Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Healthy Treats and Food

I said in my previous post that I was going to try to post more recipes, workouts, etc.  Here are some things I made a while ago.  They are healthy and amazing!
~1 cup vanilla soy milk
~handful of ice
~1 scoop vanilla protein powder
~1-2 tbsp of vanilla greek yogurt (or cottage cheese)
~1/2 cup strawberries (I used the frozen kind)
~1 tbsp (or a little less for less of a cheesecake flavor) of sugar free fat free jello cheesecake dry mix
Blend all ingredients together in a blender!
~2/3 cup vanilla soy milk
~1 scoop vanilla protein powder
~1/4 avocado
~2-3 tbsp natural peanut butter
~1/4 cup spinach
~1-2 teaspoons splenda
~1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
~handful of ice
Blend all ingredients together in a blender!
~pulled rotisserie chicken (however much you want~ some people like more, some like less)
~1/4 cup plain greek yogurt
~1/3 cup cut up grapes (green or purple)
~1/3 cup cut up apples
~1/4 cup slivered almonds
~Mix all ingredients together!  I also added some cheese and honey mustard in the pita for more flavor.  I have eaten this in a wrap and pita and both are good!
I LOVE poptarts, but they are absolutely awful for you.  This is a great substitute for poptarts..No, it doesn't taste exactly like a poptart, but I think they are amazing.
~whole wheat tortilla
~1 tbsp cottage cheese
~1 tbsp vanilla soy milk
~1/4 to 1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder
~1 tbsp sugar free strawberry jam
~1 tbsp vanilla protein powder
~Mix the filling ingredients together, put in the middle of a whole wheat tortilla, fold all four sides, then put it in a sandwich maker (I use a griddle). 
~Grill until brown on both sides. 
~Mix the topping ingredients together, then put it on the poptart.
~2 tbsp wheat flour
~2 tbsp vanilla soy milk
~1 tbsp vanilla whey protein powder
~2 tbsp unsweetened apple sauce
~1 tsp sugar free maple syrup
~1/4 tsp coconut extract
~1/4 tsp baking powder
~a little bit of splenda
~strawberry yogurt (can use greek yogurt mixed with strawberry protein powder)
~Preheat oven to 325.
~Mix the batter ingredients in a bowl.
~Place in donut tin and bake for 20 minutes.
~Mix frosting ingredients together and spoon on top.
*Some of these recipes came from the Ebook "Healthy Sweets and Protein Treats" by Miss K.  I adjusted the recipes to fit what I already had.*

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