These protein pancakes were created by an original VFit Squad member, Tiffany, and a wonderful way to start any day. Full of healthy fat, protein and nutrients - they will fill you up and keep you away from the morning slump.
This is a hearty and healthy bowl you can throw together for lunch or dinner. The dressing is out of this world, so be sure to make extra to use throughout your week. If you would like to make a grain free version, sub out the quinoa for cauli rice. This also tastes great with a fried egg added on top or you can sub any protein of your choice for the chicken.
This smoothie was created and perfected by one of our favorite teammates and packs just about every nutrient you need. Great as a grab n go breakfast or lunch. You can get creative with what you add in.
These salmon patties are so simple to make and will freeze well to grab on a busy night. Feel free to add fresh herbs if you have them on hand and get creative with your toppings. Great over a bed of lettuce, mashed cauli, or simply as a grab and go protein snack. You can always bake the patties a few more minutes if you do not want to pan fry them. Recipe adapted from Primal Palate.
Colors galore and an array of flavors come together in this quinoa bowl which can be served as breakfast, or as a side. Perfect dish to bring to a picnic, or serve along side some grilled meat for as sweet and savory take on dinner. You can really play around with the toppings here and customized this with whatever you have on hand in the pantry too!
You can quickly throw swordfish steaks on a grill or pan sear and hop in the oven for an easy fish dish packed with protein. What really sells us here is this quick green sauce, made with a melody of herbs and spices that make this feel fancy even though it's a quickie meal to put together. Serve with an easy side of chopped salad, baked potato, or cauli rice and you're golden! This sauce would also taste great with chicken or shrimp.
Ooooh, the yummy falafel. We love chickpeas around here, but prefer our food NOT deep fried whenever possible. Using garbanzo bean powder and sauteing in a pan instead, you get all the goodness of the flavor of these falafel cuties, but not the totally stuffed feeling you get from the fried up version.