In the past few months, MAPLE SYRUP has become my favorite sweetener. I don't really measure it out, but it is so good with peanut butter first off and to sweeten anything really! I have been using it in baked goods and my morning oats! My recipe inspirations are from the non-dairy queen, Sarena.
Maple syrup morning oats or pancakes: 1/2 c oat flour (processed oats), some maple syrup, 2 T protein powder, 1 T almond butter, cinnamon, and 1/4 to 1/2 c almond milk.
2 T protein powder, 1 T water, some maple syrup
AWESOME CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE RECIPE(vegan) adapted from
"Raising Vegetarian Children : A Guide to Good Health and Family Harmony
1.5 c rolled oats, ground
1 c whole wheat flour
1/2 c cashew/walnuts - ground
1 c chocolate chips
1/4 t baking soda
1/2 c coconut oil
1/2 c maple syrup
2 T water
2 t vanilla
Mix all together - dough will be crumbly. Form into balls and bake at 350 for 15 - 20 min. Sorry for the lack of a picture -we ate them way too quickly. Next time!
I've been thinking that maybe I should focus on shorter races like 5 to 10 milers. Then I can train hard without having to put in as many miles. I want to do another 26.2er but maybe this spring I'll just focus on the short stuff?
For marathoners, have you heard of the Galloway method? used it? I will be posting a series of videos on it. Check out the first one below! Let me know your experience with it.
Description: Proper running and walking form is essential to reduce the risk of injury. The Jeff Galloway method teaches runners to stay upright, maintain a short stride and eliminate bounce. Let’s get training with Jeff Galloway.