1 beaten egg
1 cup milk
1 tbsp all-purpose flour
1tbsp Worcestershire sauce
3/4 tsp salt
3/4 tsp ground pepper
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 32 oz jar sliced dill pickles
vegetable oil for deep frying
In a mixing bowl, mix together the first 4 ingredients. In another bowl stir together the next 3 ingredients.
Heat your oil to 350F. Dip each pickle into the milk mixture and then the flour mixture. Repeat for all the pickles.
Carefully place a few pickles in the hot oil and fry them until they turn golden brown and float up to the surface. Remove and drain on paper towels. Repeat cooking process until all pickles have been cooked.
Mac & Cheese
3 cups of cheese
1/2 cup Parmigiano-reggiano
8 tbsp butter
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup whole milk
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 lb cooked macaroni
1/2 cup bread crumbs
Preheat your oven to 450F.
Over Medium heat melt butter and whisk in the flour. Keep stirring and cook until mixture is light brown.
Add the cheese, whole milk and cream. Stir until cheese has melted and mixture has thickened up. Make sure you continue to stir so cheese doesn’t burn to the bottom of the pan. Add the cooked Macaroni and stir until well combined.
Add mixture to an 8×8 baking dish. Top with bread crumbs and parmigiano-reggiano. Place dish in oven and cook until crust is golden brown approximately 20 minutes.
Now this dish can be eaten like this or you can be brave and deep fry it. Follow the previous directions, but once the macaroni and cheese is done put it in the fridge overnight to let it harden.
Preheat oil to 350. Set up your breading stage. Have one bowl with 1/2 cup flour, another with 2 whisked eggs, and the third bowl with 1/2 cup panko bread crumbs.
Cut your macaroni and cheese into sections. Take each section and cover it in flour then dip it into the egg followed by the bread crumbs. Place the macaroni and cheese into the oil and cook until brown about 4 minutes. Remove from the oil and pat dry.
We all occasionally enjoy deep fried foods like fries, corn dogs, and chicken, but you probably wouldn’t have ever though to eat deep fried twinkies or chocolate bars. Take a look at some other strange deep fried foods. I’m sure you’ll feel your arteries starting to clog just by looking at them.
1. Macaroni & Cheese
2. Deep Fried Oreos
3. Deep Fried Pickles
4. Deep Fried Pizza
5. Deep Fried Coca-Cola
6. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
7. Deep Fried Pop-tarts
8. Deep Fried Spam
9. Deep Fried Mars Bars
10. Deep Fried Cupcakes
11. Deep Fried Apples
12. Deep Fried Macapuno
13. Deep Fried Cheesecake
14. Deep Fried Cheeseburgers
15. Deep Fried Cadbury Creme Eggs
16. Deep Fried Eggs (Scotch Eggs)
17. Deep Fried Banana’s
18. Deep Fried Corn
19. Deep Fried Cheese Curds
20. Deep Fried Peaches
21. Deep Fried Tofu
22. Deep Fried Strawberries
23. Deep Fried Olives
24. Deep Fried Ice Cream
Deep Fried Jam Sandwiches
Fruit Smoothies (600 cal, 120 g sugar)
Many smoothies are full of high fructose corn syrups and added sugars. If you are going to have a smoothie look for one with the label of 100% fruit smoothie made with plain yogurt. Avoid smoothies made from ice cream or sherbet. By doing this you’ll cut your sugar intake and increase vitamin and antioxidant intake.
Granola Bar (200 cal, 15 g sugars)
Have you looked at a granola bar lately? Do you wonder how it just seems to stick together like that? Well the answer is high fructose corn syrup. Instead of getting the benefit of the oats you get a spike in blood sugar. Instead try having 1 oz of cheddar cheese with a few triscuits. Instead of sugar you get protein and fibre.
Pasta Salad (300 cal,20g fat)
When you are likely have a snack or side dish you don’t want pasta to be the main ingredient. This is because it is made of mostly refined flour which means its nothing more then quick burning carbohydrates which will end in you having a spike in blood sugar. Instead of the pasta salad have egg salad. Filled with protein it will fill you up faster and help your metabolism.
Yogurt with Fruit on the bottom (190 cal, 30 g sugar)
You wouldn’t start your day off by eating an ice cream or drinking a bottle of coke would you? Then you shouldn’t eat the yogurt with fruit because it can contain the same amount of sugar as many soft drinks. Instead enjoy non-fat plain yogurt with 1/2 cup of mixed berries.
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Probably the most important rule of all is to control your cravings. If you deny yourself an indulgent it may set you up for a binge later on. Instead eat a small serving or 100 calorie packet and be done with the junk food.’
Indulge Sensibly. Allow yourself a scoop of ice cream or a few chips, but don’t let yourself eat the whole tub of ice cream or the entire bag of chips.
Avoiding Bulk Treats. Buying treats in small quantities allows you to have a treat but not more then you need.
Mix it up. Enjoy some fruit or a salad before you eat your treat. This way you fill up first on something healthy and won’t eat as much of that piece of cake or ice cream you may be craving.
Count Calories. Compare the fat and calorie amounts and choose the healthier choice.
Focus on the fat. Read labels and be sure to avoid products with hydrogenated oils or shortening.
You have made the decision to lose weight and get healthy. You’ve given up your sodas and burgers for what you think are healthier options, but don’t be fooled that salad or sandwich may not be as healthy as they seem. Here are some examples.
Bran Muffins (420 Calories, 20 g of fat)
For some reason people are under the impression that muffins are healthy but bran muffins contain two things your body doesn’t want or need which is sugar and refined flour. This will just set you up for a crash. If you want a healthier option have ham, egg, and cheese on an English muffin. Not only does this have less calories and fat it’s filled with lots of protein.
Chicken Caesar Salad (Dinner size 900 cal, 60 g fat)
Just because it’s a salad doesn’t mean it’s healthy. The Caesar salad is especially bad, smothered in dressing, parmesan, croutons and fried chicken pieces. Instead opt for grilled chicken on mixed greens. Skip the creamy dressing and parmesan and use a vinaigrette.
(900 cal, 50 g fat)
You’re probably saying to yourself “Isn’t tuna healthy. Well of course it is when it comes out of the can. Turn it into a tuna melt and your talking layers of mayo and cheese. If you want a tasty sandwich try making it with ham or roast beef which are packed with protein and surprisingly lean.
Chicken Wrap (700 cal, 35 g fat)
The worst part of this is the wrap which contains up to 400 calories. Normally a tortilla packed full of nothing but starch and fat. Take into account the large surface which means you can just smother the dressing and add tons of ingredients. Instead have a grilled chicken on a bun. Instead of using high calorie mayo use mustard or salsa.
Turkey Burger (500 cal, 50 g fat)
Just because it is turkey doesn’t mean that it’s good for you. Depending on the type of ground turkey and the toppings that are chosen it may end up being more unhealthier. Instead opt for using sirloin which is full of protein which will keep you feeling full longer.
1 cup water
6 tbsp butter
1 cup all purpose flour
1/4 tsp salt
1 cup heavy whipped cream
1/2 cup confectioners sugar
2 tbsp baking cocoa
1 (1oz square) Unsweetened chocolate
1 tbsp butter
1/2 cup confectioners sugar
2 tbsp butter
In a pan over bring water and butter to boil over medium heat. Add flour and salt. Stir until there are no lumps and a smooth ball forms. Take saucepan off heat and let mixture sit for 5 minutes. Next add eggs one at a time. Beat until smooth.
Place foil over a baking sheet. Lightly grease the foil. Take the batter and drop it into 6 mounds. In a 400 F oven bake for 15 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 F and cook for an additional 30 minutes. Remove the puffs and immediately make a slit in each to let steam escape.
In a bowl beat the cream until peaks begin to form. Slowly add sugar and cocoa, beat mixture until almost stiff. Split puffs and remove the dough. Add your filling and replace the tops. Next melt chocolate and butter, add water and sugar. Drizzle mixture over puffs and chill.
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Maximize muscle. This is simple the more muscle you have the easier it is to burn calories.
Don’t forget the cardio. Cardio is important for heart health and getting you into your target heart rate. Cardio is also great for blasting fat.
Stretch. Stretching helps your muscles to work better and enables you to isolate your body’s problem areas.
Focus on the good things. If you work on the favourite parts of your body you can boost confidence and draw attention to those areas helping you not worry about your problem areas as much. For example if you exercise your chest, arms and back it may make you more proportionate if you have wider hips.