Looking for veggie/fruit shake recipes

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  1. Prototype

    Prototype New Member

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    Basically I want ones you've tried that you kno are good. Go!
     
  2. Frank Dux

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    I tried blending a can of salmon and a can of tuna, along with some veggies. Worse tasting thing I've ate in my life. Never again. I gagged 3-4x. Took me half an hour to drink it. Only reason I didn't throw it away was because it'd be lie throwing away 5 dollars.
     
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    :rofl::rofl:

    were you actually thinking to yourself "this might taste good bro"
     
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    tbizzle you smoke that shit?

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    if the whole bodybuilding thing doesn't pan out you might try your hand at the culinary arts.
     
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    I gagged just thinking about it. Any real recipes?... lol
     
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    At this point, I was so tired of eating tuna and salmon, I was hoping it'd go down easier. Wrong.
     
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    :rofl::rofl:
     
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    i meant to make your arms and chest bigger but mspaint is clearly not my strong suit :o
     
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    :rofl: Fish smoothie :eek4:
     
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    1 scoop vanilla protein powder
    1 apple, skinned/chopped up
    ff cottage cheese
    .5 cups oats
    ice cubes
    cinnamon to taste
     
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    Just ordered the Jack Lalanne Power Juicer Pro. Gonna be juicing up tons of vegetables and such. It also comes with a few books of good recipes so I'll be sure to pass any on that work well.
     
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    Meal Replacement Shakes
    (note: all shakes can be made with either 2 scoops protein powder, or 1 scoop and 1 cup egg whites) and i didn't list water as an ingredient, but obviously you'd need some water with these.

    Thanksgiving Shake

    1 scoop protein powder--cup cake batter or cinnabun
    1 cup egg whites
    1 cup canned pumpkin
    1 banana
    1 cup baby carrots
    1 cup ice
    Cinnamon; Nutmeg; Ginger; All spice (to taste).

    Protein Fruit Smoothie
    2 scoops cup cake batter
    approximately 200 calories of fruit

    #1: all blue berries (2.5 cups). :big grin: is delicious
    #2: 1 cup blueberries, 1 serving strawberries, 2 servings cranberries, 1 packet splenda to offset the bitterness of the cranberries

    and on and on with bananas, strawberries, blueberries, and to a lesser extent, cranberries and/or rasperries.

    Iced Coffee Breakfast
    1 pot of coffee (or however much coffee you plan on drinking in the morning)
    2 scoops chocolate protein powder
    1-2 servings oatmeal
    1 banana
    dash of cinnamon
    2 packets of splenda
    Blend each cup individually with ice as you drink it.

    Green Smoothie:---full of fiber, you'll be dropping a couple loads the next day
    2 scoops protein powder
    100 cals worth of baby spinach (a lot of fucking spinach)
    2 kiwi fruit
    1-2 servings green beans
    a drop of pure mint extract.
    1 cup ice
    splenda to taste.

    note: the baby spinach and the frozen green beans add virtually no taste to the smoothie.

    To turn it into a breakfast veggie smoothie, use cold green tea instead of water as your base for the shake for a caffeine boost.


    The old standby:
    2 scoops whey
    1 banana
    2 tbsp peanut butter.


    Other ingrediants:
    Honey
    Oats
    Almond Butter
    any fruit or veggie not listed
    milks
    nestle chocolate powder
    sugar free syrups
    gatorade powder
    fruit juices
    plain yogurt---sleeper pick. works really well if you like thick shakes

    :big grin: salmon and tuna :big grin:

    Just make sure the calories and composite of your shake fit into you diet. don't have a heavy fruit shake with 3 scoops of oatmeal and 2 tbsp of honey right before bed if you are on a low calorie low carbohydrate diet.
     
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    chocolate whey
    frozen blue berries
    PB
    oats
    vanilla yogurt
    ice
     
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    Q: How should I go about doing this (yes I'm new)?... Should I replace a meal with it? Or two meals? Fuck it, all 3? I only tried the shakes before and they were pretty good, and since I need to eat/drink healthier I thought it would be perfect. Especially when I start running again.
     
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