I ran out of my @eatingevolved Coconut butter cup stash so I decided to whip up some #Keto double chocolate coconut butter cups!! 😋😋😋😋😋 So easy and so delicious!
Recipe: - 1 bar of sugar free vegan chocolate (like @lilys_sweets_chocolate or a 100% chocolate bar, like @eatingevolved midnight), melted. - 3 tbs @artisanaorganics Coconut butter, melted - 1 tbs cocoa powder - 1 tbs sugar free liquid sweetener (like @lakantosweetener), optional
1. Melt the chocolate and pour half of the mixture into cupcake liners. Place in the freezer to harden.
2. In a small bowl, mix together the remaining ingredients. It should form a nice paste.
3. Remove the cups from the freezer and divide the chocolate coconut butter between the cups.
4. Pour the remaining melted chocolate over the cups and place back in the freezer to harden, about 15 minutes.
That’s it! And these are SOOOO delicious! And only 2 net carbs/.5g sugar per cup!
«Сникерс» чизкейк 👩🏼🍳 веганский, почти сыроедческий, не считая небольшого количества жареного арахиса и чайной ложки арахисовой пасты (ну какой же Сникерс без жареного арахиса?) 😊 Впервые готовила с добавлением псилиумма, получившаяся консистенция напомнила «Птичье молоко» ✨
Almost raw Vegan “Snickers” Cheesecake 🥜🍯🍰 the recipe by amazing @recoveringraw 🌟
Dinner was a super yummy spaghetti al pomodoro (only dairy free item on the list but hey it was amazing so I’m not complaining!!). Spent the day in swimming in the sea, jumping off the deck into the water & exploring Ponza. Not sure why but for some reason I’ve felt a bit down this afternoon/evening? Can’t put my finger on it but it feels like something’s off 🤷♀️ Think it’s probably just that I’m super tired and I still have anxiety about what happened with missing my exam the other day, but hey ho, it’ll all workout! ❤️🇮🇹
#LatePost Fried pickles. With buffalo sauce and avocado ranch, courtesy of @veatsdallas. I wish the breading was different, but they were flavorful and crunchy, and the avocado ranch... well let's just say I'm cooking up a recipe of my own cause it was 😍😍. Praise the plant based Gods. #PlantBasedAF
Even with the stress of these past couple months, I am proud to say I was able to eat healthy, limit alcohol, and exercise in order to lose 22lbs. I have a little more work to do but I am feeling healthy and much more confident. This is the first time in a long time that I feel comfortable posting a picture like this. #healthyeating#weightlosstransformation#confident
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COMMIT 2 FIT 2018 is here!!
Pure joy 💪🏼💜 Raw and real.
I have skin.
I have a nasty bruise on my leg.
I’m dripping sweat.
My hair is crayyyyy.
I’m still physically limited.
I still have to take breaks.
But the journey, it’s not meant to be some perfectly filtered selfie. It’s not meant to be perfectly posed photos. It’s not not meant to be easy.
It’s just worth it when you never give up.
It’s just worth it to be alive & move.
It’s just worth it to be proud of yourself.
Remember ⬇️ When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change. ✌🏼💜
Saturday morning wholesome breakfast goodness.
About a month ago I started a vegan challenge and thought I failed miserably about two weeks in but what I succeeded in was learning how to make nutritious grains and vegetables the main course allowing me to eat meat, eggs and other animal foods more conscientiously. .
Part 3 of my 10 foundational pillars of nutrition and training.
3/10. Follow a structured strength training program with measurable markers for progression.
While this may be the only "foundational pillar" strictly related to training it's definitely one of my favorite. At this point I've spent over half of my life lifting weights in a gym, however maybe only a third of that time was spent training with intention, measurable progress, and following a structured program. The rest of the time I spent program hopping, doing random CrossFit workouts, or whatever I felt like day of. If you just like getting to the gym for a bit of exercise for health & longevity reasons this is perfectly fine, however if you have actual strength, hypertrophy, or body composition goals you're only doing yourself a disservice.
Training provides a stimulus for adaptation. Once an adaption has occurred to that specific stimulus, that same stimulus will no longer provide more adaptation. Now what exactly in the hell does this mean. If you squat 3x10 at X weight (stimulus) for the first time your body will increase muscle mass and connective tissue density (adapt) to handle this. If you only continue to do the same volume and weight your body will not continue to adapt. An adaptation has already occurred to that provided stimulus. You will need to progress in either volume or weight in order for further adaptation to occur. This usually requires keeping a training log to measure your progress from week to week and help you pick weights to push your progression.
The more you continue to progress the more nuanced your training may become. There are a lot of quality programming options and methods out there to choose from and follow. If you're lost in the sea of possibilities hit me up and I can help point you in the right direction based on your goals and training history.
LOADED CHEESE FAJITA BOWL 🌶🧀🥗
1x chicken breast cooked with onions, peppers & passatta 🍅 on a bed of slimming world paprika fries 🍟 topped with 1x light cheese slice (hex a) spring onion & crucials spicy mayo (0.5) ⭐️👍🏼 #foodoptimising
PEANUT BUTTER MOUSSE
120 ml / ½ cup aquafaba
½ tsp vinegar or lemon juice
120 ml / ½ cup smooth peanut butter (I used this brand)*
45-60 ml / 3-4 tbsp maple syrup, adjust to taste
45 ml / 3 tbsp coconut cream (from a tin of full fat coconut milk)**
80 g / 2.75 oz vegan dark (70%) chocolate
100 ml / 7 tbsp (any thin plant milk)***
coarsely ground sea salt, to decorate
60 ml / ¼ cup mild coconut oil
30-45 ml / 2-3 tbsp maple syrup (adjust to taste)
20 g / scant ¼ cup raw cacao powder
45 ml / 3 tbsp almond milk (any thin plant milk)
coarsely ground sea salt, to decorate
1. Place peanut butter, maple syrup and coconut cream in a medium bowl. Whisk until you obtain a uniform mixture. If mixing doesn’t help, add a tiny splash of water and whisk more.
2 . Place aquafaba in a clean (that’s very important as any grease residue will prevent the aquafaba from foaming) metal bowl. Add vinegar (or lemon juice). Whip it until you achieve stiff peaks – you should be able to invert the bowl and the whipped aquafaba should not budge. If it does it means that it hasn’t been whipped enough.
3. Fold stiff aquafaba into the peanut mixture with a spatula until the two are mixed. The mixture will deflate a fair bit, don’t worry, that’s normal. Pour the mixture between 4 small glasses and place them in the fridge for 8 hours for the mousse to set.
4. Once the mousse has had a chance to set, place the chopped up chocolate and almond milk in a bowl over a water bath. Set the hob on the lowest setting and allow the two to melt into each other. Do not stir until most of the chocolate has melted. Take off heat and mix the two together with a wire whisk.
5. Allow the ganache to cool down before topping the peanut butter mousse.
6. Once the ganache is cool, divide it evenly between the 4 ramekins and place them into the fridge to set. Sprinkle the tops with coarse sea salt before serving.
“La creatività e l'energia positiva che impegni in ciò che fai ti torna in mille altri modi. Così accade per le offese e la negatività. Quali preferiresti che ti tornassero?” Ralph Marston. #purebodhi#moringa#motivazione
Sometimes a girl needs some chocolate in her life! These coconut flour and coconut sugar-low carb, low sugar- brownies were so decadent! My fiancé, who told me healthy dessert is a trick, liked these. He told me they tasted like a brownie you get from a fancy bakery. I got my chocolate fix without all the calories, carbs and sugar!
I give these a 10/10! Link in bio!
To all of my new followers: welcome to my journey!💜💪🏼
When I first started sharing I was so nervous! Eventually I realized that if I open up and share my experiences then I will help other women who have gone through similar things or who just want to better their lives.
I have already met so many women through coaching that have made this journey even more amazing! I can’t wait to meet thousands more. My coach saved my life, she gave me smiles and laughs and motivation before she even knew me! I want to do the same for other women🙌🏼
Enough sappiness! Here are some fun facts about me:
🌸I have 6 brothers.....yes you read that right. It was not a typo!
🌸I lived in Louisiana for 2 months with my best friend in the whole wide world
🌸I have an overweight, 20lb cat named Edward