As with all bodybuilders, the members of Truly Huge Bodybuilding cannot rely
on frozen TV dinners and takeout for their meals. We are currently compiling a
list of recipes created by or modified by THBB members that can be included as
part of a healthy bodybuilding diet. Check back often, as our list will continue
Sautéed Spinach with Balsamic Vinegar
Add two turns of the pan worth of good olive oil to a pan and heat on medium
until oil is hot enough to sizzle a sprinkling of water. Slice half of a white
sweet onion into strips or rings. Sauté until it just begins to brown. Add
three cloves worth of minced garlic and sauté for another two or three minutes.
Add three or four splashes of balsamic vinegar to pan. Add half of a bag of baby
spinach leaves, coarsely chopped, and cook until spinach has wilted. Keep
cooking until the moisture in the pan has disappeared. Splash in two or three
more splashes of balsamic vinegar, to taste, stir, and remove from heat. Serve
with couscous or lightly dressed pasta. Goes good with chicken.
High Protein Strawberry Smoothie
1 scoop of promax strawberry
10 fresh strawberries
1/2 pot organic strawberry yoghurt (big tubs)
6 Ice cubes
Put everything in a blender, enjoy!
Protein Fruit Smoothie
1.5 cups.low carb milk (2%)
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1cup.frozen strawberries and peaches
sugar free banana pudding powder
4-5 ice cubes.
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