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Homemade Granola


50g dried cranberries

200g gluten free, old fashioned rolled oats

10tbsp extra virgin olive oil

50g pumpkin seeds

100g maple syrup

30g walnuts

1tbs flax seed

1tsp vanila extract

0.5tsp Himalayan salt 


Crush walnuts and pumpkin seeds into a small pieces in a food processor. Don't mix for too long not to get a powder. 

Mix all ingredients in a big bowl and let it soak olive oil and maple syrup for a few mins. 

Spread granola in a tray and bake at 170C for about 30mins. Let it cool down for another 30mins so it will become crunchy.


494 cals

6.8g protein

33.3g fat

41.6g carb

Coconut Ice Cream


400g coconut cream (1 can)

2 scoops of protein powder

1tbsp stevia

50g mixed berries


Mix all together and pour in a mold. 

I get 6 ice cream, and each one has

Calories 150

Protein 9.1g 

Fat 12.3g

Carb 2.5g

Gluten Free & Sugar Free Blueberry Muffins

Instructions & video below


300g almond flour

3tbsp coconut flour

1tsp baking powder

1tsp baking soda

1tsp salt


150ml maple syrup

1tbs stevia (optional, i like better without)

2tsp vanilla extract 7tbsp extra virgin coconut oil

100g blueberries

Instructions: In a bowl add almond flour, coconut flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt. Mix together and put on a side.

In a large bowl add eggs, maple syrup, vanilla extract, coconut oil and stevia (if you go with that option). Mix well together. Then, add flour mixture to it and again mix all together.

Add blueberries and stir well. Preheat owen to 170C. Divide mixture into 12 portions. I used paper cups so muffins didn’t stick to the pan, but you can instead use oil spray.

Bake for about 25mins.

1 muffin nutrition facts (in a 12 muffin portion)

Calories: 283

Protein: 7.1g

Fat 22g

Carb: 16.8g


Buckwheat pancakes & chocolate almond butter

Now this is the breakfast you can't wait to wake up for the next day and have it again.

Buckwheat is very healthy and you can find it in any supermarket but it's just not so 'popular'. It's highly nutritious seed and naturally doesn't contain gluten. It can help manage diabetes, lower bad cholesterol, improve digestion, promote weight loss...

Check the video & instructions below.


A healthy pancake recipe with high protein almond butter


1 egg

1 banana

3 tbsp buckwheat flour (I make my own - end of the video)

1tsp vanilla extract

1tbsp extra virgin coconut oil

1tbsp almond butter

1scoop of protein powder

1tbsp cocoa powder

50ml (or more, as per need) almond milk

Directions: In a pot add banana, buckwheat, egg and vanilla extract and mix until you get a smooth mixture. On non sticky pan add some coconut oil and bake pancakes. For the toping, mix almond butter, protein powder, cocoa powder and almond milk with spoon. Ready to serve in less then 20mins. As an additional topping you can use banana, berries…

Nutrition facts:

Cals 520

Protein: 40g

Carb: 57g

Fat: 17g


Homemade Peanut Butter (or Any Nut Butter)

All you need is to blend raw peanuts or almonds for 2-3min. 

Why buy peanut/almond butter that is full of sugar and other artificial ingredients when you can pay less and have your own 100% nut nut butter?


Ivana Pesic

My Fit Path