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Re:Recipe Ideas - Please post them here 6 years, 2 months ago #79840

  • hitmanwa
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I found a recipe in Men's Health for a spread. It was 1/2 cup of Greek Yogurt, 1/4 cup of Reduced Fat Feta (it called for crumbled blue but I used the Reduced Fat Feta instead) and juice from half a lemon.

It made 6 servings at 33 cals, 1g fat, 2g carbs and 4g protein per serving.

Used this instead of mayo on chicken sandwiches for the family. They loved it.

Re:Recipe Ideas - Please post them here 6 years, 2 months ago #80464

  • hitmanwa
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chub*rock wrote:

Have been searhing some diff sites and found this. Just made them and not too bad! Nice change up from my usual scrambled egg whites!

*1/2 c of oatmeal (slow cook kind)
*1/4 c of low fat cottage cheese
*4 egg whites
*2 tbs of low sugar strawberry jelly
(I use Trader Joe's reduce sugar organic strawberry preserve...and IT'S AWESOME!)
*Stevia (or you could use splendia) sweeten to taste
*1 tsp vanilla (optional)

Blend all the ingredients together. I have one of those little hamiton beach blenders that I make my recovery drink in and it worked great for this. Anyway blend until smooth.
*spray some pam in a pan
*Pour batter like you would for pancakes and cook like you normally would (flip when you see the bubbles/holes on top)

***I made 12 small pancakes...based on that...

4 pancakes:
123 calories
trace of fat
trace of fiber
13g carbs
12g protein

The whole mix is: 370 cal, 3.5g fat, 39g carbs, and 36g protein. If you want to eat it all:laugh:

Family gobbled these up. I ended up making 3 batches tonight with some relatives over. Wife sent me to the store to get some blueberry and raspberry jelly.

Protein Ice Cream 6 years, 1 month ago #81703

  • hitmanwa
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1 tablespoon unsalted almond butter
1/4 cup skim milk
1/4 cup water
1 scoop of chocolate/vanilla protein

Mix and freeze for an hour or so and enjoy.

Got this recipe out of Men's Health.

Re:Recipe Ideas - Please post them here 6 years, 1 month ago #83318

  • zillah
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Hi all, new to this forum and wanted to start off with my favorite lean protein snack for when you need to up your pure protein at times without adding any significant amounts of fat or carbs.

All you need is a can of solid white albacore tuna in water or a can of cooked chicken/turkey in water and a serving of greek yogurt.

Mix plain greek yogurt with a little bit of lemon juice, dill, salt, pepper and garlic to taste. (or any other herbs you may deem delicious) A little olive oil if you want a creamier consistency. This is basically a quick tzatziki sauce (savory greek yogurt sauce) without the cucumber.

Then open up your can of lean protein, drain any excess water, dump it in your yogurt sauce, then mix to your desired consistency. You can let it sit for a bit to absorb the flavor or just dig in like I do.

Depending on what you use, you will come out with 210 - 270 calories, 2-4g of fat, 5-9g of carbs and 45 - 55g of protein. All that nutrition and it takes 5 minutes. Will cost you about $2 to $5 dollars depending where you buy it.
Last Edit: 6 years, 1 month ago by zillah.

Re:Recipe Ideas - Please post them here 5 years, 12 months ago #85434

  • NDough
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This isn't really a recipe...but I tried it tonight and it was delicious.

I seasoned two thin chicken breasts...(really thin) with salt pepper and garlic powder, then threw them on the George Foreman for about 5 minutes...then flipped over for another 1 minute.
While they were cooking I threw in a bag of veggies into the microwave...the frozen steamable ones...broccoli, red peppers, onion, and mushroom mix.
After the chicken was done, i cut it up into bite size pieces and threw it into a bowl with the veggies
It was delicious!! and it only took about 8 minutes! literally
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