What if a delicious iced cappuccino was just part of the healthy daily menu? With a summer like this one, hydration is key. Water is essential but so are calories. We forget how hard the body is working to maintain a normal body temperature and keep us from overheating!
This recipe for a Healthy Homemade Iced Cappuccino is a great way to replace those calories and re-hydrate the body is with a healthy take on homemade iced cappuccino. It has 200 calories and no added sugar. We always recommend avoiding processed foods and sticking to whole foods, so this homemade iced cappuccino is a winner!
Healthy Homemade Iced Cappuccino Recipe
What to Do:
- Mix 2 tablespoons of Coconut milk powder with 2 tablespoons of vanilla protein powder in 1 cup of lukewarm water. (I use a 1000ml jar with a lid.)
- Shake until the powder is dissolved.
- Add ice to fill the jar
- Then add a hot espresso.
- Stir and enjoy your iced capp all afternoon.
Note: If you want it a little sweeter, add a splash of coffee creamer or some maple syrup.
Remember, you might be on vacation but your body still needs to be fed. And who says healthy food can’t be delicious? Make it a priority to re-hydrate, replenish and restore the body. Why not start the day with a healthy homemade iced cappuccino!
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To our health & wellbeing,
Shannon, Guest Blogger