Day 25 (29th May 2014): A Post-Workout Breakfast Worth Training For!

I’m sure most of you have heard of or destroyed a few Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups?! I can thank (hmm or maybe I shouldn’t) my friend Barbara for putting me onto them all those years ago in Adelaide.

Anyway, I don’t know many people who don’t love that magical peanut butter and chocolate combo – and this recipe,  based loosely on a recipe from John Berardi’s “Gourmet Nutrition” cookbook , definitely motivates me to train in the morning in order to smash this “Post-workout” meal!

What is a “post-workout” meal? I hear you ask… Well friends, a post workout meal is simply one higher in the carbohydrates that are generally best consumed in the 3 hour window post exercise.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Oats

Chocolate Peanut Butter Oats


To make:

Wait for it, it’s complicated…

Combine 1/3 cup oats with 2/3 cup of water, stir in 1 tablespoon each of cacao powder, peanut butter (100% of course) and rice malt syrup (may use honey, agave or a small amount of stevia to sweeten instead) – cook on the stove or in microwave! Super easy and warming on a winter morning after training! – ENJOY!


Dietary record for day 25:

Breakfast – Reeces Oats (worth training in the morning to have this delicious post workout meal)
Snack: slice of nut/seed loaf, 2 x homemade chocolates
Lunch: Roasted kale chips with tuna, flax crackers and sunflower seeds
Dinner: Beef meatballs and zucchini spaghetti

RPM 6am


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