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    Another way to eat your Cottage Cheese


    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.

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    i too like cottage cheese as is but ill try this out too
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    This is pretty awesome. It comes out so smooth and creamy. Let me know when you try it bro.
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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
    add blueberries and splenda and get rid of the ice and make it like a syrup!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfool405 View Post
    add blueberries and splenda and get rid of the ice and make it like a syrup!
    That sounds pretty good with blueberries. I was going to add some splenda but it seemed to be sweet enough as it is.
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    I put mine in yogurt. Protein powder and oats mix easily as well. To mix all these takes about 1 min.
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    Pineapples. I hated cottage cheese forever, just started eating it in the chowhall a few weeks back, once I got used to the texture its not so bad, doesnt really taste like anything tbh.
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    its really good on a sandwich, use it as a substitute for mayo. its awsome
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Fires View Post
    its really good on a sandwich, use it as a substitute for mayo. its awsome
    i love my mayo
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Fires View Post
    its really good on a sandwich, use it as a substitute for mayo. its awsome
    Good with tuna.

    Hey OP - I tried your recipe tonight. F-ing awesome. I added a spoonful natty pb after trying it and i think the pb sent it over the top.
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    Tastes so good you almost felt guilty huh? Lol
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    This all sounds so gross. I like it alone or with tuna. I still thing the ranch powder is a good idea, though I have yet to try it.
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    So, are you guys all bulking or have you found sugar-free pudding that isn't loaded with maltodextrin?
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    Try it on some toast with jelly, or in a baked potato mixed with a little sour cream. Hate the stuff by itself but actually enjoyed these two snacks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gymaddict20 View Post
    Tastes so good you almost felt guilty huh? Lol
    completely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
    completely.
    My girl compares it to a easy bake cheese cake if it had a crust on it. I think that sounds a bit accurate.
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    Man Im gonna have to try this I HATE cottage cheese LOL
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    it just adds alot of extra protien to your daily intake, thats why its taken lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernCharm View Post
    Man Im gonna have to try this I HATE cottage cheese LOL
    It tastes nothing like cottage cheese bro.
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    Good deal, if it taste like cheese cake Im down like four flats
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    I personally prefer the addition of salsa and extra virgin olive oil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    I personally prefer the addition of salsa and extra virgin olive oil.
    Really? How much salsa do you add to 1 cup of cottage cheese?
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    I don't measure it because it is very light in caloric count. I eye-ball it to taste really. If I were to guess it would be one cup cottage cheese to maybe 1/3 - 1/2 cup of salsa and two tblsp of XVOO.

    When I'm really getting into it I'll add some garlic, oregano and basil and ground black pepper. Now THATS Italian!
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Dunn View Post
    I don't measure it because it is very light in caloric count. I eye-ball it to taste really. If I were to guess it would be one cup cottage cheese to maybe 1/3 - 1/2 cup of salsa and two tblsp of XVOO.

    When I'm really getting into it I'll add some garlic, oregano and basil and ground black pepper. Now THATS Italian!
    That sounds pretty good. I will give it a try tonight.
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    you more kitchen-able folks could even make a monster turkey/lean beef whole wheat lasagna using this as cheese, it could rock...
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    i love cottage cheese though to be honest sometimes i just cant take the test. i think another good way to eat it is to put a scoop or half a scoop of casein in there. ON chocolate casein works great. the vanilla one is good too, but the chocolate one is awesome
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    I just tried cottage cheese with hummus. The hummus was roasted garlic with olive oil. Tasted ok, was definitely something different. Just another idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnthonyIOSOS View Post
    I just tried cottage cheese with hummus. The hummus was roasted garlic with olive oil. Tasted ok, was definitely something different. Just another idea.
    LOL i tried that too without the olive oil. yeah its not the greatest. i think cottage cheese taste best with some sort of sugar free sweet.
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    i had to add half cup of milk and an extra handfull of icecubes cus it was so thick and my blender wouldnt blend it.came out pretty good tho.
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    Quote Originally Posted by intrepid View Post
    I put mine in yogurt. Protein powder and oats mix easily as well. To mix all these takes about 1 min.
    MMM protein powder sounds like a brilliant idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RepThat21 View Post
    i had to add half cup of milk and an extra handfull of icecubes cus it was so thick and my blender wouldnt blend it.came out pretty good tho.
    Same thing happened to me, I thought I was going to break my blender. I think im gonna invest in a really heavy duty one LOL
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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

    Dude, I tried this the other night and it was great! My new favorite way of consuming .... (bleh) cottage cheese!!! LOL It was a little thick so I added some milk...

    And also tried a new variation last night with a couple pieces of pineapple and banana pudding instead of chocolate. YUM!!
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    I will have to try that for sure. I threw some blue berries in the last time I made it and it came out awesome. Glad everyone is enjoying these.
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    I throw cottage cheese and protein powder into the magic bullet and blend. Totally comes out like cheesecake (at least it does if you're contest prepping and don't remember what cheesecake tastes like.)
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    sounds good
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    Quote Originally Posted by futbolista View Post
    I throw cottage cheese and protein powder into the magic bullet and blend. Totally comes out like cheesecake (at least it does if you're contest prepping and don't remember what cheesecake tastes like.)
    That must suck. I would hate to forget the taste of awesome food.
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    try this
    1 cup cottage cheese
    1 scoop protein powdre
    2 tbsp. peanutbutter
    1/4 cup of strawberry yogurt

    This is my last snack of the day and it hits the spot!!
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    I grab the no salt added cottage cheese and add splenda, cinnamon and mix a tbs of almondt butter...mmmm
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    I usually mix in some PB, some raisons, and a lil syrup, actually taste great and have mixed all that with yogurt and flax seeds as well. I cannot eat cottage cheese by itself and don't know how others can, the minute it hits my mouth I want to gag and throw up.
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    being in the off season and bulking, i just buy the little cottae cheese containers that have fruit with it in it's own separate section, n mix. they have strawberry, pineapple, peach... great to take on the go...eat 3-4 at a time tho...
  

  
 

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