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    My favorite Black Bean Soup...

    Things need:
    8 C chicken or vegetable broth
    2 C dried black beans
    10 C water
    1 C chopped carrots
    2 14.5 oz cans of diced tomatoes with chilli peppers
    1 C chopped onions
    1 tsp finely chopped garlic
    1/8 tsp red pepper
    1/4 tsp pepper

    To do:
    Heat beans and water for boiling, then reduce the heat. Uncovered for 10 minutes in simmer and then let stand for an hour.
    First drain beans then put and remaining ingredients in the crockpot.
    Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours.
    Serve with a dollop of sour cream.
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    all recipes are great i wil try them
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    Sorry if it's been mentioned before. But I am a fan of the Quaker Oats Overnight Oats.

    Grab a mason jar and add the following:

    1 cup of old fashioned oats
    1 cup of milk (I use almond milk)
    1/2 tbsp of chia seeds
    1 cup of greek yogurt
    1 cup of frozen fruit

    Put it in the fridge overnight or just for a couple of hours then it's ready to eat. You can sweeten it up by either using flavored greek yogurt or adding honey.

    Nutrition Facts depending on the fruit I use:

    550-600 Calories
    80g-90g Carbs
    10g Fat
    37g Protein
    15g Fiber
    17g Sugar

    I attached a stock photo of it from the internet.
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    The Cleaner - smoothie/juice

    1 medium beet
    good chunk of ginger
    1 medium cucumber
    1 tbsp turmeric
    1 cup frozen spinach
    1 cup frozen berries
    add water just to cover everything and blend the chit out of it

    usually ends up being around 200 kcals but you gonna lose 2000 when you get to the toilet later on.
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    New favorite thing in the world:

    8oz hot black coffee
    2 packets of splenda
    1/2 c oats
    1 scoop vanilla protein powder

    Put everything in a cup, stir. Let it sit for a couple minutes for the oats to cook, then enjoy.
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    Smile Galician style Octopus recipe

    One of my favourite recipes: Galician style Octopus - Typical Spanish recipe
    GALICIAN STYLE OCTOPUS
    Typical Spanish dish
    The Galician style octopus is an octopus dish typical from Galicia, a region in the northwest of Spain. This region is known for its seafood tradition, with this recipe being spread to the whole country as it’s one of the best and probably the yummiest way to prepare octopus (in my opinion) with a few cheap ingredients. On top of that, it’s quite an easy recipe to make, both for cooking lovers to experts.
    Ingredients for Galician style octopus (4 people)
    • Boiled octopus, about 2 to 3 kg.
    • Paprika, spicy or sweet, according to taste.
    • 3 or 4 medium potatoes
    • Thick salt
    • Olive oil
    Steps to make Galician style octopus (4 people)
    1. First we boil the potatoes. We pour plenty of water with a handful of salt into a casserole, and we put the potatoes in it. We bring it to boil, and let it cook for about 30 min. When we prick with a knife and it comes out of the potato without difficulty, they will be ready.
    2. Let the potatoes cool and peel them. Then, we cut them in slices about 0.5 to 1cm thick approx. and place them on a plate. A wooden plate is traditionally used, but you can do it on a ceramic one.

    3. Chopped the boiled octopus in small pieces, about one finger thick. It’s easier to use scissors than a knife for the cutting. Then, put it on top of the potatoes.

    4. Finally, season with a large amount of paprika on top, a drip of olive oil – extra virgin better – and thick salt.

    And that’s it! We have our Galician style octopus ready to eat.

    Extra tip: if you prefer to eat it warm, put it in the microwave for about 30 secs. Enjoy!
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    Smile

    All recipes are just fantastic and seem freaking delicious...!!
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    That sounds awesome! Not a fan of splenda, so I'll try stevia or even honey, but the rest sounds good.
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    Quick turkey power wrap

    What you need:

    Low Carb soft taco wrap
    4.5oz Grilled turkey breast
    100g Greek Yogurt 0% (or 2%)
    2Tbsp Salsa
    Lettuce
    Jalapenos (if you like it spicy)
    Onions (add flavor to turkey)

    Calories 370
    Protein 56.5g
    Carbs 15.5g (7g Fiber)
    Fat 5g

    *Add avocado if you want to get some good fats
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    Not a fancy one but definitely delicious and easy, also dirt cheap, depending on your location- I can get the main ingredient pearl barley for 0.5euro/kg

    Ingredients:
    Pearl barley
    carrots
    garlic
    oil (lard or butter can be used, depending on your personal digestive tolerance)

    Optional:
    Fried crispy bacon
    onions


    1.Soak pearl barley overnight or at least few hours to decrease cooking time.
    2. Set barley to cook; cook until chewable and soft but not viscous; it should be loose.
    3. While cooking, add oil to pan, add sliced garlic or onion, fry for a few minutes.
    4. Add a half of carrots sliced to circles and a half grated to the pan.
    5. Cook the vegetables until they are a little crispy and soft at the same time.
    6. After pearl barley are cooked, pour off all the water from them and add them to the pan.
    7. Fry everything together for a few minutes more, add more oil if necessary.
    8. Add salt

    For digestion friendly version, use just a little garlic and carrots only.

    For the most delicious experience, use onions(finely chopped) instead of garlic, add a little of cilantro (if u dont hate it).

    Bacon enhances flavor; for more protein just add any other processed meat to the mix.
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    400g chicken breast
    125g whole grain pasta
    1 red onion
    1/2 habanero chili
    3 cloves garlic
    100g red pesto sauce
    25g parmasan cheese

    ± 125P / 110C / 50F ≈ 1300kcal

    ****in delicious. Pretty high in calories and not really filling. But has all the good proteins, complex carbs and healthy fats you need in a meal one of my year-round meals. If you're bulking, just add 50g of melted cheese, some creme fraiche and a couple spoons of olive oil to make it a 2000kcal meal.
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    My ultimate cutting meal, basically good enough for a contest prep:

    400g chicken
    125g whole grain noodles
    500g Wok mix veggies
    chop suey 50 kcal sauce
    3 regular chilis
    1 California Reaper chili (or two habanero)

    Super huge volume and the noodles are EXTREMELY filling. I have a huge appetite and this meal fills me up forever. **** load of protein, all the good complex carbs, no fats.

    ± 150P / 120C / <10F ≈ 900kcal. Two of these portions are 1800kcal, now add an avacado and some almonds and you've got a Men's Physique contest ready diet
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    Primavera Stuffed Chicken
    4 boneless skinless chicken breasts
    2 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
    salt
    Freshly ground black pepper
    1 tsp. Italian seasoning
    1 zucchini, halved and thinly sliced into half moons
    3 medium tomatoes, halved and thinly sliced into rounds
    2 yellow bell peppers, thinly sliced
    1/2 red onion, thinly sliced
    1 c. shredded mozzarella

    Preheat oven to 400º. Place chicken on a cutting board and make 5 slits in each breast, being careful not to cut through completely. Drizzle oil over chicken and season with salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning.
    Stuff each chicken breast with zucchini, tomato, bell pepper, and red onion.
    Sprinkle each chicken breast with mozzarella.
    Bake until chicken is cooked through and no longer pink, 25 minutes.
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    Choc pb greek yogurt

    Try my favorite macro friendly treat!

    8oz plain non-fat greek yogurt (130cal)
    2 tbsp natural pb (200cal)
    half scoop chocolate whey powder (70 cal)

    total is about 400 cal
    43g protien
    16g fat
    16g carbs

    I eat this almost daily sometimes 2 servings and it will never get old
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    We have a dedicated thread, many folks are using MT products to bake/cook with!

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    I make delicious pumpkin soup. I am throwing in a recipe for meringue cookies because they are easy and pretty.
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    Custard-y oatmeal

    I make this for breakfast almost everyday since it's quite easy to make and has really good macros

    Ingredients:-

    Half a cup of oats
    2 eggs
    Stevie/splenda/your choice of sweetener
    1 cup of skik milk (you can use plain milk for a more creamier texture)


    Add the oats, milk and eggs in a saucepan, and mix the eggs until the yolks have blended with the milk. Add some stevia to it.

    Heat it on a stove top for around 3 and a half minutes.

    It tastes really good and the macros are :-

    Carbs:- 39 g
    Fats:- 12.5 g
    Protein :- 25 g

    You can then top it up with fruits and berries and you can also throw in a couple tablespoons of pb for healthy fats.
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    Maple maple maple!!! I want syrup on everything- and the fake stuff is a little funky to me. I use the Frontier Maple Flavor in plain non-fat Greek yogurt. Or I heat up some vanilla protein milk and add some- it's incredible. So sweet, and so much flavor. I also mix it with egg whites and make a cinnamon egg white omellate, that I put on half a toasted Light Flat-Out. You can even do a little bit of almond butter on the flat-out in between the egg white- it's so good, and like 120 cal (without the almond butter). The strawberry flavoring from Frontier is just as good too!

    Frontier Co-op Maple Flavor Non-Alcoholic
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    Tuna mac and cheese-get some of those Velveeta mac and cheese cups that you cook in the mircrowave. Heat them, add the cheese, then put in a can of tuna. The first time is a little bit weird but it starts tasting better and I've come to like it as a post workout meal.

    Ramen noodles-cook the ramen noodles as normal, then add a few packets of Taco Bell Fire Sauce or Diabolo Sauce.

    I'm not much of a cook. I generally just make throw together meals like the ones I mentioned above.
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