Mango Chunk Lime Protein Pops!

I do not have an air conditioning in my 3rd floor walk-up.  This leaves me with the task of finding new ways to stay cool in the summer months. One of my favorite ways is protein pops! The mango makes this pop super refreshing and the tartness of the lime will leave you wanting more. Not to mention, this pop is packed with protein and is nonfat!

Apple Cinnamon Protein Pancakes!

 



You’ll Need:
Directions:
  • In a bowl, mix together oats, egg whites, protein powder, cinnamon, and vanilla extract.
  • Fold in the chopped or grated apple pieces.
  • Pour half of the mixture on a pan or griddle sprayed with oil over medium heat.
  • Flip until they become golden brown on both sides.
  • Top with extra apple slices and syrup or natural nut butter
  • Enjoy!
Recipe Breakdown



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DIY Starbuck’s Berry Hibiscus Refresher

I have the itiest, bitiest obsession with all Starbuck’s products. The only thing is that for every delicious concoction I have to shell out five bucks.  My newest obsession is the Berry HIbiscus Refresher. Delightful fruity and refreshing, but I sip it down in minutes with it costing $5 for a medium and 70 calories.

My solution is a DIY version that is low on calories and cost.
DIY Starbuck’s Berry Hibiscus Refresher
5-6 cups boiling water (depending on how strong you like)
4 drops liquid Stevia (optional)
Fresh or frozen blackberries and blueberries
Steep the tea bags in the boiling water; add sweetener. Let steep for at least one hour (I let mine go overnight, but definitely not necessary). Pour tea into a pitcher, add ice and berried. Refrigerate for an hour. Serve with more berries.
If you want to add in the missing caffeine, exchange one of the berry tea bags for a green tea bag.

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