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    Originally Posted by Beacher View Post
    I just launched a site specifically for creating recipes and having the nutritional information automatically calculated for you: if anyone wants to add some of their cut friendly recipes there, they become searchable by everyone else.
    Sweet idea, looks good too, menu doesn't work though
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    Originally Posted by uluxus View Post
    Sweet idea, looks good too, menu doesn't work though
    Haha thanks, it's just there for looks until we add that content, the main concern with getting the site live was to allow users to submit recipes while we build up the other areas
    Search for bodybuilding recipes by calories and macronutrients: www.rippedrecipes.com
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    Originally Posted by Hippomatik View Post
    This isn't a specific recipe, but I switch out flour/milk for almond flour and almond milk. I find this usually keeps calories and sugar/carbs down but is still really good
    I just got some almond flour today and it is delicious! I too swap out for almond milk, cuts a lot of cals.
    If you change nothing, nothing will change.

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    Not specific recipies... but ideas I have found that are easy to customize:

    Breakfast idea: "Egg Cups"
    Use cupcake pan - line each cup with a slice of your prefered meat (ie: Turkey, whatever you like). After that fill with things you like (small cube of grain bread, veggies, cheese, etc.) Top with 1 egg per cupcake-cup. Might have to help it wiggle into the nooks & crannies so it doesn't over flow. Leave yolk whole, scramble a little, or remove yolk entirely. Bake at 350 for roughly 20 minutes (give or take, you'll see when the egg looks cooked.) When cooled, remove from cupcake pan and store in tupperware. Easy for an on the go breakfast in the car, or microwave at work etc.

    Second... spaghetti squash is wonderful. Chop in half. Place cut side down in a shallow pan. Add water (cover roughly 1/2" up the edge of squash) - microwave for 15 or so minutes. You'll know its done when it is soft and has some give if you squeeze the shell. Use a fork to scrape the strings out of the shell (this is your spaghetti!) and throw in whatever ingredients you want - I like to add different types of beans. You can add veggies, cheese, any sauce you want (pesto, red, chopped tomato etc.) - Its a nice hearty meal minus all of the pasta.

    Sorry, I don't really have nutritional info but it would all depend on what ingredients you use!
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    for my main meal I use a measuring cup of for everything and I only cook with a bit of water and add the longest cooking 1st like

    1)potato, rice/barley, carrot
    2)then add celery and onion
    3)then broccoli , bell peppers, cucumber...
    4)then some chopped pork/beef loin or tenderloin, chicken, fish....whatever, combos too
    5)sometimes multi dry bean mix that I cook separate and keep in the fridge

    or similar veggies, whatever I have

    then spices and its like a stir fry, tastes great and very very healthy and filling


    I hardly ever eat refined sugars anymore, sometimes I have a slice of bread and jam without butter and add cinnamon on top...Day 1 of day I stopped butter and never even missed it.
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    #1 Chicken Breasts

    1. Prepare brine: salt, white sugar, soy sauce, 1 lemon's juice, handful of chili pepper flakes
    2. Place chicken in brine for 2.5-3 hours
    3. Pull out of brine - do not rinse off
    4. Apply rub of white pepper, a tiny bit of cumin, spicy chili powder, black pepper, paprika, onion salt, granulated garlic and a bit of celery seed
    5. Smoke over oak for 30 minutes
    6. Grill at ~350 degrees until 165 degrees
    7. ????
    8. Profit.


    I typically bring a pound of this chicken with me to work everyday, makes hitting macros incredibly easy. I change up the rubs and add hot sauce to them on the grill etc. The chicken is so moist and flavorful that you don't need anything with it except some sriracha

    I have a traeger pellet grill which allows me to switch from smoking to grilling with a crank of a knob. You can do something similar with a charcoal or propane grill if you soak some oak wood and put it in a tin can and place that near the heat source.
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    I'll eat this as a good snack cutting or bulking.

    Low carb wrap
    Pumpkin (140g)
    WF marshmallow and caramel dip(30g each)
    sprinkle some cinnamon and nutmeg
    I like to stick mine in the freezer till it's frozen

    Macros
    cals:100
    carbs 20(a lot of fiber)
    protein: 8
    fat: 2.5

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    Couscous salad with Tuna and Avocado
    -70g Couscous
    -125g Kidney Beans
    -250g Cherry Tomatoes
    -150g Spinach
    -1 Pepper
    -60g of light feta(used Salakis 9%)
    -150g tuna
    -half of an onion
    -100g Avocado

    Cook the Couscous,let it cool,combine everything except avocado and feta
    mix thoroughly
    top with Avocado and Feta

    season with lemon pepper/garlic/fresh lemon/balsamic
    yields an enormous bowl of fresh salad!

    884 calories
    97g carbs
    24g fat
    76g protein

    ^ i know,the macros seem alot,but this recipe is really filling as the couscous yields alot of volume(to reduce carbs you could also skip the couscous)
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    Pizza with Tuna/egg base

    -150g canned tuna
    -1 egg/2 eggwhites
    -seasonings of your choice

    looked around in the internet and found this great recipe,which tastes even better than a normal pizza imo.

    1. squeeze the water out of the tuna (needs so be really dry,so the base has the desired consistency)
    2. combine with eggs
    3. Mix everything with a food processor or immersion blender until creamy
    4. season with garlic/pepper/salt/whatever
    5. put in oven at 200°Celsius for about 10 min
    6. top with whatever you like
    7. put in oven at 200°Celsius for another 10 min

    my favourite toppings are onion/tomato/broccoli and cheese as the base yields alot of taste itself
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    has anyone made frozen greek yogurt at home using an ice cream maker? I'd like to add in some whey powder for flavoring. Any advice/tips will be greatly appreciated!
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    Originally Posted by JaxLifter View Post
    has anyone made frozen greek yogurt at home using an ice cream maker? I'd like to add in some whey powder for flavoring. Any advice/tips will be greatly appreciated!
    no,but my frozen GY bowls always turn out creamy even though i only use a whisk.Try adding some Nut Butter,it really makes the bowl creamy and the constistency is the same as normal ice cream.
    try 300g GY,40g Nut Butter,15g Whey,add some water and whip it with a whisk
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    nice recipes... def gonna try a few
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    Originally Posted by tehm View Post
    Pizza with Tuna/egg base

    -150g canned tuna
    -1 egg/2 eggwhites
    -seasonings of your choice

    looked around in the internet and found this great recipe,which tastes even better than a normal pizza imo.

    1. squeeze the water out of the tuna (needs so be really dry,so the base has the desired consistency)
    2. combine with eggs
    3. Mix everything with a food processor or immersion blender until creamy
    4. season with garlic/pepper/salt/whatever
    5. put in oven at 200°Celsius for about 10 min
    6. top with whatever you like
    7. put in oven at 200°Celsius for another 10 min

    my favourite toppings are onion/tomato/broccoli and cheese as the base yields alot of taste itself
    trying this right now

    you best not be trolling

    edit; he is legit
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    trying this right now

    you best not be trolling

    edit; he is legit
    Yep I made one too, this **** is amazing!!
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    1 cup oats
    1 cup blueberries
    3tbsp Vanilla extract
    2 tbsp honey
    1/4 cup walnuts (chopped)
    Cinnamon (however much you want)

    Boil water, blueberries, vanilla extract, honey, and cinnamon all together. After water boils, add oats and walnuts. Orgasm will happen in mouth.
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    leanest buffalo ranch turkey meatballs of all time

    ingredients:
    16oz extra lean (99% fat free) ground turkey: 480cal, 4g fat, 0g carbs, 112g protein
    1/2c raw instant oats, chopped: 150cal, 2.5g fat, 27g carbs, 6g protein
    2 eggs: 140 cal, 8g fat, 0g carbs, 12g protein
    1 packet hidden valley ranch seasoning: 80cal, 15carb, 2 fat, 0 protein
    6oz sweet onion, chopped: 40cal
    6oz celery, chopped: 10cal
    1/2c frank's red hot: 0cal

    total macros:
    900cal, 16.5g fat, 42g carbs, 130g protein

    directions
    preheat oven to 450. mix everything up real nicely & such. spray a foil-lined baking sheet w/ dat evoo spray. drop by tablespoons onto the tray & bake for 25 mins. mine made 38 tablespoon-size turkey balls.

    macros per meatball:
    24 cal, 0.4g fat, 1.1g carb, 3.4g protein

    SO DAMN GOOD. they look kinda weird but w/e.

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    cottage cheese on thinly cut toast, with some sliced olives and a few drops of hot pepper sauce

    quick easy snack
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    Anybody have a good amount of these recipes saved in a document?
    I can compile one up. Make a google docs available for everyone
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    quinoa alla puttanesca, aka whore-style quinoa

    ingredients:
    2oz dry quinoa (roughly 1/4 cup): 206cal, 4g fat, 34g carbs, 8g protein
    1/2 cup water: 0cal
    1/2 cup prego light smart traditional italian sauce: 45cal, 0g fat, 11g carbs, 1g protein
    1 tsp sriracha sauce: 0cal

    total macros:
    251cal, 4g fat, 45g carbs, 9g protein

    directions:
    bring the quinoa & water to a boil in a saucepan over high heat. reduce heat and simmer covered 25 mins or until the quinoa is tender and all of the water is absorbed. the seed germ will be visible; kinda looks like little white worms. you may have to add a little extra water if it evaporates before the quinoa is cooked. remove from heat, add the tomato sauce and sriracha. add salt and pepper to taste if desired. enjoy.
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    Posted this in a few other threads figured id add it here.

    Fried Chicken on the BBQ (not actually fried)

    Ingredients
    Chicken Breast
    Egg wash (eggs + skim milk)
    Coconut flour
    Almond Flour (or meal)
    Whole Wheat Bread Crumbs
    Seasoning (w.e you like)
    Extra virigin olive oil


    Look into making "fried chicken" on the bbq chicken breast > coconut flour > egg wash > mix of spices/almond flour (or almond meal) plus a little whole wheat bread crumbs (adjust amount of bread crumbs to taste or carb requirements) toss in fridge so it doesnt fall apart (30 min~) little EVOO and right on the grill.**** taste fricken AMAZING and is basically 90% protein/fiber

    I seriously think this **** taste better than homemade fried chicken, on top of the fact that its WAY healthier.
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    pumpkin pie protein pancakes:
    1 scoop cinnabun protein powder (vanilla will suffice)
    1/4 cup egg whites
    1 tbsp milled flax
    pumpkin pie spice, I just used a ton of it
    2 tbsp unsweetened almond milk (i'm sure normal milk will work too, but I'm avoiding dairy)
    4 heaping tbsp 100% pure unsweetened pumpkin
    pinch of baking powder

    grease the pan up with a little spray of pam, you don't need much at all or some coconut oil if you want and cook like a pancake. I made them with a tablespoon so they were mini and i could pop them in my mouth. DELISH, you don't need syrup or anything. I tried them with cottage cheese and cinnamon on top and that was pretty good too!

    I also tried these subbing the pumpkin with 1/2 an apple and skipping the pumpkin pie spice. I cooked the other half of the apple while I was cooking the pancakes and put it on top of some of them and topped the others with powdered peanut butter. DELISH!

    ~210 calories, 4 g fat, 9 g carbs, 36 g protein

    protein crepes
    1 scoop protein powder
    1/2 cup egg whites
    2 tbsp milled flax
    2 tbsp unsweetened almond milk

    spray the pan with pam or use some coconut oil and cook them like a thin pancake

    ~230 calories, 8 g carbs, 7 g fat, 45 g protein

    I've tried these 2 ways, the first time i used vanilla protein and put 1/2 a banana in the batter, once i cooked them i topped them with skinny cow chocolate fudge brownie ice cream and the other half of the banana! SO GOOD. that was on my carb up day though, so unfortunately I can't eat that every day

    The way I've been eating them now is with myofusion chocolate pb protein, and using unsweetened chocolate almond milk instead of unsweetened vanilla. Once I cook them up I top them with either natty pb or powdered pb. SOSOSOSOSOSO good

    Protein pizza crust
    6 tbsp milled flax
    3 tbsp fat free cottage cheese
    1/2 cup egg whites
    1 pack artificial sweetener ( i used nutrice (sp?) )

    I baked mine in a pie dish for 20 minutes on 300 degrees F

    the crust is ~250 calories, 15 g fat, 30 g protein

    but it's totally filling and so clean. It can't really compare to REAL pizza, but it's not bad. I made mine at 12 and it's 3 now and I'm not hungry yet

    I put 8 oz chicken, a little bit of onion and a little bit of garlic in a food processor, weighed out 85 g of broccoli and then cooked them in 1/4 cup marinara sauce (classico sweet tomato basil) once the crust was done I drained the chicken mixture and topped the pizza with it and then i put another 1/4 cup of marinara sauce in the microwave and topped the chicken mixture with that.
    It was pretty good. again, it cant compare to real pizza but it's decent.

    hope you guys like them
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    Originally Posted by earthshieldlol View Post
    leanest buffalo ranch turkey meatballs of all time

    ingredients:
    16oz extra lean (99% fat free) ground turkey: 480cal, 4g fat, 0g carbs, 112g protein
    1/2c raw instant oats, chopped: 150cal, 2.5g fat, 27g carbs, 6g protein
    2 eggs: 140 cal, 8g fat, 0g carbs, 12g protein
    1 packet hidden valley ranch seasoning: 80cal, 15carb, 2 fat, 0 protein
    6oz sweet onion, chopped: 40cal
    6oz celery, chopped: 10cal
    1/2c frank's red hot: 0cal

    total macros:
    900cal, 16.5g fat, 42g carbs, 130g protein

    directions
    preheat oven to 450. mix everything up real nicely & such. spray a foil-lined baking sheet w/ dat evoo spray. drop by tablespoons onto the tray & bake for 25 mins. mine made 38 tablespoon-size turkey balls.

    macros per meatball:
    24 cal, 0.4g fat, 1.1g carb, 3.4g protein

    SO DAMN GOOD. they look kinda weird but w/e.

    This looks great, however I am keeping carbs down at the mo....are the oats just for binding purposes or more to fill you up?
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    Originally Posted by theymademedoit View Post
    This looks great, however I am keeping carbs down at the mo....are the oats just for binding purposes or more to fill you up?
    Cheers,
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    mostly for binding purposes, prolly would be fine w/o them. i'd imagine the celery/onions would keep them plenty moist w/o the oats.
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    I'm sure this isn't anything earth shattering to most people, but I've started making this every day, I love it, beats the protein bar I was having in it's place at work:

    1.5 servings Liberte Greek Yogurt (each serving is 3/4 cup)
    1/4 cup blueberries
    1/4 cup granola
    3 tsp splenda

    Mix it all together, tastes freaking awesome, macros work out to:

    305 Calories, 3.3g Fat, 41g Carbs, 30g protein

    Pic and more nutritional information is on my site: http://www.rippedrecipes.com/recipe/...rfait-213.html
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    Originally Posted by earthshieldlol View Post
    leanest buffalo ranch turkey meatballs of all time

    ingredients:
    16oz extra lean (99% fat free) ground turkey: 480cal, 4g fat, 0g carbs, 112g protein
    1/2c raw instant oats, chopped: 150cal, 2.5g fat, 27g carbs, 6g protein
    2 eggs: 140 cal, 8g fat, 0g carbs, 12g protein
    1 packet hidden valley ranch seasoning: 80cal, 15carb, 2 fat, 0 protein
    6oz sweet onion, chopped: 40cal
    6oz celery, chopped: 10cal
    1/2c frank's red hot: 0cal

    total macros:
    900cal, 16.5g fat, 42g carbs, 130g protein

    directions
    preheat oven to 450. mix everything up real nicely & such. spray a foil-lined baking sheet w/ dat evoo spray. drop by tablespoons onto the tray & bake for 25 mins. mine made 38 tablespoon-size turkey balls.

    macros per meatball:
    24 cal, 0.4g fat, 1.1g carb, 3.4g protein

    SO DAMN GOOD. they look kinda weird but w/e.

    HOLY ****!

    I just made these, they are amazing! They taste JUST like buffalo chicken wings! The only thing I changed was using Walden Farms Ranch dressing (0 calorie). Oh and my batch only made 11 meatballs, they were BIG meatballs though.

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    a lot of these look great!
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    20 ounces prepared whole-wheat pizza dough, (see Shopping Tip)
    1/4 cup smooth natural peanut butter
    3 tablespoons water
    2 teaspoons reduced-sodium soy sauce
    2 teaspoons rice vinegar
    2 teaspoons minced fresh ginger
    1 clove garlic, minced
    1 teaspoon canola oil
    8 ounces boneless, skinless chicken breast, trimmed and diced
    1 red bell pepper, diced
    4 scallions, thinly sliced
    2/3 cup shredded part-skim mozzarella cheese
    Place oven rack in the lowest position; preheat to 450°F. Coat a large baking sheet with cooking spray.
    Roll out or stretch dough on a lightly floured surface into a rough 16-inch oval. Transfer to the baking sheet. Bake on the bottom rack until puffed and lightly crisped on the bottom, 8 to 10 minutes.
    Meanwhile, whisk peanut butter, water, soy sauce, vinegar, ginger and garlic in a small bowl until well combined.
    Heat oil in a medium nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add chicken and cook, stirring, until cooked through, 2 to 4 minutes. Transfer to a medium bowl. Add bell pepper, scallions and 1 tablespoon of the peanut sauce to the chicken; toss to combine.
    Remove the crust from the oven; spread evenly with the remaining peanut sauce. Top with the chicken mixture, then sprinkle with cheese. Return the pizza to the oven and bake on the bottom rack until the crust is crispy and golden and the cheese is melted, 11 to 13 minutes
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    Originally Posted by earthshieldlol View Post
    leanest buffalo ranch turkey meatballs of all time

    ingredients:
    16oz extra lean (99% fat free) ground turkey: 480cal, 4g fat, 0g carbs, 112g protein
    1/2c raw instant oats, chopped: 150cal, 2.5g fat, 27g carbs, 6g protein
    2 eggs: 140 cal, 8g fat, 0g carbs, 12g protein
    1 packet hidden valley ranch seasoning: 80cal, 15carb, 2 fat, 0 protein
    6oz sweet onion, chopped: 40cal
    6oz celery, chopped: 10cal
    1/2c frank's red hot: 0cal

    total macros:
    900cal, 16.5g fat, 42g carbs, 130g protein

    directions
    preheat oven to 450. mix everything up real nicely & such. spray a foil-lined baking sheet w/ dat evoo spray. drop by tablespoons onto the tray & bake for 25 mins. mine made 38 tablespoon-size turkey balls.

    macros per meatball:
    24 cal, 0.4g fat, 1.1g carb, 3.4g protein

    SO DAMN GOOD. they look kinda weird but w/e.
    You're amazing.

    I made some for work tonight, I used half the veggies, 1 whole egg, one white, and I used 93/7 ground chicken.

    I was able to make 17 with a small ice cream scooper, macros :
    46cal/ .5g fat / 3 carb / 6 protein
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