Made with almond milk, powdered peanut butter, frozen banana for thickness and creaminess, and chocolate protein powder, this chocolate peanut butter smoothie seriously tastes like a frozen peanut butter cup milkshake. The more banana, the better because it makes the smoothie so thick and delicious. I’ve always loved the chocolate + peanut butter combo. At the end of every night of trick-or-treating growing up, I’d
Do you have any of those recipes that your family has made for as long as you can remember? For my family, this kitchen sink granola is one of those. A few of the first few things I learned how to make and made on a regular basis were whole-wheat blueberry muffins, just about any kind of pasta (although baked ziti and lasagna were my favorites), whole-wheat banana bread,
I love a good bowl of oatmeal for breakfast any day of the week, but sometimes it’s fun to take a little extra time to make something different on the weekends. My first choice would always be thick, fluffy French toast with strawberries and fresh whipped cream, but when I’m trying to make healthier choices, I usually go for an omelet or scrambled eggs. Still, what’s breakfast without carbs?
If you’ve ever read an article about restaurant items that sound healthy but actually aren’t, you probably know that smoothies can be a dangerous thing to order when going out to eat. Sure, they sound healthy, but some smoothie chains make smoothies with 80-90+ grams of sugar in a single drink, and some are loaded with sherbet, sweetened yogurt, or even ice cream. There isn’t anything necessarily wrong with those
This whole wheat banana nut bread is lightened up by swapping half of the oil for unsweetened applesauce, reducing the amount of sugar, and subbing in whole wheat flour– just enough changes to help you feel good about eating it for breakfast without sacrificing the flavor. Of all the delicious, carb-y foods in the world, banana bread holds an extra special place in my heart. Growing up, my