C: 83 gr
P: 35 gr
F: 2 gr
Total calories: 520
*This estimation excludes the toppings and is based on these guidelines. Depending on your own IIFYM lifestyle, your results may differ.
When I posted this picture on one of my Instagram stories last week, I received a lot of messages from my followers, asking for the recipe. So here it is!
For the record, I call it a “pancake” because the idea is loosely based on the egg and banana pancake recipe that was super popular years ago. However, there is no frying pan involved. I’m really bad with frying pans and pancakes, so, if that’s you, too, fear not!
This is one of my tastiest and easiest recipes yet, if I may say so myself. It’s also one of the most nutritious: bursting with fibre, potassium, vitamin A, a balanced mix of complex and sugary carbs, and high-quality protein, it’s what I have as a post-workout meal literally every training day.
All you need is a working microwave and the ingredients. That is it. You’re welcome.
C: 67 gr
P: 38 gr
F: 11 gr
Total calories: 519
*This estimation is based on these guidelines. Depending on your own IIFYM lifestyle, your results may differ.
Recently I’ve had a conversation with one of my Instagram followers about quick, easy breakfast ideas. The first that comes to mind for me is overnight oats.
Fun fact: I used to make overnight oats all the time, but this was a few years ago. Then this week I bought a 500gr tub of fromage frais all for myself, so I thought, why not brush up on my overnight oats making skills?
This could be an interesting variation for those of you who are tired of soaking your oats in Greek yogurt. Moreover, fromage frais is less thick than quark or Greek yogurt, so the result is creamy, yet not too dense. Definitely appealing!
If you are lactose-intolerant, it works well with a dairy-free yogurt alternative, although you lose the “interesting variation” benefit mentioned above.