Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Grilled Maple Walnut Chocolate Chunk Sweet Potato Pie Bread

     I. Could. Die. Die. Die. !!!  You will simply not believe the level of YUM on this plate!!!  I urge you to rush to your nearest kitchen and start putting the small pot in the big pot!!!  Calories are 263, 12g net carbs and 31.3g protein.  If you want to subtract 80 calories, then you can use a half Quest Bar for the topping instead of the whole bar.  Either way, you can't go wrong with this rich luscious symphony of flavor  ;)

1/8 loaf Sweet Potato Pie Bread, cut in two slices ( recipe below)
1 Double Chocolate Chunk Quest Bar, diced into small pieces
1 Walnut Half, broken into small pieces, found at Vitacost.com
Walden Farms Maple Syrup, found at Vitacost.com

     Spray your skillet with Pam and lay 2 pieces of Sweet Potato Pie Bread in hot skillet and toast til golden brown on each side.  After plating the toasted bread, top with diced Quest Bar, Walnut pieces and a drizzle of Maple Syrup.  Enjoy  :)

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6.5oz or 2/3 cup baked and peeled Jewel Yams or Sweet Potato's
1 scoop Vanilla Milkshake Quest Protein Powder
1 scoop Multi Purpose Quest Protein Powder
2/3 Egg Whites
1/3 cup Oat Flour, found at Vitacost.com
1/4 cup Erythritol, found at Vitacost.com
Dannon Greek Light&Fit Vanilla Yogurt, 5.3oz
1/2 teaspoon Salt
1/2 teaspoon Baking Soda
1/2 teaspoon Baking Powder
Dash Cinnamon
Dash Vanilla

     Mix all together in bowl and stir with a spoon, breaking up Sweet Potato in stirring process.  Pour into greased loaf pan and bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes.  Keep an eye as to not over bake as Protein Powder Baking can tend to dry out and does better if taken out while still slightly wet on top, plus we want a pie like consistency for the middle on this bread.  Store in fridge, and serve cold.  Enjoy  :)

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