Saturday Morning Pancakes

I just got back from a run and am craving some pancakes.  A few weeks ago, one of my clients gave me this idea and I decided that today was the day to test them out. These are a great, high protein, low-calorie version of a favorite breakfast of many. They have a slightly nutty flavor, thanks to the almond milk. 



1/4 cup almond milk

1 scoop "Designs for health" pure pea protein powder

3 egg whites

1 teaspoon of flax powder



1. Mix in Nutribullet or blender

2. Make pancakes!



  • You can add whatever toppings you want—but they taste amazing plain! Honest.


Lil' Baked Eggs

I've never met an egg I didn't like; scrambled, fried, poached, frittata, omelette, hard-boiled. Here is a simple recipe for baked eggs. Store these in the fridge and heat one up for a high protein, filling snack. 

1. Pre heat oven 350°

2. Spray muffin tin with olive oil spray

3. Crack eggs directly into tin

4. Sprinkle any spices & herbs

5. Bake for 15-20 minutes

6. Eat