HCG Cookbook - Strict Phase II Protocol
21 Recipes Created by ELIZAVET1
I know well the temptation of adding "a bit of this and of that" when cooking for any diet, let alone a one as strict as Dr. Simeon's HCG Diet Protocol. I hope to avoid that pitfall by gathering together in one place very strict P2 recipes. Many thanks to all those who's recipes are included here!
Recipes in this Collection
Being on HCG Protocol is not as bad as some may think, there are several meals that I don't miss or feel that I'm giving up on great taste or satisfaction.
Whether you are on HCG or just 'really' wanting to have a very low caloric meal to make up for a little splurge somewhere in your day, here is approximately a 200 calorie 'meal'.Submitted by BABEEBLOOS
Cookbook creator says: Sounds delicious - can't wait to try it with a side of strawberry and arugula salad! But since I'm going strictly by the book on this cycle, I will divide and pre-weigh the raw chicken breast into 100 gram portions.Submitted by ALEVE77
Cookbook creator says: DO NOT make this recipe as it - but with a few changes, it will be hcg-great. Use Bragg's liquid aminos for soy; sadly, no oil and no corn starch. This will use 1 protein and 1 fruit. Green onions are a vegetable, so I'd go without.Submitted by STORMCHASERNIK
Cookbook creator says: This recipe sounds like it has real potential. However, don't use non-protocol Spenda. Instead, use a flavored liquid Stevia (I use Sweetleaf, but there are other brands available). This will use 1 fruit and the day's total milk allowance.Submitted by MYNX15
Cookbook creator says: Wonderful! The tomato will use 1 vegetable allowance. Make it a French Bouillabaisse with these seasonings: garlic, orange peel, fennel, bay leaf, basil and saffron, and perhaps a pinch of hot pepper flakes or cayenne pepper. Make an hcg-friendly Orange Julius with the remaining orange for dessert.Submitted by DRDHAI
Cookbook creator says: This would be terrific stuffed into cherry tomatoes (with a few changes, it would also make a great non-hcg canape). Play with the seasonings - spicy? French? Italian? - and try it with crab, too.Submitted by DRDHAI
Cookbook creator says: This looks good. However, don't spray your pan with Pam...sorry, but it's not strick P2 :-( But because there is broth in your cooking pan, you don't need the Pam anyway. Braise any extra cabbage you have left of your veg allowance, and follow with a baked apple.Submitted by DRDHAI