About a year and a half ago I posted about what a sample day looks like for me (click on link to see that post). Well, training changes, bodies change, and so did the way I eat. (Not drastically, but I did notice some things that needed tweaking). On recent posts, I’ve been messaged about what I eat and so I’m showing you what that looks like today. I am still fortunate to be a stay at home mom and I still have to manage errands, activities, my daily workout and keep up with the housework. This blog post is long, so pin or save it for reference!READ MORE
Sounds yummy, right? Haha, they are, I swear! Okay, so let me share something with you. When I am looking for healthy protein dense recipes, I don’t look to Pinterest anymore. Why? Because I don’t trust it. (I’ve had too many fails).
I go to my good friend (for real, we are friends … she’ll probably even comment on this blog post), Rebekah Kathleen Clementson’s website and check her recipe section for ideas. She is a former bikini competitor, fitness model and Fitness RX magazine contribitor, not to mention AMAZING runner and baker! She follows IIFYM, rather than intuitive eating like me, but whether you count macros or not, you can still follow her recipes! Earlier this week, I was craving cookies and I went to her website for a recipe. I saw her Reese’s Pieces Gluten Free Cookies and wanted to make them so bad but checked my pantry and didn’t have Reese’s or Devotion Angel Food Cake Protein, so I improvised. I made these Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Protein Cookies instead. The recipe is nearly identical except the swap for protein (I use Cytosport 100% Whey Vanilla) and semi sweet chocolate chips in place of Reese’s Pieces. Check it out below!READ MORE
This morning I was hungry for something salty, but of course, healthy so I looked around the kitchen and came up with this. I talk a big game about eating clean and well but reality is with marathon training under way, breakfast is often overlooked even though I know how important it is. I am quick to grab a protein drink or shake but rarely take the time to make “real” food in the morning, and not for lack of time, but rather for lack of desire. I’ve noticed the effects of my erratic eating patterns with training because I’ve lost a few pounds and don’t “feel” as strong as I want to. So I’m aiming to make a commitment to breakfast and rather than reach for my old faithful of egg whites, turkey sausage and toast, today, I decided to throw some veggies in the mix and avocado for healthy fat (keeps you satiated) and see how it tasted. Think omelette for the lazy (my omelette flipping skills are not great).READ MORE
So I’ve been making a super low cal mug cake recipe for a while and it’s good if you are looking for low calorie, no nut butter. Find it here – 100 calorie chocolate cake. But if you are more concerned about paleo/clean eating/etc, I adapted that recipe and came up with this one for you:READ MORE
This super duper easy recipe should be in your arsenal of weekly, if not daily recipes!!! We use it as a side dish and as a snack! These broiled veggie chips have the crunch fix of a potato chip but the health benefit of vegetables!!! Here’s how to fix them:READ MORE