Breakfast Oat Bake - 250 Calories
Updated: Aug 17, 2020
I started KLS Fitness in 2012 after my journey began as a figure and fitness competitor. I was in law school at the time and slowly tried to get my family on board with the 'competition' style of eating. That looked like the same 5-6 meals, every day, for a four-week time-frame. While that still works for me, very well, I realized quickly it wasn't great for everyone. As I slowly got my sisters, mother, aunt and cousin on board, I was given so much feedback I eventually made a plan to fit in any family lifestyle. After law school, I had more time to delve into modifying my tried-and-true plan. It took a good year of trials and several pilot groups; a few rounds of modifications and it’s gotten amazing results every time! The new plan is the 12 Week Tone Up and allows so much freedom you really don't feel restricted, because it is not a diet; it is a lifestyle.
Anyways, the 12WTU is mainly a product that my family forced upon me. I didn't believe it was fail safe until I did it myself. I was worried that so much freedom would interfere with a consistent calorie consumption and the 40/40/20 macro spread wouldn’t be on point. At ten weeks in, I'm down 7 lbs and 6% body fat. Still going strong. I love it! In ten weeks several couples are down a collective 20 lbs., individuals down between 5-7 lbs. and some just starting are down up to 7 lbs. in two weeks. The point of this blog post isn’t to sell the 12WTU, but to advertise the freedom in meal choices! This breakfast recipe can be done so many different ways. Eggs, protein powder and different fruits. Nuts or peanut butter can also be added depending on the day.
This video shows my ‘crackin skills in the egg version of this bake. Get creative and change the fruits, add a flavored protein powder or incorporate nuts in the bake itself! Let me know if you try it!
Macros: Carbs 35, Fat 5, Protein 19
Peanut butter adds 95 Calories and 4 carbs, 8 fat and 5 protein.
Please Note: Nutritional information estimated at Fitday.com. Data may not be accurate and is subject to the availability of specific foods in their database. Where one ingredient is not listed, substitutions must be used. Therefore, you should not refer to this data as being exact. It’s more of a ballpark figure. Kendraleighstiffler.com does not take responsibility for the inadequacies of the nutrition calculator used. This data is provided as a courtesy and general reference only. It is not exact.