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…

Fruit Loops #BOSS Recipe

This combo was SO good! If you liked Fruit Loops as a kid, you have got to try this. If you didn’t, I’m not sure that you can be trusted! 😂 I posted this recipe on Instagram, but wanted to make sure I shared it here too, as it was awesome. For those of you…

Protein Cherry Cordials {Recipe} {ToL #7}

Somehow I have neglected to share this recipe on the blog…my bad! I suppose I am a little late for Valentine’s Day, but perhaps this would make an Easter Treat for someone special? Note: someone special totally includes you. I won’t judge if you want to keep them all for yourself. It is a single…

Chocolate Covered Cherry #BOSS {Recipe}

Question: What is one part fruit smoothie and one part protein shake?   Answer: The recipe for a #BOSS (aka big ‘ole smoothie shake).   🍫🍒For the Chocolate Covered Cherry #BOSS blend: 8 oz milk (I used almond-coconut) 70g (about 1/2 cup) frozen dark sweet cherries handful of spinach 1/2-1 scoop chocolate protein powder (I…

Protein Cream of Wheat

  This recipe actually works really well if you want to make it the night before. You can reheat it, or you can just eat it cold (which is actually how I like to eat it, because I’m down with the #strangebutgood). It’s so simple, but #satisfactionfactor10. Protein Cream of Wheat What you need: 1 packet of the…

My Favorite Protein Powders {Plus Recipe Ideas}

  Of course, most of us would do best to eat whole food sources of protein instead of powders, but there are certainly good reasons to use supplements. That being said, I thought I’d share my favorite protein powders and how I use them. Please note, some links are affiliate links. Those that are affiliate…

1 Minute Protein Breakfast Cake

Topped with berries An easy breakfast recipe that you can make quickly when needed in the morning. It also keeps well in the refrigerator, so you can even ahead of time if you want to. It tastes so good, it really qualifies for dessert, but its macros make it an ideal pre-workout breakfast! Topped with banana coins, PB2, and…

Pumped Up Sweet Potatoes

This super easy recipe is great for a post workout meal, snack, or side dish. It is similar to the PB&J Sweet Potato recipe I posted a while back, but with a protein “boost.” Pumped Up Sweet Potatoes 100g cooked and mashed sweet potato 2 TBSP PB 2 1/3-1/2 scoop Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl* (or protein powder of choice)…

Green Pancakes {High Protein}

I love that this recipe only requires a blender to prepare the batter! I am all about saving time when making meals. These pancakes are great to make ahead and freeze for a healthy breakfast on the run during the week. I often make a batch on weekends and pre-bag them into servings for for my husband to grab…

Double Chocolate Chunk Protein Brownies!

Once upon a time, there was a recipe. I decided to play around with it (go figure). It’s not that it wasn’t good; I was just inspired to take it in a different direction. Fast forward a bit. One idea led to another…and to multiple experiments. #Recipe rabbit trail. This is one of those recipe…