Are you looking for a delicious way to add protein to your diet, and satisfy your chocolate craving at the same time? This recipe for No-Bake Chocolate Protein Truffles is for you!
Dill Weed is an easy-to-grow annual herb with a slightly sweet, slightly tangy taste that is best-known as the predominant flavor in dill pickles. It’s one of the most popular herbs in Eastern Europe, and in ancient Greece, dill was even used to make wine. Here are five ways to use dill in your own cooking.
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The combination of vanilla and orange makes for a fantastic sweet treat. This can be enjoyed for breakfast or a snack, and you can even pour it into popsicle molds and freeze to make dessert! Orange Dreamsicle Smoothie Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup cashew milk (or other nut milk) 1 scoop Vanilla Milkshake Quest Protein 1 […]
These sweet potato fries are for those who like bold flavor! They are made with dark chili powder, so they are a little spicier and smokier than traditional fries. Savory Sweet Potato Fries Recipe Ingredients: 1 large sweet potato 1 teaspoon dark chili powder 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon paprika 2 tablespoons olive oil Directions: […]
Summer is here, and the mercury will be rising higher and higher. This Cherry Lime Infused Water Recipe is just the thing to quench your thirst on a sweltering summer day. Hydrating and refreshing, it is also flavorful without artificial sweeteners. Not only that, it’s easy to make, and is ready in just 30 minutes.
Who says cranberries are only for autumn? You can enjoy cranberries year round by keeping them on hand in the freezer, perfect for making a chocolatey breakfast treat like this one. Cranberries are also a source of vitamins C, A, and B-6. Chocolate Cranberry Smoothie Recipe Ingredients: 1 cup coconut milk 1 scoop chocolate whey […]
The peak season for green beans is May through September. With just 35 calories per cup, green beans are a good source of potassium and are also a source of vitamins C and A. For the amateur gardener, green beans are an easy vegetable to grow. Fresh green beans combined with toasted macadamia nuts make this side dish perfect for lunch, dinner, or as an afternoon snack.
This smoothie is green on the outside, but tastes like a juicy strawberry! Not only that, it’s perfect for those who just can’t stomach swallowing a vitamin in the morning.
The weather is warmer and it’s time to start packing those snacks for spring and summer hikes, and road trips! With dry roasted nuts, organic banana chips, and dark chocolate-covered coconut, this trail mix is sure to satisfy the whole gang!