Summer 2013 #noexcuses: Clean Eating Foods List

skinnyloveinspirationxo:

TIPS
1. Start by saying goodbye to a few main evils: all white stuff (including sugar), caffeine, alcohol. This doesn’t mean you can’t detour every now and then… you decide what works for you.
2. You don’t have to go toss everything and start from scratch in one day. Switching to 100…

(Source: coffeeshopsandmessybuns)

linfociti:

Overnight oats.

BASE - You’ll need 1/2 mashed banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 50 gr. of oats, 1/2 tbsp of brown sugar, optionally you can also use vanilla extract and any other spice you like.
In a jar or bowl, mash half banana, and stir in the sugar and oats. Once everything is mixed together very well, add the milk, and stir again. Let your oats refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with anything you fancy.

MOCHA - You’ll need 1/2 mashed banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 50 gr. of oats, 1/2 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 teaspoon of instant coffee powder, vanilla extract.
In a jar or bowl, mash half banana, and stir in the sugar and oats. In a glass or a cup, mix the milk with the instant coffee powder, and add it to the oats, stirring everything well. Let your oats refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with anything you fancy. My favourite toppings for this are berries, and walnuts.

CARROT CAKE - You’ll need 1/2 banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 50 gr. of oats, 1 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 medium carrot (peeled), cinnamon, ginger, raisins.
In a food processor, process the peeled carrot, the half banana, the sugar, and the spices until you get a creamy mixture. Move it in a jar or bowl, and add oats, raisins, and milk. Let your oats refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with anything you fancy.

CHOCOLATEYou’ll need 1/2 banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 50 gr. of oats, 1 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 or more cracked squares of chocolate, 1 tsp of cocoa powder, vanilla extract.
In a jar or bowl, mash half banana, and stir in the sugar, the cocoa powder, the cracked chocolate, and oats. Once everything is mixed together very well, add the milk, and stir again. Let your oats refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with anything you fancy. Strawberries and peanut butter are just perfect on this!

APPLE PIE - You’ll need 1/2 mashed banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 50 gr. of oats, 1/2 tbsp of brown sugar, 1 apple (half for the base, the rest for topping), cinnamon, vanilla extract, raisins.
In a food processor, process the half apple, the half banana, the sugar, vanilla extract, and the spices until you get a creamy mixture. Move it in a jar or bowl, and add oats, raisins, and milk. Let your oats refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with the other half of the apple and anything else you want.

MUESLI - You’ll need 1/2 mashed banana, 100 ml of your milk of choice, 60 gr. of your favourite muesli, cinnamon. 
In a jar or bowl, mash half banana, and stir in the muesli and cinnamon. Once everything is mixed together very well, add the milk, and stir again. Let the mixture refrigerate overnight. In the morning you can either eat it as it is, or heat it up for about 1-2 minutes in the microwave, and top with anything you fancy. 

If you love nut butters, you can add 1 tbsp of your favourite one in the jar before anything else, and melt it in the microwave. Then you can follow the recipe as you normally would, but your breakfast will get much creamier and tastier! 

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ahealthyveg:

Today I had cookies for breakfast. (What?! I thought you were trying to be healthy?) Well, I am and these are! They’re “cookies” made from just bananas and oats - so simple! No sugar, no flour, no eggs… thank you to The Burlap Bag for creating these! I love having these in the kitchen because I eat them for breakfast or as a snack and I don’t feel guilty for eating five. (That’s about half a banana and a third-ish cup of oats? Maybe? You get the point.)

This morning I was racing against the clock and rushed making these so I literally only used 2 ingredients. But before I’ve added chocolate chips and have since then started a list of different cookie combos I want to make. What is/are your favorite kind(s) of cookies? I want to add some of your favorites to my list. :)

Helpful tips:
Make sure your bananas are ripe! // The first time I made these I was so anxious to try this recipe but my bananas weren’t ready so it tasted a bit off.
You may need to add more oats. // This depends on the length of your bananas so adjust accordingly if the consistency seems too wet.
Add vanilla extract. // If the taste is too plain for you, vanilla extract can help add more flavor.

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getrippedorgetlost:

Reblog if you hope that Danni wins the season 14 of The Biggest Loser! 
Let’s see how big the Team Danni is!!

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I don’t even take my pants off before ice baths #notimeforthatshit #10milerun #thats3morethaniplanned #badassstatus #iamfreezing

I don’t even take my pants off before ice baths #notimeforthatshit #10milerun #thats3morethaniplanned #badassstatus #iamfreezing

Workout 3-3-2013

One hour spinning
One hour yoga
786 calories burned