If you love deviled eggs but don’t love that you can only have a few before you meet your macro requirements, this recipe will appeal to you. The traditional deviled egg recipe can be pretty calorie dense, but they don’t have to be. I created a healthy version you can enjoy, completely guilt free!
Instead of giving into every holiday indulgence you come across, try to tame your sweet cravings with one of these holiday protein smoothies instead!
Halloween is right around the corner, and you know what that means: the treats are everywhere. I wanted to share a few tricks and treats to help you get through Halloween without sabotaging your weight-loss goals.
It is amazing how quickly you shift from summer fruits to fall desserts. Within days, my house was infused by the smell of pumpkin vanilla candles, my kitchen smelled of pumpkin cookies, and pumpkin spice lattes are my new favorite treat. I couldn’t help but get right to baking some of my favorite fall pumpkin cookies.
Roots like carrots, sweet potatoes, and turnips, are a rich source of nutritious complex carbohydrates. Instead of upsetting blood sugar levels like refined sweet foods do, they help regulate them.
How about a breakfast treat that you could practically eat for dessert (and I would actually encourage that!)? Yes? Well, my Raspberry n’ Cream Crepe Rollups are just what you need then. They are sweet enough to eat for dessert, but are also packed with protein to help fuel your day as a breakfast treat.
Loaded with the perfect mix of carbs and protein, low sugar and less than 150 calories per cookie, these make a great go-to snack when you want something a little sweet. The best part is, there is no baking involved and the entire recipe takes only about 5 minutes to prepare.
Check out my Bikini Body Chocolate Chip Cookies. Less than 100 calories per cookie, ONLY 2 grams of sugar and 5 grams of protein, these low sugar treats will be a hit with the entire family! I got the seal of approval from my kiddos so you know these cookies are winners!
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