These little protein balls are great to make in bulk and have on hand for satisfying those sweet-tooth cravings with minimal impact on your macros! Feel free to get creative with this recipe, using sprinkles, chocolate chips or cocoa powder, if cinnamon isn’t your jam!
This low-fat recipe comes courtesy of one of our amazingly talented clients, Laura. Mother of 3 and wife of Sarajevo-born entrepreneur, Saša, Laura has her hands full trying to keep all 5 mouths & bellies happy!
OMG these pancakes are literally to die for! ? They remind me of the epic pancakes I had in Vancouver at a cute little spot in Cambie called Jam Café. I remember having a hard time guesstimating the macros for that brunch – I damn near had a heart attack when they brought out my 2-inch-thick pancake stack the size of a dinner plate! Given that I was unable to eat anything for the rest of day I’d say those bad boys were not quite as macro-friendly as these!
This super simple dinner is perfect for you when want to impress but have zero time! It’s also a personal go-to for when I’m hoarding my carbs and fat for dessert – perfect timing for all those Easter eggs I’ll be devouring! ?
People who know me well enough, will
know that breakfast foods are my favorite type of food! I could eat pancakes, French
If you’re a fan of cake batter than you’re gonna LOVE this protein packed jar of oatmeal. Prepare it the night before so you can have it for breakfast even when your morning’s hectic. This is so tasty and filling it makes a great late night treat too! Now there’s no reason not to enjoy cake every day – hey, it’s somebody’s birthday somewhere! 😉
When Jason & I tied the knot last November, I wanted to make sure there were plenty of opportunities for us to enjoy spending time with friends and family who’d travelled all the way out to LA to see us. Naturally, being the unadulterated foodie that I am, one of the events I organized was a brunch at a super cool spot in Venice, called 26 Beach.
These are completely addicting and amazingly macro-friendly for your Super Bowl Sunday party food!
I know what you’re thinking. Hmmm isn’t ‘vegan’ code for ‘healthy’ which is code for ‘tastes like crap’?! Well you’d be wrong on both counts. Vegan isn’t always healthy, swedish fish are vegan
You can’t go wrong with a classic sugar cookie recipe. And if you do, well you can always cover it up with a ton of icing! ? Typically these cookies can get pretty high in fat but I made a sneaky substitute for another ingredient that still preserved the flavor and texture of these delightful holiday treats.