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-JM-
02-03-2011, 07:14 AM
There used to be a thread called ''Hawt Food Pr0n'' and it basically consisted of pictures of awesome food that members had prepared. I thought it might be fun to start one up in a similar fashion.

Everyone has cheat meals and blow outs now and again (some more than others :) so post up the pics and the recipe if you can! Sometimes the sheer quantity of meal can be as impressive as the quality.

I will kick start with something I made a while ago....

The ''hot dog pizza''. No idea about macros.
http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=29486&d=1278450166

Behemoth
02-03-2011, 08:18 AM
Here's a couple from my journal

100% made from scratch. Made the dough from 100% whole wheat flour. Let it rise, stretched it out. Spead a light layer of olive oil, garlic, oregano and parmesean. Then fresh tomatos and dusting of lowfat mozerella, bake for 5 minutes at 425, resprinkle it with LF mozerella and bake another 10-15 minutes. Well worth it! I made another one the other day with soy pepperoni, 95% lean ham and LF cheese. Equally as tastey.

http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/pizza.jpg

Behemoth
02-03-2011, 08:19 AM
280g WW flour + 1tbsp oilve oil, yeast, salt, 3 tbsp splenda. Let rise 2 hours
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/chickenpizza3.jpg

24.5oz boiled and shredded chicken
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/chickenpizza1.jpg

394 grams of kraft light BBQ added to it
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/chickenpizza2.jpg

Stretch the dough
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/chickenpizza4.jpg

Topped with chicken mix + 139g sargento reduced fat 2% mozzerella and baked @ 425 19 minutes
http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/chickenpizza5.jpg

(+ factored in a generous .5 tbsp olive oil for the quick spray on the pan)


The Macros! Unfortunately after I topped the pizza with the chicken and bbq I realized I made too much. I didn't have the whole batch in the bowl weighed and it seemed like too much work to pull it all off the pizza and then top it again calculating how much I used. And yes, I know I could weigh the bowl I used empty, weigh my remainder, add my 24.5oz chicken + 394grams bbq and subtract the remaining chicken/bbq from that total. But that's not happening right now. I used pretty much exactly 2/3 what I mixed up so these are the macros going off of that! And not too shabby if you ask me!

Total - 64.19f/240.3c/211.95p
I cut it into 1/8ths so
8f/30c/26.5p per slice

AMAZING. But needed just a touch more bbq next time but otherwise awesome!

Behemoth
02-03-2011, 08:21 AM
'Mac snack wraps ain't got **** on these...

Mix 2.5oz boiled and shredded chicken breast with mcCormick chicken taco seasoning to taste. Throw into a WW tortilla, melt a slice a kraft fat free american on it. Dribble on 8g of kraft reduced fat ranch and you get a damn tastey snack with killer macros!

232.5 cal, 6.5f/ 22c (12g fiber), 33g protein.

http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/2010-08-15164735.jpg

cutter
02-03-2011, 08:36 AM
Awe geez.... my lunch looks really crappy now. Thanks a lot.

bradley
02-04-2011, 01:21 AM
Those are some good looking recipes Rory,so if you have anymore throw them up for us. Thanks in advance!

jtteg_x
02-04-2011, 01:58 AM
http://i52.tinypic.com/2q8yq3a.jpg
just some Costco patties, bacon and buns:burger:

-JM-
02-06-2011, 09:02 AM
Nice burger jtteg!

Behemoth - Some awesome looking grub. Also healthy. That is where I fall down, lol.

wmt074
02-06-2011, 03:59 PM
Nice suggestion! This is very similiar to how I make fajitas. I tried taco seasoned chicken with lowfat ranch dressing. I subbed a slice on mozarella for american because I didn't have american cheese on hand. Really good!


'Mac snack wraps ain't got **** on these...

Mix 2.5oz boiled and shredded chicken breast with mcCormick chicken taco seasoning to taste. Throw into a WW tortilla, melt a slice a kraft fat free american on it. Dribble on 8g of kraft reduced fat ranch and you get a damn tastey snack with killer macros!

232.5 cal, 6.5f/ 22c (12g fiber), 33g protein.

http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/2010-08-15164735.jpg

Codeguru
02-06-2011, 04:22 PM
I doubt it can compete health wise but I've recently been making those chex mix things called "muddy buddies". I melt a few spoon fulls of JIF in a container, put in some imitation vanilla, and then get some random chocolate I can find to mix in the deal. Not syrup but melted solid chocolate that I mix in. Then just pour the in chex and get it all over and hopefully keep them from clumping up. Then put confectioner's sugar in the container, put the lid on, and shake it up for a while. I think it might work better if you use some kind of "Pam" like substance to grease the inside of the container so it doesn't stick to the sides, but really I don't care, I'm lazy and it tastes as good scraped off the side of the container. It tastes a lot better than just the plain peanut butter ones, but I have a feeling if you get some hot fudge instead of the other chocolate it will taste amazing...

Codeguru

GreggNJ
02-07-2011, 07:41 PM
'Mac snack wraps ain't got **** on these...

Mix 2.5oz boiled and shredded chicken breast with mcCormick chicken taco seasoning to taste. Throw into a WW tortilla, melt a slice a kraft fat free american on it. Dribble on 8g of kraft reduced fat ranch and you get a damn tastey snack with killer macros!

232.5 cal, 6.5f/ 22c (12g fiber), 33g protein.

http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l123/rypkr_99/2010-08-15164735.jpg

This looked so good I made some for dinner tonite....it was delicious! I didn't have ranch so I used fat free bleu cheese..... the best part is I made enough chicken for lunch too.

I'm going to have to tweak my diet to get where I want....this forum is going to be so helpful! That pizza looks good too!!

GreggNJ
02-07-2011, 07:42 PM
I doubt it can compete health wise but I've recently been making those chex mix things called "muddy buddies". I melt a few spoon fulls of JIF in a container, put in some imitation vanilla, and then get some random chocolate I can find to mix in the deal. Not syrup but melted solid chocolate that I mix in. Then just pour the in chex and get it all over and hopefully keep them from clumping up. Then put confectioner's sugar in the container, put the lid on, and shake it up for a while. I think it might work better if you use some kind of "Pam" like substance to grease the inside of the container so it doesn't stick to the sides, but really I don't care, I'm lazy and it tastes as good scraped off the side of the container. It tastes a lot better than just the plain peanut butter ones, but I have a feeling if you get some hot fudge instead of the other chocolate it will taste amazing...

Codeguru

There is no way these things are good for you - they taste too damn good!!

-JM-
02-08-2011, 10:56 AM
Ribs done in slow cooker,

....over about 6 hours after 1 hour in the oven.

http://www.wannabebig.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=29925&stc=1&d=1297187379