READY for the holidays, but still sticking to her eating plan, one woman detailed her single-serve pumpkin cheesecake recipe.
She said her Thanksgiving-themed dessert helped her shed 50 pounds, while staying sane and hitting her macros.
“If you have a holiday sweet tooth, but have goals to reach,” read the text.
“Try this one-minute treat I ate while going from hiding to living,” she added.
She started off with a single-serve container of pumpkin pie-flavored Greek yogurt.
Next, she mixed it with one tablespoon of cheesecake pudding mix and one to two tablespoons of Cool Whip.
After that, she added a dash of pumpkin pie spice and mixed the ingredients together.
She said the mixture can be eaten with graham cracker sticks as a dip or placed in mini pie crusts.
For the mini pie crusts, she divided the mixture into two to make two desserts.
She added a bit of whipped cream and a dash of pumpkin spice to beautify the dessert.
Finally, she included the nutrition facts of each mini cheesecake, including: 168 calories, four grams of fat, 23 grams of carbohydrates, and seven grams of protein.
She added: “One-minute, single-serve, holiday dessert slay. Less than 200 calories and so good.”
The video drew in many viewers who shared their thoughts in the comment section.
“This is genius,” one wrote.
“[I] have everything for this,” another added, with MaKayla replying: “Yes. Love when that happens.”
“I just know this is so good,” a third commented.
SINGLE-SERVE PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE
150 grams of pumpkin-flavored Greek yogurt
A dash of pumpkin pie spice
One tablespoon of cheesecake pudding mix
One to two tablespoons of Cool Whip
Graham crackers OR mini pie crusts
Mix Greek yogurt, pumpkin pie spice, pudding mix, and Cool Whip
Use graham crackers as dipping sticks OR place into two mini pie crusts
If using mini pie crusts, garnish with whipped cream and a pumpkin pie spice