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    Not really a recipe, but lately I have been adding a few tablespoons of cottage cheese to my dreaded shakes. Seems to cut the horrific sweet taste, adds some protein & gives it a cheesecake flavor. Add some frozen berries - delish and makes it nice & cold like a frozen drink.

    Definitely need to puree the heck out of it to make it smooth though - nearly a minute with my stick blender & it is very smooth.

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    Thanks for sharing that sounds great



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gal View Post
    Here are some protein shake and drink recipes for those of you needing the occasional tasty protein boost!

    Chocolate Banana Crunch
    Mix 1 serving of chocolate whey/soya protein powder according to directions. Add 1 banana and 3 ice cubes. Blend at high speed for 45 seconds. Add 4 low-fat chocolate wafers blend at low speed for 10 seconds and serve.

    Strawberry cheesecake
    Mix 1 vanilla whey/soya protein powder according to directions. Add 3 tablespoons of Jell-O's no-bake reduced fat cheesecake mix, 3 low fat vanilla wafers and 4 frozen strawberries. Blend on high for 45 seconds and serve.

    Double Deluxe Chocolate Fudge
    Mix 1 serving of chocolate whey/soya protein powder according to directions. Add 1 packet of Swiss Miss fat-free hot cocoa mix and 3 icecubes. Blend for 45 seconds and serve.

    Breakfast boost
    Blend 8 oz of orange juice with half a cup of non-fat yogurt, half a banana and 1 serving of whey/soya protein, 1 tablespoon full of flax seed oil, 4 frozen peach slices and 3 icecubes. Blend on high speed for 45 seconds and serve.

    Enjoy....
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    Gal,
    is this considered a meal or liquids? I guess I don't understand. If a meal is supposed to be four ounces how many meals are in one shake?



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    Hello everyone,
    I do would like to share with you all few healthy recipes which are good for health, rich in vitamins and supplement by expert nutritionist & dietitian.
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    Strongly suggested everyone to please consult with your diet expert before adding the share healthy recipes in your daily diet plan.
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    Blueberry Quesidilla

    Ingredients:
    small, whole wheat wrap of choice
    1/4 cup frozen blueberries of choice
    2 TBSP Greek Yogurt Cream Cheese
    1/2 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder of Choice
    dash of cinnamon
    splash of vanilla extract

    Directions:
    Mix all ingredients except the blueberries and wrap.

    Heat one side of wrap in pan on stove until begins to crisp to your likeness. You can use cooking spray or butter or other fat of choice to this end if you prefer.

    Take off heat temporarily and spread cream cheese mixture onto half of inside of wrap.
    Return to pan and top cream with frozen blueberries.
    Heat until blueberries are thawed.

    YUM!
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    I am 3 months post op. I found that using Small Round Ramekins work well for a serving size bake ware that you can use for dish washer, microwave and oven. The price is not to bad if you get them at wallmart. I use them to cook almost all of my meals in. My go to meals: Refried beans with cheese on "Misson STREET TACOS" either corn or flour. This was recommended by my dietitian. As well as omelets. you can always add anything to eggs to put more protein and vitamins in a meal. Oatmeal with fresh fruit and you can add protein powder and/or milk, to bump up the protein. dont forget the rule to not drink half hour before and after meals, no straws, nothing with carbonation in it, chew each bite many times & take your time to eat it. looking forward to seeing more ideas and recipes. thank you. surgery date 12/716, HW:245, SD:217, CW:190 But its the measurements that tell the true story


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    The best Turkey Meatball Soup I have ever made!

    For meatballs:

    1 Lbs/package of Lean ground Turkey
    3 minced garlic cloves
    1/2 finely chopped yellow onion
    1/4c bread crumbs
    1/4c rice
    1/2c shredded carrots
    1/2c chopped parsley
    1tbsp each oregano, sage,
    1tsp kosher salt
    1/2tsp black pepper
    1 egg lightly beaten

    Mix all ingredients and set aside

    For soup:

    2 liters of organic broth either chicken or vegetable or a combo
    3 zucchinis
    3 carrots
    1 potato
    Salt to taste

    In a heavy pot such as a french/dutch oven add a tablespoon+- of olive oil add a few meatballs from prepared turkey mixture. Carefully moved around to brown on all sides. Repeat until last meatball.

    Add broth, and bring to boil then lower heat and simmer for 20 min.

    In meantime, wash vegs well and slice or dice to medium bite size pieces.

    Add to meatballs when they are floating.

    Cover and simmer on low until vegs are cooked approx. 10 min. Let soup settle and slightly cool before serving.

    Adjust salt to taste.

    Enjoy!
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    Shirl, that sounds delicious!

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    Thanks for these!!❤️❤️ Your so smart. I would have never thought of these to put in blender. The way I was eating 😘😘


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    Quote Originally Posted by jemaz View Post
    here are some of the things i make, all are low in calories and fat, high in protien. some are hard to eat much so you dont get a lot of protien, but it adds variety and its better than the usual alternative.

    DEVILED EGGS / EGG SALAD

    6 hard boiled eggs cooled and pealed
    2.5 Tsp of ground pepper corn medley
    1/2 Tsp caper liquid
    1 Tsp capers
    1/4 mayo, i use less than that, just enough to get it to consistency
    1 Tsp Dijon / fancy mustard
    1/4 Tsp salt
    Pinch of sugar

    cut eggs in half taking yoke out. put yoke and ingredients above into bowl and mix well. you can use a food processors, i do! after mixing put contents into a zip-lock back and cut corner off. use this to fill egg white half.
    garish with some more ground pepper medley.

    if you like things spicy add a couple jalapeno rings and or some red devil to the ingredients

    also if you would like an egg salad just put all ingredients as well as the egg weights together and mix well.


    PROTEIN BROWNIES

    3 TBS almond butter (i use raw unsweetened from trader joes)
    1/4 cup raw oats
    2 scoops of chocolate Whey Protein powder
    2 TBS chopped almonds
    2 TSP vanilla extract
    1/2 cup water
    6 packets of splenda ( can use baking spenda just not sure how much)
    1TBS cinnamon
    1 TBS swiss mocha cafe( i use sugar free)

    optional 2 small bananas

    Grind almonds in a food processor, or chopped with knife either is fine
    grind oats in food processor, or leave whole, it all preference.

    add all items together in bowl and mix well.

    you can microwave in bowl or you can bake in bread pan / cup cake pan.

    bake at 15-20 minutes @ 350 w/ bananas 25-35 minutes

    microwave for 1.5 - 2 minutes on high, very dependent on microwave.

    you will have to play with cooking time to see how you like it. i personally cook some a little longer than others. this way i get some nice moist ones and some harder more crunchy ones, depending on what im in the mood for. some are easier to take on the run as well



    PROTEIN FLAT BREAD

    2 whole eggs
    1 scoop of protien powder, unflavored
    2 Tbs natural peanut butter
    1/4 raw oats ground in blender or food processor
    1 Tbs garlic powder
    1/2 Tsp baking powder

    i mix everything in a food processor, if you don't have that microwave the peanut butter and mix with the eggs.
    mix in remaining ingredients. cook similar to a pan cake or bake in bread pan.

    typically i melt pepper jack and gyro meat on these for a low cal, low carb high protien pizza. the bread is very dry so keep that in mind when re heating. butter, peanut butter cheese etc will help. i like my food spice so i add some red devil to the plate then lay the bread in it before heating. remember this is not a very good tasting bread, it is more of a vehicle to make other things that are good.


    PROTEIN FROSTING

    4 scoops of vanilla or unflavored protein powder (i have used shake mix and isolate both work well)
    14 Packets of Splenda, i use the packets because they are stronger in sweetness and you use less
    3 TBS of water, more or less depending on the amount and type of splenda and the type of powder you use.
    2 TBS Cinnamon
    1 TBS vanilla extract

    mix all ingredient into bowl and add water while mixing you want it to be gooey like honey. i usually put in fridge for a day and then use like frosting on protein muffins or protein pancakes. it is good to go if you want to use right away though.

    simple and high in protein. a nice way to cure a sweet tooth.


    PROTEIN PANCAKES

    1 cup raw oats
    2 scoops protien powder flavor of choice even unflavored.
    3 egg whites or 1/4 cup water if in a pinch
    2 Tsp Cinnamon
    6 Tsp baking splenda or to taste, some like more or less. packets will work as well
    1.5 Tsp baking powder

    mix all ingredients in food processor or blender, cook as normal pancakes. i use almond oil spray on girdle. i use Log Cabin sugar free maple syrup, it is 20 cal and 16 carbs for a 1/4 cup i probably use a 1/3 of that. i make my pan cake about 5-6 inche in diameter and i usually only eat one and i feel very full.


    to get actual carb, fat, cal, and protien i add everything up then i divide by the servings i make. usually they are in the 100 -150 calories, 10-15 grams or protien. very good for a meal. some are even less, the frosting if you use unflavored isolate it is basically no calories, so whet ever you put it on you just adding protien to it.

    hope you guys like it, im working on a sweet potato pie filling. last one tasted very good. no sure if i can get a crust that will work, but the pie filing so far tastes awesome!
    Looks yummy!!!!! Thanks.


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    thank you a lot!


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    I cook the same soup, but I don't add the protein. Some mushrooms are already rich in proteins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gal View Post
    I thought it might be a good idea to share some of our recipes here. From protein shakes to soups... Anything you found really nice to eat and good for you at the same time.


    Here's one of mine to start off

    Stage: pre-op/liquid

    Mushroom and Onion Soup.

    1 Scoop of protein (as directed on tub)
    10 cup mushrooms- sliced
    1 clove garlic-crushed
    1 Onion sliced
    1 dash of Worcestershire sauce (to taste)
    1 litre of water
    Parsley and chives (to decorate)

    Instructions:

    Add the onion and garlic into the pan. On a low heat add 2 table spoons of water and fit the lid on the pan. Steam until soft.
    Add the mushrooms and Worcestershire sauce and stir them in too until they cook off.
    Put in the water and boil slowly for 20 minutes. Aim to reduce the liquid by 1/3rd. Add the protein to the liquid.
    Either blitz with a blender or sieve off the veggies and drink the warm liquid.

    Gal xx
    WOW! That's great! Thank you so much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JessicaCampbell74UWZ View Post
    I cook the same soup, but I don't add the protein. Some mushrooms are already rich in proteins
    Agree with you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemaz View Post
    here are some of the things i make, all are low in calories and fat, high in protien. some are hard to eat much so you dont get a lot of protien, but it adds variety and its better than the usual alternative.

    DEVILED EGGS / EGG SALAD

    6 hard boiled eggs cooled and pealed
    2.5 Tsp of ground pepper corn medley
    1/2 Tsp caper liquid
    1 Tsp capers
    1/4 mayo, i use less than that, just enough to get it to consistency
    1 Tsp Dijon / fancy mustard
    1/4 Tsp salt
    Pinch of sugar

    cut eggs in half taking yoke out. put yoke and ingredients above into bowl and mix well. you can use a food processors, i do! after mixing put contents into a zip-lock back and cut corner off. use this to fill egg white half.
    garish with some more ground pepper medley.

    if you like things spicy add a couple jalapeno rings and or some red devil to the ingredients

    also if you would like an egg salad just put all ingredients as well as the egg weights together and mix well.


    PROTEIN BROWNIES

    3 TBS almond butter (i use raw unsweetened from trader joes)
    1/4 cup raw oats
    2 scoops of chocolate Whey Protein powder
    2 TBS chopped almonds
    2 TSP vanilla extract
    1/2 cup water
    6 packets of splenda ( can use baking spenda just not sure how much)
    1TBS cinnamon
    1 TBS swiss mocha cafe( i use sugar free)

    optional 2 small bananas

    Grind almonds in a food processor, or chopped with knife either is fine
    grind oats in food processor, or leave whole, it all preference.

    add all items together in bowl and mix well.

    you can microwave in bowl or you can bake in bread pan / cup cake pan.

    bake at 15-20 minutes @ 350 w/ bananas 25-35 minutes

    microwave for 1.5 - 2 minutes on high, very dependent on microwave.

    you will have to play with cooking time to see how you like it. i personally cook some a little longer than others. this way i get some nice moist ones and some harder more crunchy ones, depending on what im in the mood for. some are easier to take on the run as well



    PROTEIN FLAT BREAD

    2 whole eggs
    1 scoop of protien powder, unflavored
    2 Tbs natural peanut butter
    1/4 raw oats ground in blender or food processor
    1 Tbs garlic powder
    1/2 Tsp baking powder

    i mix everything in a food processor, if you don't have that microwave the peanut butter and mix with the eggs.
    mix in remaining ingredients. cook similar to a pan cake or bake in bread pan.

    typically i melt pepper jack and gyro meat on these for a low cal, low carb high protien pizza. the bread is very dry so keep that in mind when re heating. butter, peanut butter cheese etc will help. i like my food spice so i add some red devil to the plate then lay the bread in it before heating. remember this is not a very good tasting bread, it is more of a vehicle to make other things that are good.


    PROTEIN FROSTING

    4 scoops of vanilla or unflavored protein powder (i have used shake mix and isolate both work well)
    14 Packets of Splenda, i use the packets because they are stronger in sweetness and you use less
    3 TBS of water, more or less depending on the amount and type of splenda and the type of powder you use.
    2 TBS Cinnamon
    1 TBS vanilla extract

    mix all ingredient into bowl and add water while mixing you want it to be gooey like honey. i usually put in fridge for a day and then use like frosting on protein muffins or protein pancakes. it is good to go if you want to use right away though.

    simple and high in protein. a nice way to cure a sweet tooth.


    PROTEIN PANCAKES

    1 cup raw oats
    2 scoops protien powder flavor of choice even unflavored.
    3 egg whites or 1/4 cup water if in a pinch
    2 Tsp Cinnamon
    6 Tsp baking splenda or to taste, some like more or less. packets will work as well
    1.5 Tsp baking powder

    mix all ingredients in food processor or blender, cook as normal pancakes. i use almond oil spray on girdle. i use Log Cabin sugar free maple syrup, it is 20 cal and 16 carbs for a 1/4 cup i probably use a 1/3 of that. i make my pan cake about 5-6 inche in diameter and i usually only eat one and i feel very full.


    to get actual carb, fat, cal, and protien i add everything up then i divide by the servings i make. usually they are in the 100 -150 calories, 10-15 grams or protien. very good for a meal. some are even less, the frosting if you use unflavored isolate it is basically no calories, so whet ever you put it on you just adding protien to it.

    hope you guys like it, im working on a sweet potato pie filling. last one tasted very good. no sure if i can get a crust that will work, but the pie filing so far tastes awesome!
    Yum yum!

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