Peanut Butter Protein Banana Waffles

*Disclosure, I was compensated and given product for my recipe and review of Mighty Nut through my affiliation with Fit Approach.  Recipe is my own and opinion. Making breakfast for the kids each morning is something I really make a point of doing.  I want to send them out the door ready for the day ahead and we have all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Trying to get creative is the hard part, but the kids love pancakes or waffles as their favorite morning meal.  I am always looking to keep the ingredients good and healthy for all the meals and at times {many times}, I “sneak” the goods into their food. I can now add some extra good to their waffles or pancakes with Mighty Nut powered peanut butter.  This is awesome, I love using powdered peanut butter in smoothies, shakes, making dips…  Read More…

Chocolate Banana Bites

So with Spring in full mode and the end of the school year approaching quickly {May 30th for us}, I have been brainstorming and searching around for some super quick, healthy and fun snacks and treat for the kids {okay, who I am I kidding, myself also}.  I happen to stumble upon this great banana treat from Pop Sugar and thought two things…..WOW, those look so pretty and how cool what a great idea.  Well we have bananas in the house ALL the time and are adding them to smoothies, packing them in the backpack for a hike, just grabbing them for a quick snack, so why not try these cute creations? I followed the recipe given in the Pop Sugar link, with a few changes and here is as follows: 5 medium ripe bananas 1 tbsp. all natural creamy peanut butter 2 oz. nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt My version Fage…  Read More…

Greek Yogurt Parfait Made Easy

You don’t have time to create an entire Parfait?  This is an super easy and quick recipe close enough to it. Plain Greek Yogurt Fresh Strawberries {any berries can do, I happen to have these here} PB2 {Powdered Peanut Butter} Chia Seeds Cinnamon Banana I only use plain Greek yogurt in the house {unless it is for the kids,they can use the extra fat and calories} I don’t want the high sugar count for myself so I check labels and plain Greek is about the lowest you can find.  This had 11 grams per 8 oz serving {I used less than that} and my PB2 has 1 gram sugar per 2 tblspoons. Seriously, this is so easy.

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