Sarah Grace, Founder of Fresh Fit N Healthy, author of the book Chasing Freedom, a Certified Personal Trainer, Registered Dietitian with a MS in Exercise Physiology, ex-D1 athlete, both a UF and FSU alumni, and simply a young entrepreneurial woman that loves living a healthy lifestyle – mind body and soul.
Currently she works physically as the sports dietitian for Titus Sports Academy in Tallahassee FL, simultaneously running her own business online, coaching incredible men and women all over the world to help them become their best.
Through her business Fresh Fit n Healthy, she privately works with clients in creating unique and effective fitness & nutrition plans, offering online courses and webinars, meanwhile daily sharing free content on her blog, Instagram, and youtube channel to help people rediscover what living healthy truly means in a diet-focused world. Sarah Grace’s book, Chasing Freedom, focuses on her story of overcoming her eating disorder and finding freedom.
Her focus is on helping you reach your goals in a long-lasting way, without strict dieting. She is a big believer that nutrition is not one-size-fits-all, and in combining science with what makes you as an individual feel best. Healthy living should be freeing and fun, and that’s the lifestyle she is here to help you discover.
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1 15oz-can Black Beans, rinsed well
⅓ cup Butter, melted (can sub coconut oil in)
2 tbsp Honey/Agave
1 tbsp Vanilla Extract
¼ cup Chocolate Vegan Protein Powder- (or can use more cocoa powder, don’t use whey protein)
2 tbsp Cocoa Powder
2 tsp Baking Powder
⅛ tsp Sea Salt
1¼ cup Mini or Regular Chocolate Chips (you can decrease this and just add more honey for the sweetness if you’d like)
Additional liquid sweetener to taste
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F
Place black beans, melted butter, eggs and honey in blender or food processor and blend until smooth and beans are pureed.
Add in all other ingredients except for chocolate chips and blend again.
Stir in chocolate chips and spoon by the tablespoon full into mini muffin liners/trays
Bake for about 10-15 minutes, or until done in the middle. It’s better to under-bake then over-bake, as over-baking will lead to a dry product, and under-baked will just be rich and fudgy!
Store in fridge (or I even freeze some for later!)
Sarah Grace Spann, MS, RD
Founder of Fresh Fit N Healthy
YouTube: Fresh Fit N Healthy