If you know anything about me, it is that my obsession with pizza is REAL. It is my ultimate favorite meal– I wish I could eat it for every meal of every day, I promise I wouldn’t get sick of it, but I cannot. I am constantly coming up with healthy variations to satiate my pizza cravings. This variation uses a top of a portabella mushroom as the base for the pizza. It is very simple to make.
- 2 Portbello Mushroom caps
- 8 slices Turkey Pepporoni
- 1/2 cup fat free mozzarella cheese
- 1/2 cup tomato sauce of choice
- Nonstick cooking spray
- Pinch of garlic powder
Fall is upon us. Yes, believe it or not, we do have fall in Florida. I miss the change in foliage, the fall colors, but we do have a noticeable change in temperature. The weather is turning cooler, the air is crisp, and my mind immediately goes to comfort food. Because, my mind immediately goes to food all the time. Unfortunately, the comfort food I know and love is not very healthy or prep-friendly. As my days are counting down and I am less than three weeks away from my second bikini competition, I need to get fancy with my low calorie options before I go crazy. I am not–and will never be– the type of person that can just eat chicken and broccoli for every single meal of every day. That will never happen. Which is why I have been having such a great success with IIFYM, or If It Fits Your Macros style of dieting. It is flexible dieting and I can eat what I what in moderation, as long as it fits into my macros (daily grams of fats, carbohydrates, and proteins–as well as calories) For more information on IIFYM, you can visit my page here
Comfort food, to me, is meat and potatoes. Hearty and full. Gravy comes to mind–and now I’m drooling. Anyway, before I force you to read a paragraph of me describing potatoes and gravy, I wanted to share with you my recipe for mashed cauliflower. Continue reading
Now a days it seems like protein bars are being created just as poorly as candy bars. High in sugars, fats, and carbs. Don’t be fooled! Just because something is labeled as a “High Protein” Bar does not make it healthy. Be mindful and read those ingredient lists and nutritional labels! Hi everyone! I wanted to inform you of a new protein bar that I have stumbled across. I feel compelled to share this company with you because I know those that are reading my blog are just as health-conscious as I am!
The company is called The Lions Choice and it has my support 100%. The Lions Choice makes a variety of protein bars, nut butters, and even pancake mix, each infused with superfoods* and probiotics! Today I will review the protein bars, saving the high-protein peanut butter and the pancake mix for later posts. 🙂 I found The Lions Choice on Instagram through social media members I follow– I was intrigued by the low calories, high protein, and low fat content of the bars. I am constantly looking for macro-friendly options now that I am beginning to prep for my second NPC bikini competition. I decided to visit the website and research for myself. Not only are the macros of these protein bars good, they are made with great ingredients!! Continue reading