There's just something about the impending fall weather that makes us crave warm, gooey pastries. We're not complaining though, we're embracing this craving at full speed. We've come up with a sweet way to fix that craving and (surprise!) get some Eat Your Coffee bars into the mix. We've officially caffeinated cinnamon rolls and combined them with edible coffee.
If there's one thing we can guarantee, it's that you're gonna be in the market for some energy this back-to-school season, so why not go the route of edible coffee? Whether you're a student, a teacher, a Mom, or the commuter who is stuck behind all those school buses, we've got your back. We've come up with a list of some of our most snackable, packable, and energizing recipes to keep you fueled so you can be at your best.
This Double Peanut Butter Mocha Mug Cake takes the cake (pun intended) as our favorite single serving homemade cake recipe. With extra peanut butter mixed in and delicious chocolate chips on top, this gives coffee a run for it's money as our favorite way to use our mug!
At that point, I was not sure if I would ever compete again at a high level again. In my mind, I associated competitive running with endless time & stress with little external validation. Then towards the end of 2017 and early 2018, I began to catch the running bug again. I decided that I wanted to give the Boston Marathon a try after being in the city for 6 years and seeing how the event brought everyone together (particularly after the events of 2013).
Unfortunately, winter’s not over yet, even though our friend Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring. While we wait for the snow to melt and our hands to warm up, there’s no denying that we’re dreaming of sunnier days, blooming flowers, and getting back outside. We recently posted a blog about the best snacks to eat while hiking, so it’s only fair that we fill you in on the best East Coast hiking trails for spring. Grab your pack and we’ll meet you on the trail!
There are two types of people who hike: those who actually enjoy hiking and those who are doing it for the ‘gram. Whether you’ve got your trailblazing gear on hand or you’re taking it leisurely, snacks are of the utmost importance during, well, let’s face it - any kind of activity. But just any old snack won’t cut it. Hiking snacks should be protein-packed and give you the burst of energy you’ll need to make it back to civilization. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of nourishing treats to keep on hand. Grab your water bottle, slather on some sunscreen, and let’s get snacking.
Stop pretending as you’ve never wondered if it’s okay to eat coffee grounds. There’s no shame in admitting it - it’s something we’ve all thought of before when we’re dumping what seems like four metric tons of grounds into the trash after brewing our coffee. Can my body digest them? Will they give me energy? Are coffee grounds the next superfood? Do they even taste good? Read on to find out more.
If drinking (or eating, in our case) coffee is a part of your daily routine, then today’s your lucky day. We all know that coffee is a great way to give you energy fast, but there’s so much more to this daily ritual. It turns out coffee can do so much more than energize your morning or help you stay awake in class. The next time you need some coffee related inspiration, turn to one of these life hacks!
Coffee isn’t the only way to get your midday energy boost. Did you know that some of the simple foods you eat every day contain caffeine? When you’re looking to get your daily dose the natural way, try reaching for some of these snacks! From the obvious energy bites to your morning cereal, you're probably consuming caffeine without even realizing it!