1. Angel

    Thank.s for the recipes! I use almond butter instead of peanut better and it,s just as good. Otherwise the recipes are great!

  2. Meg

    It seems like the protein foods are really high in carbs too! The black bean dip- 39g of carbs?? The single- serve protein yogurt dip- 44 g of carbs?? The butterscotch energy bites- 30g of carbs?? How can you substitute ingredient wise so there’s not so much carbs?

    1. Devin Olsen

      Hi Meg 🙂 Many of the recipes provide 10g of carbs or less for those trying to eat a lower carb diet, but for those recipes which have higher carb counts, you can remove the primary carb source (tortilla, rice cake, etc.)

  3. dawn

    l Recipes look great but looks like there is a lot of credibility issues. Not good!

    1. Devin Olsen

      I’m glad you like them Dawn 🙂 Thanks for letting us know, I’ll definitely double check them for any errors!

  4. Lissa

    Is there a printable version of this with pictures and recipes?

    Thanks so much!

    1. Devin Olsen

      Hi Lissa 🙂 Unfortunately there isn’t, but I’m glad you like them!

    2. Karen Korsgard

      I “printed” it as a PDF and saved it to my DropBox folder where I have the other eBooks!

  5. Jean McDowell

    Where do you get the Chocolate IdealLean Protein and the PB powder? Thank you.

      1. Kenna

        Also at places like Rossi’s, TJ Max and Marshall’s in the gourmet food section.

  6. Deborah Jellett

    The avocado egg salad with rice cake would not have that much protein:
    1 egg = 6 grams
    1/4 avocado = ~1 gram
    Rice cake = ~1 gram
    So about 8 grams rather than 15 grams

    1. Alyson McDonald

      Hi Deborah, thanks for catching that! I will get the right amounts updated on there!

      1. Kayce

        I love the recipes but for credibility purposes, you really should follow through and update the macros. These recipes do look great. Thank you!

  7. Jennifer Calleja

    What is the sugar-free substance? Aspartame, etc? as I some artificial sweeteners aren’t good for your bladder, etc.

  8. Lisa

    I feel like you calorie counting is a bit off. i.e. the fruit/nut yogurt thing. Yogurt 100 calories, Smuckers natural peanut butter is 210 for 2 tbsp. That’s 300 calories right there not counting honey/agave nectar, Protein powder or the fruit/nuts

    1. Kirsten Jackson

      Thanks for catching that Lisa, I made that fix! Just to note, the nutrition info only includes the dip, not the fruits/nuts in the because we wanted to leave those food choices up to you.

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