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  1. Or the new quesarito from taco bell with pancakes / crepes would be dope.

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    Pancakes and Italian, no bueno
    My grandma is 100% italian she would be rolling in her grave.
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  3. Ever thought of making a cookbook or eBook chef Bob
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    I have a 120 page document of my recipes on my desktop. its compiling
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  5. Yes, I would be willing to throw a few bills your way if you get it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbartsche View Post
    Yes, I would be willing to throw a few bills your way if you get it out
    Let me add more fuel to the fire to make it worth your time!!!
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  7. Nomzzzz classic snicker doodle proats

    Hnnnng

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  8. Some of these are incredible
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    Cellucor Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Banana Batter Muffins


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olK3WzvMlnw

    Recipe

    Dry:
    50g Cellucor Cor Performance Whey (Choc Chip Cookie Dough)
    80g Complete Pancake Mix
    3g Splenda
    3g Baking Powder
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    16g Cocoa Powder

    Wet:
    2 Egg Whites
    6oz Greek Yogurt (170g)
    1 Large Banana (100g)


    Directions

    Start by mixing your Dry in a bowl (Whey, Pancake Mix, Baking Powder, Splenda, SF/FF Pudding Mix + Cocoa Powder)

    Mash Banana in a bowl and Add in Wet (Egg White/ and Greek Yogurt) and stir with a spoon until batter like consistency is formed then add this to Dry and combine both.

    Pre-heat oven to 350. You will then use cooking spray on a small Pyrex muffin pan, You can also use cupcake liners that is totally your preference. Take a spoon and place batter evenly into each small cupcake filling and fill about half way (to prevent over flowing)

    Bake for 15 Minutes, use a toothpick to make sure the middle is complete!

    Pull out of oven, cool for at least 5-10 minutes

    Enjoy

    Macros

    For All 12 Muffins:

    Calories ~ 800
    Protein ~ 70g
    Carbs ~ 105g
    Fat ~ 10g



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  10. PES Chocolate Select Banana Marshmallow Fluff Waffles

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    PES Select Mod Carb Batter

    Dry
    • 40g Select → 140 / 2 / 2 / 30
    • 60g Complete Mix → 195 / 1.5 / 42 (6) / 6

    • 8g SF/FF Pudding Mix → 25 / 0 / 6 / 0
    • ˝ TSP Baking Powder

    Wet
    • 2 egg white → 40 / 0 / 0 / 8
    • 25g Greek Yogurt → 15 / 0 / 1 / 2.5
    • About 1/2 cup water

    Total: 415 Calories; 4F, 51C, 6F, 39P for the waffles, and top with whatever you'd like!

    The marshmallow dip is zero cal Walden Farm's and I used 65g of Banana
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    Recipe/Macros?
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  12. Quote Originally Posted by Swolbraham View Post
    PES Chocolate Select Banana Marshmallow Fluff Waffles <img src="http://anabolicminds.com/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=10 4931"/> PES Select Mod Carb Batter Dry o 40g Select -> 140 / 2 / 2 / 30 o 60g Complete Mix -> 195 / 1.5 / 42 (6) / 6 o 8g SF/FF Pudding Mix -> 25 / 0 / 6 / 0 o ˝ TSP Baking Powder Wet o 2 egg white -> 40 / 0 / 0 / 8 o 25g Greek Yogurt -> 15 / 0 / 1 / 2.5 o About 1/2 cup water Total: 415 Calories; 4F, 51C, 6F, 39P for the waffles, and top with whatever you'd like! The marshmallow dip is zero cal Walden Farm's and I used 65g of Banana
    Is the walden farms marshmallow dip good?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Is the walden farms marshmallow dip good?
    i like it, i put it on rice cakes too
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Is the walden farms marshmallow dip good?
    Stuff makes my stomach turn into a knot in seconds. How some people go through bottles of that stuff and those dips is beyond me. God bless your steel stomach's! LOL
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  15. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Stuff makes my stomach turn into a knot in seconds. How some people go through bottles of that stuff and those dips is beyond me. God bless your steel stomach's! LOL
    The only thing ive tried of walden farms is the peanut spread! Absolutely a disgrace to call that PB! Also the chocolate dip is banging with some strawberries! Its pretty good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    The only thing ive tried of walden farms is the peanut spread! Absolutely a disgrace to call that PB! Also the chocolate dip is banging with some strawberries! Its pretty good!
    never tried the PB, but have heard nothing but horror stories about it, WF is so damn expensive too. my god some people how you afford that stuff and go through it is crazy!!!

    Pancake Syrup and Choc/Caramel are the only 3 things that i enjoy from the line, but have to use them very sparingly.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by NattyForLife View Post
    Is the walden farms marshmallow dip good?
    Your better off getting no sugar products with reduced calories. Walden farms products are over priced and do not sit well with my stomach. The taste of the products is not the greatest either.
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    I love the syrups

    The dips/spreads definitely cause GI distress in any decent amount, way too much gumming agents/cellulose/sweetener for one sitting.
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  19. Quote Originally Posted by Driven2lift View Post
    I love the syrups

    The dips/spreads definitely cause GI distress in any decent amount, way too much gumming agents/cellulose/sweetener for one sitting.
    Agreed. I can do the syrups and the bbq/kétchup. Wouldn't touch the mayo, dips or jams with a ten foot pole.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    never tried the PB, but have heard nothing but horror stories about it, WF is so damn expensive too. my god some people how you afford that stuff and go through it is crazy!!!

    Pancake Syrup and Choc/Caramel are the only 3 things that i enjoy from the line, but have to use them very sparingly.
    I've picked them up for about $2/bottle which isn't that bad IMO
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  21. I like most if the w.f. salad dressings. But yea the pb is horrible. Gotta appreciate them trying though. How great would calorie free pb be

  22. Quote Originally Posted by rhoadx View Post
    I like most if the w.f. salad dressings. But yea the pb is horrible. Gotta appreciate them trying though. How great would calorie free pb be
    Just get PB2.
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  23. Booooooooom! Cellucor Vanilla PB&J squares!

    I'll post recipe and macros in a bit

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    Pb lean > pb2
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by kbayne View Post
    Just get PB2.
    Oh I'm a p.b.2 addict. Thanks for the suggestion that stuff is a lifesaver

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    Cellucor Double Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Banana Batter Muffins


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olK3WzvMlnw
    Made some of these today. Used the leftover pudding to make a filling/frosting. Only had cheesecake pudding, but it turned out even better with it!


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    Glad you enjoyed the recipe

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    Cellucor Double Chocolate S’mores Protein Loaves


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8q-D5wqhdOE


    Recipe

    Dry:
    80g Complete Pancake Mix (Extra Fluffy)
    3g Splenda
    50g Cellucor Cor Performance Whey (S’Mores)
    3g Baking Powder
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    16g Cocoa Powder (2 TBSP)

    Wet:
    2 Egg Whites
    1 Large Banana (100g)
    6oz Greek Yogurt (170g)


    Directions

    Start by mixing your Dry in a bowl (Whey, Pancake Mix, Baking Powder, Splenda, SF/FF Pudding Mix + Cocoa Powder)

    Mash Banana in a bowl and Add in Wet (Egg White/ and Greek Yogurt) and stir with a spoon until batter like consistency is formed then add this to Dry and combine both.

    Pre-heat oven to 350. You will then use cooking spray on a small Pyrex Loaf Pans, or one large loaf pan (Preference is up to you). Take a spoon and place batter evenly into each small cupcake filling and fill about half way (to prevent over flowing)

    Bake for 15-20 Minutes, use a toothpick to make sure the middle is complete!

    Pull out of oven, cool for at least 5-10 minutes

    Enjoy

    Macros

    For all 6 Loaves:

    Calories ~ 800
    Protein ~ 71g
    Carbs ~ 107g
    Fat ~ 10g



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    Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cheesecake Waffles:

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  30. Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Chocolate Covered Strawberry Cheesecake Waffles:

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  31. I might grab a thinner waffle maker. Although I do love my Belgian style thick mofos

  32. Quote Originally Posted by Swolbraham View Post
    I might grab a thinner waffle maker. Although I do love my Belgian style thick mofos
    Belgian is where it's at!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    Belgian is where it's at!
    This..
    Like saying you like thinner pancakes
    no thanks.. Gotta be fluffy!
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    vanilla waffles and topped with PES chocolate sludge. Chits banging

  35. Protein blondies (made of white beans, going to try chickpeas next) w/marshmallow topping
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  36. Quote Originally Posted by tyga tyga View Post
    Protein blondies (made of white beans, going to try chickpeas next) w/marshmallow topping
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    recipe / macros!!

  37. Recipe please? I would definitely try chickpeas, they are my favorite!
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    Blend the beans, applesauce, eggwhites and yogurt together until smooth.

    Put whey, vanilla, baking powder and coconut flour in bowl
    Add wet to dry
    Microwave chocolate bar (I used 56g milk chocolate and toffee bar, I'd recommend white chocolate instead)
    Add chocolate to mixture
    Move mixture to mold
    Take marshmallow creme and put it in a bowl and add a few tsp water to thin it out, pour over brownies.

    Cook at 395 for 18mins

    ***Cut mine into fourths, so the macros are per slice not entire dish
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    There are COUNTLESS recipes with Chic Peas on Protein Pow as a FYI
    i dont know if i would enjoy it because i hate chic peas. I dont know if i could mask the taste.
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    Cellucor Cinnamon Swirl Banana Bread

    Recipe

    Dry:
    90g Complete Pancake Mix
    40g Cinnamon Swirl Whey
    3g Splenda
    Baking Powder (5g)
    8g SF/FF Pudding Mix (Vanilla)
    16g PB Lean (Banana Bread Flavor)

    Wet:
    2 Egg Whites
    100g Greek Yogurt
    75g Banana (Diced up)
    50g Almond Milk


    Directions:

    Combine all Dry (Whey, Pancake Mix Baking Powder, SF/FF Pudding Mix, PB Lean, and Splenda)

    in a separate bowl mix the wet (Yogurt, Egg whites, dice up the banana, and almond milk)

    Combine the wet to the dry and use a hand mixer or beater to mix until a batter like consistency is formed.

    Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees and then use cooking spray on your Loaf Pan to coat it and prevent sticking. A pyrex dish is fine if you do not have a loaf pan or a metal pan that is square in shape.

    Transfer the mixture to the Loaf Pan and bake for 20-25 minutes, use a toothpick to check Banana Bread if it are finished (it will come out with no residue on the toothpick)

    Allow to cool for 5-10 minutes and then enjoy!

    Macros:

    Calories -- 690
    Protein --65g
    Carbs -- 90g
    Fat -- 8g



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