Healthy Desserts For Hockey Players 🍦- Quick and Easy Recipes!

Healthy Desserts For Hockey Players 🍦- Quick and Easy Recipes!

July 17, 2019 5 By William Morgan


– Hey, hockey players.
Coach Garner here from HockeyTraining.com.
In this video, I wanna run you
through three different healthy desserts
that you can start incorporating
into your meal planning today.
Look, a lot of us love to have
a treat every now and then
but none of us really want to go offtrack
from our goals in hockey or
body composition transformation.
These are the healthy
treats that you can use
to have something good
and still stay on track.
You’re gonna love ’em.
Let’s get into it.
Alright, the first recipe
we’re gonna make is healthy,
high protein chocolate ice cream.
What you’re gonna need to make this recipe
is one tablespoon of mascarpone cheese,
a half a cup of chocolate whey protein,
three quarter cups of ricotta cheese,
preferably the low fat version,
and two teaspoons of vanilla extract.
The first step is simply
measuring out each ingredient
and adding them to a blender.
Alternatively, you can use a hand blender
to make things easier
if you have one at home.
Once you’ve got the
ingredients measured out,
we want to blend this
on high until it turns
into a smooth mixture.
Alright, now that we
got that all blended up,
what we’re gonna do is we’re
gonna put a lid on this thing
and we’re gonna put it in the freezer
and you’re gonna wanna take it
out and stir it a little bit
once every 30 minutes
and you’re gonna wanna do
that little stir every 30 minutes
at least three times
before you start eating it.
Alright, so just a quick stir
like you see me do in here.
And after your third time stirring it,
the ice cream should be ready to eat.
Let it sit for a minute
or two, scoop, and enjoy.
Alright, the next recipe
we’re gonna get into here
is low carb, protein
peanut butter cookies.
All you’re gonna need is four things.
We’re gonna need a quarter
cup of coconut milk,
a quarter cup of ground almonds,
a half a cup of vanilla whey protein,
and two heaping tablespoons
of peanut butter.
Before you start prepping the cookies,
we’re going to want to preheat
the oven to 350 degrees.
From there, you wanna mix
all the ingredients together
until a dough is formed.
We’re gonna put down a
sheet of parchment paper
on a baking sheet and
transfer the cookie dough
on to the paper.
Press each cookie down with a fork
to flatten them out just a little bit
like you see me do in here.
Alright, now that we’ve
got our cookies laid out,
we’re gonna put them in
the oven at 350 degrees
for 10 minutes, but keep an eye on them.
Everybody likes their cookies
cooked a little bit different.
10 minutes is gonna have them cooked
and a little bit soft on the inside.
Once your cookies are done,
take them out of the oven
and let them sit for a
few minutes and enjoy.
Alright, keeping these healthy
desserts nice and simple.
Now we’re gonna do a no bake,
high protein, healthy cheesecake.
There’s a lot of ingredients here
so I’m not gonna go
through how much you need
for each one, but you’re able to find that
in the description below, and also
in a downloadable free
healthy hockey recipe guide
that we’ve got prepared for you.
But what you are gonna
need is three scoops
of vanilla whey protein
powder, you’re gonna need
some low fat cream cheese,
some low fat cottage cheese,
some instant Jell-O, preferably chocolate
but using a cheesecake
flavor also works here,
you’re gonna need graham cracker crumbs,
you’re gonna need flaxseed
meal, some oat bran,
and then you’re gonna want
a nine inch cooking pan here
to put this all in.
So how this is all gonna
work is we’re gonna oil up
the pan first, lay the crust down,
and then put the filling
on top after that.
Okay, so we’re gonna start
off by making the crust.
In a bowl, combine the
graham cracker crumbs,
flax seed meal, and oat bran.
And then we’re gonna wanna
heat up the cream cheese
for about 15 seconds
and mix it all together
until we get an even consistency.
Once you’re done, you’ll
wanna coat the pan
with cooking spray and press
the crust into the pie pan
as best as you can.
Next, we’re going to make
the cheesecake filling
using a blender.
Combine the cottage cheese, cream cheese,
protein powder, and Jell-O
pudding mix into the blender
and blend on high until the
texture is smooth and creamy.
Pour the filling over the
top of the crust evenly
and put the cheesecake into the fridge
for a minimum of one hour.
Once you’re ready to eat
the protein cheesecake,
simply remove from the
fridge and enjoy right away.
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Training nutrition video.
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that includes all three of these desserts
plus so much more, make
sure you click on the link
in the description below.