These are extremely easy to make and taste delicious!
1 small banana, mashed
1/2 cup almond meal
2 tbs almond milk
1/2 tsp baking powder
If you still haven’t heard of ‘proats’, let me fill you in. Basically, proats are where you combine oats with protein powder and an endless combination of other delicious and nutrient-packed goodies. Instead of cooking your oats like you would in making porridge, you just soak them in the fridge for at least an hour, or overnight, hence the
I usually have this for breakfast once a week. You can substitute the fruit for whatever is in season and get creative with your toppings! Chia pudding is a great balance of carbohydrates, protein, fats and vitamins. It will give you a great start to your day and keep you full for many hours.
Cutting out refined sugar from your diet is one of the best health changes you could ever make. If you are still new to quitting sugar, you might sometimes struggle with finding quick things to eat throughout the day, when you don’t have lots of time to cook all those snazzy sugar-free recipes out there. So, I’ve created a sugar-free meal plan to get you through those days where you’re stuck for inspiration and lots of cooking time. Enjoy!
This is just like a protein shake without the liquid! I ate it almost every day as either my morning or afternoon snack when I was preparing for my fitness competition. It’s much better than chicken and broccoli! Anyone I have ever made this for has loved it. I hope you do, too!