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    Hey guys, thought I would start sharing some of the healthy stuff I've been cooking.


    I made a zero-carb, Shirataki noodle Pho soup. Around 300 calories per huge bowl, tons of protein.



    You can find the entire recipe here: Carbless Pho Soup

    Fast and dirty version:


    Basic Broth Ingredient List


    Onions (2 Medium)
    Ginger, chunk about 4″ long
    Beef Bones (I used a 5 pound knuckle)
    Star Anise, about 5 pods.
    Cloves, I used 5
    Cinnamon Sticks, I used 3
    1 Pound Meat, (chuck, rump, brisket – chopped up)
    Salt, I used 1 1/2 tablespoons
    Fish Sauce, I used 1/4 cup
    Sugar*, I used Splenda, 2 Tbsp

    This is your basic broth setup. This is 95% of the equation, everything after this is where opinions and tastes start to spread out and go all sorts of different places. Adding more meat/different meat/veggies etc is up for debate or taste.

    *I’d like to note that every recipe calls for Yellow-Rock-Sugar which I found completely unnecessary and I doubt if you lined up 100 Vietnamese people who had been living on nothing but pho their entire lives, that they would be able to tell the difference between one prepared WITH it and one WITHOUT it.



    The ingredients I used after the broth

    Shirataki Noodles
    Bean Sprouts
    Pepper
    Cilantro
    1 lb London Broil
    Green Onions



    Some extra ideas that I didnt use but feel free to

    Spearmint
    Basil
    Red Hot Chilis
    Lime Wedges
    Hoisin
    Sriracha
    Tendons/Meatballs etc.
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    BroGrow! Shake!

    2 scoops Rule One Proteins "R1 Protein"
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    Recipe for the macro counters. Roughly $40 for a two week supply of daily lunch eating, make on Sunday and have it for the entire week.



    Fajita Marinaded Pan Seared Steak w/ Afghan Chatni

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    Guaranteed 5 star Spaghetti Bolognese

    Ingredients:
    - Minced beef and pork 250 gr. each
    - Carrots, onion, celery and rosemary
    - Olive oil
    - Salt and pepper
    - Tomato puree
    - Beef or chicken stock
    I'll just throw 1 liter of cooking water with 10-20ml oil in it, and throw my pasta in there and keep stirring for 9 minutes.
    Now for the meat and sauce:

    * Turn on the heat at a medium level, 20 ml olive oil in the pan.
    * Minced pork and beef in the pan, chop them well and mix em' fine. (both 250 gr. pork and 250 gr. of fat)
    * Then I wait until the meat gets a brown but still pinkish colour and put my 100ml wine in there, but this is optional.
    * I put my salt and pepper in, at this point try to pick a brown meat piece and taste it from there.
    * Time for some fine chopped carrots and onions in the mix.
    * Celery in and keep mixing it.
    * Add rosemary and tomato puree, keep mixing.
    * Finally chicken or beef stock in, with 100ml of water and let it simmer for a full 45 minutes on the lowest heat.

    Bon appetite
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    Thumbs up http://www.favoritefoodrecipes.com/healthy-dinner-recipes.php

    Healthy dinner recipe
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    What are carbs?

    Can someone explain carbs to me in a simple way? Like should i eat carbs when im cutting?
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    Originally Posted by ComptonMK View Post
    Guaranteed 5 star Spaghetti Bolognese

    Ingredients:
    - Minced beef and pork 250 gr. each
    - Carrots, onion, celery and rosemary
    - Olive oil
    - Salt and pepper
    - Tomato puree
    - Beef or chicken stock
    I'll just throw 1 liter of cooking water with 10-20ml oil in it, and throw my pasta in there and keep stirring for 9 minutes.
    Now for the meat and sauce:

    * Turn on the heat at a medium level, 20 ml olive oil in the pan.
    * Minced pork and beef in the pan, chop them well and mix em' fine. (both 250 gr. pork and 250 gr. of fat)
    * Then I wait until the meat gets a brown but still pinkish colour and put my 100ml wine in there, but this is optional.
    * I put my salt and pepper in, at this point try to pick a brown meat piece and taste it from there.
    * Time for some fine chopped carrots and onions in the mix.
    * Celery in and keep mixing it.
    * Add rosemary and tomato puree, keep mixing.
    * Finally chicken or beef stock in, with 100ml of water and let it simmer for a full 45 minutes on the lowest heat.

    Bon appetite
    Enjoy!
    Meat sauce sounds good, but just a tip from pro chefs that I've picked up. Don't put oil in your pasta water. It makes your noodles slippery and the sauce doesn't stick to it as well as it would without. If you have enough water in your pot and stir regularly, your pasta won't stick together at all even without the oil. Also, you don't mention, but salting your pasta water well really helps with the base flavor of the pasta itself. If you're fine with using the oil, keep doing it but that's just a tip I've used and seems to work well. Thanks for the recipe!
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    Tuna salad!!
    Get 6-7 lettuces and a 1/4 onion and 1 spicy pepper and cut them as if ur making a salad, in a large bowl put the tuna (without the oil-water) and squeeze half a lemon and some salt and basil and any spices u like and a drop of olive oil and a bit of ranch sauce (optional) and then add the lettuce and onion and mix.
    I HATE tuna but i love this
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    Cellucor Cor-Fetti Sprinkle Waffles


    Recipe

    Dry:
    2 Serving’s Funfetti Pancake Mix (108g)
    1 Scoop Cor Performance Cor-Fetti Cake Batter Protein Powder (34g)
    1 Serving Sugar Free Fat Free Pudding Mix (8g)
    Dash Baking Powder (3g)

    Wet:
    ˝ Cup Almond Milk (114g)
    2 Egg Whites

    Topping/Filling:
    Dash of Sprinkles (5g)
    4 Servings Whip Cream (20g)
    Syrup (Optional)


    Directions

    1. Pre-Heat Waffle Iron until ready to cook
    2. Combine all Dry ingredients into a mixing bowl
    3. Add Milk and Egg Whites to dry ingredients and mix with a hand blender, stand up mixer, or hand mixer. Mix until batter is formed.
    4. Coat waffle iron with cooking spray and drop enough batter to cover bottom of waffle iron. Press down and allow 2 minutes to cook.
    5. Rinse/Repeat process of cooking until all batter is used
    6. Top with Sprinkles & Whip Cream. Add additional Syrup if desired
    7. Enjoy!

    Macros

    For Entire Recipe:

    Calories ~ 650
    Protein ~ 45g
    Carbs ~ 105g
    Fat ~ 6g



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    Oatmeal, 2dl wheat and 4 dl water and some salt, stir and microwave in 3.5 minutes. Put some berries in at around the mark and optionally add yoghurt in the end. I like it very much, great start of the day.
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    Snack for afternoon.
    Greek Yogurt
    1 scoop of protein
    almonds
    banana

    Mix it all and enjoy
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    Became completely sick of the cost of Protein Bars, so decided to give making my own a try.



    350cal per bar
    25g of Protein
    19g of Fat (5g saturated, 4g mono, 6g poly)
    17g of Carbs
    10g of Fibre

    Ingredients:

    160g of Rolled Oats
    165g of Double Chocolate Hazelnut Biscuit Whey
    310ml of Unsweetened Soya Milk
    84g of Cacao Nibs
    272g of Smooth Peanut Butter
    45g of VitaFibre powder.

    Method:

    Mix Milk, Peanut Butter and VitaFibre Powder (3tbsp of powder to 1tbsp of water) in a Saucepan until combined.
    Mix in rest of the ingredients until a thick batter is formed.
    Press in a tray and refridgerate/freeze.

    Tuck in!
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    I think this meal is enough and so full of protein and carbs..
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    Originally Posted by mikkiy97 View Post
    good post workout meal - ****ing easy:

    Brown rice
    Greek yoghurt
    can of tuna (preferably plain)
    Broccoli (chop it into small bits so theres no huge chunks)

    mix together and enjoy
    simple but really like it!
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    Spanish Omelet with Potatoes and Chorizo

    tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
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    1 large yellow onion, chopped
    2ounces Spanish chorizo (cured sausage), sliced into thin half-moons
    3/4pound red potatoes, diced
    kosher salt and pepper
    3/4cup flat-leaf parsley, roughly chopped
    10 large eggs, beaten
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    1cup (4 ounces) shredded Manchego or sharp Cheddar
    1 small head green-leaf lettuce
    1/2 small red onion, thinly sliced
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    DIRECTIONS

    Heat oven to 400° F. Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a large ovenproof skillet over medium heat. Add the yellow onion and cook for 5 minutes.
    Add the chorizo, potatoes, and ˝ teaspoon each salt and pepper and cook, covered, stirring occasionally, until the potatoes are tender, 10 minutes.
    Stir in the parsley. Pour in the eggs and stir to distribute the ingredients. Sprinkle with the cheese and transfer to oven.
    Bake the omelet until puffed and brown around the edges and a knife comes out clean, about 15 minutes.
    Divide the lettuce and red onion among plates and drizzle with the remaining oil. Cut the omelet into wedges and serve with the salad.
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    Spanish Omelet with Potatoes and Chorizo, that is amazing!

    I love omelets, so my favorite is:

    A teaspoon of pork lard
    40 g of bacon
    5 eggs
    2 grapefruits, freshly squeezed

    Enjoy!
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    Originally Posted by The Solution View Post



    Cellucor Cor-Fetti Sprinkle Waffles


    Recipe

    Dry:
    2 Serving’s Funfetti Pancake Mix (108g)
    1 Scoop Cor Performance Cor-Fetti Cake Batter Protein Powder (34g)
    1 Serving Sugar Free Fat Free Pudding Mix (8g)
    Dash Baking Powder (3g)

    Wet:
    ˝ Cup Almond Milk (114g)
    2 Egg Whites

    Topping/Filling:
    Dash of Sprinkles (5g)
    4 Servings Whip Cream (20g)
    Syrup (Optional)


    Directions

    1. Pre-Heat Waffle Iron until ready to cook
    2. Combine all Dry ingredients into a mixing bowl
    3. Add Milk and Egg Whites to dry ingredients and mix with a hand blender, stand up mixer, or hand mixer. Mix until batter is formed.
    4. Coat waffle iron with cooking spray and drop enough batter to cover bottom of waffle iron. Press down and allow 2 minutes to cook.
    5. Rinse/Repeat process of cooking until all batter is used
    6. Top with Sprinkles & Whip Cream. Add additional Syrup if desired
    7. Enjoy!

    Macros

    For Entire Recipe:

    Calories ~ 650
    Protein ~ 45g
    Carbs ~ 105g
    Fat ~ 6g



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    Tried a new, but really simple pasta recipe tonight.

    1/2 box of Barilla Protein Plus
    7 oz 96/4 ground beef
    1/4 cup fat free ricotta
    3/4 cup tomato sauce

    1050 cal
    85 protein
    plenty of carbs for end of day meal
    throw in some spoonfuls of natural PB while I'm cooking for fats, although adding olive oil would also be an easy way to do that.
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    Omelet:

    2 Eggs
    Onions
    Tomato
    Chillies
    Salt

    How To Prepare?

    Break 2 eggs into a bowl and mix them well.
    Take chillies,little salt and onion pieces and mix it with egg mixture.
    Spread the mixture in a pre-heat pan.
    Cook on both the sides and after it gets its shape sprinkle cheese.
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    Recipe for the macro counters. Roughly $40 for a two week supply of daily lunch eating, make on Sunday and have it for the entire week.



    Fajita Marinaded Pan Seared Steak w/ Afghan Chatni

    Wow, nice one! Makes me hungry Need to make that some time.
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    100 grams lean cubed beef
    62 grams fat free ricotta
    1 small white corn tortilla
    Dash onion powder, cayenne, chile powder, topped with Frank's Red Hot Buffalo Style.

    Quick 30 grams of protein, really damn delicious. Probably will have again tomorrow and post a pic.
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    Protein Ice Cream

    Protein Ice Cream
    Note: I used an ice-cream maker for this recipe, though a blender will suffice. If you're using a blender, pour the mixture into ice cube trays, wait until they're set and then pulse with almond milk (approx. 1/4 cup) until the desired texture is achieved. The ice-cream may not look convincing, but it sure does taste good (like a Wendy's chocollo) and delivers a good amount of protein without the sugar.

    Ingredients
    - Unsweetened almond milk (1 cup)
    - Chocolate or Coffee Protein Powder (1 scoop)
    - Sugar Free Drinking Cocoa (1 tbs)
    - Stevia (1 tbs; was a little too sweet so would reduce to 2 tsp next time)
    - Vanilla Extract (1/4 tsp)

    Method
    1. Combine the above ingredients in a bowl and mix until smooth (had to thoroughly whisk the protein powder so there wasn't any lumps). Pour mixture into ice-cream maker's pre-frozen bowl and churn for approx. 25mins - Cuisinart appliance did a good job of this. Scoop ice-cream into a bowl and enjoy!

    2. If no ice-cream maker, pour mixture into ice cube trays and allow it to freeze solid. Combine frozen mixture with almond milk (approx. 1/4 cup) in a blender and blend until the desired texture is achieved. Enjoy!

    Nutrition
    Nutrition per serve; recipe yields 1 serve
    Calories: 120
    Fat: 3g
    Carbs: 3g
    Protein: 20g
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    So many recipes to share, lol.
    if you like this one, check out the rest on my IG account driven2lift, or FB page Whey to Bake

    Vanilla Bean & Pecan Pumpkin Pie Layered Cheesecake

    Entire Cake: 925 calories;
    146g protein, 53g carbs, 8g fat.

    This was fantastic, rich vanilla contrasted with a spiced pumpkin pie layer.
    I am in love with the new gourmet vanilla PEScience Select protein, seriously.


    Base Ingredients:
    1 scoop Select vanilla protein (or other)
    2 250g containers FF cream cheese
    3/4 cup 0% greek yoghurt
    1/2 cup splenda
    1/2 cup + 2tbsp eggwhites
    1 tbsp lemon juice
    2 tsp vanilla extract

    Pumpkin pie layer additions:
    3/4 cup pumpkin puree
    2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
    2 tsp cinnamon
    1 tsp nutmeg

    Optional: chopped pecans tossed into pumpkin pie layer.


    Directions:
    - pre-heat oven to 350
    - Use a mixer to soften the cream cheese, mix in the greek yoghurt followed by the rest of the base ingredients.
    -Pour a little over half half this mix into a cooking spray coated spring-form pan (this recipe amount works well in an 9" pan) or pyrex dish/cake pan.
    -Add the pumpkin and spices to the mixing bowl and mix in well, scoop this on top of your vanilla base and smooth the top. Optionally add chopped nuts.
    -Place in oven at 350 for 35-38 minutes.
    -Remove from oven and let it sit out for 90 minutes.
    -Transfer to a plate (this is where the spring-form pan helps a lot) then refrigerate at least 4 hours.
    Overnight is recommended.
    Top it how you like it and Enjoy!
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    Solid recipe, will give it a shot. You guys nailed the Gourmet Vanilla.

    ETA: Only thing the recipe is missing is some PES Vanilla ice cream to go on top.
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    Originally Posted by GGGTeam View Post
    Solid recipe, will give it a shot. You guys nailed the Gourmet Vanilla.

    ETA: Only thing the recipe is missing is some PES Vanilla ice cream to go on top.
    I know!
    lol I wanted it badly but I brought this over to my parents and couldn't really make it there as easily as if I were at home.

    I love me some Select protein ice cream
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    Originally Posted by Driven2liftv2 View Post
    I know!
    lol I wanted it badly but I brought this over to my parents and couldn't really make it there as easily as if I were at home.

    I love me some Select protein ice cream
    Me as well bro. Gourmet Vanilla tastes pretty much just like Breyer's, making ice cream with it is such a natural fit.
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