Strawberry-Banana High Protein Ice Cream

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So here is another recipe to cool you down on those warm spring days we are having this year! It’s beautiful to look at and tastes great too! Best part is..you can eat the whole bowl without an ounce of guilt. Why? Well..because it contains: 255 calories, 3g fat(0g without topping), 21g protein & 5g fibre. This creamy delicious strawberry-banana ice cream is a play off of my original Coconut-Banana-Mango Ice Cream recipe. I decided to substitute strawberry for mango after my mom came home with probably the largest bag of frozen strawberries I have seen in my life(from costco of course). & I have to say, I can’t decide which kind I prefer! They are both completely delicious! Also if you didn’t hear..each bowl of ice cream contains a secret ingredient to increase the protein without changing the taste or texture(no protein powder!) read on to find out more… Take me to the recipe!

High Fibre Delicious Oatmeal!

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Good morning! So guys, as you may know I know follow the IIFYM way of eating and it works amazing for me! But what you also should know is that fibre is an extremely important part of this diet! You cannot leave it out. So, if you are finding it hard to fit in your fibre for the day while still eating tasty food, here is a simple breakfast that packs 13-14g of fibre/ bowl! Each bowl only contains 234 calories! It also contains 8g of protein! It will keep you feeling full for long! It also is so great tasting that it won’t be a challenge to finish the whole bowl!

Serves 1:

Ingredients:

-1/4 cup dry quick oats

-2/3 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

-1/2 tbsp ground flax

-2 drops stevia sweetener(or another sweetener to taste)

-1/4 tsp vanilla extract

-1/2 tsp cinnamon or to taste! + more for topping(I estimate)

-14g or half a serving of bran buds cereal

-1 tbsp crushed pecans(53 calories worth, I measure using a scale!)

-3 tbsp blueberries

-2 medium strawberries chopped

-optional: raisins

Directions: Combine oats and almond milk in a bowl and microwave for 2:20mins, it should come out a bit runny but not to fear, this is what we want! Now stir in the flax, vanilla, cinnamon and stevia. Next pour in your bran buds and crushed pecans, stir until combined, top with fruit, additional cinnamon and a sprinkle of sweetener(optional). As you serve, the bran buds will have begun to soak up some of the liquid making the oatmeal thick and delicious! Perfection! If you want to really get fancy and add more fibre..add a few raisins on top!

Enjoy!

Eats For Yesterday…

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Breakfast: Super High Fibre amazinggg oatmeal! Recipe will follow :)(had this with some scrambled egg whites)
HBarbeque Chicken Salad w:kidney beans
Lunch: A delicious BBQ chicken salad w/kidney beans, herbed goat cheese, italian dressing & spices.
Subway Sub
Subway assorted sub! (This was a treat!) with subsauce, mustard, lettuce and cheddar cheese!
Homemade Oat Cookies 2
For dessert I made oatmeal raisin cookies! I managed not to eat the batter haha but I made sure to have one after they were baked! They were really, really good!
Homemade Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

During this day I also had half a fig whole wheat bar from costco (really tasty!) and 3/4 cup greek yogurt with a little fruit on top as well as cottage cheese with one tbsp peanut butter before bed!

*Following IIFYM for life!*

What did you eat today?

Coconut-Banana-Mango Ice cream! (TOP PICK)

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Hey all! I thought it was about time I posted a new recipe! I can’t even remember the last time I shared one with you guys! But this recipe was worth the wait..This easily just became my new favourite go-to snack. This is absolutely delicious and is wayyy better for you then any regular ice cream! It can actually be eaten as a meal replacement (highly recommend it for breakfast!). It’s perfect for the warm weather coming up. It even looks like spring haha :). So now to the details I know you all want to know.. This little treat packs a good 284 calories, 5g fibre, only 3g fat, 21g yes 21g protein!(no protein powder!), & 41g carbs. You are also getting lots of healthy vitamins & nutrients from the fruit! So now how does that crazy high protein number come in when there is no protein powder you may ask? WELL, I guess you will just have to read more to find out….. Take me to the recipe!