In rice papers, wrap anything that you have in your fridge that sounds good! What a great use for leftovers.
Put all ingredients in saucepan, bring to a boil, cover and shut off heat. (most people overcook oatmeal!) Top with lots of fruit: we like blueberries and mango but use whatever you like….just use lots! Frozen is fine, too!
Dump everything in your blender. Blend until smooth, or reaches your favorite consistency. Amounts are approximate. Check the consistency after blending for about 15 seconds. Add more liquid if you like it more like a drink. Add more “stuff”, if you like it more like a milkshake! Enjoy!
Mix together and roll into balls and freeze. For an added taste and texture, roll the balls in shredded coconut before freezing. Don’t tell your kids they’re eating kale and spinach until they try them!
Place the sunflower seeds and garbanzo beans in a bowl to soak in water overnight and sprout 1-2 days until there are tiny tails.
Add the vanilla protein, cinnamon, and ground oats in large bowl. Give a few stirs to incorporate all ingredients. Add in the maple syrup, nut butter, and vanilla extract.
Rinse & drain cashews. Rinse & pat dry kale leaves. Remove center stems & cut each leaf into 4-6 pieces. Put all ingredients except leaves into food processor & blend until fairly smooth puree.
Every coach wants to provide cutting edge training techniques to help their athletes become the very best athlete that they can be. But they CAN”T do it all. Several other things go into to creating a TOP Athlete.
First: and you will be surprised by this, sleep is key. Unless your athlete/child is getting sufficient sleep, they can’t incorporate the gains made during their training sessions. Children need more sleep than adults and child athletes (and adult athletes) need even more.