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    High Calorie Ideas


    Im finding it pretty difficult to get my needed calories. Im still 16 so i need about an extra 1000 a day just for growing. Please gimme as many high calorie, but clean foods as you can, and any other ideas on how to EAT!!

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    olive oil
    peanut butter

    bananas
    grits
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    Almonds, cashews, walnuts, etc are very high in calories and a good source of healthy fat. Adding a handful of almonds or a tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil to meals is a great way to up calories. You could also try adding ground flax seeds to your meals for some additional fibre, fat and a little protein. Pasta (perogies are great for packing in the cals) lean ground beef and cheese are good choices too. You can also make a pretty calorie dense/tasty bowl of oatmeal by adding some peanut butter or walnuts/cashews, berries, whey protein, banana, etc. PB and J sandwiches pack in the calories pretty well too.
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    WHOLE MILK!

    EGGS!

    STEAK!



    also: organic heavy cream, coconut, avocado, yogurt, sweet potato, oat groats, barley
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    WHOLE MILK!

    EGGS!

    STEAK!



    also: organic heavy cream, coconut, avocado, yogurt, sweet potato, oat groats, barley
    ^^-----that about covers it!
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    Trail mix.
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    Thanks for the tips guys.
    What(besides trailmix, which is awesome) would be some good snack ideas?
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    portable snacks:
    Ground Flax mixed with Peanut butter and cocoa (tasty li'l fudgy things that are good and room temp and even better frozen)
    veggies and PB
    Beef Jerky
    Smokehouse Almonds
    Load a plastic Baggie with a couple of scoops of protein and toss it in your backpack (coconut makes a nice addition to this too)

    As I think of more, I'll post
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    I like to call this Heaven:
    Heavy whipping cream
    sugar-free, fat-free chocolate pudding mix
    chocolate whey protein

    Mix liquid with powders using a beater until stiff.
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    Smart Balance Peanut Butter

    Cheese

    Grass fed beef (full fat)
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    pb
    cheese
    milk
    sausage
    nuts
    cheese
    cheese
    cheese
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    think of the cookie monster, but substitute cookies for whole eggs
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    peanut butter, protein bars, shakes. Try this 100 grams ground oats(count them) in blender, 2 or 3 scoops protein powder, depending on your size, and 2 tbsp olive oil.

    minimal that's 870 and maximal that's 970 calories. and you can drink it in 10 seconds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    think of the cookie monster, but substitute cookies for whole eggs
    HAHAHHAHAHA too funny
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    EVOO, natty PB, Quinoa
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    carry an avacado with you!! munch on that **** when you get hungry.

    best bed time snack ever, take a graham cracker, and cover it with natty peanut butter.
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    oh man avocados are so tasty - I'll down two of 'em a day sometimes when I'm low-carbing it.
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    I do 1.25 cups of oatmeal, 2 scoops of whey, 1-2 tbs of EVOO, .5 cup of cottage cheese, and 3-4 cups of milk. I put in whatever flavor of crystal light I have and down it. Tastes pretty good.

    Everyone at work always makes fun of me, but I had one guy try it one day and said it didn't taste too bad! HA!
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    Ok you asked for it....my soon to be patented Whale Ass Shake...

    2 avocados
    2 cups heavy cream or buttermilk
    Heavy weight gainer (2 scoops, your choice)
    Big chunk of natty peanut butter
    1 can coconut oil

    Blend that bad boy up....tastes awesome, loaded with fat, all good kinds of it.
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    Holy mother that is one massive concoction - and expensive!!
    A whole can of coconut oil? That's like 8 buck out here in SoCal for an 8oz can
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    Quote Originally Posted by Resolve View Post
    Holy mother that is one massive concoction - and expensive!!
    A whole can of coconut oil? That's like 8 buck out here in SoCal for an 8oz can
    No, I'm sorry. My mistake. I mean coconut paste, like you make Indian or Thai curry with. I use that stuff for so many things. Not the clear oil, which is expensive. This stuff is thick and white and like 79 cents a can.
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    Gotcha - that makes the shake a LOT more realistic and affordable.
    Sounds darn tasty!
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