Snacks are such an important way to get additional nutrition in between meals and satisfy your hunger. They’re especially important for people who need to eat small, frequent meals (which is pretty much anyone with any GI issues). As of late, these peanut butter banana bread energy bars are my favorite snacks to bring to work. I’ve even brought them hiking on my trip to Maine and they held up well.
I’m not much of a muffin person. I think they’re kinda silly… just like cake. But I was inspired to make blueberry muffins after a character on a show I was watching was eating a muffin. I could not shake the craving. So I made the muffins and they were delicious, so that sounds like a win to me!
I began by making my own granola bars because granola bars (or otherwise termed protein or energy bars) are expensive and often times like eating a candy bar. I enjoy being able to add whatever combination of ingredients together and shaping them into little bites. I generally have my go-to combinations, but the other day I was looking for something a little different and stumbled upon this recipe for a carrot energy bite.
I was craving pudding one day (after continuously writing notes on my patients who receive Ensure Pudding) and luckily for me pudding is super easy to make! I found this recipe and it’s actually looking really good to make more for tonight… ½ c sugar ⅓ c unsweetened cocoa powder ¼ c cornstarch ⅛ tspContinue reading “Easy Vegan Chocolate Pudding”
It’s not even zucchini season (last summer I had more zucchini than I knew what to do with!) but I had some zucchini that needed to be used up, plus I had 2 ripe bananas. So my google search led me to this recipe.