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  #101  
Unread 07-31-2012, 04:14 PM
mantorras77 mantorras77 is offline
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Default Chocolate-Banana Protein Pudding (RFL Desert)

I decided to use my free meal on a desert! Tasted oh so good!

Chocolate-Banana Protein Pudding (RFL Desert)
- Chocolate Protein Powder (1 scoop)
- 1.5 cups fat-free milk
- 1 Box of fat-free/sugar-free Banana Creme Jello Pudding

1. Whisk jello powder and milk until pudding consistency.
2. Add-in protein powder until well blended
3. Cool in fridge for 15 mins.

Cals: 365
Fat: 1.5
Crbs: 47.5
Pro: 36

Of course you can get creative and use all sorts of flavors. Use as much protein for your macros.
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Unread 07-31-2012, 05:14 PM
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Originally Posted by mantorras77 View Post
I decided to use my free meal on a desert! Tasted oh so good!

Chocolate-Banana Protein Pudding (RFL Desert)
- Chocolate Protein Powder (1 scoop)
- 1.5 cups fat-free milk
- 1 Box of fat-free/sugar-free Banana Creme Jello Pudding

1. Whisk jello powder and milk until pudding consistency.
2. Add-in protein powder until well blended
3. Cool in fridge for 15 mins.

Cals: 365
Fat: 1.5
Crbs: 47.5
Pro: 36

Of course you can get creative and use all sorts of flavors. Use as much protein for your macros.
Instant fat-free/sugar-free Jello pudding by itself has a lot of artificial sweetener in it. Doesn't it get exceedingly sweet mixing two artificially sweetened products: instant pudding & protein powers? Also if you want to cut back on calories, instant pudding sets perfectly fine and firm with the following:
  • Two cups of fat free milk
  • One cup ff milk + protein powder dissolved in 1 cup H2O.
  • 1/2 cup of Greek Yogurt + 1.5 cup of H2O
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Unread 08-05-2012, 05:16 AM
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I use eggwhites & 2 eggs as a base fry it in a pan let it cool & put my pizza topping on it its not perfect but very low in carbs
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Unread 03-17-2013, 08:55 PM
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I can't believe how much I liked this. I used different mixtures of my TP chocolate flavored whey/US Milk Protein. I only had regular cocoa, and I know I like the taste of the Hershey's Dark better, so I'll probably like it even more when I restock that. I put one whole tbp of psyllium and 2 tablespoons of cocoa. I also used regular fat free milk for the first two batches and used 1/2 TBSP butter. I have to buy the spray butter so I can cut down to 10-20 calories from oil. I'm also going to try it with just no butter.

In any case, my only problem with this is that I want to eat more of it. I knew I had to save calories for my corned beef dinner tonight but ended up going way over maitenance because I made 3 batches of this through out the day.

I guess if I eat it as the majority of my calorie intake for a few days, I'll stop craving it so much.

In any case, good recipe and if I eat a lot of this, it's okay too as the ingredients are inexpensive.

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Originally Posted by Uziel View Post
This is for RFL but it's been my stand-by evening meal/dessert whatever. I'll likely keep this part of my diet regardless of whatever I'm doing because it's delicious.

2 scoops EAS Chocolate Whey Protein powder
2 tsp psyllium husk (~9g soluble fiber)
1 tsp Hershey's Special Dark Cocoa (10 calories)
1/4 of a serving of unsweetened almond milk (10 calories)
Little bit of Spray Butter
Splenda to taste

Mix the protein and husk powder in a bowl, add cocoa and mix. Add a little bit of spray butter, then slowly add the almond milk while mixing. Taste, then add desired amount of splenda.

It's basically brownie batter. I eat it with a spoon and the entire bowl is:
~280 calories, 46g protein, 2g fat, 2g net carbs, 11g fiber
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Unread 03-22-2013, 12:49 AM
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Default Xanthan gum

I finally got my hands on Xanthan gum. My first attempt at using it was with this recipe. Good stuff. I put 2 scoops of TN Vanilla Birthday Cake US Milk Protein, and about 16 oz of root beer. I had some crushed ice, but next time I'll just use cold root beer with no ice. I added 1 tsp of xathan gum. 1/2 a tsp would probably have been enough but some spilled out when I was putting it away so I just dumped it in the blender.

The xantham gum made it a thick, root beer float tasting smoothie. I drink everything fast, and the thickness made me slow down which is great.

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Thanks Stevie!

Okay, this is just awesome for a dessert craving. YUM. It really tastes like cheating.


1 serving of vanilla protein powder
1 can of diet root beer
lots of ice

Using a blender, crush ice as much as possible. Add half the can of root beer and the protein powder. Mix until the protein powder is well blended. Add the rest of the root beer. Blend for about 3 seconds. Enjoy.

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Unread 04-03-2013, 09:33 PM
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Default Warning... this is delicious!

Cinnamon Pancakes:

Ingredients:
- 1 cup vanilla whey protein
- 3/4 cup egg beaters OR 5 egg whites
- Cinnamon (at least 1tsp + to taste)
- Splenda (3-4 packets)
- Pam

(1) Pre-heat the non-stick pan or cooking surface of your choice to medium low heat.

(2) Get a bowl, add all of the ingredients together, mix thoroughly.

(3) Spray pan with Pam. Pour on to cooking surface, give it about 3-4 minutes on the first side, flip and then 1-2 minutes more and you're done!

Couple tips: It's very sloppy when you flip it so you want to do it fast. I put the cover on the pan for a while so the top firms up a bit. When you're done sprinkle on another packet of splenda and some more cinnamon.

Depending on the whey and choice of eggs:

40-50g protein
1-5 g carbs (less if you use egg whites)
0g fat

Can't get much better than that on this diet.
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Unread 06-10-2013, 10:46 PM
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One of my favorites, and can be cooked in the microwave or on the stove.

Banana Egg Scramble

1 over ripe banana, mashed
4 Egg Whites
Honey, sugar, or stevia to taste; I use a bit of stevia, but really the banana is sweet enough
1 tsp cinnamon

Mix all ingredients together and pour in a greased microwave safe bowl or skillet. Cook in microwave for 2.5 min, stir around a little and heat another 1.5 min. Or cook in skillet as you would scrambled eggs or an omelette.

I love this topped with almond butter and it's great cold! Sometimes I'll add cocoa powder and/or vanilla protein powder for something different and delicious! Great breakfast or dessert!
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Unread 06-25-2014, 12:48 AM
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Default Pumpkin and chicken; coo chocolate pumpkin cake

This sounds gross but it's really good and my latest food obsession

1/2 c canned pumpkin
4 oz grilled chicken
1/2 c diced tomatoes
7 raw chopped asparagus spears
1 c chopped raw zuchinni
Ciinnamon

Bake at 375 for 30 min

Choc pumpkin cake
1 c canned pumpkin
1 scoop chocolate or whatever flavor protein powder
3 egg whites
1 tbsp coconut flour
Cinnamon
1/2 tsp baking soda

375 for abt 45 min
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Unread 07-27-2016, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Persianlady View Post
Here is one of my favorite low carb recipes using lean ground chicken breast.

99% lean ground chicken
85g broccoli
50g onions
100g green peppers
50g shredded carrots
15g tomato paste
a dash of saffron, Emeril seasoning, basil, oregano
salt and pepper

combine all vegetables in a food processor. Mix all ingredients together in a bowl using your hands.

In a nonstick pan, spray it with Pam, and flatten out the meat mixture using your hands like a pancake. Cook on med/high with the top cover of pan and let the heat cook the meat. Once the bottom get brown and the meat is partially cooked, cut into 4 pieces equally and flip over to allow other side to brown. Let cook for another 5-10 minutes.

Nutritional content for each quarter:
19g protein, 4g carbs, 0.7g fats

Its a great meal on the go, b/c it has both the veggies and protein all in one so you can wrap in aluminum foil and eat on the road!
cheers for the recipe what a great find! ill get on this for sure!
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Unread 05-22-2017, 10:54 PM
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Yummy Breakfast Variation
I have this every single morning, very easy to make and only need a microwave!

116 gms egg whites (from hardboiled)
30 gms spinach (from frozen thawed)
1 1/2 feta cheese (full fat Presidents crumbled the best)
15 gms tomato (cherry)
20 gms of nutbutter ( I like almond, hazelnut, and cashew) I usually have a few more grams too

First: premicrowave the spinach (already thawed) for 4 min
then add eggs, tomato and cut up to your liking ( I cut it up very well), then microwave 1 min 15 sec. Then add salt/pepper and cut up again. Then top with feta and mix in lightly so it doesn't melt much

side of nutbutter to eat with the feta parts

~315 cals, 10c, 25p, 18f
I usually make this for my breakfast. You have added liltte bit more stuff which seems that it will make the food more tasty. I will try it tomorrow fro sure. Thanks for sharing Morgan.
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