In teams of 2 complete the following for time:
Row 2000 meters
Hang power clean 135#(95#)
Partner 1 does all 10 hang power cleans and 10 pull ups, then partner 2 goes.
Continue in this format until finished
Post time to BTWB
* Come cheer on Verve’s Team, “3,2,GO!” today at CrossFit LTP for their Barbells for Bullies competition. This local comp will be fundraising for Gritty Pittie Rescue and will have some adorable dogs for adoption
Heat times are 2:52pm, 4pm, and 5:25pm
Join us in cheering on Anna, Nicole, Nate and Clancy and support a good cause!
This Easter weekend will be a time for many to indulge with family gatherings, and surrounded by comfort foods. Although we all like to treat ourselves once in awhile, sometimes we want to find the “cleanest” way to do so. This tasty treat is brought to you today by elana’s pantry
- Use a hand blender to whisk egg whites to stiff peaks
- Whisk in honey and salt
- Stir in coconut flakes
- Place bowl in fridge to chill for ½ hour
- Fill a 2 tablespoon scoop with batter
- Using your hand, very firmly pack batter into scoop to level
- Release batter onto a parchment paper lined baking sheet
- Bake at 350°F for 10-12 minutes, until macaroons are golden brown
- Cool 1 hour
I have a few quick tips for this Paleo Coconut Macaroon recipe. Rather than shredded coconut, I used flaked coconut because it looks pretty and browns quite nicely. I do not know if shredded coconut will work in this healthy macaroon recipe because coconut flakes are much larger than the tiny pieces in shredded coconut. If you do experiment, please let us know how it goes!
Next, the 2 tablespoon size scoop is important for this recipe. A smaller scoop won’t work as it will not hold the coconut flakes and press them into place. I’m not sure if an even larger scoop will work as I haven’t tried using one. Feel free to experiment with any size scoop you wish. Finally, be sure to let the batter sit in the fridge as it helps it set up and results in a macaroon that holds together after it is baked.