Follow my blog with Bloglovin Fudge, fudge, fudge…Creamy, buttery, soft, crunchy, sweet, salty and … fudgy. All together at the same time. Do I have your attention yet?! Easy chocolate fudge with protein powder recipe. No baking and comes together in 10 minutes. So easy, way easier than the Protein Truffles. Well, you will have to freeze it for 3 hours but it’s idle time, right?! You can just make more protein fudge while you are waiting for the first batch of fudge to settle in the freezer.
You will either love or hate me after this post. I have been itching to write about Linky Party for a very long time. As always, time is my biggest enemy. But here it is, tadah…:) I just want to share this valuable info with you because I feel there is a lack of information about Linky Parties. No, I’m wrong. There is actually a lot of wonderfully marketed Linky Parties (hats off, very creative) but very few bloggers understand what goes on behind-the-scenes of these blog posts…
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Follow my blog with Bloglovin You know me, I cook healthy and make my own sauces. Sometimes I use a store-bought sauce and today is the day!:) Meet WORLDFOODS Fusion of Flavours – an international producer of 51 asian sauces that are all natural, gluten free, dairy free. No artificial ingredients, preservatives, GMOs or food flavor enhancers. Suitable for vegans, vegetarians and celiacs. And guess what?! WORLDFOODS is generously giving away 2 readers of my blog a set of 8 sauces/marinades each.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Famous coconut macaroons with protein powder and chia seeds to boost the protein nutritional value. Your body will thank you for these because these healthy cookies have no sugar added, no flour, are gluten free and vegetarian. I have no idea where this idea came from, but I had this idea and I was obsessed. I had to make these cookies! A bit crunchy on the outside, absolutely moist and soft inside.
Many of you love to cook and would like to start your own food blog. In 2014, it’s quite simple. I often get asked “What’s the difference between a free blog and self-hosted?”, “What hosting do you recommend?” and “Can I place ads on my blog?” etc. I say, start self-hosted blog from the beginning, that’s what I did. You will have your own domain name (without wordpress.com at the end), can make it as pretty as you wish and be able to monetize your blog (if you…
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Hey, guys. I decided to put together “The Tools of the Trade” list I use to run iFOODreal. Why? Just in case you are wondering what it takes to create a blog like this one. It’s very simple and an initial investment is around $70. Me and Alex always do a thorough research on any product we use at iFOODreal. Therefore, the blogging resources below have been thoroughly checked and approved by a diligent web designer a.k.a programmer a.k.a my husband a.k.a Alex. I update this page regularly as…
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Follow my blog with Bloglovin Chia gel is basically chia seeds soaked in any liquid: water, juice or milk. This Coconut Chia Gel is great for making any kind of coconut flavoured desserts like cupcakes, macaroons, cookies and even cakes. I made this gel specifically for the Protein Chia Macaroons. They turned out just right: crispy outside and soft inside.
You know how plain rice can get boring, right?! This recipe is a quick alternative to add a variety to your rice side dishes menu. Especially on weeknights, when you are mostly short on time. Just good old brown rice with frozen peas and toasted pine nuts. No turning on the oven, sautéing garlic/onions or defrosting the peas. Just toasting the pine nuts, but that part is easy. I promise! This rice dish is also vegan, vegetarian and gluten free.
Turkey & bison patties baked in the oven with leek and mushroom sauce to make them even more tender, juicy and flavourful. And don’t let the name intimidate you! Bison is just a beef and leeks are just giant green onions.:)
Creamy guacamole dip made with avocados, Greek yogurt, cilantro and jalapeno peppers. I tried similar recipe at my friend’s Christi house and loved it right away. Greek yogurt adds an amazing creaminess and extra protein to this traditional Mexican dish. Who would think to add Greek yogurt to guacamole?! I never did.