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Product Review: Chocolate Mint VitaTop

Posted Sep 20 2009 10:05pm

Chocolate Mint VitaTop

Oh My Word!

I just finished my very first Chocolate Mint VitaTop and I’m in heaven! It was exactly what I needed after my long day. Chocolaty. Refreshing. Totally Deliscious!

But before I tell you more about it let me give you a quick update…

  • I squished in a 5 mile run this morning and I did it in 48 minutes. I was shocked and it felt GREAT!
  • The in-laws have left but before doing so, helped us immensely. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa!
  • The POD will be gone tomorrow and we will be handing back the keys to the apartment this week.
  • We are officially in the new house! We have food in the fridge and FINALLY a couch to sit on! :)
  • We cooked our first meal tonight after a long day of unpacking.
  • We aren’t even CLOSE to being done but we don’t care. We have a home and that’s all that matters.

That’s it in a nutshell. The meal I cooked was nothing fancy, just a few hot dogs, some backed beans and quick sugar snap peas but… I made it, we ate at home, and it FELT GREAT to do so. Strange I know.

After dinner we cleaned up, made lunches, gave the little guy a bath, organized the bathrooms and settled down to relax a little bit. I’m exhausted!

I was also a little hungry. So I deiced to pour a small glass of Light Chocolate Soy Milk and try one of the new VitaTop that Vitalicious shipped me. I was totally psyched to see Chocolate Mint. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Chocolate Mint. It’s one of those flavor combinations that’s just hard for me to resist and the VitaTop totally delivered right out of the freezer. I didn’t even let it defrost as I knew the chilled harder texture would be even more refreshing paired with the mint. And it was! There were even quite a few thin chocolate chips that added a great crunch when frozen.

Paired with the small glass (about 4 oz) of Light Chocolate Soy milk it was a really satisfying chocolaty snack for just about 3 points. The VitaTop is 1 and the Soy milk is 1 but added together I’m pretty sure the nutritional info totals 3. EIther way, it’s totally a great filling dessert.

Ok, I gotta go. I really am exhausted and it sucks that I have work tomorrow. I really wish I had another week of to get organized. But I don’t. So I’ll do what I can when I can.

Oh! and I’m hoping one of those things I do is a video for GreenLiteBites! I have an idea and I’m hoping to try out recording in my new kitchen tomorrow night!

Oh! Oh! I forgot… Click here if you are interested in trying the Chocolate Mint VtaTop or any Vitalicious product. Be sure to enter the promotional code RonisWeigh for 10% off.

Ok.. it’s Mad Men time! :)

Oh! Oh! Oh! I started back up with my food journaling today. Figured I’d post…

FoodUnits
i’m baaaack! :)
~*~*~*~*~sunday journal~*~*~*~*~
5 mile run #tep #activity
2 egg omelet with peppers #tep #breakfast
fresh mango #tep
1/2 whole grain bagel with fat free cream cheese #tep
leftover linguine with pesto and shrimp #tep #lunch
2 fat free hot dogs, baked beans and sugar snap peas #tep #dinner
chocolate mint vitatop with a small glass of chocolate soy milk (writing review now… so so so good!) #tep #snack
Total:N/A

Table provided by Roni’s Food Tweet, Eat, Post Generator.


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