Inside today’s video you’ll discover a perfect five minute post workout recipe and Food Network style fat-loss video that’s LOADED with a half dozen rapid fat-loss food tips.
My wife Karen and I filmed this while she was whipping up this delicious post workout meal that tastes like dessert.
You’ll also hear me reveal all kinds of cool stuff like…
– Why this recipe is the perfect post workout protein blend for faster recovery and fat burning
– The best type and brand of oatmeal to use so you can avoid inflammation, wheat sensitivities, and food allergies
– The ideal substitution to use if you DON’T like cottage cheese (and THE best cottage cheese to use if you DO)
– “How” to use friendly fats WITH your starches to prevent excess fat-storage
– The quick down and dirty facts about sucralose (Splenda®) and why it might NOT be as bad as you think it is (but proceed with caution)
PROTEIN POWER PANCAKES
Type: Protein and Starch
*Can also be a Protein, Starch, and Fruit if you decide to add some fruit, which would be a great choice for post workout on higher carb and/or baseline days.
1. 1 cup gluten free Oats, uncooked (not instant)
2. 6 egg whites
3. 1 cup fat free cottage cheese or 1 and a half scoops of Hormone-Free High Quality Protein Powder
(Note: We recommend “Low Carb” protein powder from BioTrust. You can check it out here: http://gl12.net/biotrustlowcarb2)
4. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
5. 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
6. 2 packets Stevia sugar substitute
7. Sugar free syrup or jelly (optional)
8. Small amount of fruit for topping (optional)
– Place all ingredients in blender and mix thoroughly.
– Pour three 3 inch pancakes in pan, with a half to one tablespoon of olive oil.
– Cook over medium heat.
– Serve with a small amount of your favorite organic berries, sugar free syrup or jelly on top and enjoy!
Note: You can also top with a small amount of your favorite raw and/or organic nut butter if you’re on a maintenance plan or it’s a cheat day.
This, of course, will add more friendly fats so use this combination in limited amounts. If your goal is fat loss, it’s always a good idea to avoid excess carbs (insulin) and fat (fatty acids) together because it can create a fat storing environment.
Video Rating: 4 / 5