Take 30 Minutes and Bake Yourself This Unbelievably Delicious Berry Cobbler

Take 30 Minutes and Bake Yourself This Unbelievably Delicious Berry Cobbler

There are fewer sweeter things than a berry cobbler — not only in actual sweetness, but just the level of comfort you get from having a satisfying scoop of a warm, berry-filled satisfaction. The best part about our berry cobbler is that it’s got 7g net carbs per serving, so you can enjoy a double serving whenever you want. Because you deserve to have a little comfort food right about now. Check out the full recipe below, it’s berry delicious. Trust us, the recipe is better than that obvious pun. NUTRITIONAL INFO BERRY COBBLER Yields: 14 Servings |  Serving Size:  about 1/4 cup Calories:  127 | Protein: 5g  | Fat: 7g | Net Carb: 7g  Total Carb: 12g  Prep Time:  | Cook Time:  | Total Time:  Ingredients BERRY COBBLER FILLING 1 cup blueberries 2 cups blackberries 2 tbsp zero calorie sweetener 1 tsp lemon juice TOPPING Method Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and prepare a serving dish... Read More
Things to Never Say to Someone Looking to Lose Weight

Things to Never Say to Someone Looking to Lose Weight

When you hear that someone you know is looking to shed some pounds, your immediate reaction might be, “Why?” or “But you look great.” Whether it comes from a place of not understanding, competitiveness, or even genuine thought that they look great as is, those types of responses offer an unwanted opinion and lack of support for their journey. And it can be super annoying to hear these types of reactions! If someone is trying to lose weight, it’s their desire to do so—and they are not asking for your advice or judgment. The best you can do is be encouraging towards them and help in any way you can. And if they do lose weight, you should be happy for their progress, too! Plus, you don’t know the reason for losing weight. You might instantly assume it’s for materialistic reasons—to look skinnier and feel more confident. Yet, it could... Read More
Cool off This Summer With Quest Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream

Cool off This Summer With Quest Chocolate Chip Cookie Ice Cream

It’s July so there’s no better time to chill out with your own homemade chocolate chip cookie ice cream. This recipe is super quick to whip up, but does require you to wait a day for the ingredients to freeze, but once they do…hoo boy, are you in for a treat. Check out the full recipe below. NUTRITIONAL INFO CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE ICE CREAM Yields: 8 Servings |  Serving Size:  about 1/3 cup Calories:  181 | Protein: 6g  | Fat: 13g | Net Carb: 6g  Total Carb: 10g  Prep Time:  10 minutes | Freeze Time: 24 hours | Total Time: 1 day Ingredients DOUBLE CHOCOLATE SKEWERS Method In a mixing bowl, whisk together the yogurt, protein powder, almond milk, sweetener, vanilla and salt combined. Fold in the whipped heavy cream. Stir in cookie crumbles and chocolate chips transfer the mix to an ice cream maker and follow the directions, or transfer the mixture to a loaf pan and cover and freeze... Read More
You Have to Try These 3-Ingredient Chocolate Clusters ASAP

You Have to Try These 3-Ingredient Chocolate Clusters ASAP

The best recipes are simple recipes. You can’t get much simpler than 3 ingredients… maybe cereal and milk, or butter and toast, but those are pre-made. Our Chocolate Clusters require a Quest Snack Bar (delicious by itself, of course), some unsweetened chocolate chips, and a little bit of salt. Simple. It probably took you more time to read this than to whip up this recipe. Okay, maybe not quick, but I’ll stop talking so you can get to enjoying. NUTRITIONAL INFO CHOCOLATE CLUSTERS Yields: 16 Servings |  Serving Size:  about 1 cluster Calories:  61 | Protein: 2g  | Fat: 5g | Net Carb: 6g  Total Carb: 8g  Prep Time:  5 minutes | Cook Time: 5 minutes | Total Time: 30 minutes (includes chilling time) Ingredients CHOCOLATE CLUSTERS Method Line a large sheet pan with parchment paper. Place the chocolate chips into a heat-proof bowl over a pot of simmering water. Stir the chips until they melt and the chocolate is... Read More
The Best Tips to Fall Asleep and Why You Need Those 7-8 Hours So Bad

The Best Tips to Fall Asleep and Why You Need Those 7-8 Hours So Bad

You know the feeling—you’re rolling around in bed and can’t seem to quiet your mind and fall asleep. And with quarantine and work from home living, it’s hard to keep track of time and go to bed right when you want to. (Hello Netflix binging!) Yet, if you don’t get those needed 7-8 hours of nightly shut-eye, you could put your health at risk, and yes, wake up feeling groggy, fatigued, hungry and irritable. Of course, one night of less sleep is not a big deal, but you don’t want to make it a habit in the week, since that lack of sleep can surely add up. And not sleeping may increase cravings and affect your appetite regulation, as well as lower your immunity and decrease your performance during workouts. Yikes. It can be a struggle though, especially if you’re feeling stressed out or are in a pattern of going... Read More