I love these Taco Cups! They are so fun to eat, healthy and easy to make! Great for appetizers or for kids too! My 13 year old daughter, Anelalani, surprised me with these healthy, yummy treats! Hope you’ll try them too! Ingredients: Extra lean ground turkey taco seasoning (I make my own so there is less sodium and NO nitrates) recipe here lettuce tomato cilantro taco sauce cheese flour tortillas
The trick to avoid gaining weight is to avoid empty calories and eat nutrient dense foods. I make healthier Super Bowl Snacks & SOUPer bowl hearty side dishes. Here are some of my faves.
“I created my Kiana Bars out of necessity. I created them for my family. Every time I went to the grocery store or health food store, I could not find a bar that used only real ingredients, made of whole foods, no preservatives, all natural and tasted amazing. So I made my own! I worked on the recipe for a year and found the perfect balance of protein, almonds, flax, oats & decadent chocolate.
My family loves Mexican food so much, we might be Hawaiian / Mexican? I always make a healthy appetizer for my family to enjoy while I make dinner. They love Romaine Taco Bites! I love spicy food but not the sodium. Here is a recipe for homemade taco seasoning that I love. The pre-made packets of taco seasonings in the grocery store have too much sodium and often have MSG
Because I am lean, people always ask me, “do you ever eat, Kiana? The answer is: “Yes, I love to eat and eat a lot. In fact, people are surprised because I seem to always be eating!” The trick is selecting the right foods to eat. You must also take into account your available time to make the foods, your budget and what foods you enjoy and eat nutrient dense foods
Join Fit Kids, Anelalani & Kiana Jr. as they show your kids how to make yummy peanut butter balls with natural peanut butter, flax seed, oats and organic honey.
Fit Kids TV: In today’s episode, 4 year old Kiana Jr. shows you how to make Greek Yogurt Fruit Pops! Fun and healthy treat! Fit Kids TV is Hosted by Kiana Jr., daughter of Kiana Tom of Kiana’s Flex Appeal fame.
I love Kale Chips. They are crunchy and naturally salty. My kids fight over them 🙂 Kale: a highly nutritious vegetable with powerful antioxidant properties; considered to be anti-inflammatory. Contains sulforaphane, a chemical believed to have potent anti-cancer properties. Wow!
This is an excellent recipe using left over turkey!
Here is one of my favorite recipes that I have been making ever since the bodybuilding & Kiana’s Flex Appeal days! Now I make it for my kids and they LOVE it! I make this every week and keep it in the refrigerator to add to lettuce wraps, in taco shells, in pita bread, put on pizza, or stuff bell peppers. It’s great for lunches and to put in air tight containers to enjoy with baked tortilla chips for lunch on the go.
Shhh, don’t tell anyone it’s tofu! This healthy, simple recipe will fool even the most discerning chocoholics!
Ever wonder how they make that crunchy cucumber salad at Japanese restaurants? Here you go! We also show you how to make a healthy high protein hummus using soybeans!
I love love love this recipe and make it all the time! Learn how to make this delicious and healthy blueberry brown rice pudding that is an ideal breakfast or low sugar dessert!
Kiana and celeb Chef making Fit Kids Kabobs: Exotic fruit, fun kids, creamy sweet honey greek yogurt dip…what’s not to love 🙂
This versatile recipe can be used for breakfast or healthy dessert. Baking oats gives it a cookie like flavor and is true healthy comfort food. Serve for breakfast topped with high protein Greek Yogurt or for a healthy dessert with vanilla frozen yogurt or no sugar added vanilla ice cream sprinkled with nutmeg and cinnamon.
Here is a simple recipe that I make for lunch or light dinner. It only takes 3 minutes, tops.
My famous Kiana Kona Banana Bread is now a Healthy Fit Mom Muffin with crunchy topping. Make extra and heat in oven to give it the just baked crunch.
I love this Peanut Butter Cup Protein shake recipe I make, the secret is…
My kids and I love making this recipe. Now that they are 6 and 11, they can do it themselves 🙂 This is a fun and delicious recipe I used to make with my mom. I modified it to be healthier and have a wider variety of crunchy options! In Hawaii, we would add macadamia nuts (high in fat – beware but so good), coconut and dried fruit too! Enjoy! Psst: Fit Kids Recipe video to come 🙂
Watermelon nutrition facts Want to quench thirst and re-boost your body with anti-oxidant lycopene and vitamin-A? Watermelon has everything you need to beat the scorching summer heat. Wonderfully delicious, thirst-quenching melons are the great source of much-needed water and electrolytes to beat the tropical summer temperatures. Watermelon There are 46 calories in 1 cup of diced Watermelon. Fat: 0.23g (Saturated Fat: 0.024g). Carbs: 11.48g (Fiber: 0.61g, Sugar 9.42). Protein: 0.93g.