Matche Latte (You're Welcome)

I stumbled upon Matcha’ at a local coffee shop in Nashville a few months ago.  I loved it so much that within 48 hours (thanks to Amazon Prime) I had everything I needed to make my own at home.  Since then it has become a regular mid-afternoon indulgence.  It doesn’t make me jittery like coffee but still gives me a great boost of energy.

Not only is Matcha yummy, rejuvenating, and pretty to look at, it’s also rich in antioxidants.  In fact, one cup of Matcha has the antioxidants of 10 cups of brewed green tea.  It has also been shown to boost metabolism and helps lower cholesterol and blood sugar.  Seems like a no brainer, right? 

 You can find Matcha at health food stores or you can buy here on Amazon Prime.


-1tsp of matcha powder

-1/4 cup of boiling water

-3/4 cup of steamed almond or coconut milk



1. Place the matcha in the mug

2. Pour ¼ cup of boiling water and use a wisk to dissolve the powder

3. Steam the almond milk and pour in your mug.



High-protein pumpkin Bread


It's that time of year when pumpkin is all the craze and well it just makes me happy.  I am drinking TAZO pumpkin Chai as I type this and it is just so good.

If you're in the mood to bake, but want something that won’t put you over in your macros, this recipe is just for you.  To get the serving size right, when you enter it just visualize 7 pieces and cut accordingly so that they are even.  

Cravewell Protein Pumpkin Bread

Macros per serving (this is real!)





1.5 cups of canned pumpkin

2 scoops of protein powder (I used cellular cinnamon swirl, but vanilla or chocolate should work just fine as well)

9 tbsp of liquid egg whites

1/4 cup rolled oats

1/2 cup gluten-free flour

1/5 tsp of baking soda

6 oz of light and Fit vanilla yogurt (greek yogurt will work as well)

2 tbsp of cinnamon.



Preheat the oven to 350

Put all the ingredients in a blender.

Blend for at least a minute.

Pour in a bread pan

Cook for 40-55 minutes depending on the strength of your oven.