I had originally found this recipe on Tasty Kitchen and immediately fell in love! I tweaked the recipe a bit because I’m stuck in the middle of a snowstorm and was not able to run to the grocery store. Instead of beef, I used veal because it was in my freezer. I think I like it even more with veal because if you haven’t tried veal yet then just believe me when I say that it has this distinct flavor that tastes fantastic! Also, if you’re a fitness fanatic and is looking for a lean meat then veal is your go-to! Enjoy!
I originally saw this recipe in Muscle & Fitness magazine and decided to try it! I have never had protein pancakes but it did not look or taste any different than regular pancakes! Finally a healthy indulgent that I find tasty. I changed it a bit based on what I had in my kitchen this morning but here are the ingredients I used. Enjoy!
1 cup of uncooked oatmeal
2 whole eggs
3 egg whites
2 scoops of Vanilla Whey Protein
2 tbsp of Almond butter
2 tbsp of Coconut oil
Cook the oats first then stir in everything else. Make the pancakes how you normally would.
I decided to be brave today and cook without looking up [Googling] recipes. I wanted to make something that would be delicious, nutritious, and with little failure rate. This is what happens when you’re 23 and have never really cooked before. (I still Google how long it would take to boil eggs– judge me, if you will, but I know you all do it too!) I was talking to someone about how I didn’t know how women back then did it. Just cook without looking up anything. What was life before Google like? haha. So I decided to make spicy [because I love it spicy food] turkey stuffed bell peppers. I thought to myself, “you really can’t screw this up because it’s literally so easy!
preheat oven to 350
Perfect, healthy and lean. I think I’m beginning to like enjoy this. Bon Appetit!
I LOVE ALMONDS! A great snack that is so beneficial to our heart and body. It is a great source of protein ( especially for those who have a peanut allergy, like me). Among other health benefits are fiber, calcium, Vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, etc etc. I tend to mix almonds with fruits, salads, or I just eat them as they are. On instagram, I came across a suggestion to soak raw almonds in water for 8-12 hours then peel them and eat it as is. As tedious as it is, the taste is rewarding enough to making the 12 minutes of peeling absolutely worth it. I can’t imagine ever going back to eating roasted almonds. A friend of mine also suggested making Almond cheese? I’ll have to check that out and get back to you guys about it. Let me know if you have any suggestions on what to do with almonds. 🙂