Originally Posted by skipbeat
Originally Posted by morbidlyfat
3 frozen bananas
1.5 cups frozen berries or mango
3 scoops protein powder
4-5 tablespoons peanut butter
4-6 cups of milk
Blend until even consistency.
Pork Shoulder/Butt--almost every kind of pork sausage is made from this. high calorie with protein.
Last edited by tzanghi; 05-24-2012 at 11:24 AM.
Thanks for all the recommendations people
100 gr oats
200 ml milk
160 gr curd
30 gr or more mixed protein powder
20 gr walnutoil
20 gr honey
The Carlos Special
Plenty of options in there to adjust calories/fat/sugar to your needs.
If you're lactose, you can take a supplement to make you not lactose.
3-5 raw eggs
2-3 cups milk
assorted frozen fruit mix
1 big scoop hemp seed protein powder
bunch of chia seeds
peanut butter (optional)
1/3 whey 1/3 egg white 1/3 casien powder, called the skip mix. Add whole milk and natural peanut butter.
Just started a few weeks ago though I've been ramping up milk consumption for awhile. Here's my jam.
Half gallon to whole gallon of whole milk. Each and every day. At least half a gallon a day. Some days I also throw in a quart of chocolate milk but either as a change of pace or for recovery. TruMoo makes excellent chocolate milk for nutrition as well as taste value.
Bacon and eggs. Lots of this. At work I get 4-5 egg omelets with bacon, cheese and various veggies, and some bacon on the side. At home I cook up 4-6 eggs in bacon grease with cheese piled ontop. 4-6 strips of bacon.
Red meat and beef whenever possible. Lately this has been lots of burgers. If you're going for quick gains, hit up McD's for the McDoubles and so forth. Don't do this every day but a few times a week probably won't hurt.
Peanuts, cashews, etc. I don't like salted peanuts but I can tear up unsalted peanuts. Bananas were mentioned. And of course everything mentioned in this thread is legit too. I've been trying to keep it simple because I work ever-shifting hours (24x7 shift job, changes constantly) and I live with 3 people in an apt with different sleep schedules so cooking is sporadic at best.
But with the milk consumption, the fistfuls of peanuts, spoonfuls of PB, bananas, bacon/eggs and burgers, I'm hitting ~3500 calories most days if I'm not lazy about it. Not bad for a guy whose drivers license has him at 103. I currently am at 126. A month ago when ramping up milk I was hovering around 117. Been skinny for life but changes are comin.'
Congrats on the gains. Whats your target weight?