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9/1/11 10:06 P

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I made homemade chicken nuggets last week and they were clean and delicious! I toasted two slices of ezekiel bread, processed them in my chopper and seasoned. I cut my chicken into one inch pieces, put them in an egg white wash and then dredged in bread crumbs. You may have to pack some of the bread crumbs on to get them to stick but they came out nicely toasted and so good.

Height 5'4"

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9/1/11 9:02 P

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Does anyone have a slow cooker chili type recipe that has enough protein and veggies in it to work for lunch? I am looking for a 1 dish way to get that meal in. I am taking up 3 microwaves at work, lol. Much appreciated! emoticon

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9/1/11 8:50 A

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Good Morning Group,
This is a great recipe I found in SELF September Issue.

Blueberry Oatcake
- 4 egg whites
- 1/2 cup rolled oats (i use quick)
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp water
whisk 1 minute, stir in 1/3 cup blueberries and 1 tbs sliced almonds. Heat a medium skillet coated with cooking spray over medium heat: cook batter until eggs are set, usually 3 minutes. Flip oatcake and cook an additional minute. Top with 1/4 cup nonfat plain greek yogurt and 1 tsp maple syrup (if you would like). YUM YUM

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9/1/11 6:46 A

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Hey all!
Last night I decided to make up some more pumpkin protein squares to stock the freezer. No, I'm not really going through them very fast, but I know as things get crazy in Sept, I'll run out of time to bake.
I wanted to make some changes from last time, so here's what I did (roughly) and they turned out GREAT! IT's the same basic recipe....still 350 degrees for 30 mins etc mix dry, mix wet, fold together.


(* this is different from JE)
2 c oat flour
4 scoops whey*
5tbs pumpkin spice*
1/2 tbs cinnamon*
1tsp baking powder
1tsp soada
1/2 tsp salt
sweetener up to 1/2 cup if you want (I didn't)

4 egg whites
1 apple sauce cup* (check that it's clean!)
1/2 mashed/pureed sweet potato*
1 grated zucchini*
1/2-1c grated carrots*
1/2 can pure pumpkin (I used ED Smith...about half the can)


The end result was a thickish muffin like mix. Maybe it would work to add some almond milk to thin this out if you wanted. I just plopped about 1/4 c spoonful into muffin tins.
I got 22 muffins but I wasn't being super careful with consistent sizes. you can easily get 24 from this. I'm not sure exactly what a serving would be. I just eat one.

Perfect for filling the kitchen with fall smells! The consistency is amazing, and it's packed with vitamins, and protein! Add nuts if you're into that :)

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8/30/11 10:19 A

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Yep, I used grated courgette (zucchini) in place of pumpkin for the protein bars (and I've used this method in traditional baking - grated courgette instead of butter) and it worked a treat. My protein bars were lovely and moist (although, they've lost a bit of moisture through freezing, but they are still soft)

For the applesauce, I used a chopped, steamed apple and puréed it with my hand-held blender, and I'll use grated carrots when I come round to baking the carrot protein bars.

However, I suppose the baby food is more practical and time-saving... No chopping, grating, steaming, blending, etc. and the washing up that goes with it.

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Love from Sandra xxx

Something has changed within me, something is not the same
I'm through with playing by the rules of someone else's game
Too late for second-guessing, too late to go back to sleep
It's time to trust my instincts, close my eyes: and leap!

It's time to try defying gravity
I think I'll try defying gravity
And you can't pull me down!


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8/30/11 9:48 A

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baby food.......................why?


the unsweetened Mott's applesauce looks very clean to me and grated carrots, zucchini, sw. potatoes all work well in the recipes. I say why bother with puree?

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STFRENCH's Photo STFRENCH Posts: 740
8/19/11 9:55 A

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Anything with chocolate looks good to me!! emoticon

I've had a look at your blog and it does look delicious indeed - definitely one to try.

Thanks for starting a recipe thread - I love cooking food as much as I love eating it (I'm French, I can't help it, it's in the genes! emoticon ) so I'm looking forward to all of us sharing clean eating recipes

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Love from Sandra xxx

Something has changed within me, something is not the same
I'm through with playing by the rules of someone else's game
Too late for second-guessing, too late to go back to sleep
It's time to trust my instincts, close my eyes: and leap!

It's time to try defying gravity
I think I'll try defying gravity
And you can't pull me down!


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8/19/11 8:22 A

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I was looking at some before/after inspirational pictures on Jamie's Facebook page and came across a picture. I can't post it on the forum, but I will post it in my blog. It's a cored apple sliced thinking width wide and she made a sandwich with the apple as bread and put peanutbutter and chocolate chips in it... it looks REALLY good and would probably be very suitable for a small meal option.

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