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Nice Cream! Banana Ice Cream

You scream, I scream, We all scream, for ICE CREAM!

I love ice cream just as much as the next guy. Heck, I live in the Dairy state(Wisconsin) so I have dairy in my blood. Ice cream is practically my blood type at this point in my life. Now, the issue with this is that I count macros(Flexible Dieting intro here), and I typically run pretty low fat (55-65G) a day so that unfortunately doesn’t leave to much room for a big bowl of full fat ice cream.  Now if this sounds like a similar situation you find yourself in, keep reading….. I got a solution for you.

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What I have for you is a easy, delicious, and low fat ice cream option! You can make this gluten free, organic, all natural, dairy free, and all those other no no’s people cant have. 

Macros: Makes 1-2 servings(picture for reference)

  • Calories – 333 
  • Fat – 2.5g
  • Carbs – 67.8g
  • Protein – 17.1g

Ingredients: 

  • 270g Frozen Ripe Banana(You can freeze at any point depending on taste preference) 
  • .5-1 scoop Muscletech Vanilla Ice Cream Whey 
  • 2.0 oz Milk of choice 
  • Optional ingredients – Flavor Drops, Syrups, Fruit, Chocolate, Peanut butter, and anything else you would flavor ice cream with! 

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Instructions:

  1. Freeze your banana(I like to cut it into chunks)
  2. Once froze, place in food processor or blender. Start pulsing until a ice cream looking texture appears. It will get chunky first, then after a bit it will come together.
  3. Once you start to see your banana coming together, add in your protein, milk, and any other flavorings you want. In this particular pictured nice cream, I added in 5 drops of Toffee flavoring.
  4. Blend just a bit longer to bring everything together.
  5. You can choose to eat right away, or I like to put it into a Tupperware container and put it back in the freezer to harden up even more. Every 30 min – 1 hour take it out and stir it to help it freeze evenly.  
  6. Mix in your favorite ice cream toppings, or eat plain!

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Such an easy way to enjoy something very similar to ice cream made with such easy, healthy ingredients! Be sure to like and share this recipe! I’m sure it will be a hit come summer! 

Here are a few things you might need!

MuscleTech Premium Gold 100% Whey Protein, Premium Whey Protein Powder, Instantized and Ultra Clean 100% Whey Protein, Vanilla Ice Cream, 2.5 Pounds

Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor, with Bowl Scraper (70730)

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Arctic Zero(New Flavors)

Easy Chocolate Chip Banana Cake

Easy Chocolate Chip Banana Cake

 

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Most the time when fruit gets to ripe I get sad, cause of course I hate throwing away food. It’s the worst! Thankfully, my friend the banana just transforms into the amazing baking goddess that she is. Yes, my banana’s are shes. I just now made that up. Anyway, so I love when my bananas get ripe. It doesn’t happen to often as I eat them daily, but on the rare occasion that they do get ripe, I get excited. Banana is a high rated flavor for me, and it always pairs well with chocolate so that’s where I started. Looking through the cupboard I see a can of white beans. I haven’t baked with white beans since my first e-book. I had a few cans taking up space so I figured why not?

Macros: 

  • Calories – 213
  • Fat – 5g
  • Carbs – 35g
  • Protein – 11g
  • Fiber – 3.5g

Ingredients:

  • 2 Scoops Vanilla Whey 
  • 60g Whole Wheat Flour 
  • 60g All Purpose Flour 
  • 250g Rinsed and dried Cannellini Beans 
  • 50g Truvia 
  • 2 Whole Eggs 
  • 250g Ripe banana (2 whole bananas) 
  • 3 oz Syrup(honey, agave, maple syrup all would work)
  • 122g Unsweetened Applesauce 
  • 42g Melted Lite Butter 
  • 1 tsp Vanilla 
  • 1 1/2 tsp Baking Powder 
  • 1/4 tsp Banana Extract 
  • 1/4 tsp salt 
  • 42g Chocolate Chips (I used semi sweet) 

Instructions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Spray a 9 in pan with non stick spray(I used a spring form pan)
  3. Place your beans, banana, syrup, and butter in a food processor and blend until smooth.
  4. Next add in your eggs and your extracts and blend once again.
  5. In a separate bowl sift all of your dry mix together to help ensure even distribution.
  6. Proceed to then pour dry mix into the food processor and blend until everything is incorporated. Use a spat to scrape down the sides if needed.
  7. Lastly, add in 28g of your chips and pulse just a few times to incorporate the chips.
  8. Pour your batter into your sprayed baking pan and place in the middle of the oven.
  9. Bake for 30-40 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  10. Remove from the oven and place on a cooling rack. After 10 minutes, remove from pan and continue cooling.
  11. Once cooled, slice into 8 pieces and enjoy!

Here are some things you may need!

MuscleTech Pro Series Premium Gold 100% Whey Powder, Vanilla Ice Cream, 2.5 Pound

WALDEN FARMS CALORIE FREE Pancake SYRUP, 12 fl oz

Truvia Baking Blend Natural Sweetener 24 OZ(Pack Of 2)

Bob’s Red Mill Organic Whole Wheat Flour, 5 lbs

Goya Cannellini Beans, 15.5 oz

Nordic Ware Leakproof Springform Pan, 10 Cup, 9 Inch

Imitation Banana Extract 2 oz

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High Protein Smores Pudding

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Muscle Frosting

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@youfreshnaturals muscle frosting review
Cookies & cream – 13f/8c/10p – first Smell is a bit of CnC, decent macros for a spread. Unfortunately I’m not a huge fan. Very grainy texture, and it doesn’t have a ton of actually flavor IMO. Hint of cookies n creme then it kinda fades away by the time you swallow it. You definitely get to the cashew flavor quick. Definitely wouldn’t be a Sammy spread or something like that. Would be more of a spoon eating spread. Needs more ‘cnc’ flavor definitely.
5/10
Cookie dough – 14f/7c/10p – get mainly just a chocolate smell. Also very grainy texture. Chocolate on top is pretty cool but it’s kind of a thick layer with not a ton of sweetness. More of a coco flavor. More of a spoon spread. The chocolate could be used to spread I suppose. The cookie dough by itself is also slightly unsweetened as well, and it’s needing more flavor.
5.5/10

If a smores walked into a cake factory and got alil “Dirty”

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As its getting colder I started thinking about campfires……which leads me to food….which leads me to smores of course. Figured it has been awhile since I have don’t anything smores themed, so here we go!

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Here is what you will need.

1 scoop (34g for mine) of Smores Protein

5g Coco

92g Liquid Egg Whites

120g Pumpkin

4g Hot Coco Mix

3 Splenda Packets

15g Self Rising Flour

30g Coconut Flour

1.5 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp baking soda

Milk to mix.

I added just a smidge of 0 cal chocolate sauce

Pre heat Oven to 350

Line and spray down baking dish

Mix everything in a bowl and pour into dish.

Bake for roughly 25-35min. I also had pizza cooking at the same time so the oven got opened multiple times throughout this cooking time.

Well that is Baking in a bowl mix:

30g Chocolate Protein

5g Coco

4g hot Coco mix

Milk/ 0 cal chocolate sauce to mix. Place in fridge.

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Once Cake is baked, pop out and place on rack to cool.

Once cool, put it on a plate, take your frosting out and start frosting. (I usually will add a bit more liquid after pulling out of the fridge)

Once Frosted I dusted with 2g of grahm cracker crumbs and 15g of mini marshmallows. Obviously I added more after the fact but doesn’t matter for the recipe.

Macros for Entire Cake with toppings : 638 Cals / 8.8 Fat / 77.4 Carb / 67.2 protein / and a whopping 22.5g of fiber

Macros for 1/4 of the Cake with Toppings: 159 Cals / 2.2 fat / 19.3 carb / 16.7 protein / 5.6g of fiber

Not to Shabby. Let me know if you like this! Tag me on IG if you post it so I can see it! d_chron or hashtag #dustyscalculatedmadness !

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White Girl Adventures, Pumpkin Muffins

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Well,

It’s that time of the year again. Days get shorter, temp gets colder, leafs start to change color, and most importantly….. PUMPKIN FLAVORED EVERYTHING!

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Easy Quick Pumpkin Muffins

1/2 scoop Vanilla Protein(roughly 17g for mine)

1/2 Scoop Cinnamon Protein(roughly 17g for mine)

8g Sugar Free Fat Free Vanilla pudding mix

1.5 svg Liquid egg whites(roughly 70g)

15g Self Rising Flour

5g Raw Honey

Splash of Vanilla

roughly 2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp pumpkin spice, 1/2 tsp nutmeg

Milk/water/syrup to mix.

Once mixed, pop into sprayed muffin ton,

Add 7g pumpkin morsals to the top of the muffins and bake at 350 for roughly 12-15 min.

Macros per 1 muffin: 60 cal / .7fat / 5 carb / 7.4 protein

Edit***** i forgot to add pumpkin puree to this post. You can have anywhere from 60-120g. I will remake and post actual recipe soon. ******

Not to shabby. These came out,,,, brace yourself,,,, so moist. Going to play with this recipe a bit and add a few things to it I think. Give it a shot, super quick, super easy.

Remember if you liked it, feel free to let me know! Comment here, tag me on Instagram(d_chron) or hashtag #dustyscalculatedmadness !

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Peanut Buttah vs Chocolate Family reunion

So I ask you,

What goes better. Peanut Butter and Chocolate, or Chocolate and Peanut Butter. Is there a difference? I don’t fucking know, but the two together brings me more happiness than a clearance rack of doughnuts.

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I had a can of beans left in the fridge and I wanted to get them used up. Been awhile since I made brownies, but I was thinking I wanted to give a cake a go, well trying to keep the carbs as low as possible. So, through countless hours SLAVING away in the kitchen I came up with little beauty.

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Peanut Butter and Chocolate Explosion Cake

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Things you will need for Chocolate Cake:

1/2 svg of chocolate protein(mine was 15g)

6g SF FF chocolate Pudding mix

60g Rinsed and processed cannellini beans into flour

5g Coco

1/8 tsp Baking soda

1 tsp Baking Powder

7 g Coconut Flour

30g Pumpkin Puree

70g Almond Milk*

10g Chocolate Syrup*

Mix above ingredients in a bowl and set to the side

Peanut Butter Cake ingredients:

.75 scoop of peanut butter protein(roughly 23g)

60g rinsed and processed cannellini beans into flour

6g PB2

60g Pumpkin

7g Coconut Flour

1/8th teaspoon Baking soda

1 tsp Baking Powder

60g Almond Milk*

10g Pancake Syrup*

Place batters into Sprayed and Lined Baking dishes and Bake at 375 for roughly 25 min. Chocolate took about 27 min.
Make sure to do the knife or toothpick test to tell if done or not. Once done, take out and leave to cool on a raised surface for 20-30 min

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Well Those are Baking we will make the Frosting:

15g Chocolate Protein

5g Coco

6g SF FF Pudding mix

50g Almond Milk *

30g Chocolate Sauce*

Mix together and place in fridge to thicken.

Now a note to add. Items that have a * behind them may need to be adjusted to deal with your specific protein powder or likeness. Less liquid will be much thicker, more liquid will make it a bit more runny.

Now once the cakes have cooled, slice each cake in half. Now you can just layer the cakes, you can use a bit of frosting to help each layer stick, or you can just use a bit of chocolate syrup. I wanted to save all the frosting for the outside so I just spread a bit a chocolate syrup on each layer to help ‘hold’ it. If I wanted to increase the protein content a bit I would most likely add either another half scoop chocolate or pb protein to make more frosting and could place between each layer,,, but for this recipe I skipped it.

Okay, now at this point you should have a 4 layer cake. I did Chocolate layer, then a pb layer, then chocolate, then pb on top. Now take your frosting out of the fridge. Should be pretty thick, so feel free to add a shot of chocolate syrup or a bit of almond milk/water and remix it. Then, begin to cover your beautiful naked cake.

Now if you would like to add the PB Drizzle, just take 6g of PB2, mix with a bit of liquid then pour over the top.

Proceed to top with your favorite toppings if you would like. As soon as this is done, grab a eating utensil(I wont make ya use a fork if you don’t want to) and begin to instantly consume until you are forced to take a breathe.

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Macros for the Cake are 582 Cals / 6.8g Fat / 64.5g Carb / 65.5g Protein and a HUGE 20g of Fiber.

Macros for 1/4 of Cake : 145.5 cals / 1.7g Fat / 16.1 Carb / 16.3 Protein / 5g of Fiber

I hope you guys Enjoyed this as much as I did!

If you did like it please let me know how it turned out!

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Im just trying to be a beef cake

So I decided to give a go at baking with beef protein.

Let me tell you it wasn’t a bad life choice. It almost leaves the cake with a nice fudgy feeling to it. I have only tried Vanilla caramel flavor but intend to try my hand with a chocolate as well. I think it would make a nice batch of brownies, hint hint

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Vanilla Caramel Cake with a Chocolate Frosting

What you will need:

50g Pumpkin

1.5 egg whites. (roughly 70g)

34g Protein

45g Self rising Flour

14g Coconut Flour

4g sweeter

6g Psylium husk (cause fiber )

1/4t Baking powder

1/8tsp baking soda

Splash of Caramel Sauce

Splash of Almond milk

Now usually I would add 4-8g of SF FF Pudding mix but I was out so I skipped it.

Mix all that together and throw in a sprayed baking dish and bake roughly 20-30 min at 350.

I have been playing with trying to get more rise in my cakes so lately I have been whisking the egg whites a bit in a separate bowl then adding them last but I don’t think it is helping.

Well cooking in a bowl mix:

15g Chocolate Protein

5g Coco Powder

1 oz FF Cream Cheese

Splash of Almond milk

Splash of Chocolate Sauce

Mix till well incorporated then put in fridge to chill

Once the toothpick test comes out clean pop that bad boy out to cool for at least 30 min.

Once cool cut in half and spread some of your frosting in the middle of the cake.

Once Frosted either add some toppings or just enjoy!

Macros for the Cake are 502 cal 2.5 fat / 70 carbs / 53 protein and a whopping 15g of fiber !

I also used almost the same identical recipe and made this amazing cake as well.

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Vanilla Carmel Cake with a Vanilla Frosting.

Super Versatile Cake. Give it a go and let me know what you think!

Remember if you liked the cake be sure to check me out on Instagram under d_chron or hashtag #dustyscalculatedmadness !!

Once frosted restack the cake and continue frosting with remaining frosting.