Yet again - the 5 min oone bowl recipe!
- 2 oz, Coconut Milk
- 1 oz Zero Calorie Syrup
- 60 milliliter, Premium Pea Protein (I used Anthony's)
If you're expecting a fatty-greasy pad thai like at a thai restaurant, feel free to leave this page right now. This is a macro friendly pad thai which is still super delicious and satisfying yet has 27 g protein per serving and 1/4 of fat, 1/3 carbs and 2.5 less calories compared to traditional pad thais (macros comparison below). So, if you're dieting, this is quite a find. Enjoy: Blend in a bullet blender: 1.90 oz (30g), Tamarind Concentrate 1 tbsp fresh minced Ginger 2-3 fresh cloves Garlic 1 tbsp white vinegar 2 tbsp lime juice 32 grams, Peanut Butter...
- one bowl
- has CHOCOLATE
- and peanut butter
- and bananas duh
- 13 g PROTEIN per serving
- perfect fluffy consistency
Blend your high nutrient content foods together for a quick 1 spoon-a-day healthy dose of vitamins for the whole fam! Saves time and helps you get the important nutrients from whole foods rather than pills No, this won't protect you from the virus. But our immune system can use every little help it gets.In my blend: Ginger Turmeric Lemons Salt, sugar, ACV, pepper - a tad to preserve better & increase turmericc nutrient absorption Share the post with the ones who need it!
1/4 cup TVP 1/4 cup old fashioned oats 1.5 scoops vanilla protein 1 tspn chia seeds 2 Tbspn bluberries lemon slices Bluberries are rich in vitamins A and E, copper, beta carotine and manganese.Oats - good source of B vitamins, iron,folate, magnesium, selenium, thiamine, thotenic acid and phosphorous.Lemons - EAT WITH THE RIND! MOST OF THE vitamins C, B, copper, potassium and other nutrients are there.Chia seeds - excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, as well as essential nutrients