Don’t be scared! These nine Halloween dessert recipes have all of the flavor and none of the gluten so no one’s left out of the action. Some are vegan, too!
Chocolate molten lava cake in five minutes? Miracles do happen. This healthier, protein-packed dessert recipe is also deliciously decadent—and gluten-free!
Treat yourself with these heathy, dessert-flavored snacks. Each bar has 20 grams of protein, so they’re ideal for fueling up post-workout. Win, win!
February is National Cherry Month! Celebrate with this decadent Black Forest protein shake recipe made with sweet cherries and chocolate protein powder.
These kale and sweet potato quinoa cakes crisp up nicely in the oven to please a hungry crowd in a jiffy. Dip them in Sriracha sauce for extra flavor.
Crunched for time or can’t stomach a post-workout meal? This green protein smoothie from The Body Coach Joe Wicks is your best bet to refuel and recover.
With just five grams of sugar per serving, these apple and cinnamon homemade granola bars are the perfect healthy snack for back-to-school. Whip up this granola bar recipe and win the day!
This healthier take on the traditional mango lassi packs 18 grams of protein, plus plenty of vitamins, minerals and probiotics to keep your immune system in check.
Peanut butter and chocolate protein powder collide to make this healthier fudge recipe that’s diet-friendly, too — only 85 calories per piece.
Got five minutes? Whip up these easy chocolate and coconut no-bake energy bites. Clocking in at 150 calories each, they’re way better than a candy bar.
Are your post-workout smoothies up to par? Here’s what you should be drinking after every type of exercise to replenish lost nutrients and recover.
Looking to cut carbs? This lean pork wraps recipe is a quick and easy option. With a sweet and savory filling, your taste buds won’t even miss the bread.
What’s better than ice cream on a hot day? Our vegan mint chocolate chip ice cream tastes just as good as soft serve, but it has no refined sugar and delivers 15 grams of protein per serving.
Full of fresh herbs, this low-calorie green goddess dip recipe takes just minutes to prepare and brightens up any assortment of vegetables.