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Vegan Fig Rolls as Healthy Snacks or “Fuel Food”

I have always considered Fig Rolls (UK) and Fig Newtons (North America) as a relatively healthy choice in the world of commercial cookies and biscuits. As easily digestible carbohydrates, they have also been a tasty favourite as “fuel food” for sports. However, they still fall into the category of processed food and so I was pleased to come across a naturally sweetened, gluten free, no-bake alternative to these popular commercial treats.…

Plant-Based Ice Cream (“Nice Cream”) with Caramel Sauce

Ice cream is probably one of the most popular desserts enjoyed globally. Although various forms of the frozen treat have been around for centuries, today’s commercial ice cream can be full of saturated fats, refined sugars and preservatives. Fortunately, there are tasty, low fat, plant-based alternatives that mimic the creaminess of traditional ice cream but are without all fats and sugars.…

Meeting the Challenge – Cycling 100KM

Of the different elements involved in endurance sports such as sufficient training and proper nutrition, perhaps the most important is mind over matter. This is the ability of the mind to ignore the “suffering” that comes with pushing the body to its limits and quietly and rationally talking oneself through the discomfort to reach the goal. This principle can be applied to almost any challenging endeavour, athletic or otherwise. …

Plant-Based Food to Fuel Endurance Challenges!

Even as little as 10 years ago, the notion of fueling sport on plant-based nutrition alone was largely unheard of and certainly not taken seriously. A lot has changed since then and now it is much more of an accepted practice and some believe it can even be beneficial to performance as well as overall health. …

Chocolate Chargers Energy Bars

With busy lives, processed foods are deemed “convenient” for a reason. Commercial energy bars are expensive per use, highly portable and are intended to fuel endurance sports. When time permits, try a healthy, plant-based alternative called Chocolate Chargers Energy Bars to serve as a snack, fuel sports, or simply sustain those intense moments!…

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  1. snowangel22 July 7, 2020 / 12:21 pm

    “The Dragon’s Picnic” blog inspired me to try making some homemade granola. It is so easy. I have been spending a fortune on gluten free store bought granola. I followed the suggestions on your blog. I used gluten free oats, flax seeds, almonds, sunflower seeds, and added a touch of vanilla. It is absolutely scrumptious.

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  2. Joanne July 7, 2020 / 5:32 pm

    Good to hear that the recipe worked well for you and the mixture of ingredients you chose sounds delicious. Enjoy!

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