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Carrot Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Frosting, 18 grams protein, 284 calories

You haven’t died and gone to heaven yet. Therefore, I unleash these protein powder miracles unto you.  Prepare for a business class seat on the first flight to heaven, no belt extender!! I have recently discovered the Folgers Flavors Coffee Enhancer Vanilla Squirt Bottle, and it has the most amazing vanilla flavor with zero calories.  I have also tried several unflavored brands of protein powder for incorporating into recipes, and only the Unjury brand stands apart from the rest. It has 21 grams protein, and absolutely…

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Three-Cheese Avocado Bites, 11 grams protein, 265 calories

Your home will smell like breakfast when these are baking in the oven.   The finest of omelettes packed into a muffin cup for quick meal prep. Keep refrigerated, and reheat as needed. Two muffins is a single meal serving, since they weigh about 2 ounces each. This recipe will prepare you for six meals. The avocado and olive oil will give you the essential fatty acids that you will need for breaking down the protein. Ingredients: 4 eggs 1 ripe Fresh California Avocado, seeded, peeled and diced…

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Roast Beef Hash Cups with Protein, and Necessary Carbs and Fats

The rutabaga is the secret in this recipe. It will lend a starchy and earthy taste which will work like a potato but deliver healthy and necessary carbohydrates instead.  The apple and orange will add a zesty flavor to balance the spices, creating a very savory hash bite.  These taste amazing when warm, or room temperature after defrosting from the freezer in time for your lunch break. Post-op patients must remember to add necessary carbs and fats on top of their protein, in order to…

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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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