All right gym rats, fitness foodies, flexible dieters, IIFYM-er’s (If It Fits Your Macros) and workout & kitchen wizards: this HIGH-PROTEIN recipe is just for you (and also check out the other High-Protein Recipes, too!). We’re going to take protein powder “high-brow” by adding in some Matcha green tea powder and using brewed green tea ice cubes to make a frozen vanilla green tea soft serve to remedy those green tea ice cream cravings that just never seem to make it into your daily macros. All you need is a blender! Let’s DO THIS!
Mmmmm…there’s nothing quite like biting into a perfectly ripe peach. You know, it’s got that golden almost “sunset” colour with just a blush of coral pink on its fuzzy cheeks? And no matter how delicately you try to do it, you always seem to get the sweet peach nectar dribbling down your cheeks? Well, I’ve managed to combine that warm, sweet taste of summer with the creamy coolness of soft serve ice cream in this HIGH-PROTEIN, LOW-FAT peach soft serve. It’s only got THREE ingredients and it’s easy-peasy. Bonus: no wet wipes needed to clean up the peach juice on your face!
“You gotta get on dee boat, ya, Banana Boat!” That song most definitely makes me think of summer. Because not only does it make me think of sunscreen, but it also makes me think of bananas. And when I think about bananas and summer, I think about banana splits & sundaes. And while I love me a good banana split or a sundae, I can’t go eating those every day (maybe you can – lucky you!). But what I CAN eat every day (and might just try this summer) is this HIGH-PROTEIN, LOW-FAT banana soft serve. It’s got all of the health benefits of bananas (because it’s made using frozen bananas), extra protein, and none of the things that make ice cream a “once-in-awhile” treat (refined sugar, saturated dairy fat & “empty” calories). Plus, it’s unbelievably easy!
SUMMER! It’s practically here! (Well, in the Republic of Korea at least. I heard Colorado got snow two weeks ago, or something crazy like that). And what screams summer more than ice cream? How does that ditty go? “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!”? Strawberries also scream summer to me. So how about strawberry ice cream? Better still, how about a HIGH-PROTEIN, LOW-FAT alternative to strawberry ice cream? This simple, sweet recipe also has no refined sugar and only THREE main ingredients.
Peanut butter and chocolate. No one really knows whether peanut butter’s first love is truly jelly or whether it’s chocolate. They just go together. It’s really a no-brainer, isn’t it? And oatmeal for breakfast is a wholesome, natural choice. Make it overnight oatmeal so there’s no standing and stirring over a hot pot in this easy, healthy recipe. And why not make it high in protein? I hope you’re not still thinking about it! Let’s get to it RIGHT NOW!
Just in time for National Chocolate Chip Day (May 15, 2015, in the U.S. anyway, in case you didn’t know – I didn’t either, until it showed up in my Facebook news feed), I present Triple Chocolate “Chocoholic” Overnight Oatmeal complete with chocolate chips! I couldn’t very well take care of the peanut butter lovers of the world without also thinking about the chocolate lovers of the world, too. And don’t the two go hand in hand? And if I can make an easy, healthy high-protein recipe, of course I will. And of course you will, too. Right?
Peanut butter lovers, unite! I’ve made an overnight oatmeal just for you. This recipe has not just one, not two, not three, but FOUR, count ’em FOUR peanut products in it to bring you maximum peanut flavour and the ultimate peanut butter experience. (My apologies if you have a peanut allergy; please check out my Nut-free recipes – and yes, I know that technically peanuts are not nuts, but legumes – I’ve got you covered! Also, my condolences if you are a Paleo adherent and you’re avoiding peanuts, not to mention the dairy in the whey protein powder and the oats as well; this post clearly is not for you, but please check out all of my Paleo goodies instead). Now, back to the PB love. I really don’t think it’s possible to cram more peanutty goodness into one bowl, but be sure to let me know in the comments if you find a way! So, what all is in there? Let’s find out!