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Recipes I've Shared:
Smoothie from Alton Brown's weight loss episode
One serving provides 100% of your Vitamin A and C!
Great pre-workout snack!
The nutrition info says it all!
It looks like a lot of calories, but this could easily be used as a meal replacement with the amount of protein it contains. It is also high in omega 3 fatty acids and the often deficient vitamin D.
Refreshing smoothie high in vitamin A, vitamin C and protein.
Delicious way to get your fruits and veggies!
Packed with protein, vitamins and minerals! It looks like a lot of calories, but you won't be hungry for anything until lunchtime!
You could replace the 8 eggs with 2 cups of egg substitute to reduce the cholesterol and fat in this recipe. Swapping regular cheese for low fat or fat free is also a better option, I just didn't have any on hand this morning!
Worked well for my leftover turkey! I was just experimenting with this, and the first time I made it, I did not add the biscuits and it was more like a stew. I felt like something was missing and added the biscuits and cooked it up again, hence the long cooking time. I'm guessing it would turn out fine if you added the biscuits from the beginning to cut back on the baking time. I personally plan on trying this again in my crock pot../
I adapted this from cooking light. For the sausage, the original recipe called for 6oz of hot turkey Italian sausage. I used a chicken sausage that sounded tasty at whole foods one day. The sausage I listed was the closest thing that I could find in the spark database and since I used a random product I couldn't enter the info in manually. It's up to you what you want to try.
I modified a different sparkpeople recipe I found to try and create a muffin that was high in protein and complex carbs. Perfect for a breakfast on the run!
Found this is Cooking Light. My family loved it so I thought I would share. I changed the recipe slightly. Mainly I am calculating this as 12 servings rather than the 16 that cooking light gave because it is (at least in my experience) more accurate.