start adding more health and fitness related posts to AroonMelane, so what better way to start it off? This extremely quick and easy dessert has been one of my go-to’s recently!

All you need is a bag of frozen fruit, your choice (but the fruit you choose may change the calorie count).

I’ve been using frozen mango chunks from Trader Joes, as I find the mango has a better texture. 

Once you have your serving of frozen fruit out, stick it in your blender, add some water and blend until creamy! 

I love making this treat with mangos because one serving makes a lot! And the texture is that of an ice cream/Italian ice mix! It’s amazing and sooooo easy! 

One serving (14 pieces) of Trader Joes mango chunks = 90 calories

What’s your favorite healthy dessert?

Xoxoxox

Two Quick and Easy Breakfast Ideas

Two Quick and Easy Breakfast Ideas

Being a full time college student I am short on time some mornings. I try to stay healthy therefore making my own food seems like the best option. Here are a couple quick breakfast ideas for when you’re short on time!

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This has been one of my favorite breakfasts so far! (Current obsession)
Toasted Bagel Thin smeared with crunchy almond butter topped with banana slices and drizzled in honey. Yum!!

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Another super easy breakfast idea is a quick breakfasts sand which.
Once again toast a bagel thin and cook your egg to the desired way, add some cooked spinach and top with shredded cheese!

Thanks for stopping by!
Xoxox

A Quick and Delicious Breakfast Treat

A Quick and Delicious Breakfast Treat

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day!

I always make sure I start my day off with a nice big breakfast, and I like to be quick about it. Therefore, my breakfast meal is usually the same every morning. But I am still not tired of it!

If you want to find out how to make a delicious breakfast in just over a couple minutes then keep reading!

Ingredients:

My Nature’s Path Oatmeal is by far my favorite. It only takes 75 seconds in the microwave and all you need is a 1/2 cup of water!

Once my oatmeal is done I take it out and add however much honey and cinnamon I am feeling. (Fun Fact: Use your local honey, it helps to build an immunity to some allergies in your area)

Mix it all up and add in your almonds and fruit!

I usually use blueberries, but I love to add banana and strawberry if I am out of blueberries.

Ahhh, the perfect quick and easy breakfast!

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Fun Tip Friday: How to get rid of hair fly-aways

Fun Tip Friday: How to get rid of hair fly-aways

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Sometimes your hair just will not cooperate and seems to have a mind of its own.

You know when your hair just seems like it was electrified by a lightning storm?

Well here is a quick and easy way to get rid of those static fly-aways, with a simple household item!

 

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My hair is mostly baby hairs, and not so much cause by static, but you can still see a difference before and after I used the dryer sheets!

This trick is most helpful for those who have just straightened their hair, because sometimes the straightener can cause some static.

And not to mention get some fresh smelling dryer sheets to make your hair smell nice and good. 🙂

 

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Hope this helps!

 

Homemade Caramel Popcorn

Homemade Caramel Popcorn

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Ingredients:

4 tbsp. butter

3/4 cup light brown sugar

1/4 tsp. Vanilla

Olive Oil

Popcorn Kernels

Salt

Buttered Seasoning

Popcorn

  • Turn stove to med/low heat and add olive oil until there is a thin layer covering the bottom of your pan.
  • Allow the oil to heat for a little and add popcorn kernels until they cover the bottom of the pan. Make sure you cover the pan with a lid or the popcorn will pop everywhere
  • After the times between each popped kernels begins to slow, you can remove the pan and put your popcorn into a bowl.
  • Sprinkle as much salt and buttered seasoning, on the dry popcorn, as you prefer

Caramel Sauce

  • In a separate skillet add the butter, brown sugar and vanilla
  • Melt the brown sugar sauce on low heat, still until the butter is completely melted and the sauce is thin and almost of a liquid form. (If you put the stove on too high it will turn the sauce into a thick glob)
  • Take a table spoon and lightly drizzle the sauce onto your salted popcorn
  • Make sure to toss around the popcorn to make sure you get the sauce on all of the popcorn
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