Here they are! The homemade, no-bake, vanilla almond protein bars! What I especially like about these bars is that they're not only easy to make, they're not messy to make. Also, if you're feeling a little lazy, you can simply form them into protein balls instead of bars. These protein bars will give you 13 grams of protein and only 193 calories per serving (1 bar). Yum!
Light cakey chocolate protein muffins with macros that almost seem impossible: 117 calories, 16g protein, 9g carbs and 2g fat and that's for a large sized muffin (not a mini, not even a standard). No refined sugar. No oil. No butter. Just deep, dark, chocolate flavor.
I won't keep you in suspense. The secret ingredient in this stovetop cilantro lime rice is... limes! Um, yeah I know that's not exactly secret. Lime is in the recipe name. But I don't mean lime [...]
Nothing beats a good one pot recipe, especially when it's delicious and lean at the same time. One pot creole rice with extra lean ground beef became an instant new favorite from the first time I tried it. I couldn't believe how easy it was to make in one pot on the stovetop
Many physique athletes and fitness enthusiasts eat rice every day. A lot of them still eat it plain. They might not know how to cook. Or they might see high calorie ingredients like coconut milk, oil and butter and think, "Nope, not allowed." Eating plain rice isn't bad. But if you could get all the flavor of traditional seasoned rice dishes like Indian coconut curry while still keeping the calories low, wouldn't you be all over that?
You know those pre-cooked packaged breakfast turkey sausage patties you see at the grocery store? They're loaded with preservatives (and more fat than you'd think, considering it's turkey). Like 8 grams of fat per patty (And 130 calories). Why not make your own breakfast turkey sausage? this way, you can control the ingredients and the macros. Check out MY macros: 74 cal, 14g pro, 3g carb, 1.3g fat per patty. Yeah buddy!
This pumpkin spice protein bread recipe makes a moist, dense, rich bread with just enough sweetness, that tastes so good, you won't believe how nutritious it is. It’s all-natural, uses no oil or unhealthy fats, and no refined sugar. Best part: You get almost 12 grams of protein per slice!
These delicious and healthy pumpkin spice protein cookies are so low in calories that a reasonable serving size could easily be 3 or even 4 cookies. That would also give you 16.8 to 22.4 grams of high-quality protein!
Here's a healthy protein snack recipe that's perfect for the autumn season - pumpkin spice protein balls! When you use the right mix of pumpkin, protein, oats, peanut butter and of course, the spices, you get a delicious, nutritious, portable treat that you might even find yourself enjoying all year round!
Fast food chicken nuggets are usually fried, unhealthy calorie bombs. But you can make healthy chicken nuggets at home in your oven that are not only delicious and healthy, but also jam-packed with protein. Be sure to try the nugget dipping sauce too – it might be the best part!