Lets Talk Protein Recipes.

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  1. Lets Talk Protein Recipes.


    Sup everyone, I am obviously new here. But, I wanted to start up some discussion on protein recipes. Perhaps some of you have some Gems I would love to try

    Here is 1 of mine, I will post more as this thread livens up.

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    2 cups milk
    2 scoops ON Choc Protein
    1/2 Banana
    1 cup Oatmeal.
    Blend for long ass time, or the oatmeal will be apain--if it gives you difficulty keep a spoon and stir before every sip so the oatmeal doesn't settle at the bottom.
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  2. MGN Vanilla Pure Iso
    1 ban.
    1/2 scoop PB
    1/2 cup blueberries
    1/2 can mango nectar
    1 cup of oats
    1/2 cup coconut water
    Drizzle of honey

    THE BOMB
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  3. 2 scoops-whey tech protein - vanilla cream
    2 Tbsp Almond Butter
    1 cup of 2% milk
    1/2 cup oatmeal
    1 Banana

    810 Calories of delicious.

  4. 2 Scoops NOW Sports unflavored whey protein isolate
    2 cups of milk
    1 cup of berries (strawberries, blueberries, rasberries)
    1 Banana
    1/4 cup of cottage cheese
    1/4 cup of raw oats
    1 Tbsp of peanut butter

  5. 100% natural protein powder 400g 14 ounces
    Organic rolled oats 200g 7 ounces
    Fat-free milk (not low-fat) 180ml 3/4 cup or almond milk.i prefer milk
    Natural peanut butter 100g 3 ounces
    Organic honey 100g 3 ounces
    Cocoa powder 30g 1 ounce
    Organic ground Flax as required
    *
    OK, ready for the instructions? Its pretty complicated!
    Dump everything in a bowl and squish it together with your hands. Only put about half the milk in to start and only add milk enough to wet the ingredients, it should be like concrete, not batter. Do NOT use a spoon, you will break it.
    Roll dough in your hands to make 13 hot dog shaped bars. To keep the dough from sticking to your hands, wash them first then wet them with cold water or cover them with a little olive oil.
    Roll them in ground flax
    Put in refrigerator

    Fun to make and they are good for a week or so and here are the macros

    Each bar costs about 60 cents and contains:
    260 calories
    35g protein
    21g carbs
    15% calories from good fat
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  6. I dont even know if this would be considered a recipe due to lack of ingredients haha.
    2 scoops MGN iso/whey ( i use cake batter)
    2 tbsp peanut butter
    3-4 oz water
    two handfuls of ice cubes

    put it all in the blender, use the ice crush function and then let it whip on high for about 15 sec then low for 15 more. It should come out really thick about the consistency of pudding. I like to eat it with a spoon, very similar to frozen yogurt.

  7. Epic
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  8. Some good stuff on here. I like the protein bar recipe ALOT! Gotta try that, and muscle gauge I also like using coconut water in my shakes, great stuff (when I can find it on sale).

    This is my typical morning and post workout shake lately, I change it up frequently.

    1 scoop elite XT vanilla protein
    2 egg whites
    Heaping tablespoon natural peanut butter
    Tablespoon of Nutela
    1% milk

  9. Interesting with the raw eggs I have one similar:
    2 cups water
    2 raw eggs
    2 scoops ON choc protein
    1 large spoonful of honey peanut butter
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by mikeg313
    Some good stuff on here. I like the protein bar recipe ALOT! Gotta try that, and muscle gauge I also like using coconut water in my shakes, great stuff (when I can find it on sale).

    This is my typical morning and post workout shake lately, I change it up frequently.

    1 scoop elite XT vanilla protein
    2 egg whites
    Heaping tablespoon natural peanut butter
    Tablespoon of Nutela
    1% milk
    I find the more creative I am in the kitchen the better I stay on track and the easier it is to turn down co workers when they eat out. ill post more soon
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  11. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt

    I find the more creative I am in the kitchen the better I stay on track and the easier it is to turn down co workers when they eat out. ill post more soon
    Yeah I got treated as kind of the food/lunch snob at work since I always eat healthy and bring my own rather then order out with the rest of the junk food posse...

  12. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    100% natural protein powder 400g 14 ounces
    Organic rolled oats 200g 7 ounces
    Fat-free milk (not low-fat) 180ml 3/4 cup or almond milk.i prefer milk
    Natural peanut butter 100g 3 ounces
    Organic honey 100g 3 ounces
    Cocoa powder 30g 1 ounce
    Organic ground Flax as required
    *
    OK, ready for the instructions? Its pretty complicated!
    Dump everything in a bowl and squish it together with your hands. Only put about half the milk in to start and only add milk enough to wet the ingredients, it should be like concrete, not batter. Do NOT use a spoon, you will break it.
    Roll dough in your hands to make 13 hot dog shaped bars. To keep the dough from sticking to your hands, wash them first then wet them with cold water or cover them with a little olive oil.
    Roll them in ground flax
    Put in refrigerator

    Fun to make and they are good for a week or so and here are the macros

    Each bar costs about 60 cents and contains:
    260 calories
    35g protein
    21g carbs
    15% calories from good fat
    You should call this the Mondo Shake! Love this

  13. Quote Originally Posted by MuscleGauge1

    You should call this the Mondo Shake! Love this
    Lol, re read bro, that was recipe for protein bars not a shake. If you can suck that thru a straw well then .... Never mind that's to easy ;-) haha

  14. Goopy Shake

    2 cups milk
    2 cups Oatmeal
    1 full banana
    4 strawberries
    1 tbl spoon coconut oil

    this is a good weight gainer shake.
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    100% natural protein powder 400g 14 ounces
    Organic rolled oats 200g 7 ounces
    Fat-free milk (not low-fat) 180ml 3/4 cup or almond milk.i prefer milk
    Natural peanut butter 100g 3 ounces
    Organic honey 100g 3 ounces
    Cocoa powder 30g 1 ounce

    Organic ground Flax as required
    *
    OK, ready for the instructions? Its pretty complicated!
    Dump everything in a bowl and squish it together with your hands. Only put about half the milk in to start and only add milk enough to wet the ingredients, it should be like concrete, not batter. Do NOT use a spoon, you will break it.
    Roll dough in your hands to make 13 hot dog shaped bars. To keep the dough from sticking to your hands, wash them first then wet them with cold water or cover them with a little olive oil.
    Roll them in ground flax
    Put in refrigerator

    Fun to make and they are good for a week or so and here are the macros

    Each bar costs about 60 cents and contains:
    260 calories
    35g protein
    21g carbs
    15% calories from good fat
    Great recipe! Just made these yesterday and I'm loving them! Hard not to eat them all at once!

  16. Tip when using oats in shakes: if using eggs, add just the eggs and oats first, blend and then add the other ingredients. The egg suspends the oats so the blender blades chop em up instead of just mixing.

    If not using eggs: grind oats in a coffee grinder first. Makes a nice powder.

  17. Wow, so many useful recipes.

  18. Quote Originally Posted by bpmartyr
    Tip when using oats in shakes: if using eggs, add just the eggs and oats first, blend and then add the other ingredients. The egg suspends the oats so the blender blades chop em up instead of just mixing.

    If not using eggs: grind oats in a coffee grinder first. Makes a nice powder.
    That's a good idea

  19. Quote Originally Posted by Nate007 View Post
    Great recipe! Just made these yesterday and I'm loving them! Hard not to eat them all at once!
    GREAT to hear!I have a cookbook and will type more later.These take a while to type.

    Bodybuilding stuffed peppers:
    With this meal you get a good balance of protein, carbs and fats. It also allows you to switch up some of the main ingredients to create different variations according to your taste.


    Ingredients:
    -1 lb meat of choice (turkey, chicken, beef)*I used beef*
    -2 cups rice (brown or white)
    -4 bell peppers (red or green)
    -1 cup tomato sauce
    -Various spices (salt, pepper, garlic, oregano, etc...)
    -1 cup shredded cheese (I used fat free mozzarella)

    Prep:
    -Cook rice
    -Brown meat
    -Cut peppers in half and empty
    -Combine meat, rice, spices and tomato sauce
    -Stuff peppers with meat and rice combo
    -Pre heat oven to 350 degrees
    -Put peppers on baking pan and cook for 20 min.
    -Remove from heat and top with cheese
    -Cook for an additional 10-20 min (until cheese begins to brown)

    Makes 8 servings

    Nutrition Facts (per serving): 213 calories, 23 carbs, 19 protein, 5 fat.

    More later.

  20. "healthy" Peanut butter bites:Similar to bars.
    Makes 8 servings
    Ingredients
    • 2 cups natural crunchy peanut butter
    • 2 scoops chocolate protein powder
    • 2 ripe bananas, mashed
    • 2 tbsp flax seeds
    • 1 tsp stevia
    • 1 tsp pure cocoa powder
    Directions
    1. In a large bowl, mix together peanut butter, cocoa powder, stevia, whey powder,
    bananas, and flax seed.
    2. Shape the mixture into 8 walnut-size balls, and place them in a container lined with
    parchment to separate the layers. Freeze for 2 hours minimum before serving

    Macros:Calories 87(about)
    Protein 8g
    Carbohydrates 7g
    Fats 3g

    More tomorrow.

    EDIT TO SAY natural INSTEAD OF natty

  21. Pet peeve: "natty" instead of "natural." For some reason it's my least favorite part of reading posts on this forum. Why does it bother me so much? I don't know. Digression aside, the recipes sound great.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by sidoious View Post
    Pet peeve: "natty" instead of "natural." For some reason it's my least favorite part of reading posts on this forum. Why does it bother me so much? I don't know. Digression aside, the recipes sound great.
    Fixed.

  23. Aw man, you didn't have to change anything in your post! It's such a small thing!

  24. Wow!
    So many healthy recipes at one place...
    Great..!!!
    Thanks everyone

  25. Quote Originally Posted by sidoious
    Aw man, you didn't have to change anything in your post! It's such a small thing!
    It's not the size of the change that counts. It's the motion of the ocean.

    More goodies later tonight. I would like some feedback on how these work out for people.
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  26. Glad everyone has been participating in this thread. I think its a great idea for us to pool our recipes together
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by bpmartyr View Post
    Tip when using oats in shakes: if using eggs, add just the eggs and oats first, blend and then add the other ingredients. The egg suspends the oats so the blender blades chop em up instead of just mixing.

    If not using eggs: grind oats in a coffee grinder first. Makes a nice powder.
    wow... I will try that with the egg. great tip.
    Unfortunately i do not have a coffee grinder.
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  28. Protein banana bread

    Makes 8 slices
    Ingredients
    2 eggs
    2 tbsp fat free whipping cream
    2 bananas
    6 scoops vanilla protein powder
    tsp vanilla extract
    1 tsp banana extract
    ⅓ cup water
    1 tsp baking soda
    Directions
    1. Mix everything in a blender. Blend until smooth.
    2. Pour the mix in a loaf pan.
    3. Bake for about 30 minutes at 325F

    Macros:Calories 157
    Protein 25g
    Carbohydrates 12g
    Fats 1g per serving

    makes 8 servings.

    Another one

    PROTEIN WAFFLES
    Makes 1 serving
    Ingredients
    4 egg whites
    cup fat free cottage cheese (drained from liquid)
    cup oatmeal
    1 tsp baking powder
    tsp stevia
    Directions
    1. Mix everything together in a blender until smooth
    2. Bake in a waffle iron

    Macros:
    Calories 310
    Protein 37g
    Carbohydrates 36g
    Fats 2g
    (good weight gaining breakfast?)

    MOREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEE

    My breakfast tomorrow.Adding half a bagel for my pre workout carb's
    Makes 1 serving
    Ingredients
    6 egg whites
    2 eggs (with yolk)
    cup fat-free cottage cheese
    2 slices turkey bacon
    cup chopped onion
    cup salsa
    Directions
    1. Cook and crumble the turkey bacon
    2. Place the cottage cheese in a tea strainer and allow it to drain excess liquid.
    3. Blend the eggs and egg whites, then add in the cottage cheese.
    4. Scramble this in a sprayed pan until it starts to set. Add in the crumbled bacon
    and stir in the parsley. Add a spoonful of salsa and keep stirring.
    5. Put on a serving plate and put the rest of the salsa on the top as a garnish.
    Sprinkle with more cilantro (or green onion) if you wish.

    Macros:Calories 387
    Protein 54g
    Carbohydrates 9g
    Fats 15g

    My hands are tired.More later

  29. ^^ Great recipe here. A MUST Try

  30. Here is an indulgent protein shake:

    2 cups skim milk
    2 tablespoons peanut butter
    2 cups fat free frozen yogurt
    2 scoops protein
    1 banana

    that itself has nearly 100 grams of protein so don't drink it all in one place, but like I said, indulgent
  

  
 

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