rice cakes and jerked beef
mixing the yogurt with the cottage cheese? And a speard oh man that sounds good haha, blend all of it together with spelnda and cinnamon?Originally Posted by jcam222
Mixing the yogurt with cottage cheese is solo. You mix it and eat it like that. Its actually very good.Originally Posted by Matt_Stuart
The cottage cheese /splenda / cinnamon,..bledn in blender or food processor and then use as a spread.
Who has time for snacks when your eating 7+ meals a day? ok just had to get that out there....
realistically i dont snack often because of the above reason, but if I do, ff jello or pudding are good snacks. rice cakes work even though GI wise they are not the best, but still....they are very low cal and 1 cake won't really do all that much.
check out some of the homemade protein bar recipes or some of the low cal-high protein cheesecake one's.
These are especially good (in small portions) as the day wears on, as the fats help keep up your test levels.Originally Posted by Achilles13
You can make you're own protein pudding using sugar free pudding mix and adding protein powder to the basic recipe. If you're using a protein powder that has thickeners in it, you might add a bit more skim milk to the overall recipe, but otherwise, just follow the box directions, and add enough protein in it, to cover your macronutrient ratios.
It tastes hella good, and it is complete as a snack/small meal.
The chocolate, vanilla, banana and butterscotch flavor all seem to go well with basic vanilla flavor protein powder.
Thanks I will have to try that, and also to the above post I try to eat as much as I can 6+ meals a day but its hard when I am always working and dont have everything to be able to carry around and make my food.Originally Posted by akp2004
yeah I usually get a handfull of raw almonds, pecans, and walnuts. Seems to help carry me over to the next meal.
I do the same. But I use chocolate pudding and chocolate protein powder. Sometimes I put it in the freezer for a little bit too.Originally Posted by akp2004
Yea - and if you really want to splurge, you can sprinkle some almonds or peanuts etc on top of the protein pudding and just go to town!
Also, dont forget about nonfat coolwhip or some of the skim versions of whipping cream. Great, low cal ways of giving yourself a nice treat and staying on diet. I mean, in reality, an MRP has maltodextrin in it, and I can cut even using those, so adding a shot of whipping cream is not going to kill me.
The only risk is if you are cutting and having a weak moment... It goes something like this:
1) Look into fridge
2) See whipping cream and pudding container
3) Plan to make nice snack.
4) Ditch plan
5) Tilt head back and empty whipping cream can direct into mouth
6) Go into temporary sugar/fat daze
7) Repeat 1-2 more times.
8) Enter guilt and 'holy ****' statements
9)Take double dose sesathin.
10) Let sense of guilt subside by 1/2
haha I like how you broke that down into 10 steps