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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Aug. b, ZU14 .t/~ MUDDER, from page 2A Karen Rhodes begins her day with a morning smoothie. This recipe serves two. Morning Smoothie 6 cups loose spinach 1 banana 1 cup fresh or frozen fruit 1 cup plain Greek yogurt 1/3 cup whey protein powder 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 cup water 1 tablespoon chia seed (added after blended) Put all ingredients into a blender (except for the chia seed) and blend until smooth. Ice can be added for a colder and slushier smoothie. Stir in chia seed. Karen Rhodes bakes these muffins and enjoys them with her breakfast smoothie. Banana Protein Muffins 1-2/3 cup oat bran 1 scoop vanilla protein powder 1 tablespoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 small or medium very ripe bananas, mashed Exercising on a bosu ball adds extra difficulty to Karen Rhodes' 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce morning workouts. 1/2 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt 2 large egg whites together until well combined Muffins are best served I teaspoon vanilla extract and smooth. Add wet warm with your favorite ingredients to dry ingredients spread. Feel free to add Preheat oven to 400 degreesand mix until just combined, chocolate chips, berries or F. Spray 12-cup muffin tin Let batter sit two minutes to nuts to the batter! with nonstick cooking spray or thicken a bit. grease well with coconut oil. Divide batter evenly into 12 ***Variations: Add an extra In a medium bowl whisk muffin cups and bake 15 banana'for more sweetness or together oat bran, protein minutes or until toothpick puree a mango or other pulpy powder, baking powder, inserted into center comes out fruit to use in place of the baking soda, and cinnamon; clean. Transfer to a wire rack bananas. set aside, to cool for 10 minutes, then In a large bowl, mix mashedremove muffins from tin and banana, applesauce, yogurt,place on wire rack to cool Recipe by Monique at Ambitious egg whites and vanilla completely. Kitchen, Get a FREE trial pair of contact lenses with a contact lens exam! at I 00000000000000'0000000'00 M. Kate West Michelle Gosney, a past time is 10 a.m. Staff Writer participant of the Tweed Ride, Lunch will be available for is an advocate of the ride • purchase in Canyon Dam at format and set about to bring a the end of the ride. All The Almanor Recreation and similar activity to her local bicyclers should feel free to Park District is hosting its community, pack their own lunch, bungee first-ever Decades Bike Ride This is casual and fun on a boom box and stop along this Saturday, Aug. 9, on the bicycle ride. Participants are the way to picnic and swim, Almanor West Trail. encouraged to come dressed in say organizers. Decades is a free event open 1920s pel'iod attire and cruise The event is dubbed to the community and guests of the 8-mile scenic trail that "Decades" because it is the the Lake Almanor Basin. The hugs the shores of Lake goal of the recreation district ride will offer participants Almanor. to offer participants a different incredible vistas of the western While the opportunity to era for each annual ride. shoreline of Lake Almanor, a enjoy vintage bicycles would This year's event is ail about healthy outdoor activity and a be a plus for all, bicycles of any the Roaring 1920s, the decade fun opportunity to step back in year are welcome, when major cultural, social time. The starting location for and artistic shifts occurred Decades' vision is based on Decades is the Almanor around the world. the incredibly popular "Tweed Recreation Trailhead on For more information about Ride" hosted in Chico each Highway 89, across from Decades call event coordinator year. ARPD board member Humbug Road. The gatheringMichelle Gosney at 519-3879. ...... Wecan assisiwithail il your building needs - [t from plans to the ~iI CONSTRUCTION 1984 (530) 283-2035 P.O. 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John and Jessica Papenhausen & The Indian Valley Volunteer Fire Dept. the following merchants and community members for their participation and generous donations at the MOHAWKTRADING COMPANY f---Hot Rod Custom Car Get-Together---- • Village Drug Co. • Mohawk Trading Company • Mark Delizio • Canyon Dam Store Auto & Jewelry Center • Dan Bickel • Hunter ACE Hardware • Ri!ey's Beef.Jerky • Carol's Caf6 & West • Greenville Auto Parts • Plumas Bank Shore Deli At Prattville • Anna's Caf6 • Sierra Coffee & Beverage • Into The Woods • Moon's Restaurant • American Valley Speedway • Evergreen Market • SST Oil • Feather Publishing Co., Inc. • R. Wright Classics • La Sierra Lanes • John Fehrman • Elaine's Food Stand Proceeds from this event will help to benefit the Indian Valley Volunteer Fire DepL ' j I l (530) 283-9945 I