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Post your delicious recipies here!

TOday, after reading what Todd did, I decided to play around and make a smoothie.

3 large strawberries, 1/2 banana, 8 ice cubes, 4 oz. light fat-free strawberry yogurt, 4 oz. fat free milk, 2 scoops whey protein powder.

Throw it all in the blender, frapee it into a night lightly blended drink. Yields roughly 24 ounces depending on how you like the texture (less or more milk)

in this configuration, I had:

410 calories, 56g protein, 43g carbs, 3g fat! it's enough to last you all day, I might start making them and taking them to work. yum yum.

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that sounds pretty good
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that sounds pretty good
Oh, it was!

Today is refeed, so I am enjoying getting more calories in

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I have a post somewhere with some other smoothie recipes.


My "decadent" smoothie (from Outdoor Magazine) is freakin' awesome:

1 Banana
2 tablespoons natural peanut butter
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa
1 cup fat free milk
3/4 cup ice
1 tablespoon honey
2 tablespoons ground flaxseed
2 tablespoons ground wheat germ

Makes two servings. 402 calories, 49 grams carbs, 18 grams protein, 19 grams fat, 14 grams fiber

I don't have the above one very often because its a little large on the fat (42%) but those 14 grams of fiber will get you shitting in no time.

This is a pretty badass one I've been making lately as well and use every now and then after a hard workout:

2 cups blackberries
1 cup plain fat-free yogurt
1 cup apple juice
1/4 cup honey
1 large banana
(3 serving)

CALORIES 265(3% from fat); FAT 0.8g (sat 0.2g,mono 0.1g,poly 0.2g); PROTEIN 5.7g; CHOLESTEROL 2mg; CALCIUM 192mg; SODIUM 62mg; FIBER 8.7g; IRON 1.2mg; CARBOHYDRATE 63.2g

I've been putting a scoop of Whey (vanilla) every now and then which is pretty good as well.

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i usually just grab a muscle milk, or something at smoothie king.
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TOday, after reading what Todd did, I decided to play around and make a smoothie.

3 large strawberries, 1/2 banana, 8 ice cubes, 4 oz. light fat-free strawberry yogurt, 4 oz. fat free milk, 2 scoops whey protein powder.

Throw it all in the blender, frapee it into a night lightly blended drink. Yields roughly 24 ounces depending on how you like the texture (less or more milk)

in this configuration, I had:

410 calories, 56g protein, 43g carbs, 3g fat! it's enough to last you all day, I might start making them and taking them to work. yum yum.
Change the strawberry yog to plain yogurt and your doing good.
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Change the strawberry yog to plain yogurt and your doing good.
I like strawberries

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Fast Chicken and Potatoes

If you are fast, you can have this made and be eating it in 15 - 20 minutes. I eat this at supper almost every day...

go to Wal-mart and get a bag of frozen pre-cooked chicken breasts. I use the Pilgrams Pride in the light blue package. The one with Smoke flavor. Also grab a bag of potatoes.

Take one Chicken Breast and throw it in a small pan with enough water to coat the bottom of the pan and cook on medium. Then get a potato and poke some holes in it and wrap it in saran wrap and throw it in the microwave for several minutes. Sprinkle some Tony Chachere's seasoning and some pepper on the chicken as it is heating up. Grab a bowl and measure out 1 TBSP of olive oil and pour tha tin the bowl and then measure out 1/4 cup of milk and pour that in the bowl also. it is about time to flip the chicken. Flip it then add some Tony Chachere's seasoning and some pepper to that side too. When the potato is done, cut it up and throw it in the bown then get out the potato masher and make mashed potatoes out of all that. Add some Tony Chachere's seasoning and some pepper to the potatoes to taste. CAreful, there is a lot of salt in the Tony Chachere's. When the chicken is done pull that off and dig in!

The numbers for this are:
370 calories: 16.5g fat, 26.8g protein, 37.7g carbs.

Most of the fat is good fat, but a tiny bit is saturated. NONE is trans fat!

Also, for lunch I make this same thing but with 1.2 the potato and a half the olive oil in it because if you get too much olive oil it is not so tasty!
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12 oz tuna
4 tablespoons BBQ sauce

set pan on low heat. strain tuna, combine with BBQ sauce in mixing bowl, fry in pan until it's smoking and smells yummy. serve with 1/2 lb broccoli.

581 cal/96g protein/38g carbs/6g fat

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12 oz tuna
4 tablespoons BBQ sauce

set pan on low heat. strain tuna, combine with BBQ sauce in mixing bowl, fry in pan until it's smoking and smells yummy. serve with 1/2 lb broccoli.

581 cal/96g protein/38g carbs/6g fat
That sounds really good. Might have to have that tonight.

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