Never thought quinoa had a sweet side? Let me introduce you to my seriously awesome, healthy, sweet, filling, and flavorful Maple Vanilla Breakfast Quinoa!
Even though I really love oats in every form, I wanted to try another grain for breakfast. Quinoa, and ancient grain, is very high in protein, and contains antioxidants and heart-healthy fats. This breakfast quinoa will definitely keep you full for longer, and give you plenty if energy to get through a tough workout!
I first heard about the less-than-5-minute-mason-jar-whipped-cream trick from www.thekitchn.com (love that site!). I usually make whipped cream with a cold bowl and an electric hand beater, but I once I saw thekitchn post about a new quick and easy way to make whipped cream, I had to try it.
Pour your desired amount of cream into a cold mason jar (stick in freeze 15-20 minutes before).
Before you shake it up, you can add in vanilla or cinnamon extract and powdered sugar if wanted.
There are some things that just can’t be make “healthier”, and pie crust is one of them. Pie crust needs a lot of butter and shortening to make it extra flaky and buttery, the taste we all love in a pie crust. Pie crust can be a very tricky things, especially when you’re trying to make it gluten-free. I have tried many recipes and many gluten-free all purpose flours, and many have fell short. Too dense, not buttery or flaky enough, too crumbly, etc.
BUT after trying this recipe, I will never have to search for another pie crust recipe again! This pie crust recipe is simply the BEST and quite simple to make.
Work you total body, and get your heart rate up, with this kettlebell workout. With only five moves, this workout is quick, but effective!
*You only need one kettlebell for these exercises, 10-25 lbs.
*Preform each move 10-20 times, then repeat sequence 2-3 times.
1. Single-Arm Kettlebell Swings- A great total body warm up. Start by standing with feet hip width a part. Hold kettlebell in right hand, bend knees, thrust your hips forward while you swing the kettlebell to shoulder height. Lower kettlebell back to ground and repeat 10-20x. Switch sides.