Monday, October 19, 2009

High Protein Low Carb Brownie Recipe

This is a delicious, high protein, low carb, chocolate peanut butter muscle building brownie recipe that one of my buddies shared with me the other day and it is awesome!

A great tasty treat that you have have on either a fat loss diet or mass building bulk up program.

They are quick and easy to make and yummy to eat :-)

Check out the video below to get all the details...



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This is an awesome "Bodybuilders Cookbook" that covers over 300 delicious muscle building and fat loss meal ideas that you can make yourself. Everything from gourmet dinners to a high protein healthy dessert treats.




















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31 comments:

  1. I love chocolate! YUM! YUM! EAT EM UP! OH YEAH!

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  2. hi.. just dropping by here... have a nice day! http://kantahanan.blogspot.com/

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  3. hye bro.. can you tell me how to get bulk up at same time flat abs

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  4. This is exactly like what Marc lobliner (scivation president) did months ago without the egg - he called it the scivation brownies

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  5. gonna try that tomorrow

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  6. Doesn't the "heat" pretty much ruin the protein?

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  7. it looks good and its a good idea to make a quick meal full of protein.

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  8. thanks Lee, your the best!

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  9. I just made some and it tastes pretty good, It would probably taste better with the whipped cream shown in the video.

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  10. The heat maybe an issue on the protein, it probably does have some affect, but I would not worry about it. After all everyone cooks their protein foods like meat, chicken, etc. Yet when it comes to protein powder everyone is worried about heating it.

    I'd say just eat twice as many brownies to make up for any damaged heated protein :-)

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  11. not gonna lie it doesn't taste that great but better then nothin...

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  12. Lee, the thing with meat is that it is a solid natural food. It doesnt loose any macronutrients when cooked (except for fats as they tend to drip off naturally)....Protein powder on the other hand is just a chemically based organic product (i guess lol?)...But im sure some of the protein still stays in there. Still this brownie is probably better than most deserts people tend to have (ice cream, candy, choclate,chips,etc)

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  13. 75$ for a book is way to expensive...

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  14. Where does the protein go, lol?

    It's not about losing any protein: it's about the protein becoming denatured by the heat and the effect that has on its bioavailability.

    Perhaps someone who knows something can comment.

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  15. thanks for the tip on that brownie going to try it out for sure ,i trust that its good!

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  16. like the recepie.unfourtunetly i had issues with the anabolic kitchen cook book. it wasn't a pdf.it was a program that didnt work! ive emailed support many of times.And i got one response saying to change my norton settings. nothing to do with my norton settings because it wouldnt even open. usually things books are pdf format. its not.in my case it wasn't! idk if anyone else had problems.but ive read sum scams about elite fitness.com. not to bash but i got tooken for 20 bucks! not much but still.you figure if someone like lee supports them that they will be a good place to buy stuff from as well.idk. good luck to yall who order it.i hope it doesnt happen to u.

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  17. way to go manaero

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  18. 2 teaspoons of splenda for a little added sweatness works extremely well.

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  19. Wow...i wish i have body like your body. amazing

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  20. thanks lee 4 de video as usual U R great...
    as 4 de book i got it few month ago and i have no problem at all with it, and contain lots of great Recipes and goodies, i can say it's very cool...
    lee thanks again 4 all your effort
    mario.B greece

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  21. hi coach jessie is here
    its look yumy, iam gona try it one day
    i the you present it
    more power to you!
    just keep on sending me a tips
    i realy appreciate all the tips.
    thank you so much

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  22. You're right Lee these are AWESOME!! They are a bit dry and rubbery/chewy but still awesome.

    I'd like to see you post more simple recipes like this please!!! :D

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  23. For those of you are worried that the heat will "break down" the protein, don't worry. All heat does is denature proteins, making the amino acids into straight molecules like a string instead of the usual bunched together form that they typically take.There is still just as much protein in it as what you put in.

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  24. i just smoked a big joint and made one of these up. good stuff! i put it in for 50 and it was a bit too much. so be careful when heating it they can dry dry out easily.
    definitely gonna get me some cool hhwhip to go with these! thanks Lee.

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  25. awesum treat Lee ! thnx a lot fo sharing such great recipes .... keep up the good work

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  26. Lee, I tried the recipe yesterday....It's not too bad....Honey drizzled on top is also good.

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  27. I just made one and used 2 packes of splenda. Its not bad. Its no real browny. I am sure the honey or cool wip would make it better. But just plain is ok. Goes good with my coffee. Thanks for the tip.

    Here is the nutrition facts that I come up with:
    21.5 fats (regular PB)

    Vince B
    10.5 Carbs
    39 protein
    393 cal for 1 batch

    Half is 10,5,20 196 cal

    A pure protien bar is
    4.5,17,20 180 cal

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  28. Perhaps a minute is too long of a cook time because my brownie was very stodgy and unpleasant.

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  29. hey lee ... dont know if i am too late at asking... but is there any alternative to peanut butter? i kinda dont like it that much..

    you can also reply at vinay.beckham@gmail.com i am on your newsletters too

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  30. Well, Lee, I strongly dislike them. I made them and didnt want to put them to waste so I finished them but I thought they were bad. I think a better choice would be to put all the raw ingredients and some milk in a blender and just make a shake.

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