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MattHughesRocks
09-04-2009, 06:31 AM
Ok everyone! Start posting your recipes! :biggrin-1:

Boomer
09-04-2009, 06:59 AM
Go to the store and get a roll of cookie dough.

Drive home and cut open the package ....

take some of the dough and make a golf ball size sphere .. ( like them big)

For every one ball, eat a table spoon of dough.

Place the balls on the cookie sheet. make sure the balls to not touch. GOD HELP YOU IF YOUR BALLS TOUCH!!!!!!

Next place the oven on 350 and let it warm up for about 15mins.

place the cookie sheet in the oven for 10 to 12 mins.

take out and let them cool off for about 5 mins

eat them ...

Llamafighter
09-04-2009, 06:00 PM
Go to the store and get a roll of cookie dough.

Drive home and cut open the package ....

take some of the dough and make a golf ball size sphere .. ( like them big)

For every one ball, eat a table spoon of dough.

Place the balls on the cookie sheet. make sure the balls to not touch. GOD HELP YOU IF YOUR BALLS TOUCH!!!!!!

Next place the oven on 350 and let it warm up for about 15mins.

place the cookie sheet in the oven for 10 to 12 mins.

take out and let them cool off for about 5 mins

eat them ...
:w00t: You should open a restaurant, Boomer!

Primadawn
09-04-2009, 07:25 PM
( like them big)



Quoted for posterity. And truth..of course.

Boomer
09-04-2009, 08:33 PM
Quoted for posterity. And truth..of course.

Why is it I always feel dirty after you quote me. :blink:

:laugh:

Primadawn
09-05-2009, 01:39 AM
Why is it I always feel dirty after you quote me. :blink:

:laugh:

Baby, you keep opening the door...all I'm doing is walking through it...:laugh:

MattHughesRocks
09-05-2009, 04:45 AM
I'm cryin' here :happy0198:

Go to the store and get a roll of cookie dough.

Drive home and cut open the package ....

take some of the dough and make a golf ball size sphere .. ( like them big)

For every one ball, eat a table spoon of dough.

Place the balls on the cookie sheet. make sure the balls to not touch. GOD HELP YOU IF YOUR BALLS TOUCH!!!!!!

Next place the oven on 350 and let it warm up for about 15mins.

place the cookie sheet in the oven for 10 to 12 mins.

take out and let them cool off for about 5 mins

eat them ...

MattHughesRocks
09-05-2009, 04:49 AM
Ok! Nuff trashing up my thread :angry: Now where is Jeff Crow? I want his recipe :Whistle:

( Boomer, no wonder your like ":biggrin-1: yeah :biggrin-1: start a recipe thread :biggrin-1: "

:mischievous: )

TexasRN
09-20-2009, 06:26 PM
Pumpkin Dump Cake


1 can (30 oz) pumpkin
1 can (12 oz) evaporated milk
1 1/2 cup sugar
4 eggs
1/2 tsp salt
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp cloves
1/4 tsp ginger
box yellow cake mix
2 sticks butter
1 cup pecan pieces
cool whip
Beat together pumpkin pie filling, milk, sugar, and eggs. Mix well. Pour into 13X9X2 inch pan (normal size cake pan, Michelle). Sprinkle dry yellow cake mix evenly over top of pumpkin mixture. Melt 2 sticks butter and drizzle evenly over all. Sprinkle on nuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Cool. Top with cool whip.

If you want to make it easier and a tad cheaper if you don't have the spices already in your pantry, use pumpkin pie filling in the can instead of plain pumpkin and omit the spices since they are already in there.


~Amy

Kyle Lewsader
09-28-2009, 09:28 PM
DIET RECIPE


Ok so you go to store and buy a box of tristcuts.

FOR EVERY MEAL ( Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) you should have one tristcuit.

Make sure you have 1 glass of water with that.

Afterwards you might feel full so take a tooth brush and poke your uvula throw up.

lol jk i ope no one really does this
:laugh:

rockdawg21
09-28-2009, 11:54 PM
Turkey Chili

COOKING & PREP TIME


Prep Time: 2 minutes (opening cans of chili beans & tube of ground turkey breast)
Cook Time: 10-15
Cool Time: 5 minutes
Ready in: 17-22 minutes


INGREDIENTS


3 - 16 oz. cans of Bush's Chili Beans (medium or hot)
20 oz. 97% fat free ground turkey breast
(optional ingredients)
1-2 tbsp. sesame chili oil (or other oil if you would like to add healthy fat to the meal)
Diced onions or onion powder
Tomatoes
Chili powder
Black pepper
Seasoned salt (for the meat)


DIRECTIONS


In a medium/large saucepan, heat 3 16oz. cans of Bush's Chili Beans over medium heat
Upon boiling, reduce heat to simmer and cover saucepan, stirring every 2-3 minutes.
Brown meat in skillet and add optional ingredients for flavor.
After meat is cooked to your desire, add it to the beans and stir.
Allow to sit for 5 minutes and serve.


TOTAL YIELD


Total Calories: 1750 calories
Total Protein: 188.5g
Total Carbs: 231g
Total Fat: 28g
Total Fiber: 76.5g


SPECIAL/OPTIONAL INSTRUCTIONS


Adjust amount of meat accordingly to fit your protein need.
Adjust amount of oil accordingly to fit your fat need. (I don't have any with this meal, but some sesame chili oil would probably be a nice add to make it even spicer).
Separate serving portions accordingly to fit your diet.
This food stores easily in plastic containers and doesn't dry when reheated in the microwave.
Enjoy!


I split this up into groups of 4. The yield for that is:


Calories: 437.5 calories
Protein: 47.13g
Carbs: 57.75g
Fat: 7g
Fiber: 19.125g

rockdawg21
09-29-2009, 12:00 AM
SPICY red beans & rice with extra lean beef

COOKING & PREP TIME


Prep Time: 5-10 minutes (including time required to boil water, will vary)
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Cool Time: 5 minutes (for thickening)
Ready in: 30-35 minutes


INGREDIENTS


6 oz. box Louisana Purchase Red Beans & Rice (or Zatarain's or your other favorite red beans & rice brand)
1/2 pound extra lean diced beef steak (I use extra lean diced stewing meat, but you could also use a diced chicken breast, extra lean ground beef, diced extra lean eye of round steak, etc.)
2 tbsp. sesame chili oil (or other oil and use cayenne red peppers or powder for the HOT flavor)
(optional ingredients to cook with the beef)
Garlic salt or powder
Onion powder or diced onions
Black pepper


DIRECTIONS


In a medium saucepan, heat water and 2 tbsp. of sesame chili oil to a boil. (if using a different oil and separate peppers, add the peppers later)
Upon boiling, add contents of box and stir (if using a different oil and separate peppers, add the peppers now).
Reduce heat to simmer and cover saucepan, stirring every 5 minutes.
Brown meat in skillet and add optional ingredients for flavor.
After 20 minutes, the red beans & rice mixture should begin thickening.
After desired thickness is reached, add browned meat to mixture and stir.
Allow to sit for 5 minutes and serve.


TOTAL YIELD


Total Calories: 1470
Total Protein: 84g
Total Carbs: 120g
Total Fat: 45g
Total Fiber: 24g


SPECIAL/OPTIONAL INSTRUCTIONS


The box says to boil margarine or butter with the water, but I use sesame chili oil for health reasons and the extra spice.
Adjust amount of meat accordingly to fit your protein need.
Adjust amount of oil accordingly to fit your fat need (box recommends 2 tbsp. of margarine though so I don't recommend changing that serving amount).
Separate serving portions accordingly to fit your diet.
Sometimes, I will add several boxes together and cook a couple pounds of beef at a time. This food stores easily in plastic containers and doesn't dry when reheated in the microwave.
Enjoy!


I split this up into groups of 3. The yield for that is:

Calories: 490 calories
Protein: 28g
Carbs: 40g
Fat: 15g
Fiber: 8g

TexasRN
09-29-2009, 02:33 AM
I make a similar chili using tomato paste instead of tomatoes to make it very, very thick. I also add quite a bit of spice. If you use tomato paste, add a teaspoon of sugar to cut the acid.

I have been craving chili today since the weather is turning cool here. I make it in the morning and stick it in the crock pot to simmer all day. Then when I get home I make a batch of jalapeno and cheese cornbread and chow down! Now I'm hungry....


~Amy

MattHughesRocks
09-29-2009, 02:38 AM
Thanks for posting the recipes! I'm STILL waiting for Jeff's pot roast though...oh the hell with this thread :sad:

TexasRN
09-29-2009, 02:41 AM
Thanks for posting the recipes! I'm STILL waiting for Jeff's pot roast though...oh the hell with this thread :sad:


:laugh: I need that recipe too.


~Amy

que
09-29-2009, 02:46 AM
2 shots of tuaca
1 glass guinness
1 double meat whataburger with everything on it and large fries plus large water at 1am

total calories: don't know
total carbs: no idea
total trans fat: don't care
fiber: not sure

MattHughesRocks
09-29-2009, 02:57 AM
:laugh:

:laugh: I need that recipe too.


~Amy

rockdawg21
09-29-2009, 04:42 AM
2 shots of tuaca
1 glass guinness
1 double meat whataburger with everything on it and large fries plus large water at 1am

total calories: don't know
total carbs: no idea
total trans fat: don't care
fiber: not sure
Risk of heart attack: 90%
Chance of taste buds giddy with approval: 100%
:laugh:

Quell
09-29-2009, 06:39 AM
1 bag of baby carrots
1 bag of broccoli and cauliflower
1/2 head of cabbage
2 packages of smoked sausage
2 packages of ham steak
1 bag of red potatoes
1 package of portabella mushrooms
1 onion
1 green pepper
and corn on the cob if you like

Cut everything into bite size pieces (except for corn) and put into a big foil pan. (maybe 2 pans) Put on 4 or 5 or 6 big scoops of butter and cover with foil for about an hour or so on the grill. If you can stick a fork in the potato and it falls off, then its done.

mmm good stuff

Boomer
09-29-2009, 12:26 PM
That sounds awesome Quell .. Im going to give that one a try.

Ill give the Turkey Chilly a go too!

cubsfan47
09-29-2009, 01:19 PM
Yeah that Chili looks good. With a little Tabasco, yum.:)

TexasRN
10-01-2009, 11:13 PM
Leftover Soup

1 lg bottle of spicy V8 juice
whatever leftovers ya got in the freezer

Tonight I made soup form leftover taco meat, field beans with green beans, 5 bean salad, leftover baggies of veggies I had frozen (corn, peas, green beans, broccoli and carrots)

Put leftovers into soup pot. Pour enough V8 juice to cover or make as thick as you like. Season with any salt, pepper, chili powder, etc you like. Simmer for 2 hours to let flavors blend.

I have made this with stew meat, ground turkey, chili, sausage, just veggies and beans, any and all veggies. This is a very helpful recipe for those of us who tend to cook more than we eat and hate wasting it.

Edited to add a picture of my soup tonight:

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e219/TexasRN/001-3.jpg


~Amy

Llamafighter
10-02-2009, 01:07 PM
That's a great idea!!