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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcountry08 View Post
    Mayo on fries is a French/ euro thing we get people in my restaurant requesting it all the time.

    I've alway wanted to try poutine, I saw a recipe the other day for it that sounded amazing. Instead of gravy they put beef jue on it and they add duck confit, if you have never had confit it is the best way to have duck it's salt cured then poached in duck fat for about 6 to 8 hours.
    Poutine is too easy.
    bake/Deep Fry french fries
    add gravy and cheese on top and then bake in the oven for 5-10 minutes

    Done!
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post

    Not true typically, as a Canadian I can say using mayo is a rarity and something we find strange, seemed common when I was vacationing in the UK though
    Very popular in Ontario and Quebec
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Bigcountry08 View Post
    Mayo on fries is a French/ euro thing we get people in my restaurant requesting it all the time.

    I've alway wanted to try poutine, I saw a recipe the other day for it that sounded amazing. Instead of gravy they put beef jue on it and they add duck confit, if you have never had confit it is the best way to have duck it's salt cured then poached in duck fat for about 6 to 8 hours.
    Duck confit is amazing
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    Molten Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Loaves



    Recipe

    120g Complete Pancake mix
    1 Scoop (34g) Molten Chocolate
    1 Egg
    1 Whites (Stiffened to Firm Peak and Folded in)
    50g Reese Peanut Butter Chips
    100g Almond Milk
    Vanilla Extract (2g)
    Baking Powder (5g)
    3g of Splenda
    8g of SF/FF Pudding Mix

    Directions

    Take All Dry and Combine in a large mixing Bowl, Top with your egg, dash of vanilla, and in another bowl stiffen an egg white, Fold all of this together (egg white in last) and add Almond Milk (100g) and it was a little runny but still thick before putting into the oven. (in the mini loaf pans)

    . I used a separate hand mixer for my stiffened egg whites, and then transfered into the Mini Loaf pans, as you add the batter slowly mix in the reese peanut butter chips that will be layered throughout the mixture of the batter.

    Since the pan is shallow and wide these will cook quick, remember to gauge by using a tooth pick. Hit the center of the baked good and see if it strikes any liquid, if it does then it is close to being done, when it picks clean they are done. Around 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees . Once you see the golden brown forming on the top from baking they are very close to done. keep an eye on them after 15 minutes.

    Macros

    For all 6 Loaves

    Calories: ~910 Calories
    Fat: ~25g
    Carbs: ~125g
    Protein: ~45g

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  5. peanut butter chips make EVERYTHING better...soooo good
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Molten Chocolate Peanut Butter Chip Loaves



    Recipe

    120g Complete Pancake mix
    1 Scoop (34g) Molten Chocolate
    1 Egg
    1 Whites (Stiffened to Firm Peak and Folded in)
    50g Reese Peanut Butter Chips
    100g Almond Milk
    Vanilla Extract (2g)
    Baking Powder (5g)
    3g of Splenda
    8g of SF/FF Pudding Mix

    Directions

    Take All Dry and Combine in a large mixing Bowl, Top with your egg, dash of vanilla, and in another bowl stiffen an egg white, Fold all of this together (egg white in last) and add Almond Milk (100g) and it was a little runny but still thick before putting into the oven. (in the mini loaf pans)

    . I used a separate hand mixer for my stiffened egg whites, and then transfered into the Mini Loaf pans, as you add the batter slowly mix in the reese peanut butter chips that will be layered throughout the mixture of the batter.

    Since the pan is shallow and wide these will cook quick, remember to gauge by using a tooth pick. Hit the center of the baked good and see if it strikes any liquid, if it does then it is close to being done, when it picks clean they are done. Around 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees . Once you see the golden brown forming on the top from baking they are very close to done. keep an eye on them after 15 minutes.

    Macros

    For all 6 Loaves

    Calories: ~910 Calories
    Fat: ~25g
    Carbs: ~125g
    Protein: ~45g
    Someone say bulk. Yeah I want to bulk on these.
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    No bulk, i eat those when cutting too.
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    Peanut Butter glazed Burger with a cinnamon sugar and strawberry sweet potato
    Cookies and cream protein loaf layered with chocolate syrup and bananas.
    Extra peanut butter marshmallow protein pudding with cinnamon burst Cheerios, cinnamon jacks and a trader joes meringue cookie

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    Cinnamon Swirl Ice Cream mixed with Cinnamon Jacks, Graham Cracker Pieces, and Cinnamon Burst Cheerioss, and a Trader Joes Speculoos Cookie

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    Thermogenesauce Chicken Simmer Curry.

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  11. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Cinnamon Swirl Ice Cream mixed with Cinnamon Jacks, Graham Cracker Pieces, and Cinnamon Burst Cheerioss, and a Trader Joes Speculoos Cookie
    Sugar craving lol, I use cereal sometimes to curb a sugar craving.

    Last night I got home from work and my wife had chocolate covered graham crackers. Brought back so many memories, my grandparents used to give them to me as a kid. Ended up smearing peanut butter and strawberry jam all over them. That was my cheat meal of the week lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigcountry08 View Post
    Sugar craving lol, I use cereal sometimes to curb a sugar craving.

    Last night I got home from work and my wife had chocolate covered graham crackers. Brought back so many memories, my grandparents used to give them to me as a kid. Ended up smearing peanut butter and strawberry jam all over them. That was my cheat meal of the week lol.
    Only 30g of cereal in that bowl which is around 20g of carbs total, which is not much at all considering i eat around 400g daily.
    Homemade ice cream = almond milk + protein powder.

    Very simple to make.
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  13. How much almond milk roughly? I know it will vary a little but do you have a general amount?
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post

    Only 30g of cereal in that bowl which is around 20g of carbs total, which is not much at all considering i eat around 400g daily.
    Homemade ice cream = almond milk + protein powder.

    Very simple to make.
    Yeah I guess it does actually look pretty small. When I eat cereal it's usually a Jethro bowl, bout quarter to half box of cereal and half gallon milk.
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    Just now.. A grand total of 2940 cals plus breakfast and lunch.. Im done for today
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    Quote Originally Posted by jswain34 View Post
    How much almond milk roughly? I know it will vary a little but do you have a general amount?
    This will help ya:

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    Just mmmmmmmm

  18. Just scored these at my produce market 7 bucks for the whole case!

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  19. Just now.. A grand total of 2940 cals plus breakfast and lunch.. Im done for today[/QUOTE]

    That's why I pre-make sandwiches and only eat from the jar on cheat days, sooo damn good.

  20. Just mmmmmmmm[/QUOTE]

    Are those peanut crumbs on them :0

  21. Quote Originally Posted by theOCdude View Post
    Just mmmmmmmm
    Are those peanut crumbs on them :0[/QUOTE]

    Nope, cinnamon graham cracker crumbs.

  22. What's the white stuff in between the strawberries?

  23. Quote Originally Posted by gokix811 View Post
    What's the white stuff in between the strawberries?
    Jet Puffed Marshmallow, and Godiva dark chocolate holds the graham on.

  24. :O would eat an entire plate full and not feel guilty.

  25. Dinner: Stuffed bell pepper with egg, ham, chicken sausage, onions, shredded cheese

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