As much as I love Nutrimeal shakes, sometimes I want to, you know, chew something. I wanted to make something that would be quick and easy, and that I could take along with me as I’m out and about. I bring you: Chocolate Peanut Butter Bars.
–3 Tbl peanut butter (I like Trader Joe’s creamy natural unsalted, but any type will work)
–2 Tbl honey
–1/2 cup water
Preheat oven to 350. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl, until everything sticks together (note: you may need to add a little more water if it’s looking too dry). Press mixture in an 8×8 greased baking pan. Bake for 12-15 minutes.
Makes 12 bars.
These are so good, I think I’ve eaten 4 since I made them last night (actually eating one now as I write this). Unlike so many granola bars out there, these have all natural ingredients without additives and preservatives. When you love your body and give it good food, it will in turn love you back 🙂
If you are interested in purchasing Nutrimeal, or have questions on any of the other products USANA has to offer, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below!
With Girl Scout Cookie season in full swing, it’s hard to see those sweet little girls in their adorable little vests standing outside your local grocery store and not want to buy the whole lot. I mean just look at this precious girl selling cookies to THE most amazing Blackhawks player:
Um, what was I writing about? Right, Girl Scout cookies. While the serving size for most of the cookies are two each, rarely have I met anyone who can *actually* stick to the serving size.
So, I wondered, how could I enjoy the minty goodness that is the crack known as Thin Mints while still maintaining some resemblance of a healthy diet? After tinkering around my kitchen, I came up with a shake that is packed with vitamins and nutrients your body needs while still giving you the sweet treat reminiscent of those Girl Scout goodies. I bring you: The Thin Mint Nutrimeal Shake.
Nutrimeal might be my favorite product USANA offers. It is a nutritional shake, but unlike other shakes out there that are nothing but sugar, these shakes are complete meals, full of vitamins and protein. Each shake has 15 grams of protein, and are high in soluable and insoluable fiber, along with the right balance of carbs and good fats, making them the perfect meal replacement. I personally make one for breakfast at least three times a week. Because of the high protein and low sugar content, they are also a great post-workout snack.
Here’s how Nutrimeal stacks up against other classic breakfast foods:
Nutrimeal comes in five flavors: Dutch Chocolate (my favorite), Wild Strawberry, French Vanilla, Chocolate Whey, and Nutrimeal Free, which is dairy and soy free. All shakes are gluten free.
If you’re anything like me, you wait until the last possible second in the morning to start getting ready (mornings are hard, guys). The problem with that though is that I usually have no time to make breakfast because I’ve run out of time. What’s great about Nutrimeal is that all I have to do is mix the powder with either water or milk (I prefer almond milk, but dairy milk works too), and shake in my handy USANA Blender Bottle (which side note: the process of shaking is a great stress reliever– channel that anger! Get out your frustrations!)
The shakes are great by themselves, or you can use them as a base in your smoothies or milkshakes. I will be posting some of my favorite recipes soon.
If you’re interested in trying Nutrimeal or other USANA products, email me at email@example.com or comment below.
***If you purchase a one month supply of Nutrimeal, I will also include a Nutrimeal recipe book!***