I Never Post Recipes But…

I Never Post Recipes But…

Whole Life Challenge 2017

It’s our first challenge of 2017 and it’s a great one!

Follow these simple steps to join us in this challenge:

  1. WHOLE LIFE CHALLENGE – Everything you need to know about the Whole Life Challenge can be found here.
  2. REGISTER – This is a direct link to Whole Life Challenge registration page. Click it and sign up today!
  3. Join Our Team – After registration, search for our team page: CPMFITness. Invite your friends, neighbors and family to join our team also. They do not need to be CPM members to participate.

The CPM Supa Doopa Tracksuit Bowling Party!

Holiday Party4

It’s Time To Post This

If you workout with me at 6:30 am or attend my 6:30 class at the mall, you know that I eat the same breakfast after class every day. I am a creature of habit! People ask about it often because it (kind of) looks disgusting. Looks are deceiving though because it is DELICIOUS! My husband and I call it the 2016 Recipe of the Year at the Plucker house.  I got this recipe from Bobbi, a CPM member. And I tell members (just like she told me) that you just have to try it. Yes, it sounds weird but it’s delicious!

So here it is:

Peach, Egg & Pecan Breakfast

1 tbsp Coconut Oil
1 Peach (or Mango) – cut into bite size pieces
Handful of Pecans
3 Eggs
2 tbsp Applesauce

*this is for an Emily – size serving 😉

Fry the peaches and pecans in coconut oil for a couple minutes. I’ve been using frozen peaches and mangos this winter… fry them a little longer. Add the eggs, applesauce and cinnamon. Fry until the eggs are cooked. The less you flip the eggs, the better it will look. But we don’t really care about looks as long as it tastes good. And that’s it!

This recipe is AWESOME reheated so you can make it the night before if you are short on time. Try it and let me know what you think. You will not regret it. I go to bed looking forward to having this in the morning… that’s no lie!!

Thanks Bobbi for the AWESOME recipe! And thanks Becky (aka Babs) for telling me to post this. I’ve been meaning to send the recipe to about 10 people for the last 5 months… sorry for the delay!


The Oboard Says…
Part A:
2000m Row For Time
P1: Holds Handstand
P2: Rows
*Every time partner comes off wall, partners swap places
Part B:
3 Rounds For Time:
15 Burpees
12 Power Cleans
9 Pull-Ups
Posted by: Emily