Two Easy Healthy Recipes For Losing Weight – Tasty Weight Loss Recipes

I’ve got a weight loss recipe that you guys are going to love. The lean ground beef lettuce cups are full of flavor and such an easy healthy recipe. The weight loss …

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  1. FlavCity with Bobby Parrish July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Hey guys, here are the Macros:
    403 calories per meal
    25 grams of fat per meal
    12 grams of carbs per meal
    35 grams of protein per meal
    5 grams of fiber per meal

    If using ground chicken breast: 300 calories & 12 grams of fat per meal
    If using ground turkey breast: 311 calories & 12 grams of fat per meal

    mini food chopper:

    lime juicer:

    grapeseed oil:

    get my t-shirt:

    mesh strainer:

    portable gas burner:

    glass meal prep containers:

    olive oil dispenser:

  2. Kristin Courish July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Could you use any nut butter? (I usually have almond butter) Also love your videos, best thing I ever found!! Please never stop what your doing!

  3. You don't understand how much I appreciate these low carb meals. Since bariatric surgery I've had to eat low carb and I get so many ideas from you I'm down a total of 54 pounds so keep the videos coming please ??????

  4. New college student here and I'm so excited to try these delicious meals so I don't gain the freshman 15! Thanks Bobby!

  5. Crissy Ramcharan July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Both you and Dessi- hi Dessi?-work really hard on these meal preps and it shows. Very delish and flavorful this one is?. Love the peanut theme?

  6. Made this for dinner tonight and it was delicious! The meat is sooo flavorful and just the right balance of spice, love it and love your videos! Thanks for the recipe, keep em coming!

  7. if anyone would like to check out my what I eat in a day video for healthy recipes that would be greatly appreciated:)

  8. H man inc Gaming July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    Have you tried Soy Amino instead of Soy Sauce? It has about half the sodium of even low sodium soy but it has an amazing flavor that is very similar.

  9. Bobby – you didn't zest the lime ?
    Also, what did you do with the other half of that sauce that didn't make it into the noodles?!

  10. Fabulous recipe! But… Why wouldn't you store it in the glass boxes? When I want to heat something, I simply transfer the foods I want to heat into a pan and heat on the stove (or transfer cold items onto a plate and heat in a microwave). Also, I like to put the toppings into little bags or small containers so that they stay fresher. Also, I believe it is good to have some assembly of the meal to get the digestive juices ready for the meal.

  11. NinaB Catherine July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    hi Bobby! you know I like your recipes and all your teachings? Though, sadly I'm not interested in losing weight, I know, strange, but that's my case and of others probably (?), what I'd like to see is energy booster meals, could these ones work well too for that purpose? or could you give me some ideas please? I like Fridays for many reasons, but now also because it's Bobby's day! Wish you & Dessi a great wkend ?

  12. if I wanted to substitute PB2 powder or something similar to cut down on the fats even more, how much would you use for the sauce? Thank you for the videos and recipes, this one is awesome!

  13. Krystle Barbuto July 22, 2017 at 8:20 pm - Reply

    I do enjoy the shirataki noodles, but I find that they release so much moisture over time. Any tips? Also, how do you feel about liquid aminos as a soy sauce substitute? Another great video 🙂

  14. I agree that the mini food processor is more useable than the big one. Love making pesto in mine. And I'm going to love making your peanut sauce 🙂 It will be tweaked a little but hopefully it'll turn out ok. Thanks for an awesome new recipe, Bobby!

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