BREAKFAST: Guiltless, Shameless pancakes! Come in spread some IDEAS!

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    BREAKFAST: Guiltless, Shameless pancakes! Come in spread some IDEAS!


    What's up fellow fitness fanatics!? Here's an easy, quick and DELICIOUS recipe!

    Quick and easy recipe, whether your goals are to lose weight or build muscle this recipe can be used! "Guiltless, Shameless Pancakes." We are not professional chefs... only semi-pro.
    NUTRITION FACTS: ~325 calories (34g protein, 33g carbohydrates, 3g fat)
    1 serving is 0.5 cup of oats
    1/4 cup blueberries
    5 ounces egg whites
    Tablespoon of cinnamon & splenda
    1/4 Scoop of vanilla protein powder
    * You can add natural PB to increase your fat intake (Spread on top of cooked pancake). I double this recipe for when I am in my "gaining phase." This works well on a cut also, just follow the standard recipe!

    Here's a video on "how-to" makes it easy and self-explanatory! DELICIOUS Healthy Recipe "Guiltless Pancakes" - YouTube

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    1/4 cup or scoop of protein powder? Because in here it says cup , in the video says scoop oO!!!
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    scoop! Thanks for noticing, I will change it!
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    Any other creative B-fast ideas???
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    NO CONTRIBUTIONS!?!?!?!
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    I have an amazing morning protein shake recipe:

    2 scoops isoflex peanut butter chocolate
    1 pack Quaker instant oatmeal regular
    1.5 cups milk
    1 tablespoon almond butter
    Few ice cubes

    Blend it all up and enjoy. Definately my favourite protein shake. You can probably play around with the protein powder but it's probably necessary to use some sort of peanut butter choc flav and isoflex does it best in my opinion
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdigregori View Post
    I have an amazing morning protein shake recipe:

    2 scoops isoflex peanut butter chocolate
    1 pack Quaker instant oatmeal regular
    1.5 cups milk
    1 tablespoon almond butter
    Few ice cubes

    Blend it all up and enjoy. Definately my favourite protein shake. You can probably play around with the protein powder but it's probably necessary to use some sort of peanut butter choc flav and isoflex does it best in my opinion
    Thanks for the idea! However, i am looking more for "Whole foods." Anyone else?
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    where did the post go with the guy and the chocolate protein cake idea? It disappeared!?!
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    tried these with choc protein and it's even better!
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    i love my protein pancakes!!! i make in bulk eat a few hot right away then grab a cold one as a snack throughout the day

    5 whole eggs 5 whites
    1 cup oatmeal
    1/2 cup almond milk, more or less depending on thickness
    1 scoop vanilla protein powder, or whatever you like i switch often
    2 cups blueberries, again or whatever you like

    i found the best way to make these is like a crepe. lil olive oil, i use a sprayer, med high heat let it heat up real good in a large frying pan 9" or so and make them nice and thin keep the pan hot and oiled and they come out amazing. Just flip when the edges start to dry and bubble. Top with honey if diet allows it, peanut/almond butter, or greek yogurt
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    thanks for the contribution! I like to add Peanut butter as a topping, it's great when it melts.
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    I like smoked salmon and poached eggs on a wholewheat muffin personally. If you're doing keto, and you fancy treating yourself on the weekend, you could have it with a sabyon sauce, which is easy as hell to make;

    Easy sabyon;
    50g butter
    1 egg yolk
    1tsp white wine vinegar (less if you prefer, it's all about taste)
    1/2 tsp of fresh dill, chopped

    Just bash the butter in the micro till it melts (but isn't bubbling), beat the yolk and the vinegar together in the same bowl, and gradually beat in the butter to the yolk/vinegar mix. You should end up with a creamy sauce to stick on top of almost any fish
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raiph View Post
    I like smoked salmon and poached eggs on a wholewheat muffin personally. If you're doing keto, and you fancy treating yourself on the weekend, you could have it with a sabyon sauce, which is easy as hell to make;

    Easy sabyon;
    50g butter
    1 egg yolk
    1tsp white wine vinegar (less if you prefer, it's all about taste)
    1/2 tsp of fresh dill, chopped

    Just bash the butter in the micro till it melts (but isn't bubbling), beat the yolk and the vinegar together in the same bowl, and gradually beat in the butter to the yolk/vinegar mix. You should end up with a creamy sauce to stick on top of almost any fish
    for breakfast?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattys4 View Post
    for breakfast?
    I guess you could eat it for breakfast, more like a lunch or dinner. Anyways, thanks for the input Raiph
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    Its a variation of Eggs Benedict, a pretty famous European breakfast dish
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    I like the recipe. I would just add some more protein to it
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    You can add as much as you like. That was plenty for me
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    Waffles

    1 cup Ricotta Cheese
    1 cup grounded oats
    1 1/4 cup egg whites
    Sugar and Cinnamon to taste

    Easy stuff! Makes two belgian waffles. Would suggest spreading PB over them.

    40g carbs, 30g protein per waffle IIRC. Haven't made them in a while.
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    Thanks for the ideas, going to make one of these today..!
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    Muscle building Breakfast QUICK. CHeck it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJOmvrr1VJI
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    Quote Originally Posted by JajaNe20 View Post
    Muscle building Breakfast QUICK. CHeck it! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJOmvrr1VJI
    What a waste of 10 minutes. Oatmeal fruit and eggs and a shake? It took them 10 minutes to explain that?
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    Whoa not so negative man, sorry I didn't write "recipes" but some people who don't know much about nutrition/bodybuilding or anything of that latter wanted to know a good breakfast. It was informative and something nice to give people who asked on our FB. Sorry we "wasted" your time, but we helped countless others who need a QUICK balanced breakfast. If you have any questions or suggestions we'd be happy to make a vid for you because others have similar questions, if not; then so be it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JajaNe20 View Post
    Whoa not so negative man, sorry I didn't write "recipes" but some people who don't know much about nutrition/bodybuilding or anything of that latter wanted to know a good breakfast. It was informative and something nice to give people who asked on our FB. Sorry we "wasted" your time, but we helped countless others who need a QUICK balanced breakfast. If you have any questions or suggestions we'd be happy to make a vid for you because others have similar questions, if not; then so be it.
    Just pointing out that video could have been done in 2 minutes. Probably less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by uvawahoowa View Post
    Just pointing out that video could have been done in 2 minutes. Probably less.
    We make it funny and informative with step by step what we are doing. Some people arent educated on how to cook anything. Always have haters
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    Quote Originally Posted by JajaNe20 View Post

    We make it funny and informative with step by step what we are doing. Some people arent educated on how to cook anything. Always have haters
    Really? Who do you know that can't put water in a bowl of oatmeal put it in the microwave then throw frozen fruit in it? You must think people are pretty dumb
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    Quote Originally Posted by uvawahoowa View Post
    Really? Who do you know that can't put water in a bowl of oatmeal put it in the microwave then throw frozen fruit in it? You must think people are pretty dumb
    Well Like I said 3 posts ago, it was a ? on our FB about what's good for sustained energy to eat for breakfast while dieting or in a bulk phase? The kid asked along with several others, we need it to be quick and easy because they are college students like the rest of us. So there's your answer once again. It's probably a beginner asking the question. So take your hate somewhere else, for idc what you have to say. Explanation done.
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    Hey everyone here at AM! Try these muscle building cookies! Low fat and carb with high protein!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxUmCUNioT8
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