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Rest in Peace, Robin Williams.
July 21st, 1951 - August 11th, 2014

Thank you for bringing joy into my childhood and life with your voice and acting. Thank you for your contagious jokes, your wacky impersonations, and amazing acting. Thank you for making my childhood experience better, and thank you for bringing joy to those even though you battled with your own joy. If only you could have known how much you’ve impacted people. Your life work will live on, and you will never be forgotten. I know I won’t forget you. Thank you for helping me whenever I felt sad and having a film for every mood. Gone, but never forgotten.

funeralformyfat:

 FuneralForMyFat- Getting Started Guide 
So today is the big day, you decided ENOUGH IS ENOUGH IT’S TIME TO GET ON THIS FITNESS MOVEMENT AND GET WORK DONE!
But now what? Where do you start? What exercises do what? Muscle building or cardio? What do I eat? Do I limit bread…can I even eat bread? Carbs good or bad?
No one starts the race knowing all the answers! Most of us in this fitblogger world just showed up one day with the same intentions at you, READY TO GET STUFF DONE AND GET FIT! 
Step 1: Set Goals That Are Both Long Term And Short Term:

Short Term Examples:
Losing 5-10 pounds
Running a mile in under 10 minutes
Buy a piece of clothing 1 or 2 sizes too small and being able to fit into it.
Able to do more push-ups/squats/lunges/jump ropes/ jumping jacks/ burppee’s etc in 1 minute
Long Term Examples:
Reaching your goal weight
Running a marathon
Competition in a cross fit challenge
Completing a Spartan run or Warrior Dash
Fitting in your dream size
Wearing that outfit you’ve always wanted to wear that’s been collecting dust in your closet for years!
By setting both long term and short term goals you allow yourself to enjoy the journey and not just stay focused on the far away DREAM. Little successes will help you see that your goals are achievable and you can do ANYTHING you set your mind too. 
Step 2: Understanding Your Eating Habits
Now notice I am not saying “becoming the most nutritional smart person in your life and be able to write a book about the do’s and don’ts of food.” Step 2 is about understanding YOUR eating and how that is either helping or hindering the goals you set for your self in step 1. What types of habits do you have that are preventing you from reaching your goals? Common habits that are goal stoppers:
Living on fast food
Drinking liquid calories (soda, juices, alcohol)
Addicted to the candy aisle
Fried foods all day everyday
The only fruit you eat are smothered in chocolate and stuffed in candy or the fruit flavored frostings and ice-creams.
The only vegetables you have is the occasional piece of lettuce that comes with a burger.
You food choices resemble that of teenage boy’s dream kitchen: pizza pockets, ranch, frozen burritos, French fries, pop tarts, doughnuts, cookies, frozen pizza…you get the idea!
People drink water when they are thirsty?
A salad in your book is basically: fried chicken, cheese, bacon pieces, smothered in ranch with a few pieces of green stuff for colour.
Habits like this will stop you in your tracks before you even have a chance to start! When getting started on your journey, identify your eating habits. Keep a food log for a few days and see what your food habits look like. What time of day are you reaching for sugar? When do you crave heavy cheesy pastas? How many “splurges” are you allowing yourself to have? Understanding your eating habits will help you develop some goals and replacements behaviors. 
Step 3: Cleaning Up Your Eating:
So you figured out where you’re messing up. Now I’m gonna share some tips to help you replace your current goal stoppers with goal reachers. If this sounds familiar, it’s because it should! It’s taken directly from my “Cleaning up your eating in 5 weeks” article. Why re-write something that is already working! This is the way I have found helps with reaching goals without feeling overwhelmed. 
Week 1: Add A Serving Of Fruits Or Veggies To Every Meal
BY adding fruits and veggies to every meal, you will not only fill up faster, but you will learn that veggies and fruits are yummy and not hard to eat.
The nutrients from fruits and veggies are hard to find in processed foods. Your body NEEDS/CRAVES the real stuff.
My Suggestions/tips for Week 1:
If you are making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich use fruit instead of jelly! Strawberry slices are super yummy and fresh! Or the crunch from an apple is my favorite combo with peanut butter! Bananas also work great!
Wraps are a great way to add veggies! Use your favorite salad dressing as the base of the wrap and load up with veggies! You can go raw or cooked veggies: mushrooms, green peppers, cucumbers, carrots, lettuce, spinach, celery, olives, beans, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, broccoli … NO LIMIT, get creative, find a combo you love! Also don’t be shy to add lean meat for protein.
Sub out a a bag of chips, for a cup of grapes or blueberries.
Week 2: No More Fast Food…Ever!
Fast food is damaging. it has nothing real. REGARDLESS of what they say on the T.V. its awful. Think of your favorite fitness idol…or favorite Hollywood Trainer (mine is Chris Powell from Extreme Makeover: Weight loss edition) You do NOT see anyone of those people eating fast food.
EAT FOR THE BODY YOU WANT, NOT THE BODY YOU HAVE.
 Tips For Avoiding Fast Food:
PREPARE PREPARE PREPARE! Do not set yourself up for failure by not packing a lunch! You know you will be hungry at work/school. SO PLAN FOR IT.
Week 3: Switch To Wheat/Brown Bread, Pasta, Rice:
Whole grain is healthy and also more filling for you! Its full of fiber and everything healthy that was sucked out of the white breads/pasta/rice. EAT IT!
Restaurants and cafeterias offer this now, ASK FOR IT. no excuses. 
Week 4: Base Every Snack Starting With A Fruit Or A Veggie:
This will teach you that fruits and veggies have more to offer then just side dishes, they can be eating during the day on the go! Check out these healthy snack options: 
Apples with Peanut butter
Strawberries with cool whip
Veggies and hummus
Peaches with cottage cheese
Yogurt with fruit
Melon balls
Frozen grapes or blueberries
Fresh fruit smoothies
Bananas with peanut butter
Celery sticks with Seasoning salt on them
Celery and Peanut butter
Cucumbers and hummus or pesto
 Week 5: NO MORE REGULAR SODA 
Soda is just AWEFUL and you know it. so stop lying to yourself. I am not asking you to cut everything about soda, just regular soda.

Step 4: Find YOUR fitness:
Not everyone was made to be runners. The thought of runner make me want to never leave my house. But I LOVE Zumba, bootcamp, crossfit, total body conditioning classes. I like being around people and sweating so much I slip in my puddles of sweat. But I cant run to save my life…it’s too boring for me. And that is OKAY! There are tons of fitness options out there! Set yourself up for success by picking an activity you will LEARN to love (it takes time but it will happen) and also pick a time that will work for you. I cant do 5 am…ever. I would fail at reaching my goals if that was the only time I dedicated to my fitness. So pick a time that will work for you and pick a fitness that will work for you! Create the healthy fit life you enjoy. Not a life full of restrictions and constant body bashing. 
Fitness Ideas:
Curves gym for women
Personal trainer
Group training (semi-private personal training)
Find a gym with options you would utilize
Group fitness classes
Cross fit gyms
Build up your running using an app like NIKE+ or couch to 5K programs
Zombie run app
In home programs: Insanity, Asylum, P90X, Tapout XT, Turbo Fire, Beast, Body Pump (my beachbody information will be at the bottom)
Zumba studios
R.I.P.P.E.D classes
Stationary cycling
Join a cycling group
Step 5: Create your Goal Board:
All the hard work you put into creating the perfect plan for goal reaching deserves to be hung up! So create a board with your goals in display, print off your 5 week clean eating and create a calendar to keep you organized. Hang up motivational quotes, transformation pictures. Anything that will help you remain dedicated. Motivation will come and go , dedication is what will get you results. Create your Goal Board and you will be on your way to creating the fit-and-healthy YOU. 
Check Out All Of  My  Social Media Outlets:
Beachbody: beachbodycoach.com/shareehansenIG: @funeral4myfatFacebook: facebook.com/funeral4myfat

funeralformyfat:

 FuneralForMyFat- Getting Started Guide 

So today is the big day, you decided ENOUGH IS ENOUGH IT’S TIME TO GET ON THIS FITNESS MOVEMENT AND GET WORK DONE!

But now what? Where do you start? What exercises do what? Muscle building or cardio? What do I eat? Do I limit bread…can I even eat bread? Carbs good or bad?

No one starts the race knowing all the answers! Most of us in this fitblogger world just showed up one day with the same intentions at you, READY TO GET STUFF DONE AND GET FIT!
 

Step 1: Set Goals That Are Both Long Term And Short Term:

Short Term Examples:

  • Losing 5-10 pounds
  • Running a mile in under 10 minutes
  • Buy a piece of clothing 1 or 2 sizes too small and being able to fit into it.
  • Able to do more push-ups/squats/lunges/jump ropes/ jumping jacks/ burppee’s etc in 1 minute

Long Term Examples:

  • Reaching your goal weight
  • Running a marathon
  • Competition in a cross fit challenge
  • Completing a Spartan run or Warrior Dash
  • Fitting in your dream size
  • Wearing that outfit you’ve always wanted to wear that’s been collecting dust in your closet for years!

By setting both long term and short term goals you allow yourself to enjoy the journey and not just stay focused on the far away DREAM. Little successes will help you see that your goals are achievable and you can do ANYTHING you set your mind too.
 

Step 2: Understanding Your Eating Habits

Now notice I am not saying “becoming the most nutritional smart person in your life and be able to write a book about the do’s and don’ts of food.” Step 2 is about understanding YOUR eating and how that is either helping or hindering the goals you set for your self in step 1. What types of habits do you have that are preventing you from reaching your goals? Common habits that are goal stoppers:

  • Living on fast food
  • Drinking liquid calories (soda, juices, alcohol)
  • Addicted to the candy aisle
  • Fried foods all day everyday
  • The only fruit you eat are smothered in chocolate and stuffed in candy or the fruit flavored frostings and ice-creams.
  • The only vegetables you have is the occasional piece of lettuce that comes with a burger.
  • You food choices resemble that of teenage boy’s dream kitchen: pizza pockets, ranch, frozen burritos, French fries, pop tarts, doughnuts, cookies, frozen pizza…you get the idea!
  • People drink water when they are thirsty?
  • A salad in your book is basically: fried chicken, cheese, bacon pieces, smothered in ranch with a few pieces of green stuff for colour.

Habits like this will stop you in your tracks before you even have a chance to start! When getting started on your journey, identify your eating habits. Keep a food log for a few days and see what your food habits look like. What time of day are you reaching for sugar? When do you crave heavy cheesy pastas? How many “splurges” are you allowing yourself to have? Understanding your eating habits will help you develop some goals and replacements behaviors.
 

Step 3: Cleaning Up Your Eating:

So you figured out where you’re messing up. Now I’m gonna share some tips to help you replace your current goal stoppers with goal reachers. If this sounds familiar, it’s because it should! It’s taken directly from my “Cleaning up your eating in 5 weeks” article. Why re-write something that is already working! This is the way I have found helps with reaching goals without feeling overwhelmed.
 

Week 1: Add A Serving Of Fruits Or Veggies To Every Meal

  • BY adding fruits and veggies to every meal, you will not only fill up faster, but you will learn that veggies and fruits are yummy and not hard to eat.
  • The nutrients from fruits and veggies are hard to find in processed foods. Your body NEEDS/CRAVES the real stuff.

My Suggestions/tips for Week 1:

  • If you are making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich use fruit instead of jelly! Strawberry slices are super yummy and fresh! Or the crunch from an apple is my favorite combo with peanut butter! Bananas also work great!
  • Wraps are a great way to add veggies! Use your favorite salad dressing as the base of the wrap and load up with veggies! You can go raw or cooked veggies: mushrooms, green peppers, cucumbers, carrots, lettuce, spinach, celery, olives, beans, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, broccoli … NO LIMIT, get creative, find a combo you love! Also don’t be shy to add lean meat for protein.
  • Sub out a a bag of chips, for a cup of grapes or blueberries.

Week 2: No More Fast Food…Ever!

  • Fast food is damaging. it has nothing real. REGARDLESS of what they say on the T.V. its awful. Think of your favorite fitness idol…or favorite Hollywood Trainer (mine is Chris Powell from Extreme Makeover: Weight loss edition) You do NOT see anyone of those people eating fast food.
  • EAT FOR THE BODY YOU WANT, NOT THE BODY YOU HAVE.

 
Tips For Avoiding Fast Food:

  • PREPARE PREPARE PREPARE! Do not set yourself up for failure by not packing a lunch! You know you will be hungry at work/school. SO PLAN FOR IT.

Week 3: Switch To Wheat/Brown Bread, Pasta, Rice:

  • Whole grain is healthy and also more filling for you! Its full of fiber and everything healthy that was sucked out of the white breads/pasta/rice. EAT IT!

Restaurants and cafeterias offer this now, ASK FOR IT. no excuses.
 

Week 4: Base Every Snack Starting With A Fruit Or A Veggie:

This will teach you that fruits and veggies have more to offer then just side dishes, they can be eating during the day on the go! Check out these healthy snack options:
 

  • Apples with Peanut butter
  • Strawberries with cool whip
  • Veggies and hummus
  • Peaches with cottage cheese
  • Yogurt with fruit
  • Melon balls
  • Frozen grapes or blueberries
  • Fresh fruit smoothies
  • Bananas with peanut butter
  • Celery sticks with Seasoning salt on them
  • Celery and Peanut butter
  • Cucumbers and hummus or pesto

 
Week 5: NO MORE REGULAR SODA 


Soda is just AWEFUL and you know it. so stop lying to yourself. I am not asking you to cut everything about soda, just regular soda.

Step 4: Find YOUR fitness:

Not everyone was made to be runners. The thought of runner make me want to never leave my house. But I LOVE Zumba, bootcamp, crossfit, total body conditioning classes. I like being around people and sweating so much I slip in my puddles of sweat. But I cant run to save my life…it’s too boring for me. And that is OKAY! There are tons of fitness options out there! Set yourself up for success by picking an activity you will LEARN to love (it takes time but it will happen) and also pick a time that will work for you. I cant do 5 am…ever. I would fail at reaching my goals if that was the only time I dedicated to my fitness. So pick a time that will work for you and pick a fitness that will work for you! Create the healthy fit life you enjoy. Not a life full of restrictions and constant body bashing.
 

Fitness Ideas:

  • Curves gym for women
  • Personal trainer
  • Group training (semi-private personal training)
  • Find a gym with options you would utilize
  • Group fitness classes
  • Cross fit gyms
  • Build up your running using an app like NIKE+ or couch to 5K programs
  • Zombie run app
  • In home programs: Insanity, Asylum, P90X, Tapout XT, Turbo Fire, Beast, Body Pump (my beachbody information will be at the bottom)
  • Zumba studios
  • R.I.P.P.E.D classes
  • Stationary cycling
  • Join a cycling group

Step 5: Create your Goal Board:

All the hard work you put into creating the perfect plan for goal reaching deserves to be hung up! So create a board with your goals in display, print off your 5 week clean eating and create a calendar to keep you organized. Hang up motivational quotes, transformation pictures. Anything that will help you remain dedicated. Motivation will come and go , dedication is what will get you results. Create your Goal Board and you will be on your way to creating the fit-and-healthy YOU.
 

Check Out All Of  My  Social Media Outlets:


Beachbodybeachbodycoach.com/shareehansen
IG: @funeral4myfat
Facebookfacebook.com/funeral4myfat

Made a huge plate of water sautéed fajita veggies! Onion, red, yellow, and orange bell pepper, mushrooms, and topped it all off with fresh salsa verde. So yummy.

Delicious! Roma tomato, and avocado on a bagel. I’m down 1.2lbs today so that’s a start! I’m loving this new lifestyle change and I’m going to try a new store I just found near me The Fresh Market and see what other yummy vegan approves foods I can find.

Delicious! Roma tomato, and avocado on a bagel. I’m down 1.2lbs today so that’s a start! I’m loving this new lifestyle change and I’m going to try a new store I just found near me The Fresh Market and see what other yummy vegan approves foods I can find.

garden-of-vegan:

I just answered an ask about my vegan grocery essentials, so I thought I might as well post it here too!
Here are my resources for building your own healthy vegan grocery list:
Building a Healthy Vegan Grocery List
Vegan Lifestyle on a Budget
You can also check out my grocery posts, you might find them helpful too. Here’s the links to the 2 most recent ones:
Groceries 04/23/14 – Includes prices + My flexible menu for the week + Shopping FAQ
Groceries {Week 2} With Prices + What I Ate Last Week + Featured Products
Below are my essentials for eating healthy, these are the types of foods I like to have on hand at the start of each week. *Starred ingredients indicate items that I stock up on (usually from Costco) or items that last a long time, not things I buy on a week-to-week basis.
This is the list of foods I’d buy if I had to suddenly restock my kitchen from scratch. I’d choose these ingredients because I find them really easy to use, versatile, and really good for mixing and matching to create tons of different dishes.
Fruit
apples
bananas
oranges
whatever else is on sale and looks good (lately it’s things like berries, melons, pineapple, kiwis, etc.)
frozen mixed berries and frozen mango*
orange juice*
Vegetables
spinach (essential for salads)
cucumber
carrots
zucchini
broccoli
kale
mushrooms
grape tomatoes
avocados
garlic*
canned tomatoes or pasta sauce* (look for one made with wholesome ingredients)
Grains/Carbs
sprouted grain bread*
brown rice and/or quinoa*
whole wheat pasta*
granola*
oats*
Beans/Legumes
canned low sodium chickpeas*
extra-firm tofu
hummus*
Nuts/Seeds/Other
almonds*
pumpkin seeds*
peanut butter and/or almond butter*
soft pitted dates*
Vegan Non-Dairy
non-dairy yogurt (or dessert tofu)
soy or almond milk (unsweetened)
Other
sriracha*
nutritional yeast*
light soy sauce*
coconut oil/olive oil*
mustard*
Non-Essentials
Daiya Cheddar-style shreds
Earth Balance Buttery Spread
Vegenaise vegan mayo
Superfoods: chia seeds, hemp hearts, cacao nibs, etc.*
With this list you can make:
salads 
yogurt and berry granola parfaits
smoothies
sandwiches
vegan lunch bowls
stir-fries
pasta
veggies & hummus
fruit with peanut butter
date balls
toast with pb & banana
toast with mashed avocado
fruit salad
oatmeal with berries/nuts/nut butters
tofu and vegetable broth soups
Here are some of my favourite recipes using those ingredients:
Baked Sriracha and Soy Sauce Tofu (in salads, wraps, sandwiches, and vegan lunch bowls - I use it all the time)
Tofu Noodle Soup [version 1] [version 2]
Classic Green Smoothie
Broiled Apple & Almond Butter Sandwich (you can also do PB & banana)
Mixed Berry, Granola, and Yogurt Parfait
Date Balls
You can also browse Garden of Vegan tags for: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Snacks, Smoothies, and Food on the Go. Most meals are made mostly with the ingredients above or would be really easy to substitute.

garden-of-vegan:

I just answered an ask about my vegan grocery essentials, so I thought I might as well post it here too!

Here are my resources for building your own healthy vegan grocery list:

You can also check out my grocery posts, you might find them helpful too. Here’s the links to the 2 most recent ones:

Below are my essentials for eating healthy, these are the types of foods I like to have on hand at the start of each week. *Starred ingredients indicate items that I stock up on (usually from Costco) or items that last a long time, not things I buy on a week-to-week basis.

This is the list of foods I’d buy if I had to suddenly restock my kitchen from scratch. I’d choose these ingredients because I find them really easy to use, versatile, and really good for mixing and matching to create tons of different dishes.

Fruit

  • apples
  • bananas
  • oranges
  • whatever else is on sale and looks good (lately it’s things like berries, melons, pineapple, kiwis, etc.)
  • frozen mixed berries and frozen mango*
  • orange juice*

Vegetables

  • spinach (essential for salads)
  • cucumber
  • carrots
  • zucchini
  • broccoli
  • kale
  • mushrooms
  • grape tomatoes
  • avocados
  • garlic*
  • canned tomatoes or pasta sauce* (look for one made with wholesome ingredients)

Grains/Carbs

  • sprouted grain bread*
  • brown rice and/or quinoa*
  • whole wheat pasta*
  • granola*
  • oats*

Beans/Legumes

  • canned low sodium chickpeas*
  • extra-firm tofu
  • hummus*

Nuts/Seeds/Other

  • almonds*
  • pumpkin seeds*
  • peanut butter and/or almond butter*
  • soft pitted dates*

Vegan Non-Dairy

  • non-dairy yogurt (or dessert tofu)
  • soy or almond milk (unsweetened)

Other

  • sriracha*
  • nutritional yeast*
  • light soy sauce*
  • coconut oil/olive oil*
  • mustard*

Non-Essentials

  • Daiya Cheddar-style shreds
  • Earth Balance Buttery Spread
  • Vegenaise vegan mayo
  • Superfoods: chia seeds, hemp hearts, cacao nibs, etc.*

With this list you can make:

Here are some of my favourite recipes using those ingredients:

Baked Sriracha and Soy Sauce Tofu (in salads, wraps, sandwiches, and vegan lunch bowls - I use it all the time)

Tofu Noodle Soup [version 1] [version 2]

Classic Green Smoothie

Broiled Apple & Almond Butter Sandwich (you can also do PB & banana)

Mixed Berry, Granola, and Yogurt Parfait

Date Balls

You can also browse Garden of Vegan tags for: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Snacks, Smoothies, and Food on the Go. Most meals are made mostly with the ingredients above or would be really easy to substitute.

veganinspo:

I made freezer burritos and they’re sooo good. 

I adapted this recipe

Rice with diced tomatoes, garlic, onion & chilli powder, refried beans, kidney beans, jalapenos, black bean chipotle salsa and tofutti sour cream.

The smoky chipotle salsa is amazing, you have to make this.  

To eat: wrap with damp paper towel and microwave for 3 minutes. 

piecesinprogress:

MAIN DISHES
Bean Salad with Basil Lime Vinaigrette: 268 calories, 8g fat, 33 carbs , 11g protein
Loaded Mexican Rice: 280 calories, 2g fat, 56 carbs, 11g protein
Roasted Chickpea & Curried Cauliflower Quinoa Lentil Jar: 273 calories, 6g fat, 44 carbs, 14g protein
Roasted Veggie Quinoa Jar: 275 calories, 6g fat, 46 carbs, 11g protein
Veggie Fried Rice: 305 calories, 5g fat, 54 carbs, 8g protein
SOUPS & SALADS
4 Bean Texas Style Chili: 155 calories, 2g fat, 30 carbs, 7g protein
Chunky Tomato Soup: 85 calories, 3g fat , 15 carbs, 2g protein
Extra Chunky Quinoa Minestrone: 156 calories, 2g fat, 26 carbs, 7g protein
Quinoa Tabbouleh: 83 calories, 2g fat, 11 carbs, 2g protein
Spiced Chickpea & Tomato Soup: 104 calories, 1g fat, 20 carbs, 4g protein
SIDES & SNACKS
Almond Joy Granola: 137 calories, 5g fat, 19 carbs, 3g protein
Classic Fruit & Nut Granola: 140 calories, 5g fat, 22 carbs, 4g protein
Creamy Mashed Cauliflower: 50 calories, 3g fat, 6 carbs, 3g protein
Curry Roasted Chickpeas & Cauliflower: 120 calories, 3g fat, 18 carbs, 6g protein
Fresh Veggie Sautee: 135 calories, 7g fat, 17 carbs, 4g protein
Grilled Fresh Pineapple
Lemon Garlic Green Beans: 66 calories, 2g fat, 9 carbs , 2g protein
Oven Roasted Asparagus
Roasted Italian Veggies: 115 calories, 2g fat, 18 carbs, 4g protein
Sauteed Brussels Sprouts: 65 calories, 4g fat, 9 carbs, 4g protein
SMOOTHIES
Bunny’s Lemonade Green Smoothie: 207 calories, 2g fat,  40  carbs, 7g protein
Double Strawberry Green Smoothie: 199 calories, 0g fat,  48  carbs, 5g protein
Orange Dreamsicle Green Smoothie: 220 calories, 2g fat,  50  carbs, 6g protein
Strawberry  Sunshine Green Smoothie: 225 calories, 2g fat,  50  carbs, 6g protein
DESSERT
Brown Sugar Cinnamon Banana Ice Cream: 75 calories, 0g fat, 18 carbs, 1g protein
Chunky Monkey Banana Ice Cream: 120 calories, 3g fat, 16 carbs, 4g protein
Nutella Hot Chocolate: 113 calories, 5g fat,  12 carbs, 7g protein
Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars: 92 calories, 2g fat,  19 carbs, 2g protein (**use gluten free oats)
Peanut Butter Dark Chocolate Truffles: 34 calories, 1g fat, 7 carbs, 1g protein
Vanilla Almond Protein Truffles: 55 calories, 1g fat, 10 carbs, 3g protein

piecesinprogress:

MAIN DISHES

SOUPS & SALADS

SIDES & SNACKS

SMOOTHIES

DESSERT

Eat to Live 6 weeks started off with a great breakfast

Eat to Live 6 weeks started off with a great breakfast