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Category: Extra Energy

Keep Your SKIN & HAIR Healthy with Annie’s Awesome Delicious BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE Recipe (Video)

Annie explains that watching what you eat is more effective than all kinds of skin care and hair care products. She shows how to make a nutritious smoothie with the raw ingredients needed to promote healthy skin and healthy hair. And it tastes good, too. … Continue readingKeep Your SKIN & HAIR Healthy with Annie’s Awesome Delicious BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE Recipe (Video)

Here’s a REAL NUTTY ENERGY BAR Recipe!

Each of these homemade energy bar snacks contain 208 calories with yummy ingredients such as natural peanut butter, dates, dried cranberries and almonds. You’ll only need 10 minutes to make a batch at home in your kitchen, store in the freezer for a half-hour, then they’re ready to eat for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Perfect to munch for pre-workout energy. … Continue readingHere’s a REAL NUTTY ENERGY BAR Recipe!

An Easy “No-Bake” BLUEBERRY BREAKFAST BAR Recipe

If you are looking for an easy no-baking, naturally sweetened, gluten-free and vegan energy bar to make for breakfast or snacks, we’ve found it! This recipe calls for healthy dried fruits and nuts, along with almond butter, maple syrup and applesauce. This recipe makes 16 bars. Each serving contains 8 grams of protein and 4 grams of healthy fiber. … Continue readingAn Easy “No-Bake” BLUEBERRY BREAKFAST BAR Recipe

Homemade Apricot Cashew ENERGY BARS with a Special Sweetener

Try these scrumptious and healthy homemade energy bars made with apricots, cashews, unsweetened coconut, rolled oats and hemp seeds. The sweetener in this recipe is agave syrup, but you could always use honey as a substitute.
You’ll find that this is a perfect snack to include in a packed lunch … much healthier than the store-bought granola bars and snack bars that are stuffed with artificial flavors, colors, added sugars. … Continue readingHomemade Apricot Cashew ENERGY BARS with a Special Sweetener

Enjoy Meg’s Nutritious & Easy-to-Make “RISE & SHINE” ENERGY BARS

These gluten-free crunch bars are made with puffed brown rice cereal to provide a lower calorie base than most store-bought bars. Then flax seeds, pine nuts, pecans and dried cranberries add healthy fats and antioxidants. You might want to replace the brown sugar with honey to add more flavor.
These are delicious snack bars that you can eat on the go … something healthy to grab when there’s no time for a normal breakfast in the morning. … Continue readingEnjoy Meg’s Nutritious & Easy-to-Make “RISE & SHINE” ENERGY BARS

Make & Freeze These Overnight: Delicious Pomegranate Quinoa ENERGY BARS!

This recipe relies on the complete protein in quinoa instead of the traditional oats or puffed rice to start with in this home-made energy bar. Then add the flaxseed powder, pomegranate seeds and hemp seed powder (and more) that makes it super-healthy.
Most like to enjoy these refreshing energy bars as a frozen treat.
Here’s the recipe to serve 6. … Continue readingMake & Freeze These Overnight: Delicious Pomegranate Quinoa ENERGY BARS!

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