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Cake Batter Protein Cookies

Cake Batter Protein Cookies

Every kitchen should have a cookie jar – especially with kiddos in the house. After every hard workout or chore checked off the to-do list, put your hands in the cookie jar and pull out one of these colorful treats.  The cake batter flavor and super- ...
Protein Peach Cobbler Frozen Yogurt

Protein Peach Cobbler Frozen Yogurt

Crunchy is not how you’d typically describe frozen yogurt. Yet, somehow, the two pair nicely in this cobbler-inspired recipe. Characteristic of a good fruit pie, you’ll bite into pieces of flaky crust with each spoonful. Plus, choosing frozen peaches ...
Quest Bar Apple Dumplings

Quest Bar Apple Dumplings

You can take the girl out of the country, but you can’t take the country out of the girl. So when apple dumplings call your name, give a nod to your roots without giving up your new-found fitness. You don’t have to omit flour or sugar. You’ll just us ...
No-Bake Mini Cheesecakes

No-Bake Mini Cheesecakes

Simplicity: a rare and undervalued state of being. It is often synonymous with plain, dull or primitive. But this couldn’t be further from the truth, especially when something simple is actually quite dynamic, vibrant and indulgent. Take a cream rich ...
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Bites

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Bites

Frozen pizza rolls are outdated and over-processed. Update your family’s snack time with quality protein, healthy fats and everyone’s favorite sweet treat…chocolate! The kids can safely (and enthusiastically) join in on the prep work, since there’s n ...
Nutty Dream Bars

Nutty Dream Bars

Biting into a s’more is like enjoying three different desserts, with flavors bursting in your mouth one by one. This three-tiered dream bar is just like that…but better! The bottom layer is beaming with sweet vanilla and oats. Seconds later, your mou ...
Quest Protein Cookie Dough Bites

Quest Protein Cookie Dough Bites

Late-night munchies are often a minefield of saturated fat, excess sugar and coma-inducing carbs. Sure, that kind of overload can put you to sleep. But you’ll either wake up with a food-hangover, or a cloud of guilt hanging over your head. Before you ...