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hrdgain81 04-04-2005 05:37 AM

CKD recipes
 
Since we have quite a few people doing CKD's on this forum, I say lets get some high protien, high/mod fat, low carb recipes for us.

I would put them in 4 categories:

Breakfast
Snacks
Lunch
Dinner

I'll start it off with one of my favorites, its simple, quick dinner that I hit up every now and again.

Taco Salad ala hardgain:

1lb lean ground beef / or two lean chicken breats (cut small into cubes)

brown the meat or chicken in olive oil seasoned with salt, pepper, chilli powder.

drain off extra oils, fats, ect.

lay over a bed of fresh lettuce (romain, iceberg, spinach greens)

lay thinly sliced cheddar over the salad and microwave untill melted.
(believe it or not, the lettuce will still stay realatively crispy).

you can adjust the meat and cheese to your desired micronutrient counts.

Dr X 04-04-2005 07:06 PM

Breakfast 4 eggs (whole) and cheese
as a matter of fact I like tuna and cheese
chicken and cheese
hamburger and cheese
did I mention cheese

Dave876 04-04-2005 07:08 PM

I'll share my CKD freindlt peanut butter cookie recipe again(off the top of my head).

1 lb(reg size jar) of chunky natural PB
1 large egg
1/2c splenda(I buy the bulk bag)
1 teaspoon of vanilla
blend
preheat over 350 degrees

Roll the mixture into 1"balls then with a wet fork make a criss cross pattern on the cookies then bake for ~12 mins.

They tastse awesome! beware they do crumble some what,but who cares?!? Enjoy!


Another one of my favorites is a burger salad I mix 93%lean+96%lean ground beef add salt,peper,garlic powder,and an egg to make my burgers..Then cook,and chop it up onto a greens salad and use spicy mustard as my dressing...YUM!

hrdgain81 04-05-2005 05:11 AM

My favorite tuna salad is

two cans of white albacore tuna
two tables spoons of mayo
a half spoon of non sweetened pickle relish
one table spoon of spicy mustard

add some cheddar cheese cubes on the side, or possibly some celery sticks and cream cheese and your set for lunch.

Darkhorse 04-05-2005 01:55 PM

My tuna salad is the same, with the exception being a can of corn mixed in there.

Dave876 04-05-2005 02:26 PM

Corn is too high GI for a CKD.

hrdgain81 04-05-2005 05:30 PM

Its also pretty tasty to melt some cheddar over top of tuna salad ... and also condusive the ckd.

ok for breakfast I usually eat 4 eggs scrambled with some cheddar mixed in to the eggs. topped with some texas petes hot sauce, good god is that stuff good.

I'm also a big fan of ham steak, or flank steak at breakfast, but I cant always afford to do that.

Dave876 04-05-2005 05:43 PM

Yes scrambled eggs,cheese,and Red Hot are mainstays of CKDing for me as well..

hrdgain81 04-07-2005 10:12 AM

simple and easy snack.

clean up some celery sticks (which i normally hate)
dip into philly cream cheese (which is one of gods greatest gifts)

Just dont go too crazy, the cream cheese has 2g of carbs per ... i dont know the measurement. but it is very low.

DavzJenn 04-09-2005 01:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dave876
I'll share my CKD freindlt peanut butter cookie recipe again(off the top of my head).

1 lb(reg size jar) of chunky natural PB
1 large egg
1/2c splenda(I buy the bulk bag)
1 teaspoon of vanilla
blend
preheat over 350 degrees

Roll the mixture into 1"balls then with a wet fork make a criss cross pattern on the cookies then bake for ~12 mins.

They tastse awesome! beware they do crumble some what,but who cares?!? Enjoy!


Another one of my favorites is a burger salad I mix 93%lean+96%lean ground beef add salt,peper,garlic powder,and an egg to make my burgers..Then cook,and chop it up onto a greens salad and use spicy mustard as my dressing...YUM!


BUMP I love these things and tell him to make them all the time!


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