Meal Prep a Week of Protein Smoothie Overnight Oats, Packed With Nutrients and No Added Sugar

While prepping my overnight oats for the week, I had a revelation: why not use a green protein smoothie as the liquid instead of just plain almond milk or soy milk? I know green oatmeal looks a little weird, but I promise, just like those green smoothies you love, you can't taste the spinach at all!I used a basic smoothie recipe made with spinach, banana, and vanilla plant-based protein powder. If you just can't do the green color, add blueberries or chocolate protein powder to your smoothie. Each serving of this creamy oatmeal offers 15.7 grams of protein and a filling 13.1 grams of fiber.This recipe makes five servings for the week, but don't worry - the fifth jar tastes just as fresh and delicious as the first. It has a very subtle sweet vanilla flavor with just 8.2 grams of sugar, but if you want yours sweeter, feel free to add a little maple syrup.You can enjoy your overnight oats cold, but I actually preferred warming mine up in the microwave for two minutes. With ju…

Nia Dennis Recreates Her Internet-Sweeping Beyoncé Floor Routine on Ellen - It’s a Must-See!

First there was Katelyn Ohashi's famous floor routines, and now Nia Dennis has taken the internet by storm one video view at a time (over 800,000 on YouTube alone so far) with her personality-filled performance set to music from Beyoncé. We learned that it was in fact Nia's 21st birthday when she performed the specific routine on Feb. 23, which earned her .025 tenths of a point away from a perfect score. Nia, a junior at UCLA, garnered so much praise online - celebs like Gabrielle Union and Alicia Keys even chimed in - that she was called onto The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

In her Ellen appearance, Nia talks about her past as an elite gymnast. She was a national team member from 2013 through 2015, according to her athlete bio for the seven-time-NCAA-championship-winning UCLA Bruins, and was training for the 2016 Rio Olympics. She ultimately tore her Achilles three months before the Games, halting that goal and led her toward collegiate gymnastics. "I really wanted to quit gymnastics," she explained. "But I had to really dig deep and find it within myself to know that just because one dream is gone, doesn't mean I'm gonna stop myself from achieving the rest of my dreams."

Above, watch Ellen surprise Nia with her 10-year-old sister, Maya, whom she hadn't seen since Christmas. Nia went on to perform a version of that Queen Bey routine everyone is talking about with modified tumbling, of course, but the same awesome dance moves. Her end pose where she places a pretend crown on her head is our new favorite power pose!



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