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April 9, 2012 5:33 PM
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Welcome to the meal pictures thread, part 16!

DO NOT PIC QUOTE. WHEN YOU QUOTE A POST, PLEASE REMOVE THE LINK TO THE PICTURE. THIS PREVENTS A THREAD FULL OF DUPLICATE PICTURES AND EXCESSIVE BANDWIDTH USAGE FOR IMAGE HOSTING SITES. IT IS COMMON COURTESY ON MOST INTERNET FORUMS.

BUMP IS A COMMON PHRASE USED BY PEOPLE WHO WANT TO ADD THE THREAD TO THEIR TOPICS LIST, BUT HAVE NOTHING TO CONTRIBUTE AT THE MOMENT.

TO SEE HOW TO ADD PICTURES, VISIT THIS POST.
http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/show/538992-how-to-post-pics-on-here

PROATS = PROTEIN POWDER AND OATMEAL
PROTEIN FLUFF = http://www.myfitnesspal.com/groups/home/1823-protein-fluff
April 9, 2012 5:38 PM
Grrrr! I just went to post a huge list of photos only to find a "this topic is locked" (it wasn't when I started typing! lol). Anyway, everything I just typed up is now completely lost and I want to cry. :(
  12800241
April 9, 2012 5:41 PM
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Grrrr! I just went to post a huge list of photos only to find a "this topic is locked" (it wasn't when I started typing! lol). Anyway, everything I just typed up is now completely lost and I want to cry. :(


Sorry I posted too fast for you. I hope you can get everything arranged again, I would love to see what you've got! flowerforyou
April 9, 2012 5:44 PM
Okay, so I'll post everything and briefly say what it is, but I am not typing up as much as I did the first time around. I don't have the time or patience for that. If anyone has any questions though, I can expand later.

Homemade peanut butter chocolate protein balls:

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Mini wonton quiches:

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Savoury, cheesy oatmeal topped with a poached egg:

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Laughing Cow cheese spaghetti:

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Non-diet-friendly french toast made with Cinnabon cinnamon swirl bread and real maple syrup:

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Kenyan Githeri:

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Non-diet-friendly-and-store-bought-but-still-cute Easter bunny cake:

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Homemade mozzarella-stuffed wonton raviolis topped with homemade spaghetti sauce:

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  12800241
April 9, 2012 5:45 PM
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QUOTE:

Grrrr! I just went to post a huge list of photos only to find a "this topic is locked" (it wasn't when I started typing! lol). Anyway, everything I just typed up is now completely lost and I want to cry. :(


Sorry I posted too fast for you. I hope you can get everything arranged again, I would love to see what you've got! flowerforyou


Haha, that's okay. Lesson learned: next time the thread is almost full I'll save what I've got before trying to post.
  12800241
April 9, 2012 5:47 PM
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Homemade peanut butter chocolate protein balls:


I would love for you to expand on this if and when you have the time.
April 9, 2012 5:53 PM
QUOTE:

Grrrr! I just went to post a huge list of photos only to find a "this topic is locked" (it wasn't when I started typing! lol). Anyway, everything I just typed up is now completely lost and I want to cry. :(


Sorry since I was the last post in that thread and I only had one pic.
  7039144
April 9, 2012 5:54 PM
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QUOTE:

Homemade peanut butter chocolate protein balls:


I would love for you to expand on this if and when you have the time.


These were absolutely delicious! I posted the recipe on here before with absolutely no replies. Maybe people didn't realize just how delicious they were going to be LOL

Anyway, the recipe is very simple:

-1 scoop of chocolate protein powder
-1/3 cup natural, smooth peanut butter
-1/4 cup honey
-3 tbsps ground flax seed
-3 tbsps dark chocolate chips

Then you just just stir it all until it looks much like the dough you see in the picture. Make sure it is thick and firm like that, so even if it takes awhile for the powdery ingredients to mix in, DO NOT add any more wet ingredients. It did take several minutes stirring to mix together for me, and I was so close to adding water--trust me, you won't need to. Then roll them into balls. Mine made 10 good-sized balls.

Calorie content is going to depend on the ingredients you use (particular your protein powder). My protein powder has 100 cals per scoop plus 15 grams of protein. I know a lot of people here buy higher cal/protein ones, so whatever you use. Mine worked out to be about 104 cals each, so not really low-cal BUT they were very satisfying and they cured the sweet tooth with something nutritious.

EDIT: Oops, 107 cals each. :) I used Jillian Michaels chocolate protein powder. My peanut butter had 90 cals per tbsp. If anyone uses those same calorie contents and wants to make/eat these, I already uploaded it in the database as:
Homemade - Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Balls (just make sure you are eating one tenth of the mixture if you use this)
Edited by littlelily613 On April 9, 2012 6:02 PM
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April 9, 2012 5:55 PM
Those wonton raviolis look real good. I can imagine the slippery texture of the wrapper filled with the gooey mozzarella. Mmmm....
  7039144
April 9, 2012 5:57 PM
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Those wonton raviolis look real good. I can imagine the slippery texture of the wrapper filled with the gooey mozzarella. Mmmm....


Thank you! They were fantastic--probably one of my favourite things I made yet. Yummy! And the entire plate was less than 300 cals too.
  12800241
April 9, 2012 6:23 PM
All looks delicious!

Gotta say I'm a little bummed out that my super tasty Curried Millet Stew was bumped at the end of the thread. It will go unseen by most ohwell It was epic, though! Lemme tell ya!
April 9, 2012 6:30 PM
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All looks delicious!

Gotta say I'm a little bummed out that my super tasty Curried Millet Stew was bumped at the end of the thread. It will go unseen by most ohwell It was epic, though! Lemme tell ya!


I saw it! It did look quite tasty! :)
  12800241
April 9, 2012 7:24 PM
I forgot to take photos... booooooo
April 9, 2012 7:35 PM
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1cp Cottage Cheese
1scoop DBL Choc Whey
2tbsp Nat PB
1/2c Kashi Go Lean
87g Banana
108g Strawberry
1Tbsp Maple Almond Butter......

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April 9, 2012 7:52 PM
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April 9, 2012 9:07 PM
My food is usually boring and I don't have time to take pictures of it. Let alone find my phone, assuming it is even charged.

Today I made microwave kale chips, those rocked. Also an egg salad with some kewpie, green onions from the garden, and liquid smoke. Cooked the eggs perfectly.
April 9, 2012 9:38 PM
B B B Booootay Bumppp!
April 9, 2012 9:58 PM
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April 9, 2012 10:04 PM
Recipe for Wonton Ravioli's Please?smile
April 9, 2012 10:33 PM
Thank you Jorra!!!

lily-PB pro balls look awesome...do they taste like cookie dough?! have you ever tried baking them into cookie balls? and look at all that frosting on the bunny.........slllluuuuurrrrpppp...yummy! tongue and after ham's script of the ravioli...could I please get that recipe too?? bigsmile

Ballard-looks good...but what is it?ohwell
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April 10, 2012 3:13 AM
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trader joe’s whole wheat pizza dough, homemade pizza sauce (100% tomato paste, water, seasonings), spinach, trader joe’s lite mozzarella, one slice of Hormel honey baked ham (the least processed lunch meat on the market!), and crimini mushrooms with a side of asparagus! yum yum!

all for about 360 calories!

This looks amazing!
April 10, 2012 5:15 AM
meagalayne - I see you enjoy millet as well... Yours looks much better than mine, though. Do you have a recipe for that? :D

Chicken and millet
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Microwave s'more made out of a chocolate dipped peep
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Oats, cottage cheese, chocolate whey, dulce de leche cheerios, marshmallow creme, and mini heath bars. My wife asked, "What is this monstrosity?"
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April 10, 2012 5:45 AM
Little lily61: MAD first post!

Jorra: you're the best!

Brunner: LOL @ you're wife's comment. LOOKS THE GOODS TO ME!


PB&CO DCD cottage cheese with cinnamon
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chilli Peanut butter konnyaku noodles & chicken
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recipe: credit to infinity beyond

Chilli Peanut Butter noodles
Ingredients:

100ml Chicken Stock
35ml Soy Sauce
35g PB & CO Heat is on
15g maple syrup
10g chilli paste
konnyaku noodles

Directions:

1. Make chicken stock. I used 5g of stock cube and dissolved into 100ml of boiling water.
2. Measure all ingredients before hand.
3. Combine peanut butter, honey, chilli paste, soy sauce and chicken stock in a pot.
4. Heat sauce and then lower to simmer.
5. Add fresh egg noodles and mix thoroughly.
6. When the noodles are warm and thoroughly coated in the sauce, serve.

choc/banana protein icecream with almonds & lindt dark choc ball
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and made GP79's protein cheesecake berry flavoured. See cheesecake group for recipe.
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April 10, 2012 6:01 AM
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