Sugar Free Strawberry Protein Crepes


Ingredients for Filling:

  • 1/2 cup sliced strawberries
  • 2 Tbsp fat-free whipped cream
  • Drizzle sugar-free chocolate, blueberry, or strawberry syrup


Method: Mix well in medium bowl, pour and spread (one at a time) on skillet on medium heat. Flip when ready, and fill with sliced strawberries, fat-free whipped cream and sugar-free chocolate syrup. Makes 4-5 crepes.   *Tip: Spray spatula with Pam before flipping. These are delicate and may stick to spatula if not sprayed.  

Serving Size: 4 Crepes

Cal: 350, Fat: 15, Protein: 40, Carbs: 20

Treadmill or Pie ?


PIE vs


A regular slice of strawberry pie is almost 400 calories. It tastes great, and if you've been working hard, you can afford to spend 400 calories on it. I believe it is important to have "cheat meals" or "reward days." I usually save my reward days for the weekend, but if I've cheated during the week like all of us sometimes do, it has to be made up for somewhere. Consider this:

1 piece of pie = 400 cal vs 40 min of Treadmill = 400 cal

I calculated my time on the treadmill taking into account my age, weight, resistance, & speed. Your's will vary slightly. But this is definitely an eye opener isn't it???

It is important to incorporate cardio into your training program regardless. Running on the treadmill can definitely improve your cardiovascular health in addition to getting almost all the muscles in your body "working." The more you move, the more calories you are burning! That's a bonus!!! 

The bottom line for me is.... Because I had a piece of strawberry pie at my family's Larbor Day dinner, I'm faced with two choices, 1.) I can cut 400 calories out of food intake this week or 2.) I can run an extra 40 minute on the treadmill. (Or similar cardio regime.) If I already run 20 minutes per day, 5 days/ wk... I can simply adjust to 28 minutes per day and come close to making up for that delicious pie. Next week, I may opt out of having pie tho!

There are faster ways to burn calories (if you are up for it) and your gym probably has multiple machines for that purpose. The above is simply a rough guide/illustration, comparing two different methods to recovering over-spent calories in your diet. Best of luck in your fitness journeys, and please let me know if I can ever help.

Melon Sport

It's difficult to find a sports bra that I actually like. It either lacks style and uniqueness or it looks great, but doesn't support how I want (or even worse, hurts!) I began coming up with my own concepts and working with some manufactures on sports bras that I like and would wear every day. If you are like me you want to be comfortable, supported, feel stylish, and own/wear a sports bra that you can be proud to be seen in. 

My brand "Melon Sport" was born and my first concept is pictured below. It is a fitted and stylish sports bra with medium support and a unique textured outer material that looks great but also helps heat escape the material. It is breathable and and never feels sticky, even in extreme conditions. I named it "Fashion Fit" and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. If you struggle with finding the perfect sports bra, please consider "Fashion Fit" by Melon Sport!

 Pink Water Melon "Fashion Fit"

Pink Water Melon "Fashion Fit"

 Lime "Fashion Fit"

Lime "Fashion Fit"






Mix dry and wet ingredients (except chocolate) in separate bowls. Combine, and incorporate until smooth. Place on silicone baking sheet on a cookie pan, about 1 heaping TB of batter per cookie. Flatten with the rounded end of a Pam-sprayed spoon. Place 5-6 chocolate chips on each cookie. Bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes. Makes 18 cookies.

Cal: 75 // Fat: 2.9 // Pro: 3.8 // Carb: 9.3 // Fib: 2.2