In honor of St.
Party’s Patty’s Day we had fun cooking yesterday. Y’all know I love to swap out ingredients and choose the best options for my family. I love experimenting and sneaking protein powder into recipes and this protein puppy chow recipe turned out so perfect!
This lucky little leprechaun came home to find my pot of gold the other day!
I got a HUGE box of (ironically, green) Nutrakey products to test out and see if I approved of the ingredients, flavor, company, etc and possibly work with them. #TeamGreen comin’ in clutch with the perfect timing!
I have loved everything and am really impressed with the company and product standards…. soooo I am now partnering with Nutrakey!
This is exciting for me, but I never ever work with a company unless it aligns with my life. I refuse to recommend products just for the sake of making money.
I also always want to make sure that there is value to YOU! Through this partnership, I get to offer you 30% off products with my code: kaylav. **Yes, as an ambassador, I do get paid a percentage of sales which is how I have made blogging my main income (or really how I can afford to even keep this running haha).**
Thank you for that and all of the support you have always shown me! I truly love blogging and creating content that is helpful and informative for you all!
So I will exclusively be using Nutrakey and you’re going to see a lot of my recipes using it as well. Hence this magically delicious gem today!
PROTEIN PUPPY CHOW + luck sprinkled in!
I’m usually more of a savory/salty kinda gal, but sometimes it’s fun to be festive. The Lucky Charms aren’t healthy, of course, but they definitely make this fun to eat.
Instead of traditional puppy chow that uses: gobs of peanut butter, even more chocolate chips, rice cereal, and powdered sugar…
Protein Puppy Chow: natural peanut butter, chocolate chips, coconut oil, honey, high fiber Van’s cereal and Nutrakey Whey Optima PROTEIN POWDER. (again, my code is kaylav for 30% off)
I’m not saying this snack is healthy or sugar free… the point I am trying to make here is that you at least get some protein along with the fats and carbs, as well as some added fiber. So it IS a better option in my opinion.
Quinn and my mom really enjoyed it so I can officially say it’s kid-tested, mother-approved!
I also experimented with a Shamrock Shake (recipe here on Insta) and cheesecake but that treat I will be saving for my next series of ebooks. wink wink.
I hope you all have a fun holiday! It’s one of my favorites and I will be day-drinking with the hubs!
What are your plans?