1 serving chocolate protein 6 oz unsweetened almond/coconut milk 1/2c frozen, pitted cherries 1/4c frozen banana 1 tbsp sugar-free black cherry syrup 1 tsp cocoa powder Add all ingredients to blender, milk first, and blend until smooth.

one bag of long rod pretzel sticks 8 oz dark chocolate for melting red, white and blue sprinkles Melt chocolate in microwave-safe bowl in small increments of :30 – :60 seconds at 50% power. Stir occasionally until fully melted. Dip end of pretzel into chocolate, cover with sprinkles. Place upright in a glass in refrigerator […]

2 lbs ground chicken breast 4 egg whites 1c plain oatmeal (dry) 1c course dry whole-wheat panko bread crumbs 1/3c grated parmesan cheese 1 tsp sea salt 1 tsp fresh ground pepper 1 tbsp dried rosemary spray olive oil Preheat oven to 400ºF. Shape ground chicken into nugget shapes, or use chicken breast cut into […]

Brookelin G. in California asks: “If I do not eat meat, do you recommend replacing the meat in your recipes with fish or a veggie substitute?” Animal-Based Protein Getting protein from an animal-based source is usually a better choice because it is a complete protein, and thus contains all 9 essential amino acids. Try to buy […]

1 serving vanilla or plain protein powder 6 oz unsweetened almond/coconut milk 2 tbsp natural crunchy peanut butter 1 teaspoon agave nectar 2 graham cracker squares or 1/3c any low-sugar cereal (under 6g sugar) 1/2 frozen banana sprinkle of cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon vanilla extract 3-5 ice cubes, depending on preferred thickness Add all ingredients to blender, […]

A cool summer treat, and fun to make with the kids! 6 ripe bananas popsicle sticks optional: dark chocolate for melting, chopped nuts, toasted coconut Peel a ripe banana. Cut it in half width-wise. Push a plastic spoon or craft popsicle stick into one end (Target has these). Wrap each halved banana in plastic wrap and freeze for […]


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