Pancakes may seem like a laborious morning meal to make. But, oh contraire! Unless you’re grabbing a protein bar and rushing out the door, nearly every other breakfast requires at least three ingredients. What’s better about these particular pancakes is you get tons of protein, whole grains and pure deliciousness. Make these once and try to tell me I’m wrong. Read more →
On a cold, dreary day, you crave comfort food – something warm, soft and filling. But when another bowl of steel cut oats just won’t cut it, maybe a fresh-baked muffin will wake you up. No, you won’t gain five pounds just from the smell of these fruity quick breads. Yes, you will feel pleasantly satisfied after only one. For a brunch gathering or a midday snack, these naturally sweetened strawberry muffins are your new guilt-free, heart-warming treat!
What better way to celebrate a merry Christmas morning than with these festive gingerbread pancakes? The warm, spicy aroma of gingerbread batter cooking in coconut oil on the skillet may actually lure your children away from the tree and into the kitchen… so they can eat up and then go back to playing with all of their new loot.
Who cares about lemon poppy seed muffins when you can have a whole loaf? Even better, you don’t need a fancy bread machine or a countertop full of mixing bowls and measuring spoons. Throw all of the ingredients into one big bowl, mix thoroughly and let it bake to fluffy perfection. The zesty lemon and punch of protein means you’ll have breakfast for the week – if it lasts that long. Read more →
It’s a good morning when pancakes are piled high on your plate, but it’s a great morning when they’re not just yummy but good for you, too! Skip the boxed mix and make them from scratch with a few simple, healthy ingredients, including rolled oats, a banana and a scoop of all-natural protein powder. Top your stack with chopped peaches and a fresh cream sauce that can be whipped up quicker than you can open a bottle of sugary syrup.
If you dread dry, bland diet breakfast food (fiber cereal, anyone?), these moist muffins will make mornings happy again. With just 136 calories and a single gram of fat, they’re a light, sweet start to the day or a deliciously guilt-free mid-morning snack. Bananas boost energy, while fiber-rich flaxseed fills you up, keeping those weight-loss efforts on track!
Tired of the same post-workout protein shake? After a killer sweat session, your muscles need carbs, protein and healthy fats to jump-start the rebuilding process…but, drinking your nutrients isn’t always the most satisfying. Give your body and your taste buds something to look forward to with this dessert-worthy protein pudding. Read more →
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