What is your favorite cheat meal?
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04-16-2013, 09:26 PM
I'm going to have to stay out of this thread until I get my chinese buffet session on Friday. that chicken parm looks great btw, one of my favorites along with chicken/shrimp alfredo. Ughhhhhh.
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The solution you are a true chef. I'm really really bad about just eating a piece of chicken, or a pile of brocoli, but you make your food look good.
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04-17-2013, 06:56 PM
10 weeks hopefully sooner until you can thoroughly enjoy that cheat meal and not worry about going overboard
Metabolic Pow(d)er can help keep 30-70% of the fat off of you while eating over maintence or during a cheat meal
Eat the same. Weigh less
Eat more. Weigh the same
Simple. Just use 2 serving post workout meal cooked INTO your food
And 2 servings pre night time meal in food or mixed in a fruit juice like crystal light
Dosing this way will last 25 days
Good news is, the weight rebound according to one study doesn't happen for 22 days. But don't get to excited still needs to build up in your body before you can be safe without it!!!
I will keep you cheaters posted.
But remember EBF we are the future of lean. Bringing you more food, and less body fat!
04-17-2013, 08:28 PM
Cheat meal on Friday, looking for ideas, may do some kind of pickup wont have much time to cook because i have a very tight work schedule this weekend working 10 hour days Fri/Sat/Sunday... May hit up my local wegmans and do the 6-8-10$ meals they cook fresh daily...
some interesting options...
04-17-2013, 08:30 PM
I either go for the works at chipotle or all you can eat sushi. But I never learn and always get the fiery hot sauce no matter where I go.... My colon doesn't like me for that
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Edit: doesn't look like they've made it to the Midwest just yet.
04-18-2013, 06:10 AM
Definately a pint of ice cream.
i got 2nd street creamery:
Tons of Brownies
probably gonna go with the Cannoli.
My buddy in pittsburgh found the exclusive 7-11 Flavor of ben n jerry's Nutty Caramel Swirl, picking that up from him when i go down in 2 weeks.
04-18-2013, 07:04 AM
[QUOTE="The Solution;3952902"]Cheat meal on Friday, looking for ideas, may do some kind of pickup wont have much time to cook because i have a very tight work schedule this weekend working 10 hour days Fri/Sat/Sunday... May hit up my local wegmans and do the 6-8-10$ meals they cook fresh daily...
some interesting options...
Find a local bakery and get some slices of cake and cookies, and some bread and put Nutella on it.
04-18-2013, 07:39 AM
While you are in pittsburgh you going to stop at permanti brothers? My grandparents live real close to pittsburg so whenever we go visit I literally make my family go there. That aside, a pot pie, almond yam pancakes (does sound intriguing), and whatever you decide to top it off with sounds like a good time.
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04-18-2013, 06:29 PM
Well if I don't want bakery goods I always get ice cream or go get some froyo so it's what ever I'm craving, just more of a baked goods type of guy.
04-18-2013, 08:45 PM
PB Marshmallow Brownies
Cellucor PB Marshmallow Brownies - YouTube
40g Whey (PB Marshmallow Cellucor)
120g Complete Pancake Mix
8g SF/FF Pudding Mix
TBSP Splenda (3g)
Dash Baking Powder (3-5g)
1/2 Cup Milk (120g)
35g Greek Yogurt
1 White (Stiffened to a firm peak)
Start by placing the dry in a bowl (Whey, Pancake Mix, Baking Powder, Splenda, Pudding)
In another bowl mix all your wet but leave out the egg white in a smaller bowl whip the egg white to a firm peak on high power for 3-4 minutes.
Combine the wet into the dry bowl, and then slowly fold in the egg white last
Spray a 9x9 Sheet and slowly transfer the mixture into the bowl.
These were baked at 350 for 18-20 minutes
Entire Recipe Macros/Calories:
Cals : 750
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