Here are some favorite Feed Zone recipes that draw from traditional fall flavors. 7 of these recipes are available as samples from the book that you can download and try at home.
Dr. Allen Lim started making his now famous Bacon and Egg Rice Cakes at training camps and races to give athletes something savory and fresh to eat while on the bike. They became a huge hit because riders were tired of pre-packaged, sweet foods. Sometimes savory hits the spot!
Made with almond flour, these pancakes are gluten-free and lower in carbs than traditional pancakes. Skip the sugar crash and fuel up for morning rides with these hearty pancakes that have an ideal mix of carbs, protein, and fat.
Before your next long ride, trail run, or hike, you can whip up this free sample recipe from Feed Zone Portables: Gluten-Free Banana Waffles. Watch this video on how to make this delicious portable snack recipe.
Together, The Feed Zone Cookbook and Feed Zone Portables offer cyclists, runners, and triathletes over 150 vegetarian and 150 gluten-free recipes.
According to Dr. Allen Lim and chef Biju Thomas, eggs are the peloton’s favorite source of protein. Why? It’s as much about practicality as it is about taste. At home or on the road, eggs are affordable, easy to find, and simple to prepare in a variety of ways.
The Crispy Rice Omelet is a perfect mix of fuel and flavor. Chef Biju shows you how to whip up an omelet in just a few minutes. Take a look!
It’s 8 a.m. on a Saturday morning. Three hours from now you’ll be lining up at the start of a cyclocross race, readying for 45 minutes of full-throttle action. What does your body need for this mammoth, heart-pounding effort?
The Feed Zone Cookbook uses eggs quite a bit, so this poses a problem for our now eggless friends. Fortunately, chef Biju knows how to substitute for pretty much anything.
Leftover rice makes a fast, filling breakfast with this Sweet Rice Porridge recipe. With the help of the egg yolk and the banana, you’ll get just enough protein and sugars.
Pro cyclist Julian Kyer sent in this report from the road during his week at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, where he finished second on the individual time trial. Sick of eating on the road, Kyer challenged himself to make every meal from a rice cooker! Enjoy.
How many vegetarian and gluten-free recipes are in The Feed Zone Cookbook?
Athlete review of Feed Zone Cookbook recipe: Sweet Rice Porridge
Rice or pasta are common pre-race breakfast staples for professional cyclists, but at the 2011 Tour of California Chris Horner and the RadioShack team proved that oatmeal can be the breakfast of champions.