Amanda Hernandez
The Nutritionist Reviews
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Grosse Pointe, MI

About Me: Amanda Hernandez is a registered dietitian that writes at www.nutritionistreviews.com. The Nutritionist Reviews blog features healthy recipes, nutrition and fitness articles as well as parenting posts. She lives in Grosse Pointe, MI with her husband Troy, daughter Adalyn and two mini dachshunds. She enjoys going on walks, spending time with family and eating nut butter by the spoonful with her 2 year old.

Recipes Posted by Amanda Hernandez:

There is something that just screams fall about anything pumpkin flavored. Pancakes make the perfect weekend breakfast and pumpkin flavored ones?!? Even better! These were the perfect Saturday morning breakfast for my 2 year old daughter, my husband and I. We will be making them all Fall! These pumpkin spice pancakes are made with real pumpkin for color and vitamins. Did you know that pumpkin is loaded with beta-carotene which is an important antioxidant that helps reduce the risk of different types of cancer and helps with aging. […]

This Almond Cashew Butter Banana Bread is easy to make and is full of nutty and rich flavor. It is made with whole-wheat flour and is moist and delicious!

Banana bread is a classic dish that seems to disappear almost immediately every time that it is made. Everyone loves it from grandmas to moms and dads and even young children. There is something about a piece of fresh baked banana bread that is so delicious, it is hard to just have one piece.

This banana bread is made healthier with whole-wheat flour and uses less sugar that many traditional recipes. It also features Bestie Almond and Cashew Butter which is a delicious new product from Peanut Butter & Co. There are only three ingredients and has no added sugar. The nut butter adds a rich and creamy flavor to the banana bread. Drizzle extra nut butter on top and spread a warm piece of banana bread with it for the most delicious and indulgent taste while actually being quite nutritious.

When the weather is too hot to cook but you still want a delicious and filling breakfast, these banana split overnight oats are an awesome option. Made to taste like your favorite dessert, you will wonder whether you are eating breakfast or dessert.

Oats are packed with fiber and nutrients and help keep you full. The milk and yogurt have calcium and protein. The fruit has fiber and vitamins and the chocolate, well, that is just for fun! This overnight oats recipe is drizzled with Bestie Almond & Cashew Butter instead of hot fudge or caramel for a more nutritious, yet still delicious topping.

Banana Split Overnight Oats