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Have a Ball in Honor of National Breakfast Month

Have a Ball in Honor of National Breakfast Month

Don’t skip this important meal because you’re in a time crunch! These easy ideas will get you fed and fueled for the day

September is National Breakfast Month, and what better way to celebrate than to share some delicious, easy to make recipes to start your day? Breakfast is actually so well-liked that we eat it whenever we can; according to a recent survey conducted by Krusteaz, 91 percent of Americans eat breakfast for dinner and 67 percent of respondents with children said they serve breakfast for dinner at least once a month!

Below are few tasty ideas for making breakfast both fun and portable, no matter what time of day you’re eating it. Simply layer and pack your food in Ball brand mason jars for an easy, ready-to-eat meal.

Yogurt is a popular protein and a calcium-packed favorite for the morning. These make-ahead fruit and yogurt parfaits are not only beautiful, but filling! They’re easy to assemble on Sunday night and delicious to eat later that week.

Source: Iowa Girl Eats

Try a new twist on classic oatmeal with overnight oats. Use an eight-ounce jar for the perfect serving size.

Source: Skinny Taste

Looking for something sweeter? Try this recipe with cherry chia jam that tastes as decadent as it looks!

Source: Blissful Basil

Chia pudding has been a recent darling of health and nutrition gurus. Instead of buying it premade, create your own for a superfood-filled treat to start the day and store in an eight-ounce Collection Elite jar.

Source: It All Started With Paint

For more inspirational ideas, visit Ball Canning Jar’s Pinterest page.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies

Chewy, delicious, and gluten free, these Sweet Potato Cookies are a great post-workout snack, breakfast, or dessert. They&rsquore studded with whole grain oats, raisins, and chocolate chips for a delicious and healthy treat.

Thank you to Cyclebar Uptown for sponsoring this post! For more information on my post policy, see the terms.

Happy Friday Veg World! This week on Instagram, I partnered with Cyclebar Uptown in honor of National Nutrition Month. I had so much fun creating content about sports nutrition for their audience! Throughout the week, I gave tips about pre- and post-workout fuel, hydration, healthy carbs for athletes, and more. To check it out and learn more, visit their Instagram page.

I created today&rsquos Sweet Potato Cookies in honor of this collaboration with my favorite local cycling spot. That&rsquos because they&rsquore a great way to refuel after a hard cardio workout.

For those of you who aren&rsquot familiar with Cyclebar, their classes are fast-paced workouts on stationary bikes, led by upbeat instructors who make killer playlists! Not only are they a blast, but they also give you an AMAZING workout.

I always sleep my best and feel full of energy the next day after my usual Thursday evening Cyclebar class. So if you&rsquore looking to switch up your workouts, or add something new to the mix, check &rsquoem out!

Want more oat-based snacks? Check out the Chocolate Cherry Pumpkin Oatmeal Bars and the Parsnip Carrot Cake Granola while you&rsquore here!

But don&rsquot worry, you won&rsquot need to go to a cycling class to enjoy these Oatmeal Raisin Sweet Potato Cookies -). They&rsquore great after pretty much any type of exercise. In fact, the best fuel after working out is a mix of carbohydrates and protein, and these cookies certainly fit that bill.

Why? Exercise, especially higher intensity workouts, can deplete your body&rsquos stores of carbohydrates. Even more, depending on the type of exercise, your muscles will undergo some breakdown and damage &ndash which, don&rsquot worry, is totally normal and healthy.

BUT it is important to replenish your body with the right foods to promote rebuilding and strengthening.

Enter: Sweet Potato Cookies. These cookies have complex carbohydrates from cooked sweet potato, rolled oats, and raisins, and protein from peanut butter, making them a great post-workout snack. Honestly, they would be a good pre-workout snack too.

They&rsquore great to prep in bulk and keep in your fridge and freezer all week long. Oh and they have a VEGETABLE in them, which you know I&rsquom pumped about!

You can even make a sandwich with two cookies and some extra peanut butter in the middle&hellip YUM. And they are delicious for breakfast too.


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