There’s nothing more satisfying than rolling out of bed to a warm muffin and a cup of coffee or tea. Imagine if that muffin was actually full of protein, keeping you satisfied for hours. Now it’s a reality! Make a batch of these delicious gems on the weekend and enjoy throughout the week. Bonus, they freeze well! No more worries if you hit snooze a few too many times in the morning.
Who knew you could have pudding for breakfast without guilt, throwing off your diet and being completely vegan. It’s as simple as lining up a few jars, throwing the ingredients in, shaking it up, and letting it sit overnight. THEN VOILA!! Play with the toppings for added fun to your morning.
Move over scrambled eggs in the morning, we have a new player in town. Chickpea flour, aka garbanzo bean flour, has incredible properties where it can be used in sweet baked goods, and in savoury dishes like this scramble. Chickpeas have many strong healthy qualities like being a fibre and protein powerhouse. This vegan scramble will work with any veg you like, so feel free to mix and match with your favourite fresh herbs.
Mug cakes are ingenious - simply mix a few staple ingredients in your favourite mug, pop in the microwave, and in no time at all you can be enjoying a delicious cake-for-one. No leftovers to worry about going stale. No preheating the oven. No mixing bowls or whisks to wash up. For those who crave sweets, appealing to your taste buds first thing can squish those cravings early on. So next time you're craving something sweet but are short for time, this incredibly simple mug cake is sure to hit the spot. Plus high in protein! Just top with your favourite nut butter and fruit of choice.
Find you have a low appetite after your workouts? Or are you short on time and don't want to prepare and eat a full meal?
Try this smoothie idea!
This nutrient-packed smoothie is high in protein & easy to digest carbs, but low in fat to support quick re-fuelling and recovery after hard workouts
Fast food restaurant egg bites are all the rage right now for being nutritious and quick options for breakfast on the go. But they aren’t as healthy as many of us don’t realize with loads of cheese and stabilizers added. Plus the cost of buying them daily adds up quickly. Ditch the takeout and make them at home instead!
Protein pancakes are an easy option for a quick breakfast option OR something you can double or triple and have for a few days. Simple few ingredients most of us already have at home. Play around with adding cinnamon, vanilla, cardamom, or mini chocolate chips. Simply reheat in the morning and top with fresh berries/ fruit/ local maple syrup OR turn into a sandwich with natural nut/ seed butter and low sugar jam to have on your way out the door.
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Are you struggling to find the motivation to workout from home? Are you frustrated that you’re forced to workout in the same space where you work? Are you finding it difficult to stick to a routine?
Since the beginning of this pandemic, our lives have changed. Our daily routines don’t look like what they used to, and for most of us (myself included), it’s beginning to take a toll. For most of us, fitness was our outlet, and the gym was our sacred place. It was the place we would go to where we could forget about the stress of our day and just have fun with friends.
How are we supposed to fill that void when gyms are closed? When we can’t see our friends? Heck - even going for a run or bike ride outside can be risky! We do what we have done since March 16th - we adapt!
One thing I've noticed whenever I look for speedy breakfast ideas is that I always wind up with a lot of toast recipes on my hands. It makes sense if you think about it: Toast is almost always going to come together quickly (I mean, it is just toasted bread with stuff on top, after all). And, provided you're using sprouted grain, minimally processed or gluten-free bread or an alternative to bread like sliced sweet potatoes as the base, it can be a great healthy option, too.
But, how boring is it to always have butter or peanut butter on toast? Not only does it lose it's novelty, but you're missing out on a key macronutrient - protein!
Read below for a list of some of our favourite protein-packed toppings to put on your toast!
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