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    Post workout meal today: 1 package spinach asiago chicken sausage, 1.5 cup white hominy, couple servings of broccoli, 2 slices reduced fat provolone throughout. Cooked it all up in a skillet (after grilling sausage) with 2 tbsp of EVOO. Through a little franks red hot after I took the picture. It was pretty damn good.
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    Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl Pancake Video



    Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes - YouTube


    Recipe:

    120g Flour/Pancake Mix (Complete)

    30g Cinnamon Swirl Whey

    3g Splenda

    Baking Powder (5g)

    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)

    1 Egg

    1 White (Stiffen this in a separate bowl by itself and fold into the mixture)

    1/2 Cup Milk (I used almond)

Around 100g
    20g Greek Yogurt

    Directions:

    Combine all Dry
Then add in the whole egg and milk, and MIX
in a seperate bowl mix the egg white by itself to a stiff peak (around 2-3 minutes) and SLOWLY fold into the mixture. This will help with moisture and overall texture and cook on a MEDIUM HEAT (low to medium is best) to prevent burning.

    Macros:
    Calories 675
    Protein 45g
    Carbs 95g
    Fat 12g



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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post

    I was going to crock pot some chicken thighs with marinade but forgot to thaw it this morning. Was in a rush :-(
    5 more posts and i can upload a pic. Ill show you my cheat meal from last night lol
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    Two more i should say..
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    Well one more..
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    Lol ok that went quick...

    $1 big cheese burger from hungry jacks for one day only. Had 10 plus my rib roast and sweet potato after a pb in the squat rack and on the leg press.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post
    Lol ok that went quick...

    $1 big cheese burger from hungry jacks for one day only. Had 10 plus my rib roast and sweet potato after a pb in the squat rack and on the leg press.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it.

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    Mmmmm.... Those burgers look sooo good. That's awesome!
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    How long that take to down?
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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle82 View Post
    Mmmmm.... Those burgers look sooo good. That's awesome!
    They were unreal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    How long that take to down?
    About 25 min? Great burgers though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post
    They were unreal!
    I think burger and fries shall be our next cheat meal.
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    How sleepy were you after devouring that? I've been craving carrot cake lately, of all things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    How sleepy were you after devouring that? I've been craving carrot cake lately, of all things.

    Well it was at around 9pm so i was sleepy anyway haha. Carrot Cake? Really?

    Im actually craving haloumi cheese right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michelle82 View Post
    I think burger and fries shall be our next cheat meal.
    Make sure there's plenty of cheese!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post
    Well it was at around 9pm so i was sleepy anyway haha. Carrot Cake? Really?

    Im actually craving haloumi cheese right now.
    Yup, I'm weird like that :-)
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    [QUOTE="Heavyappetite;3974557"]Lol ok that went quick...

    $1 big cheese burger from hungry jacks for one day only. Had 10 plus my rib roast and sweet potato after a pb in the squat rack and on the leg press.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Dang...
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post


    Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl Pancake Video



    Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes - YouTube


    Recipe:

    120g Flour/Pancake Mix (Complete)
    30g Cinnamon Swirl Whey
    3g Splenda
    Baking Powder (5g)
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    1 Egg
    1 White (Stiffen this in a separate bowl by itself and fold into the mixture)
    1/2 Cup Milk (I used almond)Around 100g
    20g Greek Yogurt

    Directions:

    Combine all DryThen add in the whole egg and milk, and MIXin a seperate bowl mix the egg white by itself to a stiff peak (around 2-3 minutes) and SLOWLY fold into the mixture. This will help with moisture and overall texture and cook on a MEDIUM HEAT (low to medium is best) to prevent burning.

    Macros:
    Calories – 675
    Protein –45g
    Carbs – 95g
    Fat – 12g



    Add some whey and even better!=)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post
    Lol ok that went quick...

    $1 big cheese burger from hungry jacks for one day only. Had 10 plus my rib roast and sweet potato after a pb in the squat rack and on the leg press.

    Thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Dang...

    I have a pretty heavy appetite... lol
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    Cinnamon Swirl Chocolate Chip Scones



    Ingredients

    150g Complete Pancake Mix/Flour
    1 Egg
    2 Whites (Stiffened to a Firm Peak and folded into end)
    1 Scoop Cellucor Whey Cinnamon Swirl
    5g Baking Powder
    6g Splenda
    16g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    1 Cup Almond Milk
    25g Greek Yogurt
    35g Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
    Tsp Vanilla Extract
    1 TBSP Low-Fat Smartbalance Butter

    Directions

    Pre-heat Oven to 350 degrees

    First of all collect all your dry ingredients and put into a large mixing bowl (Whey, Pancake Mix, Baking Powder, Splenda, Chocolate Chips, SF/FF Pudding Mix, and Whey Protein)

    Next you will slowly add in the milk, whole egg, vanilla extract, 1 Tbsp of Low-Fat Butter, and Greek yogurt and mix together. This will come out thick; this is why we are going to stiffen 2 egg whites to give it a cake batter like consistency.
    Take your two cracked egg whites in a separate bowl and stiffen to a firm peak on a high power for 3-4 minutes and slowly fold those into the other bowl with all your dry and remaining wet. Fold from the outside to the inside for 1-2 minutes until evenly dispersed and then ready to bake.
    Take a Drop/Biscuit Pan, which you can get at a local walmart or cooking appliance store and spray with cooking spray. Slowly fill each biscuit/scone filling trey about to 2/3 full so it can rise and not overflow.

    These should take around 16-20 minutes (use your eye) when they start to get golden brown on the top they will be ready to pull out of the oven. It is wise to check the inside with a toothpick to make sure it is done. If you pull the toothpick out and there is no liquid then it is fully cooked.

    Allow to sit out and cool prior to eating, or able to keep safe in a Tupperware container as an on the go snack!

    Macros

    Calories ~ 1050
    Protein ~ 60g
    Carbs ~ 145
    Fat ~ 25




    Quote Originally Posted by gregg1494 View Post
    Add some whey and even better!=)
    Thats why they are Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes (Cinnamon Swirl Whey)
    Read the Ingredients.. LMAO
    Or watch the video
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    Either Chic Fil A in massive quantities, doritos, a philly cheese steak or a pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post


    Cinnamon Swirl Chocolate Chip Scones



    Ingredients

    150g Complete Pancake Mix/Flour
    1 Egg
    2 Whites (Stiffened to a Firm Peak and folded into end)
    1 Scoop Cellucor Whey Cinnamon Swirl
    5g Baking Powder
    6g Splenda
    16g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    1 Cup Almond Milk
    25g Greek Yogurt
    35g Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
    &#188; Tsp Vanilla Extract
    1 TBSP Low-Fat Smartbalance Butter

    Directions

    Pre-heat Oven to 350 degrees

    First of all collect all your dry ingredients and put into a large mixing bowl (Whey, Pancake Mix, Baking Powder, Splenda, Chocolate Chips, SF/FF Pudding Mix, and Whey Protein)

    Next you will slowly add in the milk, whole egg, vanilla extract, 1 Tbsp of Low-Fat Butter, and Greek yogurt and mix together. This will come out thick; this is why we are going to stiffen 2 egg whites to give it a cake batter like consistency.
    Take your two cracked egg whites in a separate bowl and stiffen to a firm peak on a high power for 3-4 minutes and slowly fold those into the other bowl with all your dry and remaining wet. Fold from the outside to the inside for 1-2 minutes until evenly dispersed and then ready to bake.
    Take a Drop/Biscuit Pan, which you can get at a local walmart or cooking appliance store and spray with cooking spray. Slowly fill each biscuit/scone filling trey about &#189; to 2/3 full so it can rise and not overflow.

    These should take around 16-20 minutes (use your eye) when they start to get golden brown on the top they will be ready to pull out of the oven. It is wise to check the inside with a toothpick to make sure it is done. If you pull the toothpick out and there is no liquid then it is fully cooked.

    Allow to sit out and cool prior to eating, or able to keep safe in a Tupperware container as an on the go snack!

    Macros

    Calories ~ 1050
    Protein ~ 60g
    Carbs ~ 145
    Fat ~ 25






    Thats why they are Cinnamon Swirl Pancakes (Cinnamon Swirl Whey)
    Read the Ingredients.. LMAO
    Or watch the video
    Oops I didnt see whey after cinnamon... was in math class lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    Yup, I'm weird like that :-)
    I never ever ever crave sweets you know... not sure why not!?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post
    Make sure there's plenty of cheese!
    Oh yeah, we will! Yum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyappetite View Post

    I never ever ever crave sweets you know... not sure why not!?
    The less sweets you eat, the less you crave IMO
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbergman90 View Post
    Either Chic Fil A in massive quantities, doritos, a philly cheese steak or a pizza.


    Dont know how you guys like fast food.. it blows my mind. if i am getting some good food i want it from a legit place, not something that is 1$ from McDonalds and held in a warmer and never cooked.. lol.. not to mention full of preservatives
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbergman90 View Post
    Either Chic Fil A in massive quantities, doritos, a philly cheese steak or a pizza.
    I miss chic fil a. Mmmmmm so delish. Pizza is our favorite, and Doritos are sooo good too!
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    My new anti craving food is chicharrones (pork rinds), one 1/2 oz serving gives 7g protein 5g fat and zero carbs. Tastes great and makes you think your eating carbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcountry08 View Post
    My new anti craving food is chicharrones (pork rinds), one 1/2 oz serving gives 7g protein 5g fat and zero carbs. Tastes great and makes you think your eating carbs.
    I always wonder why pork skins denote, "not a significant source of protein" on the label... I love 'em especially with melted brie
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post

    I always wonder why pork skins denote, "not a significant source of protein" on the label... I love 'em especially with melted brie
    Crush up pork skins to dust then add to your eggs. Might sound weird but I'm also a pork skin lover and found this to be yummy in eggs,soup,any pasta really. Mmmmm
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    Left the gym this morning, stopped at a local diner and had a pastrami, onion, swiss, and spicy mustard omelet. Freakin' delicious.
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    Hey guys one of my friends at the gym came up with an interesting theory. He states to have your cheat meal on a day in which you feel the bodypart you are training is a lagging/weak muscle compared to the rest of your body. What do you guy think of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VS91588 View Post
    Hey guys one of my friends at the gym came up with an interesting theory. He states to have your cheat meal on a day in which you feel the bodypart you are training is a lagging/weak muscle compared to the rest of your body. What do you guy think of that?
    So like the night before you train that lacking body part?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Dont know how you guys like fast food.. it blows my mind. if i am getting some good food i want it from a legit place, not something that is 1$ from McDonalds and held in a warmer and never cooked.. lol.. not to mention full of preservatives
    Haha I know its garbage that's why I don't eat it often. I don't like a whole lot of fast food either unless you count pizza.

    My logic is that I can get good food from legit restaurants and still eat clean. For my cheat meal, I go to the opposite end of the spectrum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbergman90 View Post

    Haha I know its garbage that's why I don't eat it often. I don't like a whole lot of fast food either unless you count pizza.

    My logic is that I can get good food from legit restaurants and still eat clean. For my cheat meal, I go to the opposite end of the spectrum.
    Ya if they don't add butter/fat, I'm with solution about cooking your own food. (Unless ur craving something on ur cheat day)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbergman90 View Post
    Haha I know its garbage that's why I don't eat it often. I don't like a whole lot of fast food either unless you count pizza.

    My logic is that I can get good food from legit restaurants and still eat clean. For my cheat meal, I go to the opposite end of the spectrum.
    Legit restaurants offer far better quality for cheat meals such as burgers etc with cooking methods. not to mention superior quality
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post

    So like the night before you train that lacking body part?
    No, the day of. Have that cheat meal on the day you train the lagging/weak body part
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Legit restaurants offer far better quality for cheat meals such as burgers etc with cooking methods. not to mention superior quality
    No restaurant better than my kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VS91588 View Post
    No, the day of. Have that cheat meal on the day you train the lagging/weak body part
    I think that's a pretty solid idea. Maybe i'll do it next week (just downed a buncha pizza...this weeks cheat meal >
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty Dan View Post

    8.99 a pound for chuck! Whole foods is crazy expensive! (Sorry it's the butcher in me talking)
    grass fed, my man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by threeFs View Post
    No restaurant better than my kitchen.

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