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Unicorn Crunch Bars


@uniconutritionVanillaFrosted Brownie crunch bar – ‘soft baked and gluten free’

Cals – 210 / Fat – 8 / Carbs – 19 / Pro – 20
52g bar so slightly smaller than its competitors that are usually low 60’s. Macro split is pretty much the same as all the other bars of this style, and fairly balanced. Overall presentation is nice with a brownie bar coated in white then drizzling of chocolate over that with plenty of noticeable ‘crips’. Bar is very soft in texture with a bit of a chew on it. The vanilla is pretty sweet and honesty does give you a frosting flavor which I quite liked. You get some brownie in it, but I think the brownie layer should have a bit more flavor to it and not so much frosting. Nice bit of crunch in the beginning to satisfy my texture needs as well. .
Overall – 8/10 Definitely enjoyed this bar and I bet it would be even better warmed up just a bit. Definitely grab one of these if your looking for a change up.


@uniconutrition ice cinnamon roll review
210 cal / 6f / 19c / 20p
Slightly smaller bar at 52g but good macro split to accompany it. Visually a very pleasing bar with a cinnamon nougat filling coating in white, then drizzled with cinnamon drizzle. Noticeable crisps throughout the bar to help with texture appeal.
Very soft bar when chewing with a bit of crunch from the crisps. You get a great blast of cinnamon from the get go and finished with a smooth vanilla icing finishing. The bar didn’t leave any unwanted aftertaste or graininess in the mouth. This bar is also gluten free. .
Overall – 8.5/10 very good bar and enjoyable to eat. Would definitely recommend trying this out

Blueberry Oat Bake


Just look at that beauty. Feast your eyes on the next treat you’re about to make for yourself. You might make with the intentions of sharing, but once you bite into this soft, fluffy, moist, delicious bar your not going to want to share. Eat it warm, cold, plain, or spice it up with toppings anyway is a good way as long as your eating it! 


I thought some fat free cool whip, fresh blueberries, and some cinnamon @epicspreads would be a great combo! 

Macros: Per 9 Slices

Calories – 150

Fat – 5.8g

Carbs – 15.6g

Protein – 7.8g


80g Oat Flour(ground up oatmeal)

44g or 1 scoop of Whey(I used MT Cinnamon)

100g Truvia or granulated sugar of choice

1/4 tsp Xanthan Gum(Optional. I added to experiment but not sure it made much difference.)

21g Lite butter 

28g Coconut Oil (melted)

115g 0% Plain Greek Yogurt

1 whole egg whipped

4 oz Low fat milk or milk of choice

46g Liquid egg whites

1 tsp vanilla extract 

1/4 tsp salt 

1 tsp cinnamon (optional)

75g Fresh Blueberries



(Preheat oven to 350 degrees)

(Prep steps: Whisk Eggs, Grind oats into flour, spay a 8×8 pan with non stick spray, use parchment paper if you would like, melt butter, melt coconut oil.) 

1. Add all of your dry mix together in a medium bowl and combine well. Feel free to add in your blueberries as well and gently cover them in your dry mix.

2. In a separate bowl add in all of your your wet mix.  Whisk everything together until combined. 

3. Proceed to add your dry mix into your wet, folding with a spatula gently well you do. Careful not to mash your blueberries. 

4. Place into prepared 8×8 pan and bake in the middle of the oven for roughly 25-30 minutes. Use the toothpick test to check if done to be sure.

5. Once baked, remove from oven and place on cooling rack for at least 15 minutes. After 15 minutes feel free to slice and eat!


I topped mine with fat free cool whip, fresh blueberries, and @epicspreads cinnamon peanut butter. This bake would also be fantastic with a bit of honey and a dash more of cinnamon paired with a hot cup of coffee for breakfast, a nice snack, or for dessert with a scoop of ice cream! Check out a few ice cream recipes here – Coffee Ice cream Nice Cream

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Here are a few things you might need to make this happen!

Nordic Ware 47500 Naturals Aluminum Commercial 8″ x 8″ Square Cake Pan, Silver
USA Pan Bakeware Square Cake Pan, 8 inch, Nonstick & Quick Release Coating, Made in the USA from Aluminized Steel
MuscleTech NitroTech Whey Protein Powder, Whey Isolate and Peptides, Cinnamon Swirl, 32 Ounce
Truvia Natural Sweetener Baking Blend 2.5LB
Viva Naturals Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, 16 Ounce
Epic Spreads Nut Butter (Cinnamon Roll Peanut Cashew Coconut)
Bob’s Red Mill Old Fashioned Regular Rolled Oats, 32-ounce (Pack of 4)
Xanthan Gum Gluten Free(8 oz) – USA Packaged & Filled in a Dedicated Gluten & Nut Free Facility
Simply Organic Ground Cinnamon, 2.08 Ounce
Watkins Original Extract, Baking Vanilla, 11 Ounce (Packaging may vary) 

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Phoros Nutrition Protein Pancakes


@phorosnutrition Protein pancake review.
1/2 cup svg – 220cal / 3f / 18c / 30p/ 2 fiber
First off, went to make 2 svgs as it directs a cup of water, but that was to much liquid so I had to add in another half svg to thicken it up. Good looking pancakes after cooked for the most part, but not extremely fluffy, and they cook fast. Definitely not a pancake I would eat plain, but with a good syrup it doesn’t taste bad. It’s a bit dry of a cake, that could be either from the oat Flour, or whey concentrate, and the cake itself could use a bit more base flavor. Macros for the cakes themselves are pretty solid, and similar to brands like @flapjacked , but these are slightly lower carb and higher protein. Yield for a batch is also pretty similar to competitors as well. 2-4 cakes per svg depending on size. Ingredient list is fairly short as only 6 things listed, so you know everything going in which is a plus. Worth mentioning that this blend is 0 sugar! .
Overall I gotta go with a 6/10. Macros are good, but taste needs improvement.
Protein Pancake Mix by Phoros Nutrition High Protein Low Carb Original Recipe, 1lb

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Low cal Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins


Weathers getting colder so one thing that means other than PUMPKIN SPICE EVERYTHING is that zucchinis are in abundance. I have one sitting on my counter as I type this that is over 4lbs!! Now I eat plenty of veggies for the both of us, but I do know some people have a hard time getting in those healthy green goodies. I decided I would incorporate them into a delicious muffin to make life easy! Traditionally people will make zucchini bread, but then I have to deal with slicing, toasting, adding spreads, etc where as a muffin all I have to do is eat it =D


  • Cals – 95
  • Fat – 2.7
  • Carbs – 13
  • Protein – 7

Dry Ingredients

  • 50g Vanilla whey
  • 90g Wheat Flour
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ¼ tsp nutmeg
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 52g Truvia

Wet Ingredients

  • 28g Butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla
  • 150g 0% Greek Yogurt
  • 2oz Almond Milk

Instructions – Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

  1. Shred 200g of Zucchini then squeeze out the water. Set aside
  2. In a separate bowl place in all of your dry ingredients, and mix well
  3. In a small bowl melt your butter and set aside to let cool slightly
  4. Crack your eggs in a bowl and whisk until broken down. Then add in your vanilla, Greek yogurt, zucchini, and milk. Finally add in your melted butter, and mix well
  5. Now dump all of your wet mix into your dry mix and combine.
  6. Lastly sprinkle your chocolate chips into the batter and mix well.
  7. Spray your muffin tin and pour batter in.
  8. Bake in the middle of your oven for 15 minutes at 350 degrees
  9. Pop out of the oven when muffins are done. Place them on a cooling rack for 10 minutes to let finish cooling.
  10. Once 10 minutes is up, pop them out of the tin and place back on the cooling rack to finish cooling.
  11. Enjoy!!


Things you may need

Quest Nutrition Protein Powder, Vanilla Milkshake, 22g Protein, Soy Free, 2lb Tub

100% Stone Ground Whole Wheat Flour, 5lbs

Truvia Baking Blend Natural Sweetener 24 OZ(Pack Of 2)

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100cal Orange and Cherry Muffins


So, I love muffins. I dislike all of the fat that is usually accompanied with them. They are so good, with so many different flavor combos. Unfortunately, I don’t travel out to get them as they take a toll on my macros. Lucky for you all I can do a bit of baking! I whipped up these Orange and Cherry muffins well keeping in mind, LOW FAT!

Well…… I came through guys. 100 calories for these delicious muffins. Actually 94 cals to be exact!


  • Cals – 94
  • Fat – .8g
  • Carbs – 10.1g
  • Protein – 7.5g
  • Fiber – 2.3g



    • 4 Scoops GNC Orange Lean Shake(Can use regular protein but will need to adjust. Lean shake is 104g total grams of powder, but it also has some carbs/fiber with it. Might just need to add in more of a fat source going straight protein)
    • 21g Coconut Flour

Bob’s Red Mill – Organic Coconut Flour, 16 Ounces

    • 10g Truvia or granulated sugar of choice

Truvia Natural Sweetener, Baking Blend, 1.5 Pound

  • 14g Splenda Brown Sugar Blend
  • 8g SF FF Vanilla Pudding mix
  • 138g(3svg)  Liquid Egg whites
  • 200g 0% Plain Greek yogurt
  • 40g Dried Cherries
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla
  • 1/4-1/2 Orange Extract(more extract if not using orange protein powder)
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. In a bowl place your protein, coconut flour, sweeteners, baking powder and pudding mix. Combine all ingredients well.
  3. Next place in your eggs, vanilla, yogurt, and orange extract. Combine into dry mix.
  4. I then placed 15g of my dried cherries into the mix and stirred well.
  5. Place batter evenly into a sprayed muffin tin. I got 10 total. Adjust for macros and desired size.
  6. Place remaining cherries on top of each muffin,. I averaged 2-3 per muffin.
  7. Place on the middle rack of your oven and bake for 15-18 minutes. Baking times vary from protein to protein.
  8. Use the toothpick method to check if done. Once Done, pull out and place on cooling rack.
  9. After 10 minutes, remove from muffin tin and place back on cooling rack to finish baking.

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Luna Bars

Here’s a link to a variety box! Luna Bar Variety Sampler Set (Pack of 12)



@lunabar white chocolate Macadamia – 7f/25c/9p
High expectations as this is one of my favorite flavor combos.
Very strong but pleasant smell of vanilla with a hint of cinnamon. Texture just like a rice crispy, with a good chew. Coating of white chocolate on the bottom, and a drizzle on top. Don’t get to much Macadamia nut unfortunately, I would say maybe make the pieces a bit bigger. A few bites did have good combo of flavor tho. Overall macros are not that great but it was enjoyable to eat. I will definitely be eating more of these to try their flavors

7.8/10 would get higher if macros were better.



@lunabar smores review.
Overall weak macros. Designed for women I would assume it to be lower in calories. Anyway, decent smell when opening. Chocolate meets Graham cracker. Rice crispy top coated in chocolate. Good chew when your eating this, and the chocolate coating on the bottom is nice. No real marshmallow found when eating this bar. Maybe they counting it as whats holding the rice crispy together? If this woulda had little chunks of marshmallow this woulda reminded me of those granola smores bars I ate when I was younger.
7/10 decent taste, but not smores.
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Muscle Frosting



@youfreshnaturals muscle frosting review
Cookies & cream – 13f/8c/10p – first Smell is a bit of CnC, decent macros for a spread. Unfortunately I’m not a huge fan. Very grainy texture, and it doesn’t have a ton of actually flavor IMO. Hint of cookies n creme then it kinda fades away by the time you swallow it. You definitely get to the cashew flavor quick. Definitely wouldn’t be a Sammy spread or something like that. Would be more of a spoon eating spread. Needs more ‘cnc’ flavor definitely.
Cookie dough – 14f/7c/10p – get mainly just a chocolate smell. Also very grainy texture. Chocolate on top is pretty cool but it’s kind of a thick layer with not a ton of sweetness. More of a coco flavor. More of a spoon spread. The chocolate could be used to spread I suppose. The cookie dough by itself is also slightly unsweetened as well, and it’s needing more flavor.