Well if you all loved the snickers bar slice then this will quickly become your newest favourite guilt free clean eating treat. I love cookie dough and do have a bit of a sweet tooth (but prefer to get my sweetness from natural ingredients not the yukky refined sugars). I love the clean eating chocolate recipe thats on my blog so thought I could adapt that somehow. I have seen cookie dough balls before and thought I’d adapt this idea and mingle the two together and voila the most rich and decadent slice to match the yumminess of the snickers bar slice. This slice has 3 layers of absolutely awesomeness!!! I will refer to 2 options, one with protein powder and another without. Enjoy!!
Triple layer Cookie Dough Slice
Chocolate Layers (this will form top and bottom)
1/3 cup almond butter
1/4 cup coconut oil (not melted!!)
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1-2 Tbsp rice malt syrup, honey, maple syrup or preferred sweetener to taste
3 Tbsp pure cocoa powder
Mix all ingredients in a bowl making sure the coconut oil is all squished and not lumpy, you can blend it all in a food processor if you wanted to do it quicker.
In an 8×8 inch or equivalent rectangle size if you dont have square, line with glad wrap so it wont stick. And press about half of the chocolate mixture in the bottom, wet your fingers so it wont stick to your fingers. Save the remaining mixture for the top
Cookie Dough Layer
3/4 cup almond meal or flour (if not using protein powder then use a full cup)
1 scoop of cookies and cream whey protein powder or vanilla protein powder (omit and add extra almond meal as mentioned just above)
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1-2 Tbsp plain greek yoghurt (I use Chobani 0% fat free, plain) this helps to make it more soft and dough like
optional is roughly chopped dark chocolate.
Combine all the above ingredients. Press over the first layer of chocolate. Then carefully press the remaining chocolate mixture. Place in freezer for about an hour and cut into 16 pieces. Or could do 12 larger ones.
Now to try to stop at just one!!! Its not easy!! Store in the fridge or freezer, if placing ontop of one another place grease proof paper between them. I am hiding mine in the back of the freezer from myself. These could be dangerous….lucky its all clean and healthy fats!!!
Was wanting something different to do for dinner using my turkey breast I had. So thought maybe some kinda wrap using similar recipes to protein pancakes. Turmeric has many health benefits and I love to use it, and goes great with eggs!!
Turmeric is effective in treating cancer since it increases liver function. The liver helps to eliminate toxic substances from your body. Given its antibacterial properties, turmeric is beneficial in treating many types of cancer, most noticeably: Breast Cancer • Colon Cancer • Lung Cancer • Leukemia Turmeric hampers the growth of cancerous cells. This is just one of the many turmeric health benefits.
The liver helps by detoxifying your blood through the production of enzymes. These enzymes break down and eliminate the toxins found your body By using turmeric in recipes it increases the production of these vital enzymes, thus increasing liver function. As an anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory agent, turmeric works to heal wounds, cuts and other skin injuries. Its also healps arthritis, Alzheimers, Cardiovascular Disease and even Diabetes: Turmeric, along with many other spices, helps to moderate your insulin levels. If you consume a heavy sugary or white bread snack or meal, including turmeric will reduce how extreme your insulin response will be. Turmeric will by no means totally eliminate the sudden sugar intake shock on your body. Limiting sugar consumption and eating whole grains is the best approach to maintaining balanced levels. http://turmerichealthbenefits.org/
So here’s a great way to get some Turmeric into your meals….(these are approx measurements, I have a habbit of chucking things together and not measuring lol)
Turmeric Eggwhite Wraps
1 Tbsp rolled oats
1 Tbsp almond meal
1/4 tsp turmeric
approx 2 tsp approx almond milk (if your mix is looking runny enough you may not need it)
Blend in a food processor and pour into a frypan coated in olive oil spray, organic butter or coconut oil. Spread it out if needed to make a thin but not too thin crepe. As you dont want it to tear. Cook both sides, carefully flipping over.
Add any ingredients you want, I added shredded turkey breast a little grated low fat cheese and cucumber. Filling ideas are endless. Secure with a tooth pick if needed. Adding a 3rd eggwhite might help too to make a bigger crepe to wrap your filling.