Neapolitan Ice Cream
When I was a kid, our family used to get Neapolitan ice cream.

And when I make this vanilla Shakeology recipe, I’m completely reminded of my favorite childhood ice cream. If you don’t know what Neapolitan ice cream is, it’s made up of blocks of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry ice cream side by side in the same container. 

This worked out great for us because we all preferred a different flavor. Plus, there was no way my parents were going to buy more than one container! Back then, strawberry was my favorite (and it still is today!). I would always try to grab the strawberry flavor before anyone else, but it was also fun to get a little taste of the other flavors at the same time.

As an adult, I don’t eat much ice cream or keep it on hand, so this is where this Neapolitan Shakeology recipe enters! By adding in unsweetened cocoa to vanilla shakeology, it has just a hint of chocolate and vanilla, but the fresh strawberries bring this shake to life! You can use fresh strawberries if you have them, but if they are out of season or you prefer a thicker, more milkshake type consistency, I suggest using frozen berries! This is a delicious little pick me up to start the day and can bring me right back to my childhood favorite – minus the guilt of the calories and fat of course! 

 

Neapolitan Shakeology
Serves 1
This shake has just a hint of chocolate and vanilla and is all strawberry goodness! A little pick me up to start the day!
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Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. 1 scoop Vanilla Shakeology
  2. 1 cup fresh strawberries
  3. 1 tsp. unsweetened cocoa
  4. 1 cup water
  5. ice (optional)
Instructions
  1. Place all ingredients into blender; cover.
  2. Blend until smooth.
Notes
  1. 21 Day Fix Equivalents
  2. 1 Red, 1 Purple
  3. If you like a thicker shake, use frozen strawberries and substitute unsweetened almond milk for half of the water.
Rachel Freebairn Fitness http://www.rachelfreebairn.com/

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