Rachel forrester

Rachel forrester

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Full of walnuts, chocolate chunks and bananas, you’re bound to love these naturally sweetened bars!

For runners who experience sore or aching feet, indulge your toes in this DIY foot soak.

Making Cauliflower Rice 3 Ways, easy step-by-step instructions for prepping ahead of time (enough for a whole week) and cooking with flavor variations

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Skinny shake that tastes like Wendy's Frosty! 3/4 cup almond milk, about 15 ice cubes, 1/2 tsp vanilla, 1-2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder, 1/3 of a banana

10 Essential Strength Exercises for Runners. http://m.runnersworld.com/workouts/10-essential-strength-exercises-for-runners?page=single

How to Make your own Banana Chips preheat your oven to a low heat, around 175. Spread parchment paper or spray a cooking sheet. Cut your bananas into chips. Place your bananas on the rack/pan side by side. Brush on lemon juice You can sprinkle cinnamon if you would like Bake this in your oven for up to 2 hours try to flip the chips over once during the baking. Allow the chips to cool and they should harden

DIY Banana Chips | Banana chips are a cheap and easy snack that are great with a number of foods. Eat them in the morning with your cereal, mix them with your favorite granola or trail mix blend, or eat them plain as a snack. You can make these banana chips in a dehydrator or bake them in a low oven. Before placing the bananas in the oven, they are brushed with a honey lemon syrup to help caramelize the banana. DIY banana chips are a sweet treat that are good and good for you

Possibly the healthiest granola recipe I've ever seen. I haven't made granola for years since it's so high calorie and I can't resist it, but this recipe might make me re-think that. Would make a great garnish over yogurt and sliced fruit.