Oct 03

You’re Off to Great Places + Growing Naturals Giveaway

I’m addicted to the powder.


Not that powder.  Where are your minds?!  Shame!

Protein powder, bro.  I have high standards:

  • NOT grainy or chalky
  • Not full of sugar or loaded with a billion carbs
  • Must actually taste like the flavor on the label
  • Ingredient lists need to be recognizable and short
  • Must contain at least 20g of protein


I have tried them all.  Today, I am SO excited that my #1 favorite protein powder of all time, Growing Naturals, has agreed to join in the Blogiversary week celebration.  They meet my high standards and then some… they are even soy-free and vegan!

The chocolate rice powder really does impart a chocolate taste.  It’s perfect in my Mocha Beet Frapp.  The vanilla was just the right amount of flavor to make my Plantain Ginger Bread taste like a warm treat.

Plantain Ginger Protein Bread


I’m getting wordy.  It’s Kat’s turn to blog today.  Just click here for more on why they rock.  Or, for proof, know that  beg seek them out to sponsor me at Blend and do giveaways… I want everyone to try it! ;)

Sooooo… here’s the schwag one of you will WIN (giveaway entry at the bottom – US only, along with winners for Monday and Tuesday’s giveaways!):

Growing Naturals

Speaking of protein… my girl Kat is going to need plenty to fuel the race she’s running this weekend.  Check her out and wish her luck below!!!


You’re off to great places!

(by: Kat)

I’m leaving for my 100 mile race in Pennsylvania today.  Yes, 100 miles, 32 hour time limit.  I’m trying not to try to figure out how fast I have to run each mile to finish in under 30 hours, under 28 hours, etc.  I really just want to finish.  (Editor’s note: You are officially my hero.)

You're off to great places


I’m scared, and I even emailed the race director to see if I could defer my entry ‘til next year.  He said no, so I’m going.  Eeeeeeek!

This has brought up serious insecurity.  Why do my friends believe I can do this more than I believe in myself?  My new mantra on my runs has inspired some confidence in me.  I’ve been telling myself, “I am strong, I am injury-free, and I can do this!” 

It really does help me re-frame and know my body is capable and my mind is yearning for the … what?  (Editor’s note: This is so true.  I do it in lifting.  It’s amazing what positive self-talk can do to your physical abilities… and you know I’m not the touch-y feel-y type.)  Maybe a break-through, maybe a break-down.  Sometimes we need a little of both.

No Matter How you Feel... never give up


I plan on taking good care of myself, and Wednesday night was all about packing carefully, and preparing my food/necessities.  With 100 miles on foot, you have to think: breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and more calories.  (Editor’s note: Meal time is my favorite!)

I also have to think about injury prevention, which means lights, batteries, keeping myself warm.  I have to honor the body that allows me to even attempt this kind of challenge.  I am so grateful to have a healthy body that allows me to push myself physically to achieve something mentally.

Keeping Your Body Healthy


I also need to mention that waiting for my bar results has been a terrible waiting period, and I keep getting asked about the date for results which makes me a little batty.  It’s October 28thResults October 28th.  (Editor’s note: We are going to celebrate hard core!  I know you OWNED it!)


Right now, I’m wound up tight, and so are my finances.  I’m so grateful for everything I have right now, including my Cold Life  Organics deliveries, which save me money and allow me to experiment.

A few experiments lately include this parsnip-cauliflower puree and stuffed red bell peppers.  They are both so easy I didn’t initially think of them as a blog post.  But they are unique, delicious recipes that helped me to think outside the box.


Cauliflower Parsnip Puree

Parsnip-Cauliflower Puree

  • 3 large parsnips, cut roughly into ¼ inch pieces
  • ½ head cauliflower, cut roughly into ¼ inch pieces
  • ½ Vidalia onion, diced
  • 4 large cloves of garlic, chopped
  • Salt, to taste
  • 1-2 T coconut oil
  • 3 T butter
  • ¼ C coconut milk


Saute onion, garlic, cauliflower, and parsnips in the coconut oil until it is generally soft-ish.  You should easily be able to pierce the parsnips with a fork.

Add saute to a food processor and puree.  Add coconut milk, butter, and salt to taste.


The parsnips give the cauliflower puree a floral taste that isn’t overwhelming.  It’s a fun substitute for mashed potatoes that will leave your guests wondering.  It’s gluten free, and can be made vegan by substituting the butter for your favorite butter substitute.  It’s also lower carb and lower calorie, if you’re going for that!  I served it with a little salad and chicken.


Stuffed Pepper

Stuffed Red Bell Peppers

  • 1/4 lb ground anti-biotic free chicken
  • 1/4  C rice, uncooked.
  • 2 red bell peppers
  • 1 C marinara sauce
  • 1/4 yellow onion
  • 1 T coconut oil
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 1/4 green bell pepper
  • 1/8 C nutritional yeast


Preheat oven to 400. 

Cut the tops off of bell peppers, and clean out seeds.  Boil water and cook the bell peppers in the water for about 4-5 minutes.  

Meanwhile, cook rice according to package instructions.  Set aside. 

Saute green pepper, onion, and garlic in the coconut oil, add the chicken and continue to saute until just cooked, but not dried out.

Stir in marinara and nutritional yeast. 

Stuff peppers with the mixture and bake for 20-25 minutes.


I put cheese on top of one, and not on top of the other.  Both were delicious.  They’re gluten free and can easily been made vegan by eliminating/substituting the chicken for TVP.  These were so easy and tasty, and they brought back childhood memories for my dinner partner.  We love nostalgic food.  We both also added additional nutritional yeast as a condiment while we ate.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Check back at the NuNaturals and Muesli Fusion giveaways for the winners!


Good luck KAT!!!!  P.S. You guys come back tomorrow.  It’s a giveaway I put together myself of my favorite most-used items. :)

What easy recipes/meals do you forget to share because they are just so easy?

What challenges are scary to you lately, and how do you keep yourself going?



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  1. Arman @ thebigmansworld

    I love growing naturals- so much better than sunwarrior! Boring, but I love mixing it in oats or yogurt. I find them not as well in baked goods!

    Alot of my protein heavy patties I forget to post because of its simplicity- but I should get on top of it!

    1. Arman @ thebigmansworld

      Second time commenting to get another entry ;)

      1. Arman @ thebigmansworld

        (I really want to win ;))

        1. Arman @ thebigmansworld

          Actually whoring out this giveaway.

          Favourite way with protein powder is the mess it makes on my kitchen top

          1. Laura

            LOL! You crack me up.

  2. Kait @ Kait in the Kitch

    I always forget to post my protein powder smoothies! The simplicity of almond milk+fruit+protein powder+ice all poured in to the giant cup of awesomeness.

    Scare challenge? Uhm. I’ve officially been informed that I’m running my first marathon in 18 days. Holy crap.

    1. Kat

      Just informed?!? From a lottery or something??? Congrats!! Have so much fun! which marathon??

      1. Kait @ Kait in the Kitch

        Well I was originally signed up to run the Half. But training was going extremely well and I met a new friend who was running the whole 26.2…so I emailed the race director and switched! Last long run tomorrow! Mankato Marathon in Mankato, MN. I’m a midwesterner! (Hence why I get jealous of all your gorgeous weather pictures..)

        1. Laura

          Good for you!!! How was the long run?

          1. Kait @ Kait in the Kitch

            22….let the tapering begin! PS: IG is telling me your competition is coming up soon! :) EXCITING!

  3. Heather @ Kiss My Broccoli

    GOOD LUCK KAT!! Keep your head up and believe in yourself! As someone who has dealt with her fair share of negative self-talk, and also someone who HATES those people who are all, “Love yourself! Love the world! Shit rainbows out of your ass!” I have to say there is truth behind positive thinking. You’re gonna do great!

    PS, love the parsnip/cauli recipe! It’s been forever since I’ve had parsnips…I’ll have to try this sometime!

    As for Laura’s questions: Favorite easy protein recipe? Protein Pancakes using Kodiak Cake pancake mix…just throw a scoop to the mix, add water, and BAM! Pass the toppings! :D
    Scary challenge: getting through the rest of my perishables before I go out of town in two days? Eat all the things! Lol

    1. Kat

      Thanks, heather!! Can we do another fun blogger dinner when I get home sometime!?!? I would love to see your face again… and you should drive back down to Atlanta anyway!!!

  4. Katie G

    Favourite easy protein recipe has to be any kind of green smoothie. Yum!

  5. Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine

    A smoothie is never complete with out an extra dose of protein!

    1. Laura

      I can’t even imagine making one without it now!

  6. Morganne @ NutButterRunner

    First, GOOD LUCK KAT! You will rock it! So inspiring!

    And to respond to your questions..I love adding protein powder to anything and everything, but usually forget to post random smoothies I make! I’ve never tried Growing Naturals but would love to since you view them so highly!

    Scariest thing right now: starting a new job today! And the fact that I’m training for a marathon and increasing my strength training at the same time… go big or go home I guess, right!?

    1. Kat

      That’s Laura’s motto.. go big or go home! You got this! :)

      And thanks for the encouragement!

      1. Laura

        Yeah it is!!! Going big is the only way, my friends. ;)

  7. Rachel H

    Boring, but I tend to just mix protein powder into oats, yogurt, or a smoothie. Occasionally I’ll make homemade protein bars.

    1. Laura

      The classics are there for a reason! ;)

  8. lindsay

    woohoo go Kat!! and my favorite recipe would be healthy bites, duh. Balls, all the protein balls!

  9. Electra @ electra-fi.com

    Fav easy protein recipe?? Green smoothie + protein! Blend and blend and drink :-D

  10. Amanda @runtothefinish

    Easy as it gets, I like adding some protein to my hot oatmeal!

  11. Linz @ Itz Linz

    any type of protein smoothie! super easy and super delicious and a million different combinations!

  12. Tiff @ Love Sweat and Beers

    Awesome giveaway. :) You know I love my easy protein oats!

  13. Jody - Fit at 55

    Kat – your posts are always thought provoking ^ I so enjoy! GOOD LUCK – you will rock!!!!

    Laura, I like how picky you are about protein powder! :)

    1. Kat

      As always, thanks Jody!! :-D

  14. Nicole Trevisan

    i blend frozen fruit, protein powder and almond milk together and freeze it to make protein icecream!

    1. Laura

      One of my favorites! I eat all my smoothies with a spoon.

  15. Heather (Where's the Beach)

    Perfect timing on this. I just tweeted for protein powder ideas yesterday. I usually add protein powder to my oats and sometimes mix with PB2 and greek yogurt (with NuNaturals stevia of course) for a sweet treat.

    1. Laura

      Oh good! I’ll have a discount code up tomorrow!

  16. Amanda Fraijo-Tobin (@FraijoManda)

    Protein pancakes for sure!!

    I love GN rice protein (my fav rice one) I’d love to try that pea one for sure!!

  17. Carrie

    Never had pea prottein powder before but i would like to try it

    1. Kat

      Pea Protein is the best…. it’s chemical composition is the most closely related to human muscle tissue, allowing it to build and repair muscles more easily! Plus, it’s delicious!

  18. Christine

    Protein pancakes or smoothies!

  19. Angela @ Happy Fit Mama

    Adding PP to smoothies is a no brainer!

  20. halli Mac

    protein with chia seeds and banana blended up and left in the fridge! stellar pudding!

    1. Laura

      I completely forgot about chia pudding! I’m going to make some of that STAT. Have you tried it with sweet potato? So good!

  21. Leah @ Running with the Hayneses

    overnight oats!

  22. Marissa

    I love making a dipping sauce or “icing” with my protein powder. It’s a different and tasty alternative to just drinking it!

    1. Laura

      Totally agree! I roast parsnips in cinnamon and dip them in protein sauce. Really fun dessert “fries.”

  23. Meredith B.

    Definitely protein smoothies!

  24. RavieNomNoms

    So excited about this giveaway!! I bought some of the Growing Naturals off of Amazon after I asked you what your favorite vegan protein powder was. I really really enjoy it!! There stuff is good for you and doesn’t have all those icky adders.

    My favorite thing to make is protein pancakes….YUM

    1. Laura

      I’m so glad you like it! Check back tomorrow – I’ll have a discount code for it!

  25. Nicole @ FruitnFitness

    Good luck on your race, you are one strong woman! I know Laura and all of us will be rooting for you!

    1. Kat

      Thanks, Nicole!!!! I can’t believe it’s tomorrow!

  26. Mona

    I use protein powder in smoothies, cakes, breads, oatmeal etc….pretty much in a lot of things but I’ve been only using whey . This would be a great chance to try out the other kinds of protein.

  27. Sarah V

    I love throwing protein powder in my smoothies, so having one that’s not grainy or chalky is important!

    1. Laura

      That is so important to me! This is one of the few vegan powders I’ve found that isn’t “funky” in texture.

  28. Carolyn

    Protein powder plus Greek yogurt!

  29. Debbie @ Live from La Quinta

    First of all, Good Luck, Kat!!!! You’re going to rock that 100 miles. Enjoy the experience..can’t wait to read about it so I can live is vicariously through you (cause that’s the only way I will ever run 100 miles!).

    As for protein powder recipes, I am ashamed to say that I don’t go much beyond smoothies (in spite of all the great ones on this blog!!!!!!). And I don’t even follow recipes for those. A little of this, a little of that, a scoop of protein powder.

    1. Kat

      Lol! Thanks Debbie! There will definitely be a recap post.

  30. keira

    protein frappuccinos! cold coffee and ice and chocolate protien, mmmm

    1. Laura

      I do that all the time! I make the same combo with oatmeal when I travel too. Mocha protein oats! :)

  31. Emily

    My favorite easy recipe with protein powder is overnight oats! I mix it in with my layers of both oatmeal and greek yogurt!

    1. Laura

      I love that! The differen texture rock. I make a tiramisu parfait that same way.

  32. karen

    favorite way to use protein powder is in my pancakes

  33. Kaitlin

    My favorite protein powder recipes are always pancakes! I always make them a little different, but they’re always sooo tasty…. I’d love to try this brand of powder, I bet it would make a delicious breakfast :)

  34. abbey

    i love this protein powder!

  35. Cassie @ RedLetterDaye

    I love making pumpkin protein muffins. I need to get on that. ‘Tis the season. ;)

    1. Laura

      Yeah, you do! I broke out the pumpkin puree a couple of weeks ago – early, but I couldn’t wait! :)

  36. Cassie @ RedLetterDaye

    I follow you on Instagram. :)

  37. Jessica

    I like hemp protein :)

  38. Jessica

    My rafflecopter name is organicallyou

  39. Monica

    My ‘recipe’ isn’t really a recipe at all, but it is super easy!
    I just mix protein powder with almond milk, add spices & sweeteners, and eat it with cereal. My favorite way to do it is mixing my protein drink in a tall glass and then put in bran flakes & crispy brown rice cereal – it’s the perfect ratio of milk to cereal haha :D

    1. Laura

      I do that…. but never thought to put it in a glass! Something about it sounds so appealing. Breakfast this week! :)

  40. Davida @ The Healthy Maven

    protein pancakes of course!!!

  41. Maria

    I actually made these great protein bars using No Meat Athlete’s recipe for vegan protein bars and Jarrow Formulas unflavored whey protein and they were really good!

    1. Laura

      Ohhhh… I need to go look up that recipe! Thanks!

  42. Hannah

    Protein powder + coconut flour + non-dairy milk = thick thick delicious pudding.

  43. Carol

    I love vanilla flavored protein powder in smoothies, it makes them taste like vanilla ice cream when made with frozen fruit!

  44. Brittany @ Delights and Delectables

    Good luck Kat!!! I love protein powder in protein microwave muffins… or a smoothie!

  45. Hannah

    I recently made some pumpkin chocolate brownies from protein pow. I think they are my new favorite protein treat!

  46. Chatelaine

    smoothies, but lately, protein pancakes!

  47. GiGi Eats Celebrities

    I want some chicken. Oh was that random? No No. That bell pepper recipe has chicken in it. YUM! lol!

    1. Laura

      I always want chicken. Is that random?

  48. Becca

    I’ve never tried this protein powder but want so bad to try some new protein powders! I love to put protein powder in my green smoothies or chocolate protein oatmeal zucchini muffins… I’ve been ADDICTED to those lately!

    1. Laura

      I make SO many protein zucchini muffins… what is it about protein a zucchini?! :)

  49. Relentless Forward Commotion

    What’s you favorite, easy protein powder recipe?
    A protein shake….ingredients: water, protein powder, put in a shaker cup, voila. (Seriously, I need cooking lessons, LOL)

    1. Laura

      I have to admit… I’ve never actually just had protein powder and water. LOL!

  50. Melissa @ Treats With a Twist

    I like to make a thick protein sludge and stuff dates with it!! Yum

  51. Britton

    I love making smoothies with protein powder and just throwing a bunch of stuff in!! Quick and easy!

  52. Kait @ ChickadeeSays

    I am so bad at being creative when it comes to protein powder! I usually just use it in a protein shake!

    xx Kait

  53. tiffany

    i just throw it in a smoothie! tried it in home-made protein bars before, but they weren’t the best. :/

    1. Laura

      Awwww! You should try it again! I always keep a batch in the freezer for a quick snack or breakfast.

  54. Danielle @ It's A Harleyyy Life

    I make protein balls with oatmeal bananas chocolate chips and protein!

  55. april

    i love baking homemade protein bars… i need to start making more protein smoothies, though!

  56. She Rocks Fitness

    First of all you ROCK for all of these giveaways! Favorite protein recipe is a smoothie with frozen cherries, chia seeds, unsweetened almond milk, ice, cinnamon, and topped with crunch granola, or peanut butter and always eaten out of a bowl!!! XOXO

    1. Laura

      Cherries are my favorite!!! You made me realize…. I don’t know the last time I didn’t eat my shake with a spoon. :)

  57. Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen)

    You know I’m a HUGE Growing Naturals fan! Great giveaway! I love my protein waffles!

    Kat, you’re gonna do great! Definitely don’t stress. Your goal is perfect and your going into it prepared to be the best you can be. That is really all you can do. Good luck!

    1. Kat

      Thanks, thanks!! I will definitely be doing a race report. ;)

  58. Tara | Treble in the Kitchen

    Favorite easy protein powder recipe!? I love putting it in smoothies…that’s easy!

  59. Krystle

    I have to say, my favorite protein powder recipe is one for the lazies…. microwave muffin!

    1. Laura

      Lazy recipes are the BEST!

  60. Kristi @ Sweetly Fit

    can’t beet a good protein shake! I’d love to try this!

  61. janet @ the taste space

    I love my brownie protein bars… gosh, I should really make them again :)
    Finally one of your giveaways I really want to win :)

    1. Laura

      LOL! So glad I could appeal to you finally. ;)

  62. carah cole

    I use my protein to make protein ice cream…every single day!!!

  63. Melissa

    My fav protein powder recipe… Protein frosting! Mix protein with almond or coconut milk to for a thick frosting…spread on ANYtHING! This only taste good is the powder tastes great?. I love love to try Growing Naturals to prove you right:)

    1. Laura

      So right! I make that ALL the time. :)

  64. Lauren

    I love protein pancakes with egg and banana. So good.

    1. Laura

      I had that this weekend!!! You must have put the craving in my head, :)

  65. Megan (The Lyons' Share)

    Good luck, Kat! I must admit, Laura, some of your protein powder desserts are my favorite dessert recipes :).

    1. Laura

      Awwww… thanks Megan!!!

  66. Katie

    Gosh I love casein protein powder mixed with greek yogurt and PB for a little treat!

  67. Meghan@CleanEatsFastFeets

    GO KAT!! You are amazing and incredible just for being willing to even try something like this. I know you can do it too. I’m excited for you and can’t wait to hear all about it. I will be mentally rooting for you from Ohio. :)

    1. Kat

      Thanks for all the encouragement!!! You are flattering, and I hope you are right! I’m actually in Ohio, now!! I flew into CLE to meet friends to drive over to PA with! Where are ya?

      1. Meghan@CleanEatsFastFeets

        Are you kidding?! I’m in Cleveland. Downtown Cleveland as I type this, getting ready to hit up the farmers market on my lunch hour.

        1. Kat

          I’m staying in Historic Tremont! We leave today but we will be back Sunday! Email me so I have your email address and ill let you know if we do anything – kats319@gmail.com

  68. Ashley P

    I always add protein powder to green smoothies!

  69. Ellyn

    Love love love microwave protein cakes!

    1. Laura

      Same here! SO many flavor options. :)

  70. Natasha

    The easiest protein powder recipe I can think of is a simple mug cake – protein powder, a little almond milk, some egg whites, and then whatever toppings I fancy that day :)

  71. Jordan D

    I love making protein pudding with pumpkin puree, protein powder, almond milk, and cinnamon.

    1. Laura

      That the best! I do that with Greek yogurt for dessert. Love fall. :)

  72. Hayley

    I love making protein pancakes and healthy pop tarts with protein powder!

  73. Krystle

    PROTEIN PPANCAKESSSSS. I need to find a good low carb recipe..

    1. Laura

      I have a ton on my Recipage! I make many of them totally flourless. :)

  74. katherine

    oatmeal, protein powder, bananas, and frozen berries

  75. Karey @ Nutty About Health

    I like to mix protein powder into oat bran with some stevia or mix it into muffins, etc. :)

  76. CCU

    Protein in pancakes and smoothies is the only way to go :D


  77. Keri

    I like to mix it with coffee or in a smoothie!

  78. Christine

    I love using protein powder for smoothies and pancakes

  79. Olivia @ Liv Lives Life

    I like throwing protein powder into just about anything, but especially smoothies or homemade Clif bars!

  80. virginia

    i love protein microwave muffins

  81. Sara

    Protein pancakes all they way!

  82. Sarah

    I throw protein powder in my zucchini muffins and in my overnight oats!!

  83. Lili

    U are freaking awesome . Good luck on that run.. I’d love some of UR goodies.

  84. gaby

    I’m baking obsessed so it goes in pancakes, cakes and flatbreads, cornbread cakes, and sometimes oatmeal. I’d love to try this though! I’ve been using the plain hemp protein and while I love that it’s literally all hemp with zero processing, it obviously doesn’t give anything nice sweet flavors!

    1. Laura

      Cornbread cakes sound awesome!!!

  85. Debbie (Accidently Delish)

    haha you’re funny. favorite protein powder recipe. like i could ever choose…

  86. Caitlin


    1. Laura

      We should put that on a t-shirt.

  87. Krystle

    I pretty much love any protein baked good… That’s why I LOVE YOUR BLOG!

    1. Laura

      Awwwww… thanks Krystle!

  88. Elle

    I have tons of easy faves.. but the very easiest is just to put the powder and some cold water in the shaker and shake it!

    1. Laura

      So – don’t laugh – I’ve never actually eating protein powder that way.

  89. Emily @SinfulNutrition

    I love just adding protein powder to overnight oats or a smoothie for extra protein and ‘staying’ power, but I’ve never baked with any. Maybe if I win, it will change things ; ) Thank you for the giveaway!

  90. Katherine

    Greek Yoghurt + Protein Powder + Freezer! Mmmm.

    1. Laura

      Yes! That with some spices and berries makes a perfect dessert. :)

  91. Maren

    I mean, you can’t go wrong mixing your pp with some almond milk and shake it up! But I really like protein frosting. It’s so delicious and easy!

  92. Krystle

    I’m digging some protein chips = protein powder + water.
    How much protein do you aim for each day? 1g/lb?

    1. Laura

      I am trying to gain some serious muscle, so I got for 1.5g/lb. “Normal” active people should be closer to 0.75-1.0g /lb.

  93. Amanda @runtothefinish

    Today’s favorite protein recipe is my green smoothies. I know that’s way easy, but it’s true!!

  94. Tess Moore

    Lurve putting it muffins and pancakes. Oatmeal works well. And the obvious,,,,, shake. I’ve been browsing your site and it seems as if you have a plethera of fantastic ideas. WOW!!!

    1. Laura

      Thank you! I’m a firm believer that there’s nothing protein powder can’t do. ;)

  95. Kayla Reynolds

    If I must choose, it would have to be protein pancakes! So many variations you can never get bored :)

  96. erica

    i love protein powder mixed in my spinach smoothies

  97. Anie U

    I like creating my own protein bars so that I can customize them with my favorite flavors!

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