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September 12, 2014

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Big Cookie Shake

Treat yourself after a serious lifting day with this protein-packed dessert drink. It’s not for every day, but sometimes you deserve a treat!

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Ingredients

  • 1 Cup almond milk
  • 1 scoop whey protein powder
  • 1/4 Cup rolled oats
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • 2 Tablespoons cookie butter
  • 3 Tablespoons almond butter
  • 8 ice cubes

Directions

Blend until smooth. Enjoy!

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What's your favorite milkshake flavor? Have you ever made it a boozy shake? Share in the comments below!


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Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Ingredients

  • 2/3 cup + 1/2 cup oat flour (140g)
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1/4 cup coconut or brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup sugar or xylitol
  • 1/3 cup chocolate chips
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp oil
  • 3-5 tbsp milk of choice, as needed

Instructions

Preheat oven to 380 F. Combine all dry ingredients, and mix well. Add wet, and form into one big ball. Now make little balls from the big one. For soft cookies, refrigerate until cold. (For crispier cookies, bake right away). Bake 7 minutes, or until they’ve spread out and are still a little undercooked. Let cookies cool at least 10 minutes before trying to remove from the tray, as they’ll continue to cook while they cool. For soft cookies, store in a lidded plastic container. For crispier cookies, store in a lidded glass container.
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17 Chocolate Protein Powder Shake Recipes

1. Brownie Batter Protein Shake

Decadent and delicious, it’s hard to imagine that a healthy protein shake can taste this good.

The secret ingredient? A ripe avocado, which adds creaminess and heart-healthy fats, is masked by the rich flavors of dark cocoa powder, maple syrup, and coconut milk.

Find the recipe here: Wicked Spatula

2. Chocolate Spirulina Detox Smoothie

There’s a reason this tasty smoothie is dubbed the “detox smoothie.” It’s packed with tons of nutritious ingredients that make it an awesome guilt-free choice, post-detox or anytime.

Feed your cravings with this smoothie, which balances ingredients like almond butter and cacao powder with health-promoting spirulina powder, nut milk, and coconut water.

Find the recipe here: The Chalkboard

3. Dark Chocolate Peppermint Protein Shake

Dark chocolate and peppermint make the perfect pair in this scrumptious shake.

Optional toppings include vegan dark chocolate chips and homemade whipping cream, instantly taking this recipe from delicious to drool-worthy.

Find the recipe here: Fit Foodie Finds

4. Very Berry Chocolate Protein Smoothie

For a fruity and flavor-filled treat, look no further.

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Find the recipe here: Lexi’s Clean Kitchen

5. Chocolate Peanut Butter Apple Protein Shake

This recipe takes the classic combo of apples with peanut butter and transforms it into a protein shake.

A scoop of chocolate protein powder, an apple, almond milk, ice, and peanut powder are all you need to create this tasty treat.

Find the recipe here: Jennifer Meyering

6. High-Protein Decaf Mocha

Get your morning coffee fix in, sans the caffeine, with this yummy mocha shake.

Filled with protein plus healthy fats from coconut or MCT oil, this protein shake is a nutritious and delicious way to get your day started.

Find the recipe here: Yuri Elkaim

7. Chocolate, Banana, Peanut Butter Protein Shake

This no-frills protein shake is simple, but it’s also seriously delicious.

In fact, using mostly ingredients you probably already have in your pantry, this smoothie comes together in a flash and is sure to satisfy.

Find the recipe here: A Sweet Pea Chef

8. Mint Chocolate Chip Green Smoothie

Brimming with minty and chocolatey goodness, who knew something so healthy could taste so good?

This green smoothie packs in a serious nutritional punch spinach and avocado enhance the nutrient profile while a scoop of chocolate protein powder keeps you feeling full and satisfied.

Find the recipe here: Nutrition Stripped

9. Chocolate Raspberry Almond Butter Protein Shake

Chocolate, raspberries, and almond butter – does it get any better?

This recipe incorporates everything you need from a protein shake it’s creamy, easy to prepare, and loaded with flavor.

Find the recipe here: Drool-Worthy

10. Cherry Chocolate Chia Smoothie

You only need four simple ingredients to whip up this smoothie.

Cherries and chocolate powder provide tons of flavor while a sprinkle of chia seeds heap on the health benefits.

Find the recipe here: Wendy Polisi

11. Mint Chocolate Green Protein Smoothie

This lean and mean green smoothie will satisfy both your stomach and your tastebuds.

Ground flaxseed is used to add even more protein to this smoothie, while a splash of peppermint extract and a dash of dark chocolate chips effortlessly mask the flavor of the spinach.

Find the recipe here: Nutritionist in the Kitch

12. Pumpkin Chocolate Chai Protein Shakes

This chocolate protein shake can be enjoyed year-round, but it’s especially good for getting you into the fall spirit.

Pumpkin puree makes this recipe unique while a few cacao nibs and a chai tea packet truly bring it to the next level.

Find the recipe here: PaleOMG

13. Vegan Chocolate Protein Smoothie

This protein smoothie packs in as much tastiness as it does health benefits.

Using two frozen bananas adds the perfect amount of creaminess while a sprinkle of coconut flakes and toasted carob powder create the perfect pairing of flavors.

Find the recipe here: Beard and Bonnet

14. Pumped-up Plant Protein Power Smoothie

Bursting with superfood ingredients like chia seeds, hemp seeds, and maca powder, this recipe definitely deserves its title of “power smoothie.”

Other notable health-promoting ingredients in this power-packed smoothie include almond milk, cinnamon, and an avocado to add a touch of creaminess.

Find the recipe here: Nutrition Stripped

15. Creamy Chocolate Breakfast Shake

Rich and delicious, this breakfast shake will get you excited to wake up in the morning.

The secret to its velvety texture is the bananas, plus a dollop of salted almond butter gives even more flavor and smoothness. Yum!

Find the recipe here: Minimalist Baker

16. Coco-Berry Probiotic Protein Shake

Besides bumping up your protein intake, this protein shake boasts some impressive health benefits.

This recipe includes coconut kefir, which is full of probiotics that help promote digestion and keep your gut happy. A happy digestive system means better health overall.

Find the recipe here: Yuri Elkaim

17. Secret Ingredient Chocolate Smoothie

Sweet and chocolatey, this tastes like dessert.

And as for the secret ingredient? I won’t ruin the surprise for you, but let’s just say you’ll be getting a healthy dose of vitamin A and fiber, plus a nice vibrant orange boost of color.

Find the recipe here: Running with Spoons


LIGHT STRAWBERRY CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE

Serves: 2
Nutrition: (2.3 cup serving) 209 calories, 2 g fat, 4 g fiber, 27 g sugars, 3 g protein (calculated with unsweetened almond milk and 1 tbsp of honey to cut calories and sugars)

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Best Stuffed Shells

  • Author: Cookie and Kate
  • Prep Time: 30 minutes
  • Cook Time: 35 minutes
  • Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes
  • Yield: 8 servings 1 x
  • Category: Entree
  • Method: Baked
  • Cuisine: Italian
  • Diet: Vegetarian

This stuffed shells recipe features cheesy, saucy shells stuffed with a delicious spinach and ricotta filling. Make these stuffed shells for dinner tonight! Recipe yields about 28 shells, about 8 servings.

Ingredients

  • 1 pound (16 ounces) fresh baby spinach or baby kale, or frozen spinach or kale, or 1 ½ pounds Tuscan kale or spinach bunches, washed and stems removed
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
  • 12 ounces jumbo shells
  • 4 cloves garlic, peeled and cut into several segments
  • 15 ounces (or 1 pound) ricotta cheese or cottage cheese
  • 8 ounces (2 cups) grated part-skim mozzarella, divided
  • ½ cup (2 ounces) grated Parmesan, plus extra for garnish
  • ¼ cup (⅔-ounce) chives or green onions (mostly green parts), cut into ¼ -long pieces
  • Freshly ground pepper, to taste
  • ½ teaspoon red pepper flakes, to taste (omit if sensitive to spice)
  • ¾ teaspoon fine sea salt, to taste
  • 1 large egg, lightly beaten with a fork
  • 3 cups (24 ounces) marinara sauce, homemade* or store-bought (I used Rao’s)
  • Fresh basil for garnish, optional

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 375 with racks in the middle and upper third of the oven. Bring a large Dutch oven or stockpot of water to boil over high heat. Generously salt the water (use at least 2 teaspoons). If you’re not using frozen greens, fill a large bowl with ice water for blanching.
  2. If you’re using fresh greens, add them to the boiling water and cook just until wilted, about 20 to 40 seconds. Using tongs (leave the water in the pot), transfer the greens to the ice bath and let them cool down. Drain off the water and squeeze as much excess water from the greens as possible. Set aside. (If you’re using frozen greens, place them in a colander and run cool water over them until they’ve full defrosted. Squeeze out as much excess water as possible, and set aside.)
  3. Bring the water in the pot back to a boil. Gently add the pasta shells in handfuls so they don’t break on the way in. Cook until pliable but just shy of al dente, about 10 minutes, stirring often so they don’t stick to the pot. Drain off the water, return the noodles to the pot, and gently stir in the olive oil to prevent the noodles from sticking. Set aside.
  4. Turn on your food processor and drop the garlic through the feeding tube. Once the garlic is chopped and stuck to the sides of the bowl, stop the machine and scrape down the sides. For good measure, squeeze off any remaining water in the greens, then add them to the bowl. Process until the greens are chopped into small pieces.
  5. Add the ricotta and process until well blended. Add half of the mozzarella, reserving the rest for topping. Add all of the Parmesan and chives, about 10 twists of black pepper, the red pepper flakes and salt. Blend well. Taste, and add additional salt, pepper or red pepper flakes if desired. Finally, add the egg and process until blended. Set aside.
  6. If you have an extra-large baking dish (larger than 9吉 inches), spread 1 cup of the marinara sauce across the bottom. Otherwise, divide 1 cup marinara between a large (9吉 inches) and medium-sized baker (say, an 8-inch square). You might need to add another splash of sauce to evenly coat the bottom of the pans.
  7. Stuff each intact shell with a heaping spoonful (about 1 ½ to 2 tablespoons) of the green mixture. Place each stuffed shell in the baker in rows. (You might have a few leftover or broken shells save them for another use.) Spoon the remaining marinara sauce over the tops of the shells. Top the shells with the remaining mozzarella.
  8. Cover the baker(s) tightly with foil and bake on the middle rack for 30 minutes. Then, remove the foil and place the bakers on the upper rack. Bake for 5 to 10 more minutes, until the mozzarella is fully melted and turning just slightly golden (you can bake longer for a more golden effect, but the greens will become less vibrant).
  9. Garnish the shells with a light dusting of grated Parmesan and some small or torn fresh basil leaves. Leftover shells will keep well in the refrigerator for up to 4 days, or freeze them for several months.

Notes

Recipe adapted from two New York Times recipes: Stuffed Shells Filled With Spinach and Ricotta by Martha Rose Sherman and Stuffed Shells by Ali Slagle.

*Homemade marinara sauce note: You’ll need to double my marinara recipe to yield enough for this recipe, and then you’ll have extra. If you don’t think you’ll use it up within a few days, you can freeze it for later.

Prepare in advance: You can assemble the shells (through step 7) and store the baker in the refrigerator until ready to bake. While I haven’t tried freezing the shells, they seem like excellent candidates. Let the frozen shells defrost in the refrigerator before baking. Since they’re starting off cold, they might need a few more minutes in the oven.

Change it up: For less cheesy shells, use half as much mozzarella or omit it completely. For standard cheesy shells (no greens), double the ricotta, finely chop the chives, press or mince the garlic, and stir the mixture together by hand. You could also replace the greens with about 2 cups cooked or roasted vegetables.

Make it egg free: Simply omit the egg. The egg helps the cheese set, but I’ve heard from readers that it turns out well without it!

Make it dairy free/vegan: Double my vegan sour cream recipe, and leave it in the blender. Add the greens, garlic, chives, black pepper and red pepper flakes (hold off on the additional salt). Process until the mixture is pretty well blended, and add salt to taste. Skip the egg. Follow the sauce and baking instructions as written. If desired, garnish with a light sprinkle of vegan Parmesan.


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