BEST POST WORKOUT MEAL

I LOVE WAFFLES

This recipe is so good! tastes amazing! and it’s really good for your recovery after a hard training session.

Rember your post-workout meal is probably one of the most important meals of the day on a training day.

You want to make sure you replenish your muscle glycogen stores and the right amount of protein and carbs will do this.

I would say to try and aim for 55g-70g of carbohydrates and 25g of protein or more for a post-workout meal. Again it will vary from person to person.

TIP: keep fat and fibre away from pre or post-workout meals or keep them very minimal.

PROTEIN WAFFLE RECIPE

  • 1/2 c Kodiak power cake mix
  • 1 scoop vanilla cupcake batter VEGAN protein by Beyond yourself Supplements
  • 1/4 egg whites
  • 1-2 cups of water ( add slowly and stir in until you get desired consistency)

 

TOPPINGS:

  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 frozen berries heated in the microwave
  • 4 TBSP Walden farms syrup (more or less you choose)

MIX REALLY WELL

  • Meanwhile, heat your waffle iron( if you don’t have one you can make pancakes)
  • I spray my waffle iron with olive oil spray just so it doesn’t stick
  • Makes about two waffles or 2 pancakes.
  • once done put all the toppings on and enjoy!!

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NUTRITION FACTS PER SERVING

CAL: 457 Carbs 65.5g Fat 4.2g Protein 43.2 g

TIP: if you don’t want that many carbs you can always half the banana or don’t have it at all

If you can’t have wheat or gluten you can opt-out of the Kodiak cake mix and use gluten-free oat flour( same amount)

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