Super simple, super yummy. This is a great go to snack for when you have a sweet tooth.
- 2 Tbsp walnut halves
- 1 Tbsp almond slivers
- 1 tsp. honey
- Mix the ingredients in a bowl (we use a ramekin) and eat
For the first time EVER I am coaching a 10 Meals for Under $10 Group!!
It will be ran through Facebook and you can go here to join.
You will receive 10 recipes, with shopping lists, for you to print and use. The group begins Monday, September 19. I would love to have you!
It’s been a year since I gave up really good for great.
I still remember the emotions that came with the decision and I hope I always will. The long nights and early mornings. The constant hustle. Being so proud that we did it! That we actually made this happen. The ‘Oh crap, what am I doing’ thoughts. The lump in my throat. The sweaty palms and crazy heart beat all day. Walking to the parking lot knowing this was it.
This past year hasn’t been easy. Business goals were missed and figuring out a new schedule was hard. But, AHHHHMAZING things have happened in between.
Like picking up my kids from school.
Getting homework done early and being able to sit down with them and really help them. Not the let’s do homework while I cook supper and before we have a soccer game help.
Coached all of Emme’s teams.
Went to Jamaica and the Bahamas with Ben.
Stood in front of 25,000 while our team was recognized in Nashville.
Took vacations on a whim. Like in the middle of the week, whim!!
Merged teams with one of my most amazing girlfriends and business partners, Lindsay.
Helped coaches on our team rank advance, step outside their comfort zones and grow as people.
Went swimming with the kids on a Wednesday.
Made it to my first Field Trip.
Helped people get off blood pressure and cholesterol medication.
Had lunch with friends.
Took care of my nephew when he was sick.
Had friends who were told they couldn’t get pregnant, get pregnant because they became healthy!!
Sat on the back porch more often with Ben.
Went on Pokemon hunts with the kids.
Donated to more causes. Both financially and with my time.
Saw the good in situations that used to stress me out.
Helped others learn how to cook healthier.
Painted the hallway.
Painted trim. And more trim. And more trim.
Cleaned out flowerbeds.
Went on bike rides.
Maxed out my Roth.
Was a more present wife and mom.
The decision wasn’t easy. The big ones. The life changing ones, never are. But I’m so glad I said yes.
Thank you all for your support, for trusting me with your health, your goals, your dreams and your fears. It’s something I do not take lightly and look forward to doing for many many years to come. #oneyeardown
Guys. This recipe is sooooo good!
I came across it on the Ultimate Reset and ate it every night for supper the last 4 days while I was completing the program. One of my favorites!!
All I really did was switch up an oil, add some onion and shrimp. Simple and one skillet. Win win! And perfect for busy school nights.
1 lb peeled and deveined shrimp
1/2 zucchini, halved and sliced
1/2 yellow onion, sliced
2 carrots, peeled and sliced
3 cups frozen broccoli
Handful of chopped mushrooms
1 Tbsp sesame oil
2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2 Tbsp Bragg’s liquid aminos
Add the oils in a large saucepan on medium heat and warm
Add the onion. Warm through and stir until partially caramelized
Add the carrots and stir for about 4-5 minutes
Add the broccoli and stir for 3 minutes
Add the zucchini, mushrooms and shrimp and stir frequently for 4-5 minutes or until shrimp is cooked through
Remove from heat and add the Bragg’s liquid aminos. Stir well.
My first challenge group for Country Heat kicks off on Monday and I am so excited to wake up every morning and see videos of my challengers dancing it off! It’s going to be such a fun 30 days!
One the most time consuming parts of each Challenge Group, that I do, is create weekly meal plans. I remember when I coached my first Challenge Group I was so pumped for everyone to get the amazing results I did, but was disappointed when people didn’t.
After asking each challenger specific questions I realized nutrition was the hardest part, not working out. With that information, I put my meal plan in a spreadsheet and shared it with the group. I also included the recipes that I use and added a shopping list. I was surprised to see EVERYONE eating what I was eating one day one, then again on day two and so on. By simplifying the nutrition even more, my challengers were getting amazing RESULTS! I found the missing link and never looked back.
I normally keep myself in the 1500 bracket for food, but plan to go ALL IN with Country Heat, so I’m following the brackets as they are meant to be. Depending on your starting weight, and circumstances such as nursing or pregnancy, your bracket can be different.
The results I have seen in the tests group have blown my mind. From dancing! Cannot wait to kick this off on Monday and have fun while getting healthy. I think it’s the perfect program for all the teachers and others that have let the summer fluff take over. You workout for 30 minutes a day, for 6 days, for a month and your workout is DANCING!! I mean seriously. Surrriously. How cool is that?
The demand for Country Heat and Challenge Groups has been so big I will be starting new groups every single Monday of the month. You have plenty of time to join! Just go here and get it ordered, then email me at email@example.com to let me know.
Beachbody has released a BRAND NEW fitness program! COUNTRY HEAT is going to knock your socks off! At first I was a little skeptical of a country music workout because I have two left feet, I’m not very coordinated and I just want to get in, get my workout done and get out. I really wasn’t excited about this new program! BUT….. that all changed when I got the chance to do the sneak peek of! This program had me literally DRIPPING sweat and I didn’t feel lost or confused by the moves. Anyone can do it! It is not hard at all. Plus my legs were on fire, my core was burning and I could tell it is way more than cardio. It’s great for your entire body!
I am really excited for the launch of this program and I’m going to be walking a select group of people from beginning to end through the program! I’m going to be making sample meal plans, giving you recipes, tips and guidance on how to rock this program! The people in the test group are getting incredible results and one even lost over 60 pounds in 90 days!!! That is so cool.
The first step is to create a free Team Beachbody Account so that I am your coach. Use this link to set that up: Create A Free Account Here
Next, the challenge pack for Country Heat is the best bang for your buck. It comes with the entire Country Heat Fitness program, the nutrition guide, program manual, food storage containers, 30 days of Shakeology, access to stream your workouts with Beachbody On Demand and its on sale with discounted price and shipping right now! This also gives you access into my exclusive Country Heat private accountability and support group where I will be giving you sample meal plans, recipes, daily tips and motivation to get you started with the program, keep you motivated and help you to see the results that you are looking for.
|the secret to success is in the nutrition|
This is the total package!! Trust me, you want the support from others just like you. I know when I started with my journey it was so beneficial for me to have other women that I could ask questions, could tell me to go workout when I didn’t feel like it and they would help me stay on track with my nutrition.
So how do you get the Challenge Pack: Here is your direct link. Just make sure that I am your coach before you make your purchase. Country Heat Challenge Pack Link
If you would like to start with the Kick Start Challenge Pack that comes with a 3 day refresh to really kick start your weight loss, get you on the right track with your nutrition so you are ready for the start of Country Heat you can get this option too!
Country Heat Kick Start Challenge Pack
This is also a great time to sign up as a coach! If you have ever considered coaching before or you love the Beachbody Fitness Programs and Shakeology and you want to save 25% off of everything you purchase and you want to share it with others then this is a great time to sign up.
Here is the link to sign up a a coach with the Country Heat Challenge Pack: Sign Up Here
***Note when you sign up as a coach make sure that at the bottom of the first page it says that I am your Coach, Kristina Lewis Coach ID 204455. If you already have a coach please contact your coach to sign up with them and to get into their challenge groups for support and accountability.
Lastly, I am kicking off my Country Heat Dance Party Test Group on August 1st. So you can join me for 45 days of meal planning, prep, accountability and lots of fun!!! When you make your purchase do this:
1. EMAIL ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org with your order confirmation # and let me know that you would like to be in the Country Heat Test group.
2. Make sure we are connected on Facebook by messaging me on Facebook.
3. Lets get this party started!! I’m so excited!!!
I need to give a shoutout to my hubs for letting me use this recipe (you can find him on Instagram at back_porch_dad). He’s a true carnivore and LOVES wings, but about 2 years ago we made the commitment to stick to the 80/20 rule of eating clean. Wings were one of the first recipes he had to revamp and these are goooood!
21 Day Fix.
Lewis Boy approved.
And just in time for Father’s Day!
Whole wings (drumsticks and wings attached)
Crushed red pepper
Italian seasoning or oregano
Buffalo hot sauce of choice (Tabasco brand is pure paleo, but can be hard to find. Brands like Frank’s have minimal preservatives)
Blue cheese (optional)
Preheat grill to high heat
Dust both sides of the winds with seasonings. I start with the coarsest seasonings first. This prevents the cayenne powder from blocking the crushed red pepper and Italian seasoning from sticking well.
Grill on high heat until golden brown and juices are popping. (His words!)
After the wings are seared, move them to top rack to ‘bake’. Close the lid and check and turn periodically. Depending on the grill, this should take as long as half an hour.
When they’re done, brush on the buffalo sauce. Let this cook onto the skin for 3-5 minutes. Repeat once.
Remove from grill and let cool for a few minutes. Feel free to top with blue cheese immediately after removing them from the grill if you’d like.
This is a great quick supper that can also be saved for lunch.
In this recipe I do have options for both refrigerated pizza crust and tortillas. I prefer whole wheat tortillas, homemade pizza crust or a paleo crust, but you can use whichever you’d like. Just don’t eat it all in one sitting!
Servings: 4 (Save leftovers for lunches)
1 large tomato, seeded and diced
1 c grated mozzarella cheese
½ c fresh basil, chopped
1 Tbsp. olive oil
1 Tbsp. balsamic vinegar
2 garlic cloves
Refrigerated pizza dough or whole wheat tortillas
Preheat oven to 400F
Combine tomato, mozzarella, basil, oil, vinegar and garlic in a medium bowl. Let stand for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile, unroll the dough or get out the tortillas. Transfer to a non stick baking sheet and top with tomato mixture.
Bake pizza about 8-10 minutes or until cheese is melted and dough is cooked through.
Top with red pepper (optional) I also like to add red onions, mushrooms and olives to mine. Feel free to add those veggies!
Side suggestion: House salad
Tacos are my jam. Seriously, if it can be put into a tortilla (and really, what can’t?!) it’s right at the top of my favorite meals list. This is at the top for 2 reasons. One. My whole family ate it. Two. It took about 15 minutes from start to finish to make. Win win!
1 lb. shrimp. Shell off and deveined.
1/2 c Greek yogurt. I like Fage.
1/4 c water
1/4 c olive oil
Good handful of cilantro
3 garlic cloves
1 tsp salt
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp chili powder
Combine water, oil, cilantro, garlic, salt and juice from 2 limes in a food processor or blender. Blend until smooth.
Add the yogurt and blend again.
In a bowl, combine shrimp with cumin and chili powder. Mix well.
Warm a tsp of olive oil in a skillet and add shrimp.
Saute until shrimp are cooked through.
In a corn tortilla, add shrimp, avocado, cabbage and the creamy lime dressing you just made.
This is way more of a meal for my husband than me.
I like white meat, he likes dark.
Cured meats aren’t really my thing, he makes meals out of them.
Hence prosciutto wrapped chicken thighs.
They really are very yummy and the crispy prosciutto rocks my socks off. Soooo good! And 21 Day Fix approved!
8 boneless, skinless chicken thighs
8 pieces of prosciutto
3 cloves of garlic, thinly sliced
1/4 c olive oil
Warm oven to 350 F
In a pie dish, mix olive oil and sliced garlic.
Take one sprig of rosemary and strip it, then coarsely chop the rosemary. Add this to the olive oil and mix well.
Cut the remaining rosemary into 8 sprigs
Take one chicken thigh and spread it flat.
Sprinkle with sea salt and pepper.
Drudge the thigh through the olive oil mixture. Do this with both sides.
Then place a sprig of rosemary in the middle and fold the thigh over.
Wrap the thigh in a piece of prosciutto and secure with a toothpick.
Place the thigh on a cooling rack and place the cooling rack on a baking sheet.
Continue with the remaining thighs.
If you have remaining olive oil, drizzle over the thighs.
Bake at 350 for about 40 minutes.