175g chopped dates
120g coconut butter
3 tblsp maple syrup
250g porridge oats
2 tblsp desiccated coconut
3 tblsp seeds
Boil fruit in water then melt coconut butter and syrup
Mix all ingredients together
Bake 25/35 mins
Allow to cool (10mins) before cutting into squares
That's a recipe that doesn't fail, any nut, nut-based milk and 1 or 2 fruits does it. If you can add soy or vegan protein is better. Just pour into a travel reusable cup and you are done!
and can be prepped days in advance to help save time. On Sunday, put together baggies of your favorite smoothie ingredients (kale, spinach, berries, pineapple, etc.) Then store them in an easy to access/see location in your fridge. Make sure your blender is prepped each night as well. Don't leave yourself an excuse to skip.
Also, try adding in some veggie based protein powder to help keep you feeling fuller longer!
Next fruit is a wonderful thing to start with could Apple, banana or anything that's convenient. Apart fruits I love taking granola with almond milk as I am not able to take dairy milk due to IBS issues. Oats makes a healthier choices and when it comes to taking a morning drink post workout I love green tender coconuts. Through out the day I sip green tea.
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