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: 24 gr
P: 36 gr
F: 4 gr
Total calories: 276
*This estimation is based on these guidelines. Depending on your own IIFYM lifestyle, your results may differ.
Today I want to share a recipe for a chocolate brownie I made by accident.
My favourite breakfast is an oven pancake made with banana, egg whites, and wholemeal flour. No jokes, I have it every day. However, I occasionally get bored with it.
Now that summer is getting closer and the mornings are getting warmer, I’ve found myself craving ice-cream for breakfast every now and then.
This recipe came to me on one of those days. I thought a banana, a pear, and a tub of ice-cream wouldn’t cut it after a pretty hard early morning lifting session.
It turned out a lot better than expected, so here it is!
Before diving into it, though, I want to say that I’m not one to buy into supposedly “healthier” versions of a “bad” food that never look, feel, or taste like the real thing.
For one, I don’t believe in good or bad foods. Moreover, these “healthier” recipes aren’t actually all that healthy.
I’m only calling this thing a “brownie” because the texture was really similar, if just a little drier. My hunch is that a riper banana would do the trick.
And I’m sharing it because it was delicious, not because you need to have it instead of actual brownies. Have both!
C: 63 gr
P: 20 gr
F: 14 gr
Total calories: 458
*This estimation is based on these guidelines and only includes the ingredients listed below. Depending on your own IIFYM lifestyle, your results may differ.
Tofu intrigues me as an alternative to animal protein.
For a long time, however, I couldn’t find a way to make it that would also intrigue my taste buds and that would notturn the tofu into a crumbly mess.
At last, the answer came to me in the shape of a noodle bowl. Because you can never go wrong with noodles.
This quick and easy recipe is perfect if, like me, you like your tofu firm and tasty.