Post any recipes you want fit, shakes, dishes, baking, w.e.
Anyone got any protein cookie recipes? Maybe a banana or mint flavor?
How the fuck do I use almond flour?
I search a recipe which is good for pre cooking and doesent taste like complete ass after reheating it in a microwave 1-3 days after.
Had chili con carne allready, that was tasting the same on day 3 as on day 1, will do that again but want to try out new stuff.
Oh forgot to say my shake
>5 frozen strawberries
>half cup of frozen blueberries
>1/2 cup vanilla greek yogurt
>1 1/2 scoop vanilla whey
>1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
>5 grams creatine
Like 400kcals and 48g of protein
delicious anon, more like a treat than anything, with great macros.
Lower calorie so I can eat other things. I like to get my protein sources from other things.
Also I prefer the taste over whole milk tbh, nutty and sweeter.
Post them recipes anons.
I'll post what I made for my dinners this week, makes about six big portions:
. 8 chicken breasts
. 2 bags of spinach
. 6 tomatoes
. 3 carrots
. 1 onion
. 3 tins of kidney beans
1. Whack the chicken in the oven for 20 minutes with salt + pepper + spices.
2. Fry onion and mushrooms together.
3. Add tomatoes and beans, leave to stew for a while.
4. Slice up those carrots however you like and stick those in.
5. Add the spinach. I dice mine up first, but you can do whatever you like with it.
6. Chicken should be done, dice those breasts up and add to the pot.
7. Add spices however you fancy, then eat that shit up.
Looks like dog food when it's cooked, but this is fuel, if you wanted fine dining you'd be in /ck/
few different shakes I do:
>vanilla whey, mixed berries I freeve, banana, ice, water and milk
>vanilla whey, double espresso, ice, milk and water
>vanilla whey, banana, almond butter, peanut butter and cinnamon
I get bored of drinking the same shake everyday so i mix it up often
I have an easy keto recipe for ice cream
1 can of full fat coconut milk
2 scoops of protein powder.I use pina colada flavor protein it goes great with it
1.blend milk and protein powder
2.freeze the mix for a few hours
all together if you eat the whole thing 1000 cal 70 grams of fat 50 grams of protein and around 17 carbs
it tastes great and is a good go to snack if you get a sweet tooth
Bruh 1/5th of an average fit bruh's calories and barely 5g of protein.
No one said packed, but if anything that's lacking and nearly void of protein.
>Oh btw I put cottage cheese in my tuna sandwichs instead of mayo
>More protein and tastes way better, 10/10 recommend
everything posted in those thread are not /fit/ recipe, they are fucking fastfood kind recipe. Disgusting look and heaven full of fucking sauce and chocolate.
>eating that shit, chocolate and sauces and other "fit recipe"
>i eat sauces
>they are not bad
>you are full of fat
You took one look at the chocolate pumpkin cookie and didn't even watch it.
They're 40 calories each, big, and have 5.5g protein each.
Something /fit/ needs to learn that need to learn is things don't need to taste like shit to be healthy.
5.5g per 40kcal cookie, and it's pumpkin with chocolate frosting. Pinnacle of /fit/ cooking.
i mean yeah its fucking disgusting but, its not like theres anything better. i mean seasoning takes too long, this is quick and easy.
plus just think about the gains and if u drink it quickly u cant really taste it. win win situation
i actually went round my gym with it in my shaker and everyone, every single person was almost sick.
i just dont understand the hate, it tastes like soup, its nice a runny, you can drink it like soda or whatever
>$1.40 to make
1/2 pound honey
1 pound natural peanut butter
>heat em up, mix em up
add 4 scoops whey
add 1 pound fat-free powdered milk
>mix, adding some water as you need it (you basically want the texture of playdough
add 1 pound rolled oats
>mix, adding water to keep dat playdough consistency
>put wax paper in 9x13 cake pan, put playdough-gainz in wax paper, smush it down, refrigerate overnight, cut into 8 pieces in the morning
>g a i n z
really i can't take much credit though, it's just a modified version of scoob's, i just made it more protein-y, less diabetes-inducing, and did a bunch of math
Moist chicken breast every God-damned time:
Just coat the thing in a teaspoon of real mayo and cook at 420 F for 30 minutes.
Here's where it gets fun: you can add anything you like to that mayo to spice it up. I add salt, pepper, curry, salad cream, whatever. Sometimes I coat it afterward in crushed corn flakes or bread crumbs so it has a nice crispy coating like it was fried.
On average: 330 C., 72 g. protein (Harvestland 11 oz. chicken breast). Just use the additives sparingly and there's no appreciable nutritional difference.
Ive never tried it, I prefer a good blended shake with oats, nuts, whey, milk, fruit, etc. But go ahead and try it, its single serve anyway so what do you have to lose?
true, it's so simple and is perfect for my diet right now so I'm just guessing the taste is the catch
even if it's meh I could slather it in honey or fucking srricha to get it down idk
I've tried it, its pretty good. Even better if you top it with lite cool whip and drizzle low calorie syrup over it. If you want to add more calories to it for bulk spread some peanut butter on the top and add chocolate chip pieces
I've been /fit/ for long enough that I can eat most anything as long as I know it's good for me, regardless of taste.
>cooking oats with milk and whey
>get heat too high
>proteins in the milk start clumping
>have a bowl of chocolate-flavored curds and whey with oats floating in it
>eat the entire 16 oz bowl
World's worst superpower
Nigger so I was right, since each serving of that gave you 51g of protein
>1 lb of oats is 5 cups which is 1500kcal 55g prot
>1/2 lb of honey 3/4 cups which is 690kcal 0g prot
>1lb peanut butter 1 3/4cups which is 2830kcal 113g prot
>4 scoops of whey 1 cup which is 124g and roughly 520kcal 96g of prot
That's fucking 5540kcal and 264g of prot.
Fuck that's shouldn't even be considered a protein bar, it's nearly a snickers bar at this point.
That's roughly 18 snickers bars worth of calories, and roughly 3 times the protein.
>only 3 times the protein of a fucking snickers bar
>all these arbitrary and random measurements
>cups, partials, scoops, tbls, "tins" etc
>just numbers food items that can vary 100 grams in weight
why are so few people actually using food scale?
I mean even "tablespoon" as a measurement can vary greatly just based upon spoon you're using and the product labels are notoriously shitty in that regard. Volume of a tablespoon can vary from 8 ml to 15 ml depending on product while the actual spoons themselves always vary on size and the actual "official measuring cup" for tbl is that 15 ml.
and especially with supplements be careful to actually check HOW MUCH VOLUME is the "one table spoon a day". Good supplement companies send you measuring cups that are specific for the product in question and intended for using with the product only.
For example Taurine supplement I use comes with this little measuring cup that's about 3,3 ml for more precise administration instead of me having to eye ball it using 5 ml measuring unit. I bet you'd get away with using less creatine too for example but the 5 ml is just nice round figure that looks nice and everyone has measuring cup for.
>4 scoops of whey 1 cup which is 124g and roughly 520kcal 96g of prot
my whey's 32g per scoop, 4 scoops is 128g
also it's to get in calories, bruh. its basically a bowl of oatmeal with honey and peanut butter plus some protein, in bar form. it's breakfast for people who don't have time for breakfast, or a bar for skellies who can't get in their kcals (me)
also like i said, it's mostly scoob's recipe, go yell at him mang
ALSO also, you forgot the milk
b r u h
1.) i'm only shooting for like 150g of protein per day, that bar hits 1/3 of that while really helping me out with hitting my kcals, while also being a candy bar for breakfast
2.) i eat real food too, homie. i eat my chicken tiddies. i eat my steamed broccoli. i'm from /ck/ for chrisakes, i cook gr8 stuff, i just have trouble hitting my bulk while letting my wife hit her cut.
about the tablespoon still the whole point is that you might be taking product that tells you to have 1 tbl spoon a day (something like flaxseed oil) and according to product 1 tbl spoon of the product is 8 ml
if you're taking 15 ml of the product using a measuring cup you're taking almost double the recommended dosage already.
few gram/ml variation many food stuffs is insignificant obviously. Especially when speaking of vegetables, a 100 grams of onion has 30 kcal so it really doesn't matter if you're putting 120 grams of onion on your omelet instead of 100 grams.
but when speaking of stuff like salt, supplements and such you wanna know how you actually are measuring things.
also here's one of my "recipies" for blender using food scale. Using scale gives you guideline but for practical reasons you don't have to be spot on
>200 grams of brocolli (measured frozen, thawed in microwave before blending)
>~100 grams of orange (peeled weight)
>100 grams of carrot (peeled weight)
>~100 grams of avokado (unpeeled measurement
>~100 grams of berries (frozen weight, I use blueberries
>3 dl of whole milk
>0,5 dl of whey (I currently use double chocolate flavour)
>0,25 dl of bran oats
just toss all that in a blender and enjoy. I've one of these always after a workout.
only things you need to measure precisely are carrot and brocolli because if there's too much of them their flavour overpowers rest of the stuff in the smoothie.
amount of milk and can adjusted to up the calorie intake obviously, the bran is there for all dat dere beta-glucan and mineral. whey is to be used to up the protein when restricting calories.
My whey comes with a scoop that's 1 portion, on the label it say 1 portion is 28 grams but the scoop gives me 40 grams sometimes
With powder it's also a matter of the air trapped in between the individual powders.
There's gonna be less air when your powdered supplement is full than when it's nearing the end so scoop sizes vary.
For this reason I always use a scale and just scoop my whey out and throw it in a bowl.
I don't know why people do the scoop, spoon stuff either but from watching cooking shows I suspect it's an aussie thing
nah, chefs who aren't monitoring their every input don't care about exact measurements, long as the gist of it is right.
remember that people who cook outside of /fit/ just want good flavors, and gram-precise measurements aren't needed to make soup taste good, y'know?
true but most of these recipes are baking goods.
I can see it not mattering in shakes or simple dishes but on the TV, the aussie chefs, never measure anything and just throw in cups even when baking a cake
that's also common among bakers (my ma is one and hasn't measured anything in like 20 years). you get to know how stuff should FEEL and LOOK and you basically just add stuff until it gets to that degree, unless you're a professional business who has to make the exact same loaf of bread 300 times per day.
I'm with you anon, too many fagots have been tricked by supplement companies into thinking they need a bazillion grams of protein a day when its just not true most guys need between 100 and 200 max. Carbs and fat are the most important macros for size
Frozen banana (slice and peel the banana before putting it in the freezer)
Whey, with your own preference of flavour.
Blend that shit, you got some nice "ice cream".
Add cocoa/water if banana too frozen to get the creamy consistency
WHY would you put whey on cottage cheese, it's pretty much pure protein, and most whey, unless they're concentrates, are only like 70% protein or less.
You just downgraded your cottage cheese son.
I can sit there and eat a whole 3cup tub of cottage cheese in a sitting, so delicious.
Put that shit in my tuna sandwiches instead of mayo, SO GOOD.
Do you honestly think anyone in this thread consumes more than 200g of protein?
Most people here are hitting between 120-150g per day, and I'd bet most people hitting the 150 mark aren't working out enough to get the full benefits.
No one is saying to eat 200g of protein a day.
>non isolate whey
depends on the brand, but most are between 60-80%, and vary poorly regulated by the FDA, so I'd put my money on that they claim 60-80%, but lab tests will most likely show 50-70% for non isolates.
Just made this:
I call it "The Desperate Proton Mix"
1 scoop of whey
can of tuna (55g x 4)
1 tbsp of peanut butter
1 tbsp of sour cream
It kinda tastes like purina but a little less tangy.