My Guilt Free Chocolate Shake

Total Time
7mins
Prep 2 mins
Cook 5 mins

This is something I whipped up as a refreshing, cold, very low calorie drink. The nestle baking cocoa only has 15 calories per tablespoon and i used only about about 1/4 of that. Equal 0 calorie sweetener makes for a pleasant addition to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 teaspoon unsweetened baking cocoa (I like nestle with 15 calories per tablespoon)
  • 5 (1 g) packets artificial sweetener (splenda, equal, etc.)
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 12 cup cold water

Directions

  1. Dissolve the baking cocoa as best you can in the water and pour into blender.
  2. Add the ice cubes and sweetener and blend for about 5 minutes.
  3. The sweetener is to your personal preference. You may want to add a few packs and then taste.
Most Helpful

I made a double batch of this for myself and my husband, using half milk and half water. It was alright, but I think next time, I might try using all milk and no water. I might even try using evaporated milk to make it even thicker and creamier. I ended up adding quite a bit of extra sugar; and, when it seemed it just couldn't get enough flavor for me, I started adding chocolate syrup to it, and that helped. I guess I was just looking in the wrong place considering I wasn't after low fat. I believe that I can tweak this enough to my liking. But by the time I'm done, it won't be so healthy any more. Trust me. :)

Ransomed by Fire November 05, 2009

Who would think it is so easy and guilt free to get your chocolate fix? I've made this several times in the past two days. Half a cup of skim milk adds a few calories and gives this shake a much creamier texture. Could easily be modified to vanilla shake, pumpkin pie, etc. YUM!

MechanicalJen September 12, 2007

I been looking for a chocolate shake that is low carb. I would use fat free milkfor 1/2 cup cold water.Thanks

catlover54 April 20, 2007