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.
One of the biggest complaints we hear from our clients when they fall off track is that they’re just too crunched for time. Cooking something delicious that the whole family will like either takes too long
Me and my sweet tooth LOVE this time of year! Its all too easy to let things get out of control with all the delicious desserts everyone brings to the table. That’s why when I get invited to a holiday party, I always make sure to bring a sweet and at least one side dish with me so I know exactly what’s in a couple of the things I’ll end up eating.
I LOVE banana bread! But the macros on any standard slice are usually too dear to spend. Take the Starbucks banana walnut bread for example. 1 slice yields 52g carbohydrates, 21g fat and 6g protein.
When it comes to Italian food it’s hard for me to change my mindset. The last 20 years of my life I’ve been avoiding carbs and starchy foods because I was told they would make me fat. Imagine my heartbreak when Lasagna used to be one of my favorite meals! Even though I now know that consuming too much of ANY macronutrient is what results in weight gain, I still rarely choose to indulge in a bowl of spaghetti bolognese or fettuccine Alfredo.
Check out this quick and easy recipe for no bake vegan protein bars! These bars are primarily plant-based and super macro-friendly. You won’t want to go back to store-bought bars after you give these a try! 🙂
Hi! My name is Roz & I’m a recovering carbophobe! Yep that’s right, before flexible eating I was so afraid of carbohydrates that I even avoided eating fruit! Thankfully flexible eating has freed me from that psychological misery