Keep It Sweet Valentine’s Cookbook

I am so excited to be bringing back a new and improved Keep It Sweet Valentine’s Day Dessert Cookbook. I released this book last year with 12 recipes, this year I have added 8 new recipes, and I tweaked a few of the ones from last year.

I completely redesigned the whole book as well and I have to say it does look even better than last year. But the real improvements were the recipe additions… 

  • Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars 
  • Protein Cookie Dough
  • Cookie Dough Truffles
  • Light Raspberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
  • Crispy Oreo Spring Rolls
  • Mini Donut Creme Pies
  • Red Velvet Mug Cake (single-serve)

If these recipes don’t bring you in alone I am not sure what will!

Features of the Keep It Sweet Valentine’s Day Cookbook:
  • 20 classic dessert recipes all under 220 calories. 15 of these desserts are “To Share” and 5 are “Single Serve”.
  • All of the recipes are pre-logged in My Fitness Pal for those of you who track macros all you have to do is search the name listed and you can easily track that item.
  • All of these recipes are super simple to make, you and your loved one can make them together, or you can bring them to share at your Galentine’s gathering!
  • As I mentioned, there are 5 single-serve recipes like a Fudgy Chocolate Mug Cake that you can whip up in less than 5 minutes and enjoy in front of some Netflix.
  • These recipes are all very light, most being 100 calories or less, there is one that falls above 200 calories but that is it. So even if you do not track macros, you can indulge in these deserts with no guilt!
What’s Included?

Take a sneak peek at some of the pages from the book!

Recipe sneak peeks: 

I was generous and shared a couple of recipes from the book. But trust me you are still going to want to get it. The ice cream and the cookie dough are must trys!

So what happens if you do not track macros?

You still buy the book. Even if you do not track macros I am sure you still like ice cream and cookie dough, right? And what’s even better is these recipes are all under 220 calories, most being 100 or less! The benefit to those people who do track macros is that they can easily log these recipes because I have entered them all into the MyFitnessPal database so all they have to do is search “HNFit Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars”, select the proper entry and they’re good to go!

Frequently Asked Questions:
Are all of the recipes ‘protein recipes’?

Not really no, I like to make a lot of my recipes ‘lighter’ but that does not mean they are all “protein desserts”. Some of them are very high in protein, the strawberry shortcake has 21 grams of protein, but other desserts like the Mini Donut Creme Pies only have 0.8 grams of protein per serving. So to answer the question, no but there is a balance of both light recipes and protein recipes! 

What ingredients are needed?

If you have made my recipes before you know that I like to keep it simple, but some essentials you will want to purchase are:

  • Fat-Free or Lite Whipped Topping
  • Fat-Free Condensed Milk
  • Protein powder, vanilla, or unflavored. Use my code haleynicole to get Clean Simple Eats, the protein I used for these recipes
  • Whipped or Light Butter
  • Liquid Egg Whites
  • Monk Fruit, Swerve, or your favorite low-calorie sweetener
  • Oreo Thins (both golden and regular)

Other ingredients are needed but if you have these you will be able to make a bulk of the recipes in the book!

How many recipes are in the cookbook?

There are 20 recipes in the cookbook, 5 of them are single-serve, and 15 of them are perfect for sharing! Some of my favorites are:

…and more!!

What’s your favorite recipe?

My favorite recipe from this ebook is likely the Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream Bars, but I also love the M&M Cake Mix Cookies….and the cookie dough and donut creme pies. It is a hard question lol!

How do I buy the cookbook?

The ebook is for sale on the website, click here to get yours!

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