#FoodieFriday: Protein Fruit Smoothie

Happy Friday All!

With school starting up again, smoothies have been my best friend! Especially with my Nurtibullet. Smoothies are super easy and quick to make and great if you are running out the door like me! Check this one out if you are looking for an on-the-road breakfast/snack option!

What You Need:


1 Handful of Raw SPINACH

1 Scoop Protein (I used Ghost Milk Chocolate)

1/4 Cup Frozen Blueberries

1 Banana

4-5 Ice Cubes

What You Do:

Throw everything in your blender, add some water (about 6 ounces), and enjoy!


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What’s you favorite breakfast smoothie recipe?

Talk soon!

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#FoodieFriday: Turkey Breakfast Skillet

Happy Friday All!

I am a HUGE fan of a breakfast eatery called Snooze. One of my favorite dishes there is the Snooze Spud Deluxe. It’s basically harsh browns and eggs plus two additional add-ons you choose. Needless to say, it’s delicious! It light of this, I decided to make my own Spud Deluxe out of egg whites, left over turkey breast, and shredded potatoes! I ended up being making more of an egg scramble with potatoes because I was out of whole eggs, but it made the perfect lunch recipe! Check it out below:

What You Need:


1/2 Cup Simply Potatoes Shredded Hash Browns

1/2 Cup Liquid Egg Whites

4-5 Ounces of Baked Turkey Breast

1 tsp Extra Light Olive Oil



What You Do:

Turn on your burner to medium heat. Add in tsp of olive oil while pan heats up.


Put potatoes in skillet and season with salt and pepper. Stir and flatten out on pan. Let cook for about 5 minutes.


Add in turkey breast. Stir into potatoes. Let cook for a minute or so to ensure turkey is warm.


Pour egg whites into dish. Continue to fold eggs into potatoes until cooked.


Add some hot sauce and enjoy!

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Calories: 486 Carbs: 16 grams Fat: 9 grams Protein: 72 grams

What’s your favorite brunch food?

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#FoodieFriday: Snowball Christmas Cookies

Happy Friday All!

With four days until Christmas, I wanted to share one of my favorite Christmas cookie recipes! It’s a little messy, but the recipe is super easy to follow and pretty low maintenance.


What You Need:

8 Ounces of Walnuts (chopped)

1 tsp Vanilla Extract

1 Cup of Butter (warmed)

2 Cups of Flour

2 Tbs of Sugar

1 Cup Powdered Sugar (for coating the cookies)

What You Do:

Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Fill a shallow bowl with the powdered sugar. We will use that later!


Combine the sugar, butter, and vanilla. Mix until butter is creamed.



Chop the walnuts and add to the creamed mixture.



Mix in the flour to form a dough.



Roll a tablespoon of dough into the shape of a ball. Cook for 13-15 minutes. Basically, you just want the bottom to be brown!


Pull cookies out of oven, and let them cool for a minute. Using a metal spatula, place four or five cookies in powdered sugar. Toss the cookie until coated completely, and then place on wire rack.


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Talk soon!

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