High Protein-Low Gi meals help fill you up and keep you satisfied without crashing and craving.
Here's a few of our fav's that you're sure to love.
With the holiday season behind us and thoughts of New Year’s resolutions looming over our heads, it is no surprise January is the month where people often begin to suffer from a case of the “winter blues”. It is understandable – especially for us Canadians - as the lack of sunlight and colder temperatures make us even more susceptible to emotional struggles this time of year.
Holiday cookie exchanges, snacks in the office lunchroom, parties with food everywhere… cookies are everywhere this time of year!
Our yummy SoLo bars are just one part of a healthy way of life. When you have to combat the COOKIE SEASON don’t dismay - there are better-for-you options!
Corn Soup is one of the ultimate comfort foods – I love it and it's much easier than you think to make. With fall among us, fresh vegetables are in abundance - Paired with some potatoes, and peppers to make a delicious and nutrient packed soup the entire family will love.
Who doesn't love chocolate and peanut butter together? With only four ingredients, these delicious low GI treats are quick and easy to make and will be gobbled up in no time. Add coconut or hemp seeds for a little variation and added nutritional benefits!
Prepare squash the night before to make this an easy, delicious meal after a long day of work or even a relaxing day on the beach!
This low glycemic Banana Oat Bread is the perfect pairing with a morning cup of coffee! But that doesn't mean it cannot be enjoyed anytime throughout the day as a delicious snack. Oat bran and oat fibre help to leave you feeling satisfied longer. Honey in place of refined sugar also helps to lower the GI. Don't have avocado oil? No problem! Use your favourite coconut oil, flax seed oil, extra virgin olive oil or other vegetable oil in its place. Apple sauce also works in place of oil - just be sure it is plain apple sauce to maintain the flavour profile.
About Chantel: Chantel is SoLo's energetic Director of Marketing. As much as she loves adventure and exploring British Columbia's backcountry, she loves to spend time in the kitchen. With an enormous organic garden and a kitchen fit with every cooking gadget known to mankind, Chantel enjoys testing out new recipes day in and day out, sharing her creations with friends and family. When she is not hiking, biking, fishing or snowshoeing in the Monashee Mountains, you can find her preserving her favourite fruits and vegetables, and crafting culinary delights.
With the holidays just around the corner, this is a great recipe to keep in mind when you need a great tasting breakfast solution to help fuel your family for the busy day ahead. Recipe serves 6.