Friday, September 13, 2013

#RECIPEFRIDAY: Banana Peanut Butter Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Protein Cookies!

I can't believe it's already Friday!

Seriously...

This week has flown by even in my attempt to...

Slow it down!

One hot and sweaty run!

Seeing that The Slow Down Challenge is officially over (no more morning updates...le sigh!)...

I will continue being mindFUl about slowing things down and pacing myself day to day.


To be honest...

The past few days have really opened my eyes in many respects and...

Because of that...

I will be taking more time to re-focus my attention towards certain things! (That I believe need more attention...such as ideas, goals, things that I've put on the backburner really...)

As the challenge made me look FUrther into the notion of savouring, enjoying (more than what I was already doing)...


It also made view...

The notion of being busy and the 'interruptions' life may present us with, differently! (In a way that adds to the FUllness of life and our growth as individuals!)

I have to admit...

Every time I was 'interrupted' this week amongst all of my 'busyness'...

I saw each 'interruption' as an opportunity to slow down! (Which it totally did!)

Please interrupt me ;)


Needless to say...

This challenge has been a good one for me!


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Alright so...

Seeing that's it's #RECIPEFRIDAY and all...

This means that I get to share a recipe with you today!

I know...
Exciting ;)

I gotta say...

After putting a call out for recipe inspiration last week...

Holy drool!

My goodness did you all come to the rescue in getting my creative juices going again!

Yep...
That would be a foam roller to the left lol

So much so that...

I created a strange but good combination that I hope you will enjoy too!


So what do I have?

Well...

This!


Banana Peanut Butter Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Protein Cookies

by *CaNdY FiT*
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 15-20 minutes
Ingredients (6-8 cookies)

misc
  1. If you don't have the Cinnamon Raisin Swirl PB, use regular peanut butter (or PB2), 1 tsp cinnamon and 1 tbsp dried raisins.
  2. You can also add 1/3 cup Oatmeal
Instructions
  1. Pre-heat your oven to bake at 350F
  2. In a bowl, mash the banana (you can heat it up in the microwave for 20 seconds to soften it)
  3. Add the remaining ingredients then, mix together with a spoon
  4. On a lightly sprayed cookie sheet, spoon in your mixture making 6-8 cookie-like shapes (or balls)
  5. Place in the oven and bake for about 15 minutes (keep watch as each oven is different)
  6. Remove from oven, let cool and enjoy!

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Okay so...

Now it's your turn to share!

If you have a recipe you've been making and loving...

Link up!

Have a great weekend everyone!


Questions FU You...

How do you react to life's interruptions? When you are in the middle of something?
Plans for the weekend?

Stay Tuned FU More On *CaNdY FiT*

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40 comments:

  1. I want those cookies! Such a simple recipe, too. And I've loved your reminders to slow down this week- I'm working on it!

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    1. I love simple :)

      I'm still working on taking things slow!

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  2. Those cookies sound great - I love the small batch -- that's one serving, right? ;-)

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  3. Thanks for the link up! Um...those cookies look amazing, and with the addition of zevia? Genius! Will add that to the list, behind your noodle bowl which I can't wait to make this weekend!

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    1. I hope you enjoyed both recipes! :)

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  4. Oh yes, cookies! Those look delicious and I love raisins!
    I linked up an old recipe of mine, but I wanted to share my favorite pumpkin recipe since fall is around the corner and pumpkin everywhere! Have a lovely weekend pretty lady!

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    1. Oh yes, the perfect time to share a very season recipe :)

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  5. that's like all my favorite flavors in ONE! yay! and i love that pace yourself info. NEED IT!

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  6. Those cookies look fantastic!!! Would never have thought to add Zevia!! Brilliant!

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  7. holy yum cookies!! banana peanut butter cinnamon all go so well together!!!

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  8. Those cookies look so delicious!! Glad I was able to add a recipe for the second week in a row :)

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  9. Your cookies look amazing!! I saw PB & banana in your post title, so I had to hurry & head on over! You got my attention! :)

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    1. hehehe! PB and Banana would get my attention any day!

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  10. Yum! How'd ya fit so much yummy stuff in one recipe??? ;) Happy Friday!

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  11. yum these look delicious! I'm pinning these! Have a great weekend! (:

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  12. Those cookies look amazing!!! Thanks for sharing another awesome recipe Candy!

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  13. I love the ways to pace yourself (would totally work with running too!). I have really tried to make a conscious effort over the past year to slow myself down. And thanks for the recipe. I need to spend a month straight in the kitchen making everything I pin!

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    1. hahhaha me too! I have so many recipes I want to make!

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  14. Once marathon training is over I'm SO slowing down! MMM Mix cinnamon and raisin in anything and you're golden!

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  15. Wow your protein cookies looks great! Make some for me and ship them over! ;) I can't believe it's Friday either, this week has flown by. Vacation is coming up in 2 weeks for me! Yay!

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  16. Must make today! These sound amazing!

    I need to put more effort into the slowdown, although I have to say, I am taking a pretty good down day today!

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    1. I hope you liked them!

      I'm planning for more slow days..yes, days! lol

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  17. These looks so good!!
    And they sound low in processed sugar too?! Yes! Gotta try it!

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  18. Oh WOW - love that you found a way to put Zevia in a cookie!! I don't really drink "cokes" normally, but this I'm curious about. :)

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  19. Hang in there with everything, Kierston! And thank you for the reminder to be strong with any of life's interruptions.

    Great cookie recipe.

    Happy weekend to you!

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  20. Happy weekend...enjoy smelling the roses!

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  21. LOVE that recipe!!!! Love the slow down even more - amen!

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  22. Simple recipes are the best for making and eating! Yum!

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  23. Love this flavor combo!!! I started using Zevia to make mugcakes. The cherry cola made a great chocolate cake addition!

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  24. ZEVIA lives down the street from me. We are practically neighbors. Have breakfast together... Lunch and dinner too! MAN DO I LOVEEEE THAT STUFF!!

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  25. So glad to hear that the slow down challenge was such a good experience for you. I do need to do it because I know that I've been busy-ing myself since returning from vacation instead of retaining the sense of slowing down and being present. Have a great weekend!

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  26. Sounds like a great challenge - I need to remember and slow down and breathe! the cookies look yummy too!

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    1. It is a great challenge! It's not too late to sign up :)

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  27. Oh whoa that is such a crazy coincidence! I made similar cookies the other day (same PB and all!) but... no banana - this is definitely making an addition in my next batch! So simple, SO tasty!

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  28. Cookies look awesome! I'll have to try them out :)

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