I ordered Daily Burn Fuel, but it didn't come with a scooper! I'm not sure how much a scoop is....Is it 1/2 cup? 1/4 cup?
I have been experimenting with many recipes and would love to see what you all have come up with that you've really enjoyed! My favorites are:
Would love to see your favorites! Thanks :)
Most of the cooking sprays (even organic ones) have soy lecithin in them. Some of the recipes I've used call for cooking sprays. Most of the time, I melt coconut oil to grease pans, but others call for spraying the actual food when baking. For instance, this recipe: http://www.self.com/fooddiet/...
It's ignite friendly, but not the spray....Help please :)
It used to be linked on the profile setting, but it is only letting me edit whether I am advanced, intermediate, or a beginner for working out. Has this moved with the update on the site? Thanks!
For instance, I want to be able to enter that I did another workout that was mostly strength so that Intelliburn will use that to recommend a workout for the following day? It would be great to enter workouts that we are doing outside of Daily Burn so that Intelliburn can combine the workouts it offers along with what we are doing outside of the site. Thanks!
Check these sites out: (I'm going to try the pumpkin chia pudding today!)
http://www.wholeliving.com/15... (but those I put in half the amount of nuts or they won't form into balls well)
Here are a few I like:
and here is my blog where I post the recipes I've been eating! www.ourhealthy-life.blogspot.com
Hope this helps!
Yes please! I take barre classes and it would be great to have this on here! Do all my workouts in one place :)
Thank you! Great idea! I'll definitely do that. :) Glad you like the recipe.
I am a teacher at an intense charter school, so I also cook many of my meals on the weekend! I've found that many of the slow cookers recipes that I've found use canned soup which have a TON of sodium. I agree that Chili is a great option. I love stews though (like the ones below). I generally put in a tone of veggies with a meat, and canned diced tomatoes.
Hope this helps!
Most of the cooking sprays (even organic ones) have soy lectin in them. Some of the recipes I've used call for cooking sprays. Most of the time, I melt coconut oil to grease pans, but others call for spraying the actual food when baking. For instance, this recipe: http://www.self.com/fooddiet/...
It's ignite friendly, but not the spray....
Good luck on this search! I've been semi-paleo for a little while now, but I do eat legumes (the only part I don't follow because I rinse/soak them for a while).
My favorite websites for paleo recipes (that are free and that I've tested!) are:
And I've actually started a blog combining many of the recipes I've used (although I do eat legumes, but I soak them for a while). Check it out! www.ourhealthy-life.blogspot.com.
Hope this helps! I also have some paleo cookbooks if you're willing to splurge a little :)
These sound amazing! I just tried the garlic herb one, and it was fantastic!