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Egg and Meat Muffin Cups, 14 grams protein, 129 calories

If you are having a productive day and want to cook meals for the week, this gluten-free and flourless muffin recipe will be your perfect investment of your time. I love to prepare these in little containers and then eat them throughout the week for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner; whatever catches my fancy.  It tastes like a meat stew in a cup, or maybe even a breakfast corned beef hash in a muffin.  Enjoy it fresh and warm, cold, or room temperature at work.…

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Dreamy Creamy Pancakes, 9.5 grams protein per 4 ounce meal (soft enough for bariatric puree)

There are no words.   I will stop talking now. Ingredients: 1 ripe banana, mashed 2 eggs 1/8 teaspoon baking powder 1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon (optional) 2 ounces Greek yogurt 2 tablespoons lite pancake syrup Directions: chop first four ingredients in food processor poor mixture into a cup Use the cup to pour six equal amounts onto griddle or frying pan (medium setting). Flip pancakes when mixture begins to form tiny bubbles Remove when golden. Drain fat on paper towel Mix pancake syrup with Greek yogurt…

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Cottage Cheddar Scramble, 12.5 grams protein per 4 ounce meal

A high-protein breakfast that can be whipped up in minutes. Directions:  Scramble the egg with the cheeses, and add salt and pepper.  Cook like a regular scrambled egg. Ingredients: Ounces Grams Protein Calories Egg, large 1.75 6 70 Cottage Cheese 1 2.5 20 Shredded Cheese 1 4 40 Totals: 3.75 12.5 130     Related PostsEgg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal10000Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one cube sliced into four slivers) salt & pepper to…

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Apple Cinnamon Fruit Cups

Pair with cottage cheese for a lean pre-op breakfast. Apple Cinnamon Fruit Cup Directions: Buy six large Cortland apples. Peel and core.  Chop in food processor with one teaspoon lemon juice, and one tablespoon cinnamon.  Store in 1/2 cup containers and freeze.  For breakfast, microwave one container for 1 1/2 minutes with the lid slightly open.  The apples will cook in its own juice, and you will have warm cinnamon apples for breakfast, all for just pennies. After your surgery, you can freeze the apple mixture…

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Tuna Omelette, 16.5 grams of protein per 4 oz meal

Before RNY, I prepared portions of tuna blended with pickle juice and greek yogurt.  It totaled to 10g of protein per 2 oz portion.  Here I used one portion of the tuna puree to make a breakfast omelette by mixing it up in a pot with 1 tablespoon of shredded cheese and one ounce eggbeaters. The results: A yummy pureed meal with 16.5 grams of protein! Related PostsEgg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal10000Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one…

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Egg-n-Cheese Omelette, 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal

Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 2 ounce shredded cheese  (8g) ¼ ounce sauteed onions (one cube sliced into four slivers) salt & pepper to taste Yields: One Egg-n-Cheese  Omelette at 14 gram protein per 4 oz breakfast meal. Related PostsTuscan Omelette, 20 grams protein per 4 oz meal95Ingredients: 1 egg (6g) 1 ounce feta cheese (6g) 1 ounce shredded cheese (8g) 1 teaspoon bruschetta from jar ¼ ounce minced onions (1/4 slice from one ounce cubes) salt & pepper to taste Directions:  Spray small frying with oil. On medium…

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