Monthly Archives: July 2011
Today is the last installment in my week of smoothie recipes, and I decided to experiment with pumpkin to provide a little variety. I love the taste of pumpkin – in paleo pies, in dessert bars, and in pancakes (try … Continue reading
I first began crossfitting about a year and a half ago, and I recently came across my old log book, which detailed my first year of workouts. Crossfit Oahu, where I worked out and Nick coached, had some great programming, … Continue reading
Thank you, Adam Fields. Could not have said it better myself.
1 banana, chopped in chunks and frozen ½ cup frozen blueberries 1 oz spinach (I used frozen chopped)* 1 egg yolk 1 cup almond milk or coconut milk** *Cannot taste it. Cannot see it. The deep blue of the berries … Continue reading
Also known as the healthy fat smoothie, this one has great potential to fill you up and energize you all morning. I paired it with two soft-boiled eggs for a perfect breakfast that kept me satisfied for hours. (No small … Continue reading
This is a simple and easy refreshing smoothie that I usually enjoy along with my 2-egg breakfast. The yogurt (especially if it is homemade) provides a probiotic boost, a decent dose of protein, and lots of healthy dairy fats (especially … Continue reading
If you have not noticed, I have been on a bit of a banana binge lately. I used them in my almond butter banana cake a long while back, but then almost forgot about them until recently. They are tasty … Continue reading