If you are anything like me, sometimes you just need a quick, easy and possibly all ready to go breakfast. These two recipes are by far my favourite, go to meals when I’m rushing or being lazy in the morning. They both contain a good balance of carbs and proteins to get your day started off just right.
I travel to London every week. While I am there I have a tendency to shop at one of the local food shops called Pret A Manger. They make the most dee~lish juices which I purchase by the handfuls. Two of my most favourite of favs are the Ginger Shots and Green Juice. Since I love to try out new stuff, I thought I’d try my hand at replicating the Green Juice one day at home.
Not gonna lie….I think mine is pretty damn close and since I love to share, here is how I made it :D. Enjoy.Read More
It’s that time of year where PSLs are out in full force. I happen to love lattes and also pumpkin however the Starbucks brands are soooooo WAY over the top for this girls stomach. As much as I enjoy a sugary treat every now and then, my stomach is very fickle about which ones it will accept and these it will not. So I have been looking at different recipes this year with a lower sugar content and tried a few this weekend. The winner from LoveSweatFitness has got to be, hands down, my favorite from all the ones I tried. The flavor is good, not too much pumpkin spice and enough of a kick (I used espresso :D).
Try it out. I am sure you will enjoy it.
1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or milk of your choice, personally I prefer 2%)
2 tablespoons pumpkin puree
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 tablespoon maple syrup
1 cup brewed coffee (or 1-2 shots of espresso)
Sprinkle of cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice
Place your milk, pumpkin puree, vanilla, and maple syrup in a sauce pan and whisk until hot.
Add the mixture to your brewed coffee and sprinkle some cinnamon and pumpkin spice on top.
This recipe is good for two lattes.