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    Everyones favorite recipes


    It's normally around this time of year, that I find myself getting sick and tired of the same ol, same ol and my diet turns to crap for a couple of weeks. I was just thinking if everyone posted 1 or 2 of their favorite/healthy recipes, everyone would be able to try something new.


    My favorite recipe that I eat the most is:

    Tuna Patties:
    2 Cans Tuna Drained
    3/4 Cup of regualar Oatmeal
    5 Tbsp whorstersire sauce
    2 Tbsp non fat mayo
    Few dashes of pepper
    Mix all ingredents in a large bowl.

    Make mixture into burger sized patties and place on hot skillet covered with Pam.

    Let cook on both sides until brown.

    Really really good. Anybody else wanna share?

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    My new favorite. Simple and tastes good. Natural PB.

    2 cups Peanuts
    5 tbs olive oil
    3 tbs honey
    Blend in food processor until creamy and refrigerate.

    Play with the amount of oil and/or peanuts to change the consistancy to your liking. If you want you can always add soynuts, sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, or any other type of nut. If you haven't already tried this I suggest you do. It's cheap and it's actually the best PB I've ever had.
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    My new favorite. Simple and tastes good. Natural PB.

    2 cups Peanuts
    5 tbs olive oil
    3 tbs honey
    Blend in food processor until creamy and refrigerate.

    Play with the amount of oil and/or peanuts to change the consistancy to your liking. If you want you can always add soynuts, sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, or any other type of nut. If you haven't already tried this I suggest you do. It's cheap and it's actually the best PB I've ever had.
    OMG what is the Fat, Protein and Carb amounts of that???
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    Quote Originally Posted by CROWLER
    OMG what is the Fat, Protein and Carb amounts of that???
    2 TBS= 243 Cals---9g Protein---19g Fat (2 sat)---12g Carbs---1.5g Fiber
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    BTW Crowler after your egg PM, I have gotten up to consuming 10-12 eggs a day. I'm actually starting to enjoy them too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHICA
    It's normally around this time of year, that I find myself getting sick and tired of the same ol, same ol and my diet turns to crap for a couple of weeks. I was just thinking if everyone posted 1 or 2 of their favorite/healthy recipes, everyone would be able to try something new.


    My favorite recipe that I eat the most is:

    Tuna Patties:
    2 Cans Tuna Drained
    3/4 Cup of regualar Oatmeal
    5 Tbsp whorstersire sauce
    2 Tbsp non fat mayo
    Few dashes of pepper
    Mix all ingredents in a large bowl.

    Make mixture into burger sized patties and place on hot skillet covered with Pam.

    Let cook on both sides until brown.

    Really really good. Anybody else wanna share?
    damn, that sounds good. gonna have to give it a try.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beelzebub
    damn, that sounds good. gonna have to give it a try.
    It is, I normally put a little Lousiana hot sauce on top of them pack them up and take them to class.
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    Too bad I'm allergic to tuna. Guess I could always sub chicken.
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    Half a cup of oatmeal, scoop of vanilla whey protein, some cinnamon and honey. Add hot water, stir.

    Typical snack in the morning while running out the door.
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    Chicken tenders marinated in K.C masterpiece honey teriyaki with long grain brown rice. This is easy to make, high protein and a good source of carbs.
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    1/2 cup of oatmeal, 5 egg whites, 1 whole egg, 1 packet sweet and low, splash of milk mix together, put in a pan
    viola delicious pancake

    then put apple butter spread on it mmmmmmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by natedogg
    My new favorite. Simple and tastes good. Natural PB.

    2 cups Peanuts
    5 tbs olive oil
    3 tbs honey
    Blend in food processor until creamy and refrigerate.

    Play with the amount of oil and/or peanuts to change the consistancy to your liking. If you want you can always add soynuts, sunflower seeds, cashews, almonds, or any other type of nut. If you haven't already tried this I suggest you do. It's cheap and it's actually the best PB I've ever had.
    Definitely will have to try this one.
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    A couple of sweet bulking meals.

    1/2 cup grapenuts, 8ounces pasteurized eggs, scoop protein powder. Nice protein packed bowl of cereal.

    Also:
    1 cup plain fat-free yogurt, 1/2 cup blended oates, 2 scoops protien powder... (I prefer Blueberry's N Creme Muscle Milk Flavor) Protien packed nearly fat-free bowl of yogurt.
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    my only recipe worth telling is my breakfast shake:
    16oz milk
    1/2 - 3/4 cup oatmeal (depending on goals at the time)
    3-6 eggs (goal depending)
    1-2 scoops of ON chocolate protein
    1-2 TBsp of peanut butter

    the lower end of the measuring comes to around 1000 cals with 75 grams of protein. the chocolate protein powder and peanut butter compliment each other quite well.

    edit : all thrown in a blender for 2 minutes
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    you blend your oats beel?
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    yup, all in the blender.
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    about to try those tuna cakes of yours for lunch. already got em mixed up.
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    If your bulking, might wanna drop the mayo and add in some olive oil, its what I'm doing right now for my weeks supply.
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    Hey glenihan. Tried your oatmeal pancakes and I must say that they're pretty damn good. Think I'll be using this one often.
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    yeah they really aren't bad at all, did you put any spread on it? my grocery store hasn't had sugar free jams lately so i've been going with apple butter (only ingredients are apples) only 2 grams of sugar and its fructose ... not to mention delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenihan
    yeah they really aren't bad at all, did you put any spread on it? my grocery store hasn't had sugar free jams lately so i've been going with apple butter (only ingredients are apples) only 2 grams of sugar and its fructose ... not to mention delicious
    No, but I love apple butter. Mental note, buy apple butter next time I go to the store. Maybe some sugar free syrup would be good too.
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