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Protein Pancakes!

by Katie on June 29, 2015

in Extracurricular

Hey everyone! This week I’d like to introduce my new favorite thing to make for breakfast (and sometimes even for dinner!) – Protein Pancakes! To many of you out there that may have tried protein pancakes in the past that left a bad taste in your mouth… I encourage you to give these puppies another try.

Protein Pancake Recipe:
1 scoop of Protein Powder (my favorite is the PGX chocolate from my work)
1 egg
½ medium (ripe) banana
1-2 tablespoons of almond milk, coconut milk or regular milk
Optional: add coconut, chocolate chips, blueberries or anything your heart desires to the batter.

Directions: Take all ingredients and combine thoroughly in a bowl. Oil a griddle/pan with coconut oil spray or with oil and heat to medium heat. Use a spoon or ¼ cup measuring cup to spoon out batter on the hot griddle. When pancakes begin to bubble on top, flip pancakes.
This recipe is super simple and easy to make! If you don’t have protein powder available, you can make a mini pancake recipe by replacing the scoop of protein powder with 1/4 cup of flour of your choice.

Comment below if you decide to make your own!
Here’s a picture of my protein pancake recipe :)

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This semester I’m taking a class called Experimental Foods.  In that class, we choose an “alternative” style recipe to work with the entire semester to perfect.  For example, instead of mac n’ cheese-  dairy free mac n’ cheese or low sugar brownie made with black beans instead of a regular brownie.

In my group, we are creating an allergen free French toast (free of the 8 common allergens, including eggs, dairy, and wheat).   It’s been an adventure since a) I LOVE French toast and b) it’s a bit of a challenge getting the texture right with zero eggs!

It’s also encouraged me to make French toast a ton at home.  This recipe is NOT the recipe we are using in class, but more-so my own creation based off a standard French toast recipe.

 

Ingredients:

2 slices ezekial bread

1 egg

1/4 cup almond milk

1 tbsp vanilla protein powder

1 tsp vanilla

dash of cinnamon and nutmeg

Top with:

Cinnamon, raspberries and vanilla greek yogurt, yumm :) !

Directions:

Whisk egg, vanilla, almond milk, and spices into a bowl

Dip toast in mixture, soak both sides.

Heat oil on  griddle to medium low heat.

Add toast to hot griddle and cook about 2-3 minutes per side, or until browned.

** You can certainly add your own toppings or change what type of milk you choose!  Get creative & Enjoy :)

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Hello everyone,

Does anyone know that this month is the National Nutrition Month? Few months ago, the undergraduate students in the HES Department began planning different activities on campus for the National Nutrition Month. Some of you may have seen that there was food tasting at the library and there a food display in AB Hall too. This first week we will be showing college students and staff how to eat more healthily at campus! So please go check it out to see our awesome display! :D

-KATHY

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Hello Fontbonne students and faculty,

How’s everyone doing? I hope everyone had a wonderful winter break and is now full of energy to work and study hard in this semester! Since I am a graduate student studying nutrition, this semester I would like to share some of my useful and interesting nutrition knowledge for you all! Hope you all will like learning about it.

This week I’d like to talk about some important micronutrients that help boost up your immune system to fight against the seasonal illness “FLU”. Does anyone know that some vitamins like VITAMIN A, C, and E help protect you from getting sick? The followings are some foods that are high in those vitamins:

Vitamin A: helps build up your immune system and protect you from infection! Foods such as carrots, sweet potatoes, apricots, kale, spinach, red bell peppers.

Vitamin C: helps stimulate production of antibodies >>> antibodies help fight against bacteria. Foods such as orange, lemon, red bell peppers, tomatoes, grapefruit, etc.

Vitamin E: antioxidants help remove free radicals>>>> improve immune function. Foods such as sunflower seeds, almonds, peanut butter, fortified cereals. *p.s.: Vitamin E helps your skin get prettier too :) *

Hope this little nutrition information help you fight against the easonal FLU and prevents you from getting sick easily :)

– Kathy

 

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Fuel Up for a Good Semester!

by Katie February 3, 2015

I have to admit it’s been hard getting back into the swing of things this semester. Fortunately, after years of practice, (it is my senior year, after all..) I feel like I can roll with the punches and balance friends, school, and work better than ever. One thing that helps me stay sane during times […]

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Deck Ryan Hall with Healthy Vending

by Frances November 25, 2014

Tonight I salute the Ryan Hall Healthy vending machine.  Without its chilled mozzarella cheese stick I doubt I would have been inspired to finish reading that 23 page print out about Shakespeare.  It probably would have been pushed aside like many printouts before him: the Moliere reading due next week, that darned final paper research, […]

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Great Volunteer Experience at Fontbonne University

by Kathy November 20, 2014

Hi everyone, I’d like to share with you all my great volunteer experience for my Dietetics Internship Program. In the early part of this semester, I was charged with a catering project for the graduate students admission ceremony on November 6. I and my other three classmates were required to come up with food for […]

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The Best (and Healthist) STL Eats!!

by Hannah November 17, 2014

What I’ve appreciated most since coming to the 314 is the abundance of things to do and try! There is always something new to experience, whether the local music scene or an eclectic art show. My favorites have definitely been the awesome eateries. Here’s my top, nutrition-intern-approved spots to grab a bite. Click on the link […]

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Acceptance of Diversity

by Katie November 17, 2014

  If I’ve learned one thing this year at Fontbonne, it’s cultural competence.  Cultural competence is one of the greatest qualities you can acquire to further your acceptance of the people and cultures around you.  There are may ways to “culture” yourself… Books, forming new friendships & acquaintances and even trying the food of a […]

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These are a few of my favorite things…

by Raven September 29, 2014

Okay, I’ve lived in Saint Louis my whole life, and I love my city! Wouldn’t trade it for the world. As you can imagine, I also have a list of places that I LOVE to go when I have free time. I would list them all but we don’t have a billion years to spare […]

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