Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls + Boot Camp Sign Up!

I was playing in my kitchen on Sunday which is something I like to do!  During the week, I never really get the chance.  I’ve been doing some experimenting with coconut flour!  Do you guys use it?  Coconut flour is a great alternative to wheat and other grain flours.  It’s high in protein and fiber and of course is gluten free!  It’s important to know coconut flour has a very different consistency and can’t be replaced at 1:1 ratio when baking or cooking with it.  Want more info on cooking and baking with coconut flour?  Check out this site.

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I’ve also got some BIG news!!  As you all know I trained my first client this week.  Well, I’ve picked up another one!  I’m having a blast and loving every second.  Additionally, I decided to go for my Tabata Boot Camp certification!  There is a conference coming to town here in a few weeks and I couldn’t let the opportunity pass me by.  I’m a huge fan of Tabata and HIIT and know that I will love every minute of this course.  You  can check out more information here!   Anyways, I so excited and promise to bring back lots of info to share with all of you!  I’d love to do a boot camp in my neighboorhood this summer!  I live walking distance from a great park with a running track!  It would be an awesome place for an early morning sweatfest!

Today is the last day to enter for a bag of Hemp Hearts.  Keep on telling me how you stay heart healthy.  I love reading all of your responses.

Have a good one!

 

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22 Responses to Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls + Boot Camp Sign Up!

  1. These sound great! Anything with pb and chocolate chips gets my attention. I really like cooking with coconut flour, but you’re right it’s much different than cooking with regular flour.

  2. YUM & Good for you!!!
    Off for a run to keep heart healthy!
    Debbie @ Healthy Running Mom recently posted…Coconut PB tofuMy Profile

  3. Melissa Prange says:

    A Boot Camp?? Depending on how close you are to me, I would sign up!!!! 🙂 I love me some Tabata workouts. They are my new fave thing to do (besides running).

  4. I have just recently tried coconut flour . . . . and I LOVE it. I make a cookie dough crumble with it all the time for a snack. It’s so tasty–I can’t believe I didn’t try it earlier.
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  5. Oh wow! These look amazing!!! My mouth is watering lol! I’ve never heard of coconut flour…will have to give it a try!
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  6. Congrats on getting your second client! That is super exciting 🙂 These peanut butter balls looks like a fabulous snack! I can’t wait to make them!
    Becky @ Olives n Wine recently posted…Mango-Jalapeno Salsa + Mystic Harvest ChipsMy Profile

  7. I love coconut flour, it really tastes amazing in baked goods. Congratulations on getting a second client, that is really exciting. I am interested in seeing the tabata workouts you will be sharing too! 😉
    Sarah @ makingthymeforhealth recently posted…Baked Blueberry Lemon Yogurt DonutsMy Profile

  8. Laura says:

    I love the whole concept of Tabata and already do them quite often! 4 minutes a round– it goes so quickly, plus I love the intensity of the sessions

  9. love coookie dough balls of any flavors!!
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  10. Michelle says:

    The recipe sounds great! I am glad Angela got us SPA’s connected this week!
    🙂

  11. I love making protein bites like this but have never tried coconut flour. I have a ton so might have to give it a try!
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