🌸Comida de juernes🌸
• Pure de verduras👌🏿
• Salmon🐟 y acelgas
• yogur helado🍦 mi nuevo visiooooo😂👌🏿
Con el dia tan bueno que hace yyo en la tienda🤦🏾♀️ que ganas de domingo por diooo👀👀
Feliz juernes amores🤟🏿❤️
I made these for @thefitnessfactorydbn last week! Sooooo super easy to make!! 😁👍🏻 "Four-Ingredient-Flourless-Protein-Brownies"
Just 4 healthy ingredients are needed to whip up these dense, fudgy chocolate brownies, which boast a hefty dose of protein! (However if you dont like banana then you wont like these!🍌) Naturally gluten free, vegan, paleo and refined sugar free!
🍫 3 medium, overripe bananas (approximately 1 cup or so)
🍫1/2 cup smooth peanut butter or almond butter
🍫 2 T (1/4 cup) cocoa/cacao powder (more = richer taste)
🍫 1-2 scoops of protein powder (I do NOT recommend whey protein powder- It lends itself to a gummy texture.) .
Preheat the oven the 200°C, grease a small cake pan or loaf pan and set aside.
In a small microwave-safe bowl or stovetop, melt your nut butter.
In a blender, food processor, using your hands, or mix with a spoon (which saves time but the brownies will be more chunky) combine the bananas, cocoa powder, protein powder and nut butter until smooth.
Pour the mixture into the greased pan and bake for around 20 - 30 minutes or until cooked through.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely before slicing into pieces.
* You don't need to blend or process all ingredients, but they lend a smoother texture - Although you may like banana chunks in them.
* These brownies are not super sweet. Adjust accordingly if you'd like a very sweet brownie? Or alternatively you can add some honey.
* Brownies are best kept and enjoyed refrigerated. They are also freezer friendly.
Recipe from: www.thebigmansworld.com
Big news here!!!! Tyler decided he needs my help to eat healthier so he can meet his goals competing. YES! This guy sets a goal and reaches it no matter what. So, we decided he’s going to completely cut out sugar! He already eats pretty clean, except for those sugary treats he likes to have every once in awhile. We also decided he needs to eat MORE since he’s burning so much every day. So, Here’s the first breakfast of the new Tyler: Protein Pancakes! Made out of... COTTAGE CHEESE! Okay sounds soooo nasty I know. I definitely have always been creeped out by the chunky ness of cottage cheese! But these are so easy, TASTE GREAT, and high protein! 1/2 c of cottage cheese is 12 g of protein! 🎉Recipe:
1/2 c of cottage cheese
1/2 cup of GF oats
1 tsp vanilla extract.
4 egg whites (or 2 eggs)
THAT’S IT. Just blend it. And BOOM. You have your batter! So cheap, so easy, and GOOD sources of protein!
I used coconut oil on the skillet which adds some yummy flavor, and added some cinnamon. The topping on these pancakes is some homemade cinnamon applesauce (no sugar added) and unsweetened coconut. ...
Annyira ráérek a nagy tanulásban, hogy ma ezt a pinteresten látott guacamole mártogatóssal töltött csirkemellet csináltam, mert végre puha lett a kb. 2-3 hete @gabor_easyfood-dal beszerzett avokádó 😂😂😂
Mindenesetre nem is értem miért nem próbáltam eddig otthon édesburgonyát sütni hasabburgonyának álcázva, amikor nagyon finom és egyszerű köret! Na jó, múltkor a @vegazzoveganbistro-ban is nagyon finomat ettem, ha nem értek rà otthon készíteni, ott biztosan találtok belőle 😊
Receptet hamarosan hozok, csak előbb levizsgázok 🙈🙉🙊 #serpenyovirtuoz#bezzegramonadieta
Did someone say Chicken Wings?! 💁🏼♀️ My other half made this absolute feast of a meal last night- three different kinds of chicken with salad and snacks. Low carb dinners and sweaty training sessions are in play and Kili is just two weeks away!!! 🙈 Any tips for low carb dinners would be greatly appreciated!