BiPro USA is one of this week’s Bariatric Foodie Pledge sponsors. So this week I wanted to highlight a few ways I use their whey. (Corny, yes, I know…) You know how they say necessity is the mother of invention? Well it’s also the mother of adaptation! Before 2013, I used a brand of unflavored whey called Any Whey. It …Read More »
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Bariatric Foodies: Meet Livliga!
Sheila and her husband, and Livliga co-owner, Walter, at the Obesity Action Coalition “Your Weight Matters” Convention. This review was written in 2015. Please keep that in mind when clicking links! I met the folks at Livliga at the Obesity Action Coalition’s “Your Weight Matters” Convention in Orlando last year and fell in love with their portion control dishes. I’ve …Read More »
Why I have Squeaky Cheeks…and you should too!
Photo Courtesy of ObesityHelp.com So this week is shaping up to be a “newbie sponsor” week for the Bariatric Foodie Pledge. Yesterday I introduced you to one of our sponsors, BariMelts (the vitamins that melt in your mouth, not in your pouch/sleeve/…whatever). Today we’ll learn about our other sponsor this week, Squeaky Cheeks. I met Rock Toone, owner of Squeaky …Read More »
BF Review (and Recipe): Quest Cookies & Cream Protein Bar and Shannon’s Quest Canoli
While we were all embroiled in The Bariatric Foodie Pledge, Quest went and released a new bar – Cookies and Cream! I did a quick and dirty review of it on social media, but I also asked my pal Shannon (of TacoCasserole picture fame) to give the bars a try. And I gave her a challenge. The Quest blog challenges …Read More »
Why I Like Chike (And You Should Too!)
This week’s Bariatric Foodie Pledge sponsor is Chike Nutrition. I’ve had the opportunity to sample several of Chike’s protein flavors and I thought I’d give you a snapshot of what I thought of them so that if YOU are one of this week’s three lucky winners, you’ll have some help deciding which one you want! Unfortunately I’ve only published a …Read More »
Foodie Review: Quest Double Chocolate Chunk Bars
FTC Disclaimer: Bariatric Foodie and its representatives (here referred to as “Foodie Reviewers” received complimentary product for the purposes of this review. Bariatric Foodie strives to provide fair and unbiased product reviews, as set forth in its Advertising and Product Reviews policies. Any products that are linked within this blog post will redirect you to website where you can purchase …Read More »
Which protein recipe is the best? YOU be the judge!
Ok, forget that “other” election. This is the REALLY important one! Your fellow Foodies have put forth recipes to win a full canister of Fit Frappe. Five finalists were chosen. Now it’s time for YOU to decide who wins! And just because I love you…for voting…five of you will win one of these: A sampler pack of Fit Frappe that comes …Read More »
BF Review & Contest: Fit Frappe Chocolate
(Previously…on Bariatric Foodie…we were in the middle of exploring Fit Frappe, a protein drink for Frappe lovers by Big Train, makers of fine coffeehouse products 😉 So far we’ve reviewed the espresso, mocha, vanilla and vanilla latte flavors.) But first… your 4th finalist. Dana E. took the challenge and shared what he’d add to Vanilla Latte Fit Frappe to make …Read More »
BF Review & Contest: Fit Frappe Vanilla Latte
NOT to be confused with Fit Frappe Vanilla, which your Foodies so kindly reviewed for you yesterday. But first…the third finalist …Alyson W.!!! She took the one ingredient challenge here on the blog and suggested one of my favorite flavors of all time. Orange Sherbert! She recommends adding a half a stick of sugar-free orange drink mix to Fit Frappe Vanilla, …Read More »
BF Review & Contest: Fit Frappe Vanilla
But first…yesterday’s finalist is… Bridget Epling!!! Bridget submitted a recipe idea she called “Ode to Joyous Almond” Fit Frappe mocha (8oz recipe)1 pump (1 tbsp) sugar-free coconut syrup1/2 pump (1/2 tbsp) sugar-free almond syrup (or sub 2 drips of extract)8oz milk of your choice (coconut or almond are nice) Ice Directions: Blend with your method of choice (I use the Super Chill Method). If …Read More »