Roasted Carrot FriesCraving French fries but don’t want to be derailed from your healthy eating? These carrot fries are guilt-free, vitamin-packed, and can be enjoyed as a savory snack or a side to any meal.
Black Bean SoupThis recipe takes a little more time because of the soaking and cooking of the beans, but it is well worth it! And everyone knows black beans include protein, but they also have fiber, antioxidants, and micronutrients. They will keep you full and energetic for hours, which is why they can be very helpful if you’re trying to lose weight and curb cravings
Raw Vegan Donut HolesShow me someone who doesn’t like donut holes, and I’ll show you someone who has never had a donut hole! I admit that donuts are my kryptonite, and I often crave their sweet, decadent, melt-in-your-mouth goodness. This recipe will give you all the things you want in a donut hole – moist, flavorful, with a sticky, sugary glaze – but will give you energy rather than make you feel tired and sluggish from the sugar crash.
Beet Pesto with Arugula and ParmesanThis pesto is so beautiful AND delicious! And you can’t beat beets for health benefits! They are full of everyday nutrients including vitamin B, iron, manganese, copper, potassium, and magnesium. They can lower blood pressure, lower risk of heart disease, increase stamina, improve brain function, and fight inflammation associated with chronic disease.
Spinach, Mushroom and Red Pepper FrittataI first made this rustic frittata for some friends who came over for brunch. It’s beautiful with crisp edges, and can be served in wedges like a pizza. Great for any meal from breakfast to dinner, and is the perfect meal prep for the week!
Coconut GranolaThis granola is a great grain-free option addition to your yogurts, Shakeology, dairy-free ice cream, or even eaten straight out of your hand!
Almond Flour Blueberry and Lemon MuffinsThis recipe was inspired by www.DAMYHealth.com. It is gluten-free, grain-free, clean, lower in carbs, moist and the best almond flour muffins I’ve ever had! Perfect for a grab-and-go breakfast, brunch or a mid-day snack.
Butterfinger ShakeologyButterfingers that have been in the freezer are the best! And here is one of my favorite Shakeology shakes!
Chocolate Salted Caramel ShakeologyAt Christmas time, one of my mom’s friends who played the organ at our church (my mom led the choir) would always make us homemade chocolates. She would arrive at Christmas Eve Mass with a plate of treats, and my favorite was always the salted chocolate caramels. This shake reminds me of Mrs. Hall!
Thin Mint ShakeologyDid you know that Girl Scouts have been selling cookies since 1917?! No wonder they have the BEST cookies ever! And Thin Mints, with their chocolate-covered crispy wafers, are a fan favorite!
Elvis ShakeologyElvis was known to LOVE his peanut butter and banana sandwiches. I tried them a couple of times and understood why! Here’s a quick and delicious alternative that will leave you “ALL SHOOK UP!”
Peanut Butter Cup ShakeologyWho doesn’t like a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup?! They are perfect little comfort food treats. This shake will make you feel as though you’re indulging just as much!
No Bake Chocolate Shakeology CookiesI’m like the cookie monster – put a plate of cookies in front of me, and I’ll gobble them down! These cookies are a healthy and quick alternative – full of protein, lower in calories, fat and sugar; and you don’t have to turn on the oven!
Oatmeal Raisin Cookie ShakeologyWarm, fresh from-the-oven oatmeal raisin cookies are BOMB, but you probably shouldn’t have them every day. But the good news is you CAN have this shake every day!
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