Peanut Butter & Jell-O Yogurt Bowl

  When I first started weight training and tracking macros about 7-8 years ago, one of my absolute favorite desserts was Greek yogurt with sugar free black cherry Jell-O! I loved it because it was super #MacroFriendly and filled me up with the volume. @lorifitlife and @_littlefitone have been posting about their Jell-O bowls recently…

Craving Crusher Cocoa-Nut Chia Seed Pudding

  Have you heard of chia seed pudding? Yes, the seeds like the chia pet! Turns out that they are good for you and when mixed with liquid, will “gel” and thicken! The mix can also be used as an egg substitute in recipes for those who are egg-free!   This is a great after…

A Few of My Favorite Things #8 {Protein Bars}

First, let me address the elephant in the room… I am intentionally leaving out Quest Bars because I feel like everyone already knows about them. Ok! That being said, I am asked quite often about what types of protein bars I consume and which I would recommend. In an effort to make it easier for…

No-Bake Customizable Protein Breakfast Bars

  I can’t believe how long I’ve been sitting on this recipe without posting it! I didn’t realize I hadn’t shared it yet! Oops! I used to make these bars all the time in batches for my husband. I forgot about them until just recently. He likes these stored in the freezer and will pull…

Cereal School Review

I wanted to share a review of a new food find today! The Cereal School low carb, high protein cereal!! Update 6/7/19 I have continued to receive comments on the terrible reformulation of this product as well as horrible customer service complaints. Readers have let me know that their negative comments are removed from social…

Recipes I Pinned This Week

Popping in this week with some intriguing things I plan to try! All healthy of course! 😉   Cauliflower Fauxmeal A sneaky way to add veggies that also happens to be Paleo and gluten free, if you need that sort of recipe. I plan to leave out the brown sugar and add some protein powder…

Single-Serving Healthy Peanut Butter Cup Puppy Chow

 A classic treat made healthy, high protein, and single serving for portion control!   Classic Muddy Buddy recipes use melted chocolate, butter, powdered sugar, peanut butter, and cereal. While they are insanely delicious, when I looked up recipes, an average 1/2 cup serving size clocked in at around 220-250 calories, 10+ g of fat, 40+…

“Give Me S’mores” Fudgy Protein Cups

This recipe is to die for. Seriously. These little gems are so delicious and you don’t even need a bowl, just a blender to make the batter! You can easily double the batch, which I would recommend if you are making them for several people. The texture is somewhere between fudge and a muffin. They…

Famous Fruit Dip {high protein, low calorie}

Ok, so maybe this should be called ‘Almost’ Famous Fruit Dip. In either case, every time I have brought it to a get together, I have been asked for the recipe and/or been asked to bring it from then on out to any future get-togethers involving food! It is so simple, I hate to call…

Peach Cobbler Gelatin {High Protein}

What do you do when you are craving peach cobbler, but you also want to be healthy and not wreck your gut? You get creative with @VitalProteins!! I have been making this recipe every week or two for the last several months, so it is about time that I share it! Most often I have…

Clutch Zucchini Banana Bread {High Protein}

  There is nothing quite like fresh baked banana bread. Except maybe fresh baked zucchini bread. This recipe combines both—but it is healthy! The avocado serves as a stand in for the butter/oil that most traditional quick breads call for. The baking mix is high protein. It is also sweetened with stevia, and along with…

1 Minute {Low Carb} Meal, Learning Carb Cycling, +Kitchen Tip!

So I’m currently in a 6 week program designed to help with learning more about carb timing / carb cycling and how to utilize it for optimizing your training and reaching next level physique goals. Carb cycling and timing is something that I have wanted to learn more about for a while now. Even as a highly educated…