I used to love getting Salted Caramel Lattes at Starbucks during this time of year. This fall, instead of drinking empty calories, I decided to incorporate the same flavors into my morning shake. The best part is that this will be my healthiest meal of the day…and it tastes so good! 😉
Salted Caramel Shakeology Recipe:
1 scoop or packet of Vanilla Shakeology
6 oz. Water
4 oz. Almond Milk
1 tsp. Caramel Extract
Pinch of Pink Himalayan Salt or Sea Salt
Shake or Blend with ice
The milk and water amounts can be adjusted to your preferences. Just use more milk and less water if you want your Shakeo to be creamier. The same goes for the salt. I prefer Pink Himalayan Salt, but you can use whatever you have available. Pink Himalayan Salt and Sea Salt are in their purest forms which is why those are my go-tos if I use salt at all. Add more if you want a stronger, saltier taste!
What are some of your favorite fall drinks? I would love to show you healthier ways to make your favorites!!
If you want to find out more about my daily dose of dense, superfood nutrition, take a look around here!
This article may contain affiliate links, which means I may earn a commission if you make a purchase.
- Corn (1 Yellow)
- Almonds (1/2 Blue)
- Chicken, cooked and cut up (1 Red)
- Feta Cheese (1/2 Blue)
- Spinach (1 Green)
- Salad dressing, in separate container (1 Orange)
There are a ton of different options to make different salads! Some other things I’ve added before: steak instead of chicken, shredded cheese, black beans, sesame sticks, shredded carrots, tomatoes, eggs…
The combinations and varieties of salads you can prep are endless!
In less than 30 minutes, I have 5 salads ready to grab and go for lunch on the road. In the mornings, I’ll get out my lunch bag and an ice pack, grab a salad and a dressing container, a fork and large tupperwear container to mix it all up in, waters, and my snacks for the day. With that and my Shakeology, I’m out the door and on my way to a successful work day and staying on track with healthy eating.
Have you tried these before? I would love to hear what you put in yours and any other great tips!