A Better Way To Satisfy The Sweet Tooth (Root Beer Float Blocks) #TENways #PMedia

 

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I have a sweet tooth, I just cannot help it no matter how hard I try I just cannot stay away from sweets. One of my favorite sweets is soda. I love the sweetness and the fizz and if I allowed myself too I would only drink soda but I know that’s not a healthy choice. So I opt for healthier options. 

 

One of those better options are the  DSPG Ten Products  (7UP, Sunkist, A&W, Canada Dry).

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I can taste the difference from regular sodas to diet sodas which are filled with artificial sweeteners and leave an after taste in your mouth however, the Ten Calorie DSPG products taste very similar to regular sodas and ONLY ten calories per serving! Leaving you satisfied without the after taste! One of my favorite soda’s is root beer because it doesn’t have any caffeine in it and I can drink it while breastfeeding my baby.

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Not only are the Ten Calorie DSPG products refreshing but they are a wonderful ingredient to use in cooking or baking. I made a fun treat for my family to enjoy. It was super easy to make and yet it wasn’t ultra sugary. Only using 4 simple ingredients, many of which you probably already have in your home!  Plus there is NO baking involved!

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Root Beer Float Blocks
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Prep Time
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Prep Time
5 min
Ingredients
  1. 4 Cups 10 Calorie A & W Root Beer Soda
  2. 3 Packages of Gelatin
  3. 1/2 Cup of Water
  4. 1 Scoop of Vanilla Ice Cream
Instructions
  1. Add 1/2 of cup of water and 3 packages of gelatin allow to sit for 2 minutes. Then heat for 40 seconds, stir until fully dissolved. Next add the 10 Calorie Root Beer Soda to the mix. Finally add in a pan ( used a 43.8 X 29.2 sheet pan) or dessert cups (if you are not cutting out in shapes) and refrigerate until firm which is about 2 hours. Cut our of pan and then add a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!
  2. Try this recipe with any of the other delicious 10 Calorie Soda's: 7UP, Sunkist, A&W or Canada Dry
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 Cutting down on the sweets and making healthier food options are just a few ways I am getting back to be a healthier me.  I know that my body will never be completely the same after having our fifth baby recently and now hitting the big 40 but I can at least make better choices such as:

 

Finding exercises I enjoy. I hate exercising, I do not have a gym membership and I can be unmotivated to exercise so I have to stay active and not realize it. Things like taking walks with my family. Not only are these walks a form of exercising but they are bonding times. My husband and I get to talk as one of use pulls our two little ones in the red wagon and the other children ridge their scooters.  Swimming is another favorite. Being on the swim team in high school I am educating on the different swimming techniques. My kids love going to our neighborhood pool so when we go as a family and my husband can look after our little ones I enjoy doing a nice small workout of swimming laps. 

 

When dieting stick to it.   I think it’s Okay to stray once and awhile and dieting around holidays is extremely hard so maybe around those times indulge a bit but not over doing it and try to stay on task because in the end the reward is huge!

 

Do not be a slave to the scale.  My husband took my scale out of our bathroom and hid it on me because I was weighing myself daily and making myself crazy. I would get upset it I didn’t lose X amount of pounds every few days. Maybe limit a weigh in one time a week or every two weeks. 

 

Menu planning. Making sure you have a menu planned out for each week as well as a nice stockpile of healthy recipes. This way you are not looking for something to throw together at the last-minute for dinner which may not be healthy like a processed frozen pizza!

 

 So how do you stay fit? What are your tips? 

 

For a limited time you can print off a coupon $0.50 off of the purchase of TWO 2 Liter bottles or TWO 4-pack cans of 7UP TEN, A&W TEN, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN or Sunkist TEN soda and use at Walmart. Offer available while supplies last from 3/27 – 4/17  Be sure to follow DPSG on Facebook and or Twitter to stay up to date on new products and promotions. 

 

“This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Dr. Pepper Snapple Group but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #TENways  http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV
 
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Comments

  1. Yum, what a great recipe you created!! Sounds super tasty!!

  2. That has to be the weirdest thing I have seen in a while. My boys would LOVE it!!

  3. Alaina Bullock says:

    I have an incurable sweet tooth as well, and soda is one of my favorite ways to satisfy it. Unfortunately, my weight has suffered because of this, so it’s great to know about these sodas! Personally I cannot stand the taste of the artificial sweetener in diet soda either! I am definitely going to give these a try! Hopefully I can replace the higher calorie ones I drink now, with these!

  4. my husband is a root beer lover, hard core

  5. I have yet to see these, maybe I’m just missing them. The recipe sounds yummy!

  6. I’ve never heard of a float block before. What unique and interesting idea!

  7. What a fun treat! I’ve never seen a recipe like this before and can’t wait to give it a try this summer! Thanks so much. :)

  8. Oh boy, this is a great idea to get in a low calorie treat! Yummy! Perfect for spring and I sure am trying to drop a few pounds!

  9. What a neat idea. I haven’t had a rootbeer float in years.

  10. What a super cool idea! Perfect for us who want to watch what we eat!

  11. This looks like a really fun way to have rootbeer floats! My kids would love it! lol

  12. LOVE it!! I am always looking for ways to cut calories especially when it comes to sweet things.

  13. What a cool idea! I will have to try this! I love soda too and will have to try out these 10 calorie choices!

  14. What a neat recipe idea! I have a bad sweet tooth too. I will have to try this!

  15. I love these sodas, but have been cutting back on all carbonated beverages lately. However, this would be a yummy summertime splurge without tons of calories.

  16. Looks Yummy I’ll Have To Make For The Kids Thank You!

  17. What a fun sweet treat! I adore A&W root beer. So I need to try this one out!

  18. Root beer is my favorite, and your recipe looks fun and yummy. I’m glad to hear these taste like regular soda. I hate that artificial sweetener aftertaste, too.

  19. what a fun way to use rootbeer, never even heard of this. Love the idea that they are low calorie so the kids are not getting too much sugar on top of the ice cream.

  20. Did not realize they made rootbeer a 10 cal drink. Love the float blocks.

  21. I just bought the Ginger Ale today! I love the 10 calorie Ginger Ale! I bought the little cans – I like them for my lunch!

  22. I’ve never heard of this before! Such a cool (pun intended) idea!

  23. That is such a cool and unique idea! I have a feeling that I am going to love it. I love the Ten sodas too!

  24. I don’t drink soda..but that dessert looks amazing!

  25. Amy Desrosiers says:

    Wow, I never saw a recipe like this! I think the kids would love it.

  26. What a great idea! I never thought about making the float block. What a fun treat!

  27. I can not wait to try this product!

  28. I love root beer! I want a root beer float right now! This recipe looks really yummy.

  29. I love root beer floats, but I’ve never heard of a root beer float block before. It sounds like a fun treat for rootbeer lovers.

  30. We love these ten calorie sodas! Our favorite is the orange but I bet this rootbeer float block would go over well in my family.

  31. My daughter loves root beer floats, and this looks like a great variation. Plus, only 10 calories! Win win!

  32. What a great idea… That would be the perfect little snack to curb cravings and a sweet tooth

  33. Nice! I haven’t had a root beer float in a long time! Now I want one!!!

  34. Soda is my weakness too! My kids would love this float!

  35. I kind of live for orange soda, and Sunkist is my favorite. I am SO going to have to hunt down this 10 calorie concoction.

  36. Well, I can’t say that I stay fit, but after the last baby I’m trying to GET fit by running and eating as clean as I can.

  37. THis is so cool! YOu are so creative and crafty. I love it I am going to try this.

  38. I t is great to find low calorie drink options. As we become more health aware we grow more concerned about everything including our beverage choices.

  39. Ooooh! Now that’s a fun treat!!

  40. I only drink soda as a special treat these days, but may grab a bottle of this next time.

  41. Menu planning and working out with a partner helps me try to stay fit!

  42. Never heard of a float block, sounds interesting! I have never tried the 10 calorie soda’s might have to!

  43. I never would have come up with that. But it seems like something so fun for the kids

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