Why We Are Loving Hood Calorie Countdown!

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I hope you have given Hood Calorie Countdown a try because we are LOVING it in our house! I have actually lost 3 pounds since we made the swap.

I did not make any New Year’s resolutions this year because let’s face it, I usually don’t keep them. I did, however, make some goals for 2018. Eating better, healthier, more nutritious foods is one of my goals. Calorie Countdown gave me just enough of a kick to get on track this year. The best part is that it tastes so good that I don’t even notice the difference.

Hood Calorie Countdown products are readily available at Walmart and other local retailers. So head over to Walmart to pick up some if you haven’t already.

We have Hood Calorie Countdown in our cereal and oatmeal for breakfast, and I even use it in my coffee. I love putting it in smoothies to help get some extra dairy in my kids’ diet. I have also found that it is great in a post-workout protein shake. Protein shakes are usually made with water and I can barely even swallow them because they taste so bad. Using Calorie Countdown adds great flavor and creaminess with only a few extra calories.

In just 1 cup of Calorie Countdown, you get 25% of your Daily Value for calcium and 15% for Vitamin D (based on a 2,000 calorie diet). I feel great about incorporating this milky smooth dairy beverage into our diet because it has 42% fewer calories, 75% less sugar, and 67% fewer carbohydrates than milk.

Hood Calorie Countdown is so creamy that it makes this Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal perfect and delicious!


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Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal with Hood Calorie Countdown!
Course Breakfast
Cook Time 10 minutes
Course Breakfast
Cook Time 10 minutes
  1. Melt butter in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat until melted.
  2. Add the apples.
  3. Cook for 3 minutes stirring occasionally.
  4. Add sugar and 1/2 tsp. cinnamon.
  5. Cook for 1 minute stirring constantly. Set aside.
  6. Place oats, 1/2 tsp. cinnamon, salt, water, no-calorie sweetner, and vanilla in a microwave safe bowl.
  7. Microwave for 2 minutes. Stir.
  8. Pour in Hood Calorie Countdown and top with the cooked apples.
  9. Enjoy!
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My son absolutely loves the Hood Calorie Countdown Chocolate dairy beverage. It is so creamy and delicious. With 57% fewer calories, 67% fewer carbs, and 75% less sugar than traditional chocolate milk, it makes this mom happy because it has so many nutritional benefits and is easy to incorporate into a healthier lifestyle.

Because Hood is the leader in high-quality dairy products, I can trust serving Calorie Countdown to my family. It is offered in Whole, 2%, Fat-Free, and chocolate-flavored varieties.

To remind you, here are a few facts that will make you feel good about Hood Calorie Countdown:

  • It is a blend of ultra-filtered milk with water, cream and other ingredients for a creamy taste with fewer calories, carbohydrates, and less sugar than regular milk.

  • It is made from milk that uses no artificial growth hormones.

  • Calorie Countdown Whole has 33% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbs and sugar than traditional whole milk.

  • Calorie Countdown 2% has 42% fewer calories and 75% fewer carbs and sugar than traditional whole milk.

  • Calorie Countdown Fat-Free has 56% fewer calories and 67% fewer carbs than traditional fat-free milk.

Give Hood Calorie Countdown a try for yourself if you haven’t already. I promise you are going to love its rich and creamy taste. Here is a coupon just for you to give it a try!

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Lisa is a Lifestyle, Family and Travel Writer who has a love of all things travel, all things food, and all things living life. She gives family travel tips, the inspiration to dream, and the real deal of family life. It is not always roses and daisies, but that's life!

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