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#41 NothingGoldCanStay

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Posted 16 May 2019 - 10:42 AM

Mushrooms are your best friend

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Posted 22 May 2019 - 11:58 AM

Like others have posted, stir fried vegetables are a good low-calorie idea.

You can also change it up with what kind of food you eat.

For instance, mexican:

60    - 1/4c veg refried beans 

4     - 1/2c lettuce 

16   - 2 tbsp pico de gallo (or salsa) 

120 - 1/2c white rice 

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200

 

 

Italian:

19 - 1c zucchini noodles (or just regular zucchini)

15 - 1c mushrooms (measured raw)

92 - 1/2c marinara sauce (many are lower cal)

5   - 1 tsp garlic salt

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131 + cheese will bring about 200

 

 

Asian:

18.5 - 1/2 red bell pepper

7.5 - 1/2c raw mushrooms

22.5 - 1/2c shredded carrot

120 - 1tbsp canola oil

10 - 1 tbsp soy sauce

20 - shirataki noodles

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198.5     

(rinse the shirataki noodles like no tomorrow, cook them in boiling water a few minutes then transfer to a pan, throw in all other ingredients and stir fry until vegetables are cooked and noodles are colored by soy sauce) you can use less oil and add more veggies. 

 

 

Breakfast foods:

120 - 2 slices daves thin sliced whole grain bread OR 1 small bagel

50   - 1/2 tbsp margarine 

17  - 1/4c slices strawberries OR 1/2 kiwi (20)

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187

 

 

56   - 1c puffed rice cereal 

130 - 1c vanilla oat milk

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186 (sometimes I add jam to my cereal, for a low calorie flavor boost)


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Posted 27 May 2019 - 10:24 AM

I just started today, and I am spreading my calories throughout the day, but my dinner will be vegetable broth and sugar free jello, which comes out to like 15-20kcal I believe? anywho yeah, unless you are accustomed to OMAD I suggest you spread your consumption throughout the day so as to not feel to famished and end up overeating towards the end of the day



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Posted 10 June 2019 - 12:09 AM

1 large baked sweet potato (162) with a tsp of cinnamon (6)+ salt/pepper to taste -168 calories and super filling!
1/2 cup tofu cubes (75), 1 tsp soy sauce (5), and a cup of mixed vegetables (30-80) - ~110 - 160 calories
Salad with 3 cups lettuce (30), 1/2 cup cucumber (16), a cheese stick, chopped (50-90), 3-5 small tomatoes (~7), and 1 tbsp balsamic vinegar (15) -118 - 158 calories
1 cup vegetable broth (10-15), 1/2 packet Lotus Foods Rice Ramen (130) - 140-145
1 cup cooked quinoa (160), 1 cup mixed vegetables (30-80), and 1 Tbsp spice/seasoning of your choice (0-30) - 190-270 (not quite under 200 for the highest possible option, but nutritious and really satisfying)
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Posted 07 July 2019 - 06:13 AM

Zoodles with tomato sauce

Tofu and mushrooms

Veggie broth with carrots and peas (optional: potato)



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Posted 23 August 2019 - 01:22 PM

I always have a base of lettuce leaves cause its so low cal then have things like cucumber and beetroot. Egg whites are really low cal too and I've recently started having crab sticks if you chop one or two up it seems like theres more and is only like 35 cals x


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Posted 07 September 2019 - 12:00 PM

Not sure what to call it but it’s yummy :))

1/2 tb of cinnamon- 10 calories
1 apple- 100 calories
2 stevia packets- 0 calories
1 1/2 tb of water


Cut the apple into slices and put it in a mug. Take all ur other ingredients and mix it in the mug too. Put it in the microwave for 1:30

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Posted 19 September 2019 - 07:48 AM

Banana pancakes <3

 

So I use 3 egg whites and a mashup up banana and just mix that or put it in a blender! add some stevia and cinnamon and thats about it!

I use about 100 grams of banana so the calories are about 130-140 calories and you get a bunch of small pancakes out of them! 

I usually top it with some frozen raspberries and put those in my cooking pan until its like a jam <3


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#49 whats_the_skinny_on_ben

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Posted 08 October 2019 - 12:01 AM

Lots of veggie burgers range from 100-150 calories each! I grill up one of these (usually MorningStar as they're super easy to find everywhere) and some onions with 0 calorie cooking spray, add a little letuce and tomato, some hot sauce, and eat without a bun-ends up at around 150 or so calories.

 

Instant oatmeal is often under 200 calories and super filling. I know it's not a traditional dinner, but hey, whatever works.


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#50 Kawaii-ain't-easy

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Posted 10 October 2019 - 07:27 AM

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Posted 12 October 2019 - 01:36 PM

Honestly I just eat a fuck ton of veggies as a meal or a low Cal soup

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Posted 22 October 2019 - 01:42 PM

1/2 cup broccoli cut up onto tiny chunks boiled until mush – cals: 43

2 tbsp of vegetable better than bullion: 20

Toss cooled broccoli in a blender with some of the cooled broth.

If you eat cream or cheese you can make it into broccoli and cheese soup.

Add two tsps of cream: 30

add in half of a 1/4 cup of shredded cheddar cheese (about 3 tsps): 55 kal whisk like crazy in the pot until smooth. This works best with lots of cream, I wonder if coconut milk would work and taste good? If anyone has a lower fat lower kal option let me know.

After place all into a pot and add 1 to 2 cups of water and heat.

Does vegan cheese melt nice? Can try using that too.

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Posted 22 October 2019 - 01:56 PM

cup or half cup sweet potato a bit of broccoli or a vege

2 cups of broccoli half cup rice

steamed carrots and broccoli and cauliflower salad

ive tried these theyre pretty good! i love sweet potato and steamed veges its my go to safe dinner

1 cup of plain rice?

250 ml unsweetened almond milk + sugar free flavouring (usually low in cal) strawberry and basil salad you can add a bit of blueberries too!

unhealthy stuff kind of not sure

pepsi max 250 ml, small tin of rice pudding, cup of blueberries

almond milk or trim milk over blueberries

monster ultra, lite low fat yoghurt, stevia or honey in the yoghurt

caffeine actually doesn't do much for me it's hit or miss sometimes i will get sleepy it's strange

 

hope this helped

i'm picky so there's not much variety


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#54 iwanttobeskinnynowpls

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Posted 29 October 2019 - 05:06 PM

veggie stir fry! (about 100)

you can add riced cauliflower too if you want, but I usually do just a shit ton of veggies with some soy sauce and seasonings. 

 

Breakfast Pita (about 150)

1 egg (80) + a Josephs Pita (60) + spinach/tomato (30) + hot sauce 

 

Fajita Veggies

some bell pepper (30) + some Onion (30) + cumin/chili powder/oregeno (5?) I usually eat these over lettuce and add taco sauce as a "dressing" (30). You can add black beans to this too for protein! 

 

Vegan chicken nuggets (200) + Mustard

 

Veggie Burger

patty (90) + pickle (5) + mustard (0) add an egg on top if you have the cals left for extra protein (80) 

 

Carrot fries 

2 carrots, baked on a sheet pan at 400 until they look like sweet potato fries about 15 minutes (70) add ketchup 


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Posted 01 November 2019 - 02:05 AM

200gr Low Fat Cottage Cheese (135kcal)

100gr cucumber (14kcal)

2 rice cakes (55kcal)

 

Total: 204kcal.

 

Healthy, filling, and without sugar! ♥



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Posted 01 December 2019 - 09:08 AM

Soup, vegetables, fruit, low-cal yoghurt, low-cal cheese, lowcal crab sticks, surimi, chicken breast....

 

E.g. a stir fry with chicken breast, red pepper, zucchini, and soy sauce could easily stay at around 200 (in the right portions ofc)


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Posted 04 December 2019 - 07:54 AM

veggie stir fry!!!!!! also u could put a cup of rice (103) and 100 cals worth of veggies and it will still be a reasonable portion

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Posted 13 December 2019 - 07:01 PM

take 4 slices of honey deli ham by Hormel - Natural Choice (only 70 calories total!) then wrap it in lots of crunchy lettuce for a delicious deli lettuce wrap dinner, the ham plus the lettuce is like 80 calories alone so you have plenty of room to play around with sauces and what not without going over 200 cals


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Posted 02 January 2020 - 06:30 PM

I'm tryna do similar to 2468 diet as well, kinda just came up with a few stuff. 

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it might give you some ideas?

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Posted 07 January 2020 - 04:58 AM

Cool. Will definitely look at this page again for some ideas.



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