Chicken Spinach Miracle

cheap trick lyrics by | Apr 6, 2014 | Recipes

Hey following folk, I’m back with another great idea, brewed up in the midst hours of an afternoon. I tend to eat a fair amount of spinach and chicken, day in and day out, usually side by side. I realized, maybe I am eating a minute bit better than the surrounding peers in my environments, I thought to myself, I should give this salad thing a shot; being I eat chicken, and spinach practically 3 times a day it’s probably a no brainer. What I came up with is the miracle in my book. Enough Vitamins and nutrients from just adding a few ingredients together, makes 2 bland foods extremely delectable. Onto the Concoction… *As a rule of thumb usually I measure with my hand as opposed to the standard or metric system, adjust accordingly for your tastes and preferences. •Start off with a bowl, any ordinary size will suit. •A handful and a half full of Spinach, baby or regular. •2 Tablespoons worth of Greek Yogurt. (Sometimes I buy the Honey, or Vanilla for a sweet taste.) •About 4-6 oz of warmed Grilled or Baked Chicken, about the size of a fist (I would imagine fried or crispy would taste good, but that is for you to decide on your own quest). •One half of a Banana, cut into half dollar size chips. •Sparingly a just amount of nuts, 3-7 for some crunch. Almond, Walnuts, Cashews, Brazil your choice, if you decide to incorporate this regularly, switch it up and be excited for a new taste each meal. That’s about it, if you have the chicken pre-cooked, and...

Vanilla Berry Shake

official statement by | Mar 23, 2014 | Recipes

Here today I have a real tasty and healthy treat. Still working on perfection of the recipe, but solid enough to work with. Nice to have as a great addition to a small meal, by itself, or after a good workout. Check it out below.. I use a Ninja Blender, a excellent tool to work with. -Start off with 12-14oz of milk -add a cup of frozen mixed berries -1-2oz of vanilla protein powder -4-5 almonds, or a tablespoon amount of peanut butter for taste Blend to a smooth consistency, 15-30 seconds should do the trick. Stir, pour into a class, add a straw if you’d like, and most of all.. Enjoy :...