Hawaiian Primal Fuel (PLUS a Contest!)

hawaiian-primal-fuelWith most of the country getting hit with severe winter weather, I thought a number of you might appreciate a little tropical break—even if it’s in your kitchen. This week’s recipe is from the new Primal Fuel Recipes booklet featuring over 20 delicious and energizing recipes made with Vanilla Coconut Creme and Chocolate Coconut Primal Fuel. Some of you may have already gotten your hands on one of these books when you signed up for the 21-Day Transformation Program.

The Primal Fuel Recipes booklet includes a wide variety of recommendations, including nutritionally packed shakes like Heart Healthy and Berry Green, sweet indulgences like Banana Bread and Creamsicle, and a Primal Fuel pancake recipe created by my own daughter, Devyn. But today I’m taking you to paradise with this delicious Hawaiian Primal Fuel smoothie.

Hawaiian Primal Fuel

Servings: 1

Time in the Kitchen: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 2 scoops (44 g) Dark Chocolate Primal Fuel
  • 1 – 1 ¼ cups cold water (or ½ cup ice and ½ cup cold water)
  • 2 tablespoons macadamia or almond nut butter
  • ½ frozen or fresh banana

Directions:

Add all ingredients into a blender. Blend well until ingredients are fully incorporated. For a thicker shake, swap the 1 – 1 ¼ cups of cold water for ½ cup of ice and ½ cup of cold water.

As an added bonus, I’ve decided to include a free copy of Primal Fuel Recipes in all Primal Fuel orders moving forward. If you already receive Primal Fuel on Autoship or have made a one-time order this month, there is nothing you need to do. Primal Fuel Recipes is already traversing the most recent winter storm to get to you! If you’ve been looking for one more reason to order the most balanced, healthy dose of high-quality fat, protein and carbs in a quick, easy, cost-effective and convenient shake, your reason is here.

Cheers from Malibu (where it’s still in the 70s)!

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Now, For the Contest! 

The Prize:

arborsteadArborstead’s personal care products are 100% natural and handmade, with a line of deodorant that lasts all day and comes in 9 essential oil-based scents. They’ve also created a travel size deodorant for ultimate portability with a small footprint (check out the video here). It’s not much bigger than a lip balm, making it perfect for traveling or taking it along on hiking trips. Many folks report still smelling good 24 hours after putting it on.

Today’s winner will get $200 to spend at Arborstead’s online store!

BONUS: Use promo code PRIMALHEALTH for 25% off your order.

zoraWild Zora has created a line of meat and veggie snacks as an alternative to the tough, MSG-laden meat snacks typically found at the market. Made from 100% grass-fed beef from a local rancher along with fresh vegetables from their garden, you’ll get a super tasty treat you can feel good about.

The folks at Wild Zora believe that we can be in-control of our diet and energy levels, eat healthier, and be happier. I agree!

This prize winner will get away with a case (one dozen) of each of Wild Zora’s three flavors, PLUS a t-shirt. Total value: $185.

BONUS: Use promo code PRIMALBLUE for 10% off all products, good to the end of February.

simpleSimple Mills believes that simple is best. They’ve created a line of baking mixes made of real-food ingredients, never using refined sugar, high-glycemic flours, gluten, or genetically-modified ingredients.

For those not big on baking, this is a nice option when you need a paleo-friendly treat that will please everyone at the table. Most mixes only call to add eggs and oil then prep is done and into the oven it goes!

Win this contest and get 18 Simple Mills baking mixes of your choice! Total Value: $161.82.

BONUS: Use MDASIMPLE15 at checkout out for 15% off any order on SimpleMills.com.

The Contest:

Last recipe of the challenge, last contest for Pinterest, with almost $550 worth of goods up for grabs! All you have to do is enter below-

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Contest Deadline:

February 1st, 11:59 PDT.

Choosing a Winner:

Three entries from the above widget will be chosen at random.

Eligibility:

Anyone in the world can enter, though this prize may only be available to U.S. contestants. In the case of an international winner, substitute prizes of equal value will be shipped.

To track all the contests visit the 2015 Primal Blueprint 21-Day Challenge Contest Page for daily updates.

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  1. Hmm. The “Pinit” link isnt bringing the picture with it to Pintrest and I can’t select the pic to copy it over. I’m just going to use the Wild Zora pic I guess.

    1. Thank you for the chance to win such a great prize.

    2. I just happened upon this recipe and followed the link to your page; ended up ordering some stuff! Can’t wait to get it 🙂

  2. Just checked out Wild Zora for myself. I can’t eat any of them, but Hubby might be able to eat the Cheesy Parmesan Basil because the carbs are low enough for him–I just don’t know what the apricots are gonna do to his blood sugar.

    I took a chance and ordered a bag for him to try. If he can’t tolerate them, they’ll make lovely bird food (after a round in the food processor).

    1. Well then I might have to flap my wings over to your location to scavenge your leftovers!

  3. I like what I saw on the Simple Mills site. Now bookmarked and following on Facebook! Usually I do my own primal baking, but nice to see mixes out there that aren’t fully of the high glycemic gluten free stuff. Wish I could buy them local.

  4. That sounds delicious. My Protein shake, most mornings, is very similar. I use coconut oil(almond butter) and vanilla( dark chocolate). I use the vanilla because I’m such a chocoholic I trying to stay a way from it for awhile.

  5. oh man…the wild zora snacks sound awesome! anyone know when winners are announced?

  6. You really need to update this information. If the promo code ended in Feb. It should be took off.