Calories & Macronutrients (whole recipe): Calories - 327 Protein - 15g Carbohydrates 4g Note: These amounts above account for the recipe as listed below, with 1tbsp of olive oil. Of course, if you use less oil it will have less calories. It's Friday and time for some more ideas of quick and easy recipes to help you get your weekend off to a great start. I love Zucchini fritters for a great way to boost your veggie intake. These quick and easy treats can be enjoyed as breakfas
One of my favourite foods from childhood was macaroni cheese. If my mum wanted to get me to do anything I didn't want to do she could always bribe me with this delicious comfort meal. As a young adult, this phase continued - that creamy bowl of cheesy pasta never failed to cheer me up when I needed a hug from within. However, after studying Nutritional Medicine, it's suffice to say that my diet has changed enormously. Now almost everything I eat has to have as much nutritiona
Want pancakes without the guilt? Try these delicious, light and fluffy pancakes made from nutritious, healthy wholefood ingredients. Ingredients: 2 cups brown rice flour 2 eggs 8tsp coconut cream 1 tsp balsamic 1tbsp Olive oil 2 scoops vivo protein powder 2tsp flaxseed meal 4 -5 cups water (until becomes liquid batter) Half tsp Baking powder 1-2 tbsp of dairy free choc chips - sugar free or stevia sweetened if possible. Non-stick pan or spray olive oil for cooking. Optional:
I love to bake, most of the time I go super healthy, sugar free and lower carb. However sometimes I cook for the soul and this recipe is definitely for one of those times. These muffins are definitely a some-times food and you could certainly play around with the recipe increasing the protein powder and reducing the flour for a better balance. However this recipe as it stands offers a healthy yet indulgent light and fluffy muffin that is to die for.... you ready? Here goes...