tripper T

I'm trying to lose weight because I need to lose weight! I'm doing it for my health, to feel better about myself, for my family - to be a good example for my children, and to do more of the fun things I've always wanted to do but choose not to do!

Quick Facts

Favorite Health Food: hmm.. gotta think abt that. avocados?

Favorite Sinful Food: seriously? too many to choose! ice cream

My Preferred Method of Exercise: boxing, zumba, swimming, sports

My Approach to Weight Loss: wrkg out, eating healthy, drinking H20

Fitness/Exercise Apps: Runtastic, MyFitnessPal, walking mate

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TIME PERIOD: All 60-Days 30-Days
Unofficial Weigh-InVerified Weigh-InDietBet Runner-UpDietBet WinnerRound WinnerRound Runner-Up
+1.5% Since last weigh-in
+1.5% 1-Month Change
+0.8% Lifetime Change

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Kate

06/16/2014 6:57AM
Hey, sister! Let's kill round 2! You can do it!

LisaSigns

05/14/2014 7:25PM
You are off to a strong start! Go girl! I'm gonna do this but I still have to live... I did get in 10,000+ steps the past 2 days. All the fitness I can squeeze in.

Kate

05/14/2014 5:42AM
Hey, Lisa & Tricia: I made this the other day... it is really good... my tip would be to let it freeze overnight. The only added sugar is in 3 TBSP maple syrup, but if your bananas are super ripe, it is probably not necessary. I made the batch as instructed and then split it our over one muffion tray of 12. This is almost Paleo (I don't know if the maple syrup could be considered Paleo) and I am pretty sure it is vegan too: http://mywholefoodlife.com/2014/02/03/banana-walnut-freezer-fudge/

tripper T

key kate.. so i just looked at this recipe again, more in-depth than the first time, and noticed there is no cocoa in it or anything... it is just the texture of fudge and it's sweet or does it taste chocolatey?

Kate

Yeah... Fudge doesn't necessarily mean chocolate. It doesn't taste like chocolate at all. It tastes like banana nut but it is thick and chewy...