Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time

Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time

Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time start eating a good post-workout meal because is the ultimate guilt-free feast, and with these delicious recipes, you’ll have plenty of new ways to enjoyably indulge.

Cheesy Buffalo Chicken French Bread

after going to the gym on your way home instead of stopping by a restaurant or relying on whatever convenience food is in your freezer kindly grab a rotisserie chicken at the grocery store.

Then from there, you have countless options for turning it into a quick dinner, whether you just chow down with a side of quinoa and roasted vegetables, or use the meat as protein for another meal.

This quick Buffalo chicken pizza requires little prep work, just shredding the chicken and chopping some celery, so you can be wolfing one down in at least twenty minutes.



Two lbs. potatoes

Quarter cup extra-virgin olive oil



One lb. shrimp, peeled and deveined

One cup tapioca starch

One tablespoon coconut flour

One large egg

Quarter cup sparkling water

One teaspoon paprika

Quarter teaspoon salt

Pinch of cayenne

Coconut oil, for frying


Half cup avocado mayonnaise

One tablespoon Dijon mustard

One teaspoon prepared horseradish

One teaspoon fresh parsley, minced

One clove garlic, minced

Half Tablespoon paprika

Half tteaspoondill pickle juice

Half teaspoon capers, minced

Half teaspoon lemon juice.

Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time

Edamame Mac & Cheese

This proteinious recipe for mac and cheese is a healthy meal, and it’s almost as easy to make as the processed stuff in the blue box.

Apart from cooking the pasta and throwing in cauliflower, peas, and edamame in the last couple minutes then all you have to do is whisk together a cheese sauce.

All you  need is two cups of cheese, and you can go with all cheddar or mix together two kinds like fontina and gruyere.


Eightoz. whole-wheat macaroni

Half head (about 2 cups) chopped cauliflower florets

One cup peas, thawed if frozen

One cup shelled edamame, thawed if frozen

Two and three quarter cups low-fat milk, divided

Quarter cup all-purpose flour

Two teaspoon Dijon mustard

One teaspoon salt

Quarter teaspoon granulated garlic

Quarter teaspoon ground white pepper

Two cups (about 8 oz.) shredded sharp cheddar

Quarter cup chopped fresh chives

Two Tabspoon whole-wheat bread crumbs

One teaspoon canola or avocado oil

Half teaspoon paprika.

Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time

The beef and mushroom stew

This stew is very easy to make even though this one has beef, although any kind of meat stew will be an nice source of protein. And mushrooms are great to have after hitting the gym because they’re loaded with vitamins and minerals, which will be easily absorbed when your metabolism has been boosted by exercise.


One medium onion, chopped

Two cups baby carrots

Sixteen oz. baby Portobello mushrooms, sliced

One can (15 oz.) no-salt-added diced tomatoes with juice

One and half cups reduced-sodium beef broth

Half cup all-purpose flour

One tsp. salt

One tsp. dried marjoram

Freshly ground black pepper to taste

One lb. chuck stew beef, cut into 1/2” pieces

One cup peas, fresh or frozen.

Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time

Crab & Avocado Hand Rolls

You want sushi as a snack but don’t want to assemble everything, don’t worry about it. Just wrap up the ingredients you want in a sheet of nori, and enjoy.

NB:make sure to make these hand rolls right before eating because otherwise the seaweed will get real soggy.


Two Tablespoon Paleo mayonnaise

Two scallions, thinly sliced

One lb. cooked lump crab meat

Half teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)

Juice of half lime

Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste

Eight sheets toasted nori, cut in half width-wise

One avocado, thinly sliced

Two small cucumber,cut into matchstick
Hand full of radish sprout.
Some Post-Workout Meals That Will Hit the Right Spot Every Time
Citrus avocado salamon salady
This salmon recipe has protein plus omega-3 fatty acids, which acts as an anti-inflammatory to support muscle recovery. Avocado has monounsaturated fats that help with post-workout muscle growth and joint health.


Two salmon fillets (about six oz. each)

One teaspoon extra-virgin olive oil

Juice of one lemon

Salt and freshly ground black pepper


Flour cups baby spinach

One large pink grapefruit, peeled and sectioned

Two medium oranges, peeled and sectioned

One avocado, thinly sliced

Half cup sliced almonds

Quarter cup green onions, sliced

Juice of 1 lemon

Two tsp. extra-virgin olive oil

Salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste


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