What’s better than having a fridge & freezer full of easy to grab high energy foods?!
Most of my clients struggle with finding the time to do traditional style meal planning – spending hours in the kitchen at a time and cooking up complicated recipes.
This is why I suggest my simplified version of my mini meal prep:
1 energy snack – something substantial that contains the right micro & macro nutrients to keep your energy going through a busy day
1 protein – ex. marinating some sprouted tofu or chicken that you can use for at least 2-3 meals
1 veggie – this could be a tray of roasted veggies, simple soup or salad that you can use 3-4x
The recipe below is an example from one of my programs – Spark Your Energy – a step by step blueprint to double your energy in 6 weeks or less. The recipe contains nutrients essential for energy like magnesium, iron, amino acids, and healthy fats.
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Soak walnuts, dates and pumpkin seeds for 4-6 hours. Drain and rinse. Remove date pits. (this is an optional step to make these foods more easily blendable & digestible)
Combine all ingredients, except lemon zest and coconut flakes, in the food processor and process until you have a smooth texture. It’s ok if it’s not perfectly smooth. You may have to stop the machine and scrape the sides with a spatula a couple of times.
Spread coconut and lemon zest mixture on a plate. Taking about a tablespoon of batter at a time, roll little balls between your palms. Then roll in coconut flakes.
Makes 13-14 balls, depending on the size. Keep in the fridge or freezer.