Dinner last night was easy and delicious. Grilled Chicken Satay with Spicy Peanut Sauce served with a side of cauliflower fried rice with lime, green onions and cilantro. The grilled chicken recipe has 297 calories, 8 g fat, 16 g carbs, 36.5 g protein. Www.skinnytaste.com/grilled-chicken-satay-with-spicy-peanu…/. I substituted the honey and brown sugar with Stevie for less carbs and omitted the peanuts to reduce fat slightly. I also used PB2 instead of Better’n peanut butter. My husband who is not into health food said to keep this meal in the rotation. … See MoreSee Less
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We woke up to a foot of new snow and 10 degrees with 40 mph winds. So I stayed indoors and did some recipe experimenting. If you love chocolate cake you will love these muffins. Warning, it will be hard to eat just one. Good news is that with these macros you can eat two! Chocolate Protein Muffins Make 12 (1/4 cup Batter) muffins Calories per muffin: 76 Fat: 1 grams Carbs: 9 grams Protein: 8 grams Ingredients 1 Cup Bob’s Red Mill Oat Bran 2 scoop chocolate protein Powder (I used UMP) 6 Tablespoon unsweetened baking cocoa powder 4 egg whites 1/4 cup Greek Yogurt or 1/4 cup mashed ripe banana 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk 1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda 1/4 teaspoon Baking Powder 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 cup raw Stevia (taste before you add, you might find you won’t need to add much) Directions: Preheat oven to 350. In a large bowl, add dry ingredients and mix. In a small bowl mix wet ingredients. Add the wet ingredients to the large bowl and stir until combined. Coat a muffin pan with nonstick spray or use muffin liners and pour a scant 1/4 cup batter into individual muffin holders. Bake for 12=15 minutes. Don’t over bake or they will end up dry. … See MoreSee Less
Are you getting enough protein at breakfast? For those that are working out men should be eating around 40 grams and women 30 grams for breakfast. Those that live a sedentary lifestyle men 30 grams and women 20 grams. Here is a great pancake recipe that will give you that much needed protein.
1/2 cup Kodiak Pancake mix
1 egg white or 3 tablespoons of egg white substitute
1/2 scoop of protein powder (Read your ingredients the protein powder must have 20 grams or protein per scoop. No sugars added and low in fat. May be plain or vanilla)
1/2 cup water.
Mix and cook your pancakes. This recipe will make 4 generous -1/4 cup pancakes.
Total calories: 289 for the whole recipe 28 grams protein 5 grams fat 33 grams of carbs Top with some berries or sugar free syrup.
Yes, this will seem like a whole lot of food but the truth is is that most of us are not eating enough for breakfast. Men can add plain Greek yogurt mixed with berries, turkey breakfast sausage or a protein shake along with the pancakes to get their protein. … See MoreSee Less