Typically when I write my recipes, I will just list a generic whey, casein or blended protein in the ingredients. However, every once in a while I come across a protein that I just can’t help but mention and Jamie Eason’s signature protein line has led me to do just that! Enjoy!
Typically, coconut shrimp dishes are fried and battered in tons of oil and excess flour and served with sugary dipping sauces. My version of coconut shrimp is baked with NO oil and no flour and served with a sugar-free dipping sauce! It has less than 10 grams of fat per serving.
You get a triple benefit of having a low-fat peanut sauce, the ability to make them at home, and they are absolutely delicious!
My version of Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats combines fresh peaches with just enough sweet and spice, layered with creamy yogurt and the nutty flavor and awesome texture of the soaked oats to provide a breakfast treat that you simply will enjoy every bite of. It is so simple to make, so pretty to look at, and so fun to eat. Enjoy!
What are protein pancakes? Well, they’re basically pancakes that are packed with a whole lot of awesomeness! They have a great blend of carbohydrates, fiber and protein to fuel you and keep you satisfied as you tackle your day.
The beloved peanut butter and jelly sandwich is hard to top! We all know it, which is why a lot of companies come out with “PB&J” flavored products. Well, I belong right in this camp as I present to you my PB&J Thumbprint Protein Cookies.
What a beautiful way to celebrate St. Patty’s Day with these scrumptious Shamrock Cupcakes! The light vanilla cakes are frosted with a creamy mint green frosting. They are low in sugar and pack a beautiful 18 grams of protein each!
This breakfast is delicious enough to eat as a dessert! Regardless of whatever time of day you decide to enjoy this treat, it will be a party for your taste buds! In addition, you can wow your brunch with guests with the presentation of my Strawberry French Toastwiches as they look so complicated, but are so incredibly easy to make!
If you have ever eaten at a Mexican restaurant, you know that there is just something about that sizzling plate of fajitas that gets you hooked each and every time. Inherently, the meat, peppers and onions that this dish is traditionally comprised of are all healthy; however, the excess oil, tortillas and all of the fix-ins can really start to rack up the calories.
When you think of truffles, I’m sure your mouth waters but you also see a huge red “X” sign blinking and flashing telling you to avoid at all costs due to the fat and sugar content. Well, not in this case! My Chocolate Coconut Rice Truffles have no added sugar and contain less than 5 grams of fat per truffle (so I recommend 2 as a serving!)
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