Coconut chocolate spread recipe made from 4 ingredients in a few minutes. Suitable for healthy, vegan, paleo and whole food diets. Easy and foolproof recipe
Bright, sunshiny energy bites that taste like your favorite muffins but are low-carb, low-calorie & packed with 17g+ of protein!
Your snack game will never be the same once you try these no-bake oatmeal energy balls. And with eight flavor options, plus tips on how to make up your own, you definitely won't get bored!
These are almost exactly like the granola bars I make the Rogers, but I use dates as a base, and no coconut or chocolate chips. I may try coconut in my bars next time though.
As promised, here is my week 2 update for the 21-Day Fix ! First of all, I seriously can't believe how fast this is going. Two weeks already! Since my first post , I've had a few people express...
205 Likes, 55 Comments - Megan Wieland (@fitwithmeg) on Instagram: “Monster cookie protein balls for our work trip to the hotel this weekend! Mix 1 cup quick oats, 1/2…”
Oh peanut butter cups. One of the most delicious treats ever made. A pack of Reese's is 210 calories, 13 grams of fat, and 4.5 grams of that is saturated fats!
These healthy no-bake peanut butter chocolate energy bites are perfect for a snack or a quick on-the-go breakfast.
These Coconut Cashew Bars are a new Whole30 snack favorite. I made these with my Vitamix and they were so easy! Dates, coconut, and cashews, yum.