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    Here is my recipe for some delicious fried brown rice

    1) cook off your brown rice
    2) add a splash of olive oil, splash of balsamic vinegar, 1 tbsp soy sauce (i use bragg's liquid aminos) and 1 minced garlic glove to your pan
    3) heat up pan over stove top and let everything sizzle for a minute
    4) add your brown rice and toss it around for a few minutes on there
    5) you now have a plate of scrumptious brown rice


    i'd recommend throwing some veggies in the rice. i like carrots and broccoli


    tasty and healthy!
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    pwo oats

    80g oats
    300ml semi skimmed milk
    2 scoops whey
    1 tbsp whole earth pb (using crunchy)
    2 tsp pure set honey

    Macros:
    68g carbs (14g sugar)
    64g protein
    24g fat (3g sat fat)

    Could eat this 4 times a day to be honest
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    1 can tuna or salmon
    1 egg
    Italian bread crumbs (can't remember exact amount, around 1/4 cup?)
    Red Pepper Flakes, Chili/Cayenne Powder, Smoked Paprika to taste

    Shape into cakes. Making it into 3 cakes puts them at a good size. Heat up olive oil in pan, cook until golden brown on each side but still moist in the middle.

    Sauce: Cranberry or Raspberry jam with cinnamon, white pepper, and red pepper flakes to taste. Works best with hint of pepper, dash of cinnamon, and decent amount of red pepper.

    And enjoy!

    (Sorry for the overall vagueness, my cooking is a lot of eyeballing and improv)
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    Hey guys whats up, I'm starting college soon and with work and college I'm going to have a little less time to cook and eat all my meals so i want to get a good shake to replace one of them. As of now the only thing i can think of is 2 scoops of whey protein, 1 banana or fruit, cup of oats (will blend it first so its powder, would it make a difference and does it have to be cooked????), cup of milk, 2 tbs of pb and thats it. I know you guys have some better ideas, so if you dont mind sharing ill really appreciate it. Thanks
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    Originally Posted by capricio View Post
    what is pineapple ? Anyone got a pic ? I don't know what it is cuz im from europe.
    why dont u google it?loool
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    Chocolate peanut butter protein bars

    1 1/2 C chocolate whey protein powder
    3/4 C almond meal
    2 T cocoa powder
    1/4 C creamy peanut butter
    1/2 C milk

    100 g dark chocolate



    Mix the first 5 ingredients in a bowl until you get a thick paste-like batter. Divide the batter into 6 portions and shape into bars. Chill in the freezer for a few minutes to harden up a bit.

    Melt the chocolate slowly over a double boiler. Once melted, add bars one at a time to coat. Stick back in the freezer and enjoy once the chocolate has hardened!

    Calorie count will depend on what protein powder, peanut butter, & chocolate you use. Mine came out around 343 calories, 20 g carbs, 22 g fat, and 19 g protein. I used Muscle Milk Light (trying to finish off the tub haha). You can also sub in oat or coconut flour for the almond meal, and any other favorite protein powder flavor you like or have on hand.
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    Originally Posted by rachelily View Post
    Chocolate peanut butter protein bars

    1 1/2 C chocolate whey protein powder
    3/4 C almond meal
    2 T cocoa powder
    1/4 C creamy peanut butter
    1/2 C milk

    100 g dark chocolate

    Mix the first 5 ingredients in a bowl until you get a thick paste-like batter. Divide the batter into 6 portions and shape into bars. Chill in the freezer for a few minutes to harden up a bit.

    Melt the chocolate slowly over a double boiler. Once melted, add bars one at a time to coat. Stick back in the freezer and enjoy once the chocolate has hardened!

    Calorie count will depend on what protein powder, peanut butter, & chocolate you use. Mine came out around 343 calories, 20 g carbs, 22 g fat, and 19 g protein. I used Muscle Milk Light (trying to finish off the tub haha). You can also sub in oat or coconut flour for the almond meal, and any other favorite protein powder flavor you like or have on hand.
    Om nom nom, looks awesome! Will have to try this one on the weekend. The calories and macro's seem about right for a meal, although I might add a bit to them so they have a few more calories.

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    Originally Posted by Juicetin View Post
    Om nom nom, looks awesome! Will have to try this one on the weekend. The calories and macro's seem about right for a meal, although I might add a bit to them so they have a few more calories.

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    Hey everyone, new to the forum, figured you guys might be able to help me out. I have a fast metabolism and I'm looking to put on some weight before proceeding with anything else. I went to the store and put together some stuff for a weight gainer shake. Whipped it up and was pretty good, let me know if you guys think it needs improvement.

    2 cups whole milk
    1 cup biochem egg protein
    1/2 cup "quick cooking" rolled oats
    1/2 cup flaxseed
    1 banana and I might try using frozen blueberries to see how it tastes (both just for flavoring)

    I also opted out of using peanut butter just because I'm not the biggest fan, though it does have a lot of calories and good fats right?
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    Originally Posted by rachelily View Post
    You could totally add oats, chocolate chips, coconut flakes, pretty much whatever you want I may have to try that sometime too!
    These sound great. I am going to reduce almond meal by half and add coconut flour to cut some of the fat and maybe add a little more whey. thanks
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    Originally Posted by dogetta View Post
    These sound great. I am going to reduce almond meal by half and add coconut flour to cut some of the fat and maybe add a little more whey. thanks
    Good idea, I bet that'll be really good!
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    I wouldn't say this is my favorite recipe but its easy to make for work and does taste good.

    6 oz of grilled skinless chicken breast

    Veggies steamed
    1/2 cup of green peppers
    1/2 cup of broccoli
    1/2 cup of cauliflower
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    3 oz Chicken Breast, sliced
    1 cup sliced Red Peppers and Yellow Peppers
    1 cup Snow Peas
    ½ cup sliced Purple Onions
    ½ cup sliced Mushrooms
    1 tbsp Olive Oil
    ½ tbsp Soy Sauce
    2 tbsp Chicken Broth
    ¼ tsp Ginger
    ¼ tsp Garlic
    ½ tbsp Sugar or Honey
    1 cup Brown Rice
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    Crazy Good Cheesecake: (Similar to other cheesecake recipes posted, but IMO, better. I've been trying them all)

    750ml non-fat cream cheese (900 calories)
    500ml 0% plain greek yogurt (280 calories)
    5 egg whites (90 calories)
    1/4 cup flour (it's just a wee bit, but makes a difference) (100 calories)
    2 teaspoons vanilla
    3/4 cup Truvia (It's better with Truvia than splenda equivalent)
    1/2 teaspoon salt

    Preheat oven to 375
    Mix with beaters, cheese and blend in Truvia.
    Add eggs one at a time while blending in.
    Add the rest and blend in well.

    Pour in large deep baking pan.
    Put that pan in larger pan with 1-2 inches of water in it. (Water bath while baking. This makes it even better.)
    Bake 1 hour. Turn off Oven. Let sit in oven for 1 hour. Chill for four hours after.

    It's a massive cake at approx 1400 calories. Add topping of choice... or not.

    Absolutely tastes like a full fat, full sugar cheesecake.
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    before training:

    3 egg whites (or 3 scoops protein) with 1 packet oatmeal and 2 packets equal
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    Originally Posted by HealthResearch View Post
    Crazy Good Cheesecake: (Similar to other cheesecake recipes posted, but IMO, better. I've been trying them all)

    750ml non-fat cream cheese (900 calories)
    500ml 0% plain greek yogurt (280 calories)
    5 egg whites (90 calories)
    1/4 cup flour (it's just a wee bit, but makes a difference) (100 calories)
    2 teaspoons vanilla
    3/4 cup Truvia (It's better with Truvia than splenda equivalent)
    1/2 teaspoon salt

    Preheat oven to 375
    Mix with beaters, cheese and blend in Truvia.
    Add eggs one at a time while blending in.
    Add the rest and blend in well.

    Pour in large deep baking pan.
    Put that pan in larger pan with 1-2 inches of water in it. (Water bath while baking. This makes it even better.)
    Bake 1 hour. Turn off Oven. Let sit in oven for 1 hour. Chill for four hours after.

    It's a massive cake at approx 1400 calories. Add topping of choice... or not.

    Absolutely tastes like a full fat, full sugar cheesecake.
    What size pan did you use? 9" springform...?
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    Chocolate peanut butter protein bars

    1 1/2 C chocolate whey protein powder
    3/4 C almond meal
    2 T cocoa powder
    1/4 C creamy peanut butter
    1/2 C milk

    100 g dark chocolate



    Mix the first 5 ingredients in a bowl until you get a thick paste-like batter. Divide the batter into 6 portions and shape into bars. Chill in the freezer for a few minutes to harden up a bit.

    Melt the chocolate slowly over a double boiler. Once melted, add bars one at a time to coat. Stick back in the freezer and enjoy once the chocolate has hardened!

    Calorie count will depend on what protein powder, peanut butter, & chocolate you use. Mine came out around 343 calories, 20 g carbs, 22 g fat, and 19 g protein. I used Muscle Milk Light (trying to finish off the tub haha). You can also sub in oat or coconut flour for the almond meal, and any other favorite protein powder flavor you like or have on hand.
    Freaky! I actually did something similar to this the other day, I've just uploaded a video to my YT channel... It's a bit long though... I rabbit on a bit.

    Adding the chocolate makes all the difference IMO. Makes them more "professional" and "authentic"
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    My protein shake everyday:

    2 scoops whey
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    Casein Greek yogourt before bed

    Take 3/4 cups of plain Greek Yogourt
    half of a serving of any of your favorite Casein protein
    and half a serving of your favorite whey protein.
    Add a table spoon of fishoil

    Simply mix it with a spoon and voila (:

    No cooking, takes a few minutes and it's delicious!
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    Gourmet Scrambled Eggs (My Favorite Meal)

    PRE: Put a pan on, drizzle olive oil, add tomatoes and mushrooms.

    1. In a pan, put in Eggs (I use 6)

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    2. Add butter - be generous, I use a tablespoon.



    3. Turn the heat on HIGH and begin to stir. DON'T STOP STIRRING.

    4. Once butter is melted, take it off the flame, and keep stirring. After about a minute, put it back on.

    5. It should now be starting to form -- being a droopy consistency.

    6. Once it's almost cooked, turn flame off, it'll finish cooking itself in pan. The consistency should be fluffy.



    7. Put bread in the toaster (I prefer Sour Dough as it doesn't get soggy)

    8. add Salt, Pepper, chopped Parsley to the egg. Fold them in, don't wisk, just fold.

    9. Add smoked salmon.

    10. drizzle bread with a bit of Olive Oil, and put the egg on.

    11. Put tomatos and Mushrooms on.


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    Got no name for this, but just made it tonight. So delicious. Might sound gross, but try it:


    9 cooked egg whites.
    3/4 cup of brown and white rice.
    1 cup of black and kidney beans.
    1 cup of broccoli.
    2 tablespoons of barbecue sauce. (The one I use is 25 calories per 2 tablespoons.).
    1 tablespoon of olive oil.
    Boat load of Tabasco sauce.


    All mixed together in a bowl.
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    1 Scoop whey protein
    50g hemp seeds
    30ml aloe vera juice
    25ml flaxseed oil
    1 medium apple
    1 large banana
    1 large carrot
    and some organic kelp

    mix in blender add a little water or comes out way to thick around 100-150ml
    surprisingly nice, havent worked out macro's yet around 500 calories, 50g protien 40g fats, saturates around 4g, and around 40g carbs
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    saw this recipe in a thread a while ago and tried it today

    2 tsp peanut butter (i use crunchy)
    2 scoops chocolate whey protein (guess vanilla would work well with pb)
    around 40-50ml of skim milk

    just mix pb and whey in a bowl and add milk a little bit at a time until you have a cookie dough like consistency, put it in the fridge for half an hour and enjoy chocolate peanut butter cookie dough

    Macros: (yours will be different depending on whey/pb used)
    56g protein
    19g fat
    6g carbs

    tastiest 419 cals ever
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    Protein Pudding!

    Tried this out today and it turned out fantastic, a new stand-by snack for my pre-cardio and pre-sleep meals. Tastes like you're cheating!

    1 cup plain Greek yogurt of your choice (I go with fat free, about 150 cals a cup)
    1 scoop chocolate whey
    3 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder or to taste
    (optional) sweetener of choice (I use coconut palm sugar)

    aprox. 330 cals (unsweetened)
    protein: 52g
    carbs (unsweetened): 17g
    fat: 4g

    Stir in the whey and the cocoa powder until completely blended; you should end up with a thick, dark brown paste. 3 tbsp cocoa powder should get it nice and rich, but keep adding until stirring becomes a bit of a workout.

    And that's it. A good, hearty helping of your whey and your casein and it tastes just like chocolate pudding. For an added crunch or sweetness, toss in some nuts, fruit, raw cocao nibs, etc. Put it in the freezer for 1-2 hours for a tasty frozen treat.
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    Ultra High Energy Sandwich:

    2 slices wholemeal bread
    Peanut butter
    Broken up flapjack pieces
    Sliced Banana

    Great tasting, high calories - a real treat but keeps it within your usual daily nutrition requirements on a bulk.
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    I make this on sunday and eat through out the week

    Wheat pasta Boiled

    Turkey sausage Cook in virgin olive oil - Cook all together & mix with pasta
    Green peppers
    Red peppers
    Red onions
    Pineapple
    Artichoke
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