Athlete’s Cookbook: Episode 1—Why Lauren Fisher Eats “Baby Food” | Nike

Fan-favorite CrossFit pro Lauren Fisher can deadlift 380 pounds—which is like lifting three Lauren Fishers. As she’ll tell you, her superhuman strength is supported by super-healthy meals. On the first episode of Athlete’s Cookbook, Lauren shares her go-to breakfast—while host James Davis (over)shares why he wants to call it “Baby Food.”

Ingredients for 2 Servings
2 eggs
4 egg whites 
1 1/3 cup oats
2 bananas
20g protein powder of choice
1/3 cup blueberries 
Cinnamon to taste 
1/2 tablespoon maple syrup 
2 tablespoons heavy cream

How to Make It
Put the peeled bananas in a bowl and mash them. Then add the oats and bananas to a pan. (You could add the blueberries here or save them for toppings.) Add just enough water to cover, then cook on low. While the oatmeal is cooking, mix the eggs and egg whites (for fewer dishes, you could use the same bowl you mashed the bananas in). When the oats are nearly cooked through, add the eggs. Turn the flame up to medium and stir until the mixture is cooked. Then transfer to two bowls (or one bowl and one container to save the rest for the next morning) and add protein powder and cinnamon to taste; stir until mixed. Drizzle with heavy cream and maple syrup, and top with blueberries.

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