Wendy’s Frosty Taste-A-Like Protein Shake

Happy Fri-yay!!!

Here to share a fun recipe with you all.

I’m sure you have all had a Wendy’s chocolate frosty on an occasion or two (I know I have) But…we all know they aren’t the best for our health.

Wouldn’t you like to enjoy a protein and nutrition packed version that gives you a boost of energy instead of a sugar spike and unhealthy crash?

That’s what I have here for you today!

What you will need

  • Sunwarrior plant based protein powder ( I used vanilla but chocolate would be great too) SO IMPORTANT. This is the BEST protein powder I have ever tasted. It is not chalky, gritty nor does it have whey in it which hurts my tummy!
  • 1 cup of unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 cup of water (or instead of almond milk just sub 2 cups of cold water)
  • 2 tbsps of PB & Me powdered peanut butter (Low calorie, high in protein and vegan)
  • 1 tbsp of cacao powder
  • 2 small frozen bananas (ripe)
  • Ice
  • Optional add ins: pitted dates (1 or 2) cacao nibs or anything that you fancy!

Blend blend blend and enjoy!

Cozy Autumn Oats

Hello everyone!

Hope you are doing well.

I put together a pretty simple breakfast for Brent and myself yesterday and thought you would all love it too. This is dairy free and incredibly filling. It can also be made gluten free if you find those fancy pants gluten free oats 😉 The reason I like to add steel cut oats into the mix is that steel cut oats do not seem to spike my blood sugar as much as your regular quick cooking oats do. Therefore I mix the two when I can. This is the perfect start to your day, especially with the colder weather creeping back in.

Cozy Autumn Oats

Serves 2-3

Ingredients – what you will need

1 cup Quick cooking oats

1 cup Steel cut oats

2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk

2 cups water

2 Pears

1 Large apple or 2 smaller apples

1 heaping tbsp cinnamon

half heaping tbsp nut meg

pinch of cinnamon/nutmeg in the oats while cooking

pinch of pink salt

1-2 tbsp pure/high quality maple syrup

Cooking Instructions

Start by cutting up your fruit into bite sized pieces and add to a sauce pan along with the cinnamon, nutmeg and maple syrup. Cook on low/medium and allow it to simmer while stirring occassionally. The longer you cook this the more it will reduce down – so feel free to do this for as long as you like. I enjoyed it chunky on top of and throughout my oats.

Meanwhile add your oats, almond milk, pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg, water and salt to a sauce pan and stir continuously on low/medium heat until super thick and creamy

Serve your oats in two bowls, top with the warm fruit and a little more maple syrup and cinnamon on top if you wish! Yum! This actually was divided into 3 meals as Brent could not finish all of his! Yep…that’s how filling it was.

Stir, stir, stir, until super thick and creamy. Yum.

Let me know if you try it 😉