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    this was pretty good. thanks for the recipe

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    i eat my cottage cheese with nothing more than crushed black pepper or ground cayenne.
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    What kind of cottage cheese (brand? low fat or regular?) and yogurt are you guys buying? Everything I find in the stores here seem to have too much sugar in them. Is it natural sugar or something? I can't find anything that's sugar-free.
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    1 cup cottage cheese
    1 scoop vanilla casein
    2-3 table spoons of PB
    A little almond milk or water and mix it up and throw it in the freezer for an hour and you something kinda like ice-cream.
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    I've been loving this:

    1 or 2 cups large curd cottage cheese

    1 or 2 cups strawberry greek yogurt

    1 or 2 cups berry sherbert

    Mix it all up and enjoy. 1 or 2 cups depending on how much ya want, going to go make up a 2 cup batch now
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    Quote Originally Posted by gymaddict20 View Post
    I personally like cottage cheese by itself and have no problem eating it. For those of you that don't give this a try. It tasted so good I forgot it was healthy and actually felt guilty about eating it lol.

    1 heaping cup of cottage cheese (small or large curd)
    A handful of ice cubes
    splash of water
    1 package of 0 sugar, 0 fat chocolate pudding mix.

    Let me know how this goes for everyone.

    -Nick aka gymaddict20
    This is the best thing I have read on this entire website.
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    A favorite of mine, that the girlfriend and I make....Cottage Cheese Spinach Chicken

    What you need spinach, boneless chicken breasts, chopped onions, garlic, cottage cheese, cajun seasoning and butter (we usually use Omega Butter or I Can't Believe Its Not Butter spray).

    -Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
    -Mix thawed or fresh spinach, onion, garlic and cottage cheese in a bowl
    -Put the cajun seasoning on the chicken, prior to cooking
    -Slice a slit in the chicken (only on 1 side), and push spinach, onion, garlic, cottage cheese mix into the slit. You can use a toothpick to pin it shut if you want.
    -Melt the butter you are using, or spray on "fat free butter" substitute and sprinkle over top the chicken (prior to cooking)
    -Cook for 25 minutes and blamo your ready to roll...

    Its a pretty tasty recipe, a great protein and fat source (assuming you use good oils and a good butter)
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    I just do the following for a late night snack:

    1 cup+ of fat free CC.
    1 to 2 tablespoons imatation vanilla flavoring (the cheap cooking stuff)
    1 to 2 tablespoons splenda

    Mix with a spoon and enjoy. Of course, I love CC, so yeah, I think its GREAT!
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    1 cup cottage cheese
    .5 cup fat free plain Greek yogurt
    1 scoop protein powder
    1 cup oats
    I also add a bit of almonds and dried cranberries.
    Don't blend it, just mix it together. Tastes great.
  

  
 

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