If you haven’t given chicken thighs a try in a while, now is the time. They are rich in taste and offer a tender, juicy texture. These honey glazed chicken thighs are easy to prepare and are great options for a weeknight meal or post-run weekend lunch. Be sure to select boneless and skinless thighs, as they’re easier to cook and are less work to eat. The honey glaze brings a sweet note to this
Whether to fuel your next run or a day chasing the kids, these delicious and nutritious recipes for mom runners pack the energy you need. These recipes are also easy-to-make to match your fast-paced life. As an added bonus, we’ve included as many kid-friendly recipes as possible to minimize the pain of preparing one meal for yourself and another for the rest of your family.
Need a new shake recipe to amp up your energy after a run or on cross training days? With just a few ingredients, this power shake recipe is super easy to make and is both refreshing and delicious. If desired, add a banana or other fruit to the thicken the shake a bit more. We love using Califia Farms Toasted Coconut Almond Milk in this recipe because it offers a lightly toasted coconut flavor, but
Oatmeal is the best friend of many runners. With fiber, protein, carbs and a low glycemic index, it has all the things runners need. If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy this power food, whip up a batch of these baked blueberry oatmeal cups. They’re super easy to make and they also freeze well. Delicately sweet and packed with energizing goodness, they may not last long if your kids get ahold of them.
Need a grab and go snack or easy breakfast? Whip up a batch of these almond raspberry chocolate muffins. These kid-approved muffins freeze well and are the perfect fuel for any day. Not a raspberry fan? Swap out the raspberries for chopped strawberries or fresh blueberries. These almond raspberry chocolate muffins feature almond flour as a wholesome replacement for standard all-purpose white flour. Once hard to find, almond flour is now available at most large
These protein pancakes are super easy to make and keep well overnight, which makes them a great grab and go breakfast for early morning runs. Peaches and honey as toppings add delicious, sweet flavor. However, we added alternate topping ideas at the end of the recipe if peaches aren’t really your thing or if you’d like to mix things up each time you make them. The texture of these pancakes is denser and spongier than
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