Happy Friday loves!

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I hope you all have had a great week!

My days have been slow and boring at work, I actually got to go home early yesterday, which part of me regrets volunteering to leave in regards to I will be short hours, but the other part of me loved having the day off.  Since we are going to LA this weekend, I took advantage of my day off and got a hair cut and also treated myself to a pedicure. So I may regret this day when I get my paycheck, but for now I enjoyed a nice relaxing day off.

If you follow me on Instagram you saw a little teaser for my #stangebutgood contribution of a new protein plantain pizza creation.

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Sprint 2 the Table

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I am still so obsessed with this breakfast and love experimenting with it.

If you saw my post, you know my last batch was a little green.

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I’m all about getting as many nutrients as possible in my breakfast. Since the plantain gives me my carbs, and the added protein powder and protein frosting give me extra protein, and of course my delish home made banana coconut butter gives me my fats, there’s one thing that I’m missing.

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There’s no greens or vegetables in my protein plantain pizza, and since I don’t want to top my pizza with veggies, I had to get a bit creative.

Then I remembered I had a tub sitting in the back of my pantry that might solve this problem

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I totally forgot I had these Incredible Greens and when scavenging the cupboard for something else, I found it tucked in a corner. Perfect solution for adding some green nutrients to my plantain protein pizza. Yes I could have just added some spinach (if I had some), but check out all the added nutrients in this powder.  There are so many other nutritional benefits in this powder, so I feel this is a great addition to the plantain bread. And other than it giving it a slightly greener hue, I didn’t notice much of a difference in the taste. I also added more cinnamon to this batch in order to achieve that.

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Green Protein Plantain Pizza

Ingredients:

– 1 ripe medium plantain

– 1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder

– 1 scoop Incredible Greens powder

– 1/2 cup liquid egg whites

– 7-10 drops liquid vanilla NuNaturals Stevia

– 1 tbsp cinnamon

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Directions:

– Blend all ingredients in Magic Bullet

– Bake in pre-heated oven at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes

– Top with desired toppings (if you’re indecisive like me – 4 different ones)

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I seriously love this breakfast and it is so filling and satisfying.

I typically also have some sort of fruit on the side. Because we all know I am obsessed with fruit.

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So obsessed that when I see my too ripe banana’s instead of freezing them, I make banana coconut butter.

I just mash the banana’s with coconut butter (I use this coconut butter)

A better use for them if you ask me.

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I’m also still obsessed with protein frosting. But seriously, with all the protein powders I have, they never get old. I’ve started combining flavors to make new flavors. Chocolate + Vanilla. Chocolate + Cookies and Cream. Chocolate Fudge + Banana Cream. I mean really. I’ll combine anything. I also recently made a protein jam by, you guessed it, combining jam and protein powder.

Seriously what won’t I add protein powder to.

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I know you guys are probably sick of seeing the same meals here, just tweaked, but like I said, I am loving this breakfast and I am loving playing around with it and adding new and different things. So until I get sick of eating it, you’ll have to deal with seeing it.

Sorry.

But not really, because it’s delish.

Well loves, I hope you all have a fabulous weekend. I will be MIA since I will be in LA, but I will be sure to give you all a recap when I get back.

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How do you add greens to your breakfast?