Have you ever been curious how many calories a day you should be eating? Or have you ever wondered “How do I eat healthy?” About 6 weeks ago I filmed everything I ate for the day! This was before I did the Ultimate Reset, so I have changed a few things you will see in this video, but it’s pretty accurate on the calories I consume and what I eat. Depending on what my workouts are for the day and if I am trying to reach a certain goal, my diet may change…but as for an example of what I eat – this is it!!! What and when you eat is crucial – so check out my video and pass it along to anyone you know looking for advice on how to eat throughout the day!
YES!!! I found a way to make Gluten Free No Bake Shakeology Balls!!! These taste just like chocolate peanut butter balls, but WAYYY more healthy and WAYYY less calories!! Usually, I would make them with regular instant oatmeal, but I ordered a variety pack of GF oats and these are the best tasting balls around – no pun intended lol…
These ROCK!! Perfect for a little healthy dessert or a quick pre-workout snack!
1 cup Quick Oats (or 2.5 pkgs instant oatmeal. Gluten Freeda Apple Cinnamon w/ Flax is awesome)
1 cup Chocolate PB2 powder (www.Netrition.com)
1/2 cup Natural Peanut Butter
1/2 cup Unsweetened Apple Sauce
1 Scoop or package of Chocolate Shakeology (Order from your coach. Or www.TurboKrys.com)
6 packets Stevia or Truvia (or use agave or honey to sweeten) *I personally just use honey*
If too crumbly, add more apple sauce.
The following are estimates because nutrition depends on the size & the exact ingredients you use:
- 80 calories per ball
- 7-8g protein
Makes 15-20 balls
Wash hands & remove jewelry. Mix all ingredients into large bowl. Spoon out a golf-ball size amount and shape into balls or whatever shape you like. Put into freezer (best when they’ve been in freezer for about 2hrs). Ready to eat straight from the freezer (may take 1-2 minutes to thaw enough to eat).
YUMM!!! Here is Chalene Johnson’s recipe I used for my No Bake Shakeology Balls..they are amazing!!! I used everything exactly as Chalene did, but I also added a dash of cinnamon for an extra boost of flavor – they are to die for..my kids and hubby love them too!!!
(The very healthy version of a no-bake PB Chocolate cookie)
8 Tablespoons PB2 (low fat, high protein powdered peanut butter – details below)
3 Tablespoons Natural Peanut butter (w/flax seeds is the best!)
½ Cup Shakeology Protein Powder (Haven’t tried this with another brand of protein powder)
3 Tablespoons Raw Honey
½ Cup Quick Oats
Mix PB2 with water until it’s a paste like consistency. Mix all ingredients, including the PB2 mixture together in a mixing bowl. It make take some time to blend all of the ingredients together. If it’s too sticky, sprinkle in additional protein powder so that it’s a pretty dry/crumbly texture.
Next – Roll mixture into small individual balls (about a ping-pong ball size) and place on a wax sheet. Makes about 12 balls, 1 ounce each. Put in freezer until firm.
NUTRITION: (serving size 1 ball)