Posts tagged recipes
MACRO-FRIENDLY CHILI-LIME WATERMELON SALAD

With the Fourth of July only a few days away and the guarantee of a party or two this week, we wanted to make sure to share one of our favorite macro-friendly side dishes that’s quick to prepare and is yummy, even for those who don’t track macros! Inspired by a watermelon and basil salad I had a few weeks ago, I played around with some additional ingredients to make a simple, patriotic side dish with a kick.

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RECIPE: CROCK-POT SHREDDED CHICKEN

This shredded chicken is one of my go-to batch prep recipes because it is so quick and easy to make and can be prepared on Sunday to last you a whole week of meals. You can use it in salads or wraps for lunches or add it to any dinner recipe that calls for chicken.

You can find this recipe, along with 6 different dinners and lunches that use this shredded chicken as the main ingredient, in the Everyday Macros Cookbook located inside The Good Stuff.

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MACRO-FRIENDLY THANKSGIVING RECIPES

The holidays bring about lots of time with friends and family and with that usually comes lots of food. Don’t let anxiety about your food at to your holiday stress this season. We’ve got you covered with these healthier macro-friendly versions of all your favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. Your family won’t even know the difference and you can enjoy your meal, guilt-free.

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4 WAYS TO EAT YOUR OATS

Earlier this week, I posted about some of my current favorite macro-friendly finds. (In case you missed it, check it out here!) One of the items on my list is Better Oats single-serve oatmeal packets. They come in a variety of flavors, are individually packaged and the package itself can be used to measure out water. Genius and super convenient. They are a quick and easy pre- or post- workout meal and are great for travel. Read on for my 4 favorite ways to prepare your oats and make them work for your macros.

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