Cacao Magic SuperOats

Leave a little sparkle wherever you go! 


This oatmeal recipe can be very versatile- you can mix in anything you'd like (although I highly recommend using this Cacao Magic Vegan Superfood Protein Powder) and top with anything and everything yummy!!  

Cheers to happy, healthy breakfasts for your happy, healthy New Year.  

HINT** this recipe serves 3-4 people! 



2 Cups Vanilla Unsweetened Almond Milk (or any other dairy-free liquid of your choice) 

2 Cups water

1 Cup Steel Cut Oats

3 Tablespoons Coconut Sugar (Or Any Other Sweetener of Your Choice) 

A Pinch of Sea Salt

A Pinch Of Ground Cinnamon  

2-3 Tablespoons of Cacao Magic



Peanut Butter

Hulled Hemp Seeds

Chia Seeds

Edible Glitter!!! (Optional.. But not really optional)

(Use any toppings you love!) 



1. In a medium sauce pan, let almond milk and water come to a boil. Once it's boiling, reduce the heat to a simmer and pour in the steel cut oats, coconut sugar,  salt and cinnamon- stir occasionally for 25-30 minutes or until desired consistency is achieved.  

2. Once it's done, remove from heat and mix in Cacao Magic until combined. Feel free to add any other mix-ins now.  

3. Pour in bowls and top with whatever toppings you'd like. ENJOY!! 

Red Velvet Protein Pancakes

I have died and gone to red velvet heaven. Has anyone tried the Red Velvet Cake Batter Protein Powder from Cellucor? I just ordered a few of their products and I am hooked. They have flavors from Red Velvet Cake Batter, to Mint Chip, to Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.. You name it, it's delicious! 

Well, here we are again on my path to fun and healthy eating and if you're interested in that as well, you're going to love these. They have a soft, fluffy texture and a velvety-sweet taste that will leave you feeling full and satisfied- without the guilt of eating "real" pancakes after a workout. 

Did you know I decorate cookies, cupcakes and cakes too? Check out the "My Favorite Creations" tab in the menu bar to see some of my best desserts yet. 


1/2 Cup Gluten-free rolled oats, blended to a flour

1 ripe banana (or 1/2 Cup unsweetened applesauce)

1 Scoop Cellucor Red Velvet Cake Batter

1 egg white

2 Tbsp almond milk

1/2 tsp cocoa powder (optional)

1/2 tsp baking powder

4 drops of red food coloring (optional)

For the topping. I used 2 Tbsp 0% Greek Yogurt and some extra cocoa powder



1. Place all ingredients except for your topping in a blender (I use my Nutribullet) and blend until combined. LET SIT FOR AT LEAST 2-3 MINUTES. This step is very important!! The oat flour must absorb the liquids to make a thick, fluffy pancake. 

2. Heat your griddle or pan and spray with a non-stick cooking spray. Pour a small (or large!) amount of the batter into the pan for about 3-4 minutes or once you see bubbles. Flip and cook for another 3-4 minutes. Place on a plate and top with any topping of your choice. Enjoy!


For the pancakes:

Calories: 418

Fat: 4g

Carbs: 61g

Sugar: 18g

Protein: 36g

Protein Packed Ezekiel French Toast

I have been on a french toast/pancake kick lately and I could not be happier! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day. Actually, if I could, I would eat Fruity Pebbles for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Unfortunately, I have tried that before and I got a tummy ache. SO- I have created some amazing breakfast recipes that will leave you feeling full and satisfied.  



2 pieces of Ezekiel Bread (I used Low Sodium)

2 egg whites

1/4 Cup almond milk

1/2 scoop protein powder (I used Iso-100 Birthday Cake Whey Protein)

1 tsp cinnamon



Heat a griddle pan and spray with a non-stick spray.

In a cup or nutribullet, mix egg whites, almond milk, protein powder and cinnamon until combined. Pour mixture into a bowl or paper plate. Dip both pieces of bread into the mixture for about 20 seconds per side. The bread should be fully soaked.  

Cook each side of bread until light brown (about 3-4 minutes.) Top with any toppings you'd like (Like my PB2 drizzle pictured below!)

What's your favorite topping for french toast?

This topping is greek yogurt, almond milk and chocolate protein powder with raspberries. 

This topping is greek yogurt, almond milk and chocolate protein powder with raspberries. 

This is the same ezekiel recipe posted above but stuffed with banana and peanut butter. Then topped with maple syrup. Yum!!

This is the same ezekiel recipe posted above but stuffed with banana and peanut butter. Then topped with maple syrup. Yum!!

Not including toppings:

Calories: 259

Fat: 2g

Carbs: 33g

Sugar: 0g

Protein: 28g

PB&J Protein Pancakes

It's the weekend!! Is anyone else in LA loving this weather lately? It has been cold and cloudy and the sunrises and sunsets have been beautiful! This is a photo of the sun rising yesterday morning. I love pink clouds! 


I have been very inspired to make protein pancakes lately and I love the way these turned out. I LOVE peanut butter so I thought about what goes well with peanut butter (HA, what doesn't go well with peanut butter) and then it hit me. HELLO. JELLY! So here is my healthy version of PB&J pancakes recipe. I hope you like it!



For the pancakes:

1/2 Cup Rolled Oats, pulsed to a flour (I used Trader Joes Gluten-Free rolled oats)

1/4 Cup almond milk

2 egg whites

1/2 scoop protein powder

2 Tbsp PB2 (or regular peanut butter) 

1 Tbsp nonfat greek yogurt 


For the jelly topping: 

1/4 Cup blackberries (or any berries of your choice)

1 Tbsp almond milk

2 Tbsp protein powder (I used vanilla) 

1 Tbsp nonfat greek yogurt  



1. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Let sit for at least 2 minutes before cooking. 

2. Heat a pan on the stove and spray with nonstick cooking spray. Pour dollop size amounts of batter onto the pan. Cook for 3-4 minutes and flip. Cook for another 2 minutes.  

3. To make the jelly topping, microwave the blackberries for 10 seconds in a small bowl. Mash with a fork and then add the almond milk, protein powder and greek yogurt. Mix until combined and pour into pancakes. Enjoy! 


For the pancakes: 

calories:  311

fat:  5g 

sugar:  4g

carbs:  35g

protein:  34g


for the topping: 

calories:  63

fat:  1g

sugar:  2g

carbs:  7g

protein:  9g