QUEST COOKIES & CREAM CEREAL by Susana O.
- Preheat oven to 350 F
1. Microwave quest bar for 10-12 seconds to soften.
2. Roll into little balls to form the “cereal” I think the smaller the better!
3. Spread them into a baking sheet lined with parchment paper & spray with cooking spray to make them crispier
4. Bake for 4 minutes then take out & move them around(if they are flattening out roll them again into balls) & place in oven for 4 more minutes
5. Repeat step 4 again until they turn a lil golden & crispy! (Keep an eye on them so they won burn)
6. Once done let cool completely in refrigerator & serve when ready to eat with almond milk or milk of choice!
It should be crunchy just like cereal!
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QUEST SMORES BAR RECIPE
A healthy, delicious recipe of a classic campfire treat from Erin Woodbury: Quest S’mores!
1 Vanilla Almond Crunch Quest Bar
2 sugar-free marshmallows
2 small pieces of dark chocolate (Lilly’s organic low carb is great)
Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut bar in half. Microwave the bar for 10 seconds on Pam sprayed wax paper. Gently roll to graham cracker thickness and shape. Carefully transfer to a silpat cookie sheet and bake for 2 minutes per side or until just light brown. You want it crisp but not too hard. Remove and lay a piece of chocolate on each side. Allow it to melt and spread it to corners. Flame-roast your two marshmallows and lay inside. Sandwich the two sides. Enjoy!
Nutritionals: Calories: 298. Fat 11g. Active Carbs: 4g (18g fiber, 3g sugar) Protein 21g.
Erin Woodbury is a Master Trainer for R.I.P.P.E.D., co-developer of R.I.P.P.E.D. 4 Kids, a freelance writer, and works with clients as a certified Venice Nutrition Coach.
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