Sugar-Free Peaches and Cream Shake with Naturlax

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As the weather starts to warm up, we wanted to share a recipe that’s perfect for sunny days. Even though peaches aren’t in season just yet, we grabbed some frozen peaches to create this refreshing milkshake! To see what fruits are currently in season, click here.

Is it a milkshake or a smoothie? We’ll let you decide. Either way, its tasty! 

But of course, this isn’t just an ordinary milkshake or smoothie. This recipe contains our favorite super nutrient; fiber! Fiber is a prebiotic that feeds the good bacteria in your gut. So, not only is this recipe tasty, but the good bacteria in your gut will love it too! 

We made the Peaches and Cream Shake keto-friendly for our beloved keto community members. By eliminating added sugars, health-conscious moms don’t have to worry about giving their kids harmful ingredients. Even our naturally-flavored Fiber Powder never contains any added sugar! So, not only does our fiber powder come in so many delicious flavors, it’s also sugar-free! 

When you add our fiber powders into kid-friendly recipes, they are able to increase their fiber intake. Check out our blog Constipation in Your Children: Three Easy Ways to Relieve It to learn more! 

Peaches and Cream Fiber Shake

This Peaches and Cream Shake contains real peaches and plant-based fiber. By adding in a super nutrient we're eliminating dessert guilt. So, you and your gut can feel good after this shake!
Total Time 5 mins
Course Dessert, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1

Equipment

  • Blender

Ingredients
  

Instructions
 

  • Place the ice cream, almond milk, frozen peaches, and fiber powder into the blender.
  • On a medium speed, blend the ingredients until desired consistency is reached.
  • Pour into a glass and enjoy!
Keyword Healthy Recipes for Kids, Keto Breakfast, Keto Snack, Peaches and Cream, Sugar Free, Vegan Dessert
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The Breakfast Debate & Banana Chai Fiber Oat Cups Recipe

These Banana Chai Oat Cups are amazing and nutritious to keep you feeling at your best! Of course, it contains our favorite super food; fiber. They’re easy to make and you can even save them in the morning for a nutritious breakfast. Because they say breakfast is “the most important meal of the day”, but is it really? Let’s discuss.

Is Breakfast as Important as They Say?

We have been made believe those who eat breakfast are generally more healthy than those who don’t.

BUUUT these statements are based on observational studies and not real science. Basically, those previous studies decided breakfast was the significant factor and ignored the real significant factor of lifestyle.

Actual Science Has Shown…

Generally, people who eat breakfast eat things like fiber (oatmeal, yogurts, breads). And by now, you should know a high-fiber diet reduces the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and weight gain. Which is all the things researchers decided what makes breakfast eaters healthier. Also, breakfast eaters generally have more active and health-conscious habits like exercising and drinking water.

While those who don’t eat breakfast, typically don’t have the same lifestyle. They are typically smokers and heavy drinkers. And yeah, those lifestyles lead to heart disease and numerous other health effects. So, our research leads us to believe breakfast does NOT determine if a person is healthy or not. 

In addition, we learned from our previous blog post, how fasting benefits the body. And we don’t mean not eating for a whole day, but more so simple intermittent fasting. But note, fasting isn’t for everyone. In fact, Registered dietitians encourage you to listen to your hunger cues more so than worrying about “the most important meal of the day”.

Let Fiber be Apart of Your First Meal

Whether you choose to break-your-fast, at 8am or 12pm, we want to focus on why you should include fiber with your first meal

Fiber is a complex carbohydrate that your body doesn’t easily digest. Which is good. This means high-fiber foods sit in your stomach longer than simple carbohydrates, like sugar. This is why you’ll more feel full after eating a bowl of oatmeal than a bowl of sugary cereal. 

And, let’s not forget the beautiful bathroom experiences we have when eating a high-fiber diet. Ahh…such a relief! 

The Recipe

These Banana Chai Oat Cups can be a great breakfast or snack at the time you feel is right for your body. They are packed with a ton of fiber from the oats and Naturlax! Our Chai Flavored Fiber Powder is what gives these oat cups their delicious flavor. They are great for adults and kids. So, pack it with your lunch or a child’s lunch. 

If you like this easy recipe, check out Pumpkin Vegan Oat Bars!

Banana Chai Oat Cups

These Banana Chai Oat Cups are amazing and nutritious to keep you feeling your best! Of course, it contains our favorite super food; fiber. They're easy to make and you can even save them in the morning for a nutritious breakfast.
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Servings 6

Equipment

  • Small Mixing Bowl
  • Large Mixing Bowl
  • Spatula
  • Cupcake Paper Cups
  • Muffin Pan

Ingredients
  

  • 3 cups Old Fashioned Oats
  • 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1/2 tsp Himalayan Salt
  • 2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
  • 1/4 cup Organic Maple Syrup
  • 1 Chai Flavored Fiber Packet
  • 6 oz Water
  • 1 cup Unsweetened Almond Milk

Instructions
 

  • Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. In a small bowl, mix the Chai Fiber Packet with water until the mixture has reached a gel-like consistency. Set aside
  • In a large mixing bowl, combine the dry and wet ingredients along with the chai/water mixture.
  • Place into muffin pan and bake for 15-17mins. Then, enjoy or save for the next morning for the perfect on-the-go breakfast.
Keyword Banana, Healthy Recipes for Kids, Oatcups, Oatmeal, Vegan Breakfast
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