• Cooking,  Recipes

    Thai Tofu Lettuce Wraps | Recipe of the Week

    This Friday, I don’t have Friday Favorites and I also didn’t have enough stand out products in March to dedicate a whole post to. I did however have a favorite recipe that I made this week and I thought now would be a good time to make a change. On Friday’s when I do have a favorite recipe from the week, I’m going to share it as a recipe of the week. I’ll be sure to credit where the recipe came from since I get a lot of my recipes from Pinterest. But I’ll share any updates or changes I made so the recipe fit my macros. My goal is…

  • Cooking,  Fitness,  Recipes

    Healthy Recipes for Easter

    If you’re getting together with family for Easter this week or over spring break, there’s probably going to be a lot of food to eat. If you’re trying to stay on track with a nutrition plan or a diet, then this is probably a dreaded time for you. I’m planning on bringing my own meal to Easter dinner so I know I hit my macros for the day and so I’m not tempted to load up on the cheesy potatoes – though they’re so good! Here are some recipes to prep for Easter with some good macro counts! These recipes are good if you’re bringing just one dish for yourself…

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    Protein Pancakes & Banana Oatmeal Cookies

    Pancakes and cookies while on a cut? Sure – if they’re made to fit my macros! These are two super easy recipes to have on hand not just for a cut, but anytime you have a sweet tooth. PROTEIN PANCAKES Pancakes have always been my favorite breakfast item since I was little and my mom would make them the size of the plate. These aren’t quite as big when all said is done, but they’res still tasty! I’ve been making these pancakes for a while now and it can be modified with additional ingredients, like chocolate chips, cinnamon, peanut butter powder, sprinkles – whatever you like. 1/2 C cottage cheese…

  • Cooking,  Fitness,  Life,  Recipes

    Time For A Protein Shake

    This is going to be a short and rather boring post. It’s how I make my protein shakes. It’s a very simple recipe, but it’s low in calories with all the benefits of other protein shakes I’ve made in the past. Here’s what you’ll need: 6 – 8 ounces unsweetened almond milk, original or vanilla – 30 calories per serving 1 serving of protein powder of choice – I like EAS Complete Protein, Vanilla 150 calories per serving 4 – 6 ounces water Blender Bottle, or something to mix/blend your shake together Optional: peanut butter, flax seed, oatmeal, banana, other add-ins if you prefer, but keep in mind these add more calories…