Sick of chugging down protein shakes or chowing down on grilled chicken to hit your protein? Me too! So I was literally over the moon when I came across this high protein cheesecake recipe. This dessert has just 2g of fat and 14g of carbs per slice! Try it out.
When I was in my teens, I had unlimited access to an incredibly well-stocked pantry. My affinity for junk food was no doubt inherited from my dad. He was careful not to overindulge but I rarely remember a night where a chocolate bar or a bag of Walkers salt and vinegar chips wasn’t devoured! He’d munch away audibly enjoying his treats and remind us to, “keep everything in moderation, including moderation!”
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!
People who know me well enough, will
know that breakfast foods are my favorite type of food! I could eat pancakes, French
Presidents Day is just around the corner so this recipe’s in honor of Mr Washington. Happy Birthday big G! If you’re a fan of cake batter than you’re gonna LOVE this
These are completely addicting and amazingly macro-friendly for your Super Bowl Sunday party food!
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.
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.
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! 🙂