🍔 180 Calorie Cheeseburger Chalupa Recipe from my latest FDOE Episode on the YouTube Channel! Tag your friend you’d smash these with and you both will be entered to win a copy of my Best Selling Recipe Book! - ✅ Macros for each Cheeseburger Chalupa: 180 Cals, 13g Carbs, 4g Fat, 23g Protein! - ✳️ Ingredients (makes 4 Chalupas): 4 Pitas (I use Josephs Brand which have 9g carbs per pita) 10oz 96/4 Lean Ground Beef 4 Slices Fat Free American Cheese 50g Shredded Lettuce 24 Pickle Slices Sea Salt/Garlic Powder to season Ground Beef - ❇️ Directions: 1️⃣ Preheat oven to 450 degrees F. Preheat Pan to 6/10 heat. Season ground beef with sea salt and garlic powder. 2️⃣ Add ground beef to preheated pan and cook to your desired wellness. 3️⃣ Now once ground beef is ready, line your oven safe pan with aluminum foil. Spray with non stick cooking spray. Add your pitas to your pan. 4️⃣ Cut your slice of cheese in half and then add it to one side of your pita. then add your ground beef on top of the cheese. Then your lettuce and pickles. 5️⃣ Fold over the one side of the pita pressing it down the best you can (check video to see what I mean). Repeat this process for all 4 chalupas. 6️⃣ Then brush you egg white wash on top of the chalupas and then sprinkle sesame seeds. Add to oven for 4-6 minutes! Then enjoy! YouTube Channel is a huge priority for me soo going to be dropping some fire content on there! So make sure to go check it out! Hope you all my friends are having a DOPE Monday thus far! 🎥 @carlossuarezzz_
450 Calorie Dinner Idea! Tag your friend who needs to try this and you both will be entered to win a copy of my Best Selling Recipe Book! One of my goals of late is to start diversifying my protein sources. So today we have the Pork Tenderloin topped with some Barbecue Sauce along with Roasted Potatoes, Sautéed Veggies and Cauliflower Rice! - ✅ Macros for the WHOLE Plate: 451 Cals, 49g Carbs, 7g Fat, 48g Protein! And macros per 4oz of Pork Tenderloin is 4g Fat and 24g Protein! Great macros! And I get mine from @traderjoes - 🐖 Tips for Pork Tenderloin: 1️⃣ I seasoned tenderloin with sea salt and garlic powder. Be careful not to add too much because what I noticed in the tenderloin really holds onto a lot of the seasoning unlike most meats. 2️⃣ I baked it in the oven on 425 degrees F for 15 minutes in a cast iron pan. Then after 15 minutes, I dropped temp down to 400 degree F and then cooked for another 10 minutes. The cook time will vary based of oven variance temperatures. Be careful not to over cook it! 3️⃣ Spray cast iron pan with non stick cooking spray and then spray top of tenderloin with it too. Can add a gram of fat or two to the macros just because of the sprays. How do you cook your pork tenderloin? And because you guys have been asking a lot about how I make my cauliflower rice actually taste good, I’m working on a gathering all my pro tips into a YouTube video so be on the lookout for that! Hope you guys are having a dope Sunday! Feel free to drop any questions you have about the recipe in the comments below!
Less than 200 Cal Weekend Breakfast Idea! Tag your friend who needs this recipe and you both will be entered to win a copy of my Best Selling Recipe Book! Winners announced on my stories! Egg White Delight Recipe! - ✅ Macros for each: 191.75 Cals, 28.25g Carbs, 1.75g Fat, 15.75g Protein - ✳️ Ingredients (Recipe makes 4): 4 English Muffins on your choice (I used Original) 300g Egg Whites 8 Slices Canadian Bacon 4 Slices Fat Free American Cheese - ❇️ Directions: 1️⃣ Preheat stovetop pan on 5/10 heat. Add your silicone egg circles to your stove top pan to help the bottoms heat up which helps with the egg whites not coming out the bottom. On a big pan, you can probably fit all 4 but if not, dont force them on because they need a flat surface to ensure the egg whites dont come out. 2️⃣ Add your egg whites to a bowl and add some garlic power and sea salt. Whisk together. Now slowly add your egg whites to your circles like 10g at a time. Let that 10g sit for a sec and then add a bit more till you have 75g in there. Repeat for all your egg circles. Add cover on top to help them cook evenly. Takes about 6-8 minutes for these to cook through. 3️⃣ Now you can either cook the canadian bacon on another pan or wait till this pan is done with the egg whites. Pan fry them on each side till cripsy. 4️⃣ Toast up your english muffins in your toaster. 5️⃣ Once all is ready, add your canadian bacon, egg white patty, your slice of slice to your bottom half of your english muffin. Add your top half and enjoy! Check out the link in my bio if you want instant access to my best recipe of all time!
Turned 28 today 👴🏻 - 28 years ago today, my mom gave birth to me on a Friday the 13th on purpose. Lol she literally told the doctor that she wanted to hold off my birth for an hour so I could be born on Friday the 13th because she thought it was unique 😭 - I’m not superstitious so it doesn’t matter to me 🤷🏻♂️ love ya momma! Nonetheless, I’m extremely grateful for the life I’m living right now. At each birthday, I just want to be able to look back to the birthday prior and be proud of all I accomplished that year. 27 to 28 was a damn good year. Can’t wait to see what 28 to 29 has in store! And PS I’d take Ice Cream over Cake for all my Birthdays 🙌
Ok are you team Brownie or Team Chocolate Chip Cookie? Well what’s the best of both world and add an Oreo to the middle? Protein Slu**ty Brownies! Tag your homie you’d smash these with and you both will be entered to win a copy of my New Best Selling Recipe Book! - ✅ Macros for Each Brownie: 155 Cals, 17g Carbs, 3g Fat, 15g Protein! Today is also the last day of the first ever sale we’ve done of this book! No code necessary! Links in my bio to save 🙌 - In Ft. Worth for the weekend to hang out with @takecareandcareless family! Going to be a great time! Also, just posted a new YouTube video! FDOE on 2000 calories 👌🏻
From 152 ➡️ 185 ➡️ 170. It’s crazy to see what a true 12 month bulk can lead to. For the past 3 years prior to this bulk, I would self sabotage myself at the 3-4 month mark once I started to lose my abs. I would self sabotage myself once I felt my face was getting super round. I would rationalize to myself that I was in the bulk long enough. And this never lead to me building much muscle these past few years. But last year, I told myself I was really going to commit and went for it. I slowly would gain a few pounds a month. Eating about 4000 calories per day. I remember getting to 170lbs. I had a barely visible 4 pack. My face was getting rounder. And was fighting my mind that was trying to rationalize for me to stop the bulk yet again. I didn’t listen this time. I kept going. A few months later, I got to my heaviest weight ever of 185lbs. This was the middle picture. 13lbs heavier that I had ever been in my whole life. I felt super uncomfortable. I felt insecure. But damn did I learn a lot about myself throughout this whole process. I learned to love myself more. I learned to recognize how much we are a**holes when we look at ourselves in the mirror. How we would never be as mean or critical to anyone like the way we are to ourselves. I also trained consistently. I trained hard and smart. I made sure I got plenty of sleep. And fast forward to today, I am sitting at 170lbs. A weight and body composition combo I never ever thought I would get to. Let along after one solid bulk. So please I plead with you guys. Commit to the bulk. Do it. It’s going to be a mental warfare. But it’ll be soo worth it. A year long investment that you will be grateful you did. And you get to keep that investment for the rest of your life. Ohhh and P.S. the only thing that got smaller from the bulk was my hair lol 🙃😭
Lol 😭 do you know someone who is like this? - But seriously, when we have success with something after trying and failing with soo many other attempts, it’s natural to believe that the way you had success is the only way. I see this all the time with diet culture, especially with the new one on the scene, the keto diet. All of a sudden, being in ketosis is this badge of honor. That since you are in ketosis, you are somehow superior to everyone else. And I’ve been guilty of this. Parading around eating ice cream, donuts, cookies rubbing it in that I could get results eating all those foods that most people think are “off limits.” And then I see this with all other dietary approaches aka nutritional religions. So this was just a funny post highlighting a pretty normal path we all go down. We get excited about something that got us results we’ve never ever accomplished prior. We tell everyone about it. We plead with them to try it and say it’s the best. Then over time, we realize that there are a lot of other ways to get the results we achieved. It just happened to be the approach we used was the best for us at that time. Do you agree? And shoutout to the homie @drnadolsky for the initial inspiration for this meme 😭
🍞🧀🍔 Less than 420 Calorie Grilled Cheese as Buns Cheeseburger! Would you Smash or Pass!? - ✅ Macros for the Whole Burger: 416 Cals, 34g Carbs, 8g Fat, 52g Protein! - ✳️ Pro Tips for this Meal: 🍔 96/4 Lean Ground Beef is your best friend for making a macro friendly burger! 🍔 Let your meat sit out of the fridge at room temp for about 30 minutes prior to cooking to make sure it cooks evenly. 🍔 Make sure your pan is hot (6/10 heat) prior to adding your burger to the pan. 🍞For Grilled Cheese, I used @saraleebread 45 Cal Bread and sliced off the crusts. Know that this will change the macros so equate for that if you are tracking. 🧀 I added a slice of fat free american cheese to each grilled cheese. 🍞 I sprayed both sides with non stick butter spray while also adding a little bit of garlic powder to each side for that garlic toast vibe! Added them to a pan covered in aluminum foil and put in oven on 400 degrees F till golden. 🥦 While all this was happening, I added 100g frozen broccoli and 100g Brussel sprouts to my air fryer for 12 minutes. Then took out, sprayed with cooking spray and added sea salt. Added back in for 3-5 minutes till crispy! 🍟 Lastly, the fries! Going to be sharing how I make these soon! There will be a special sneak peak in my new FDOE on the Tubes droppings later this week! Give this one a try and tag me when you do! And feel free to drop any questions you have in the comments below and I’ll try my best to answer them! And if you want instant access to my best recipes of all time, check out the link in my bio! Hope you are crushing your Monday thus far 🙌🏻
Who’s your NFL Team? I’ve been a Jaguar Fan Since Day 1. This picture was from my 8th birthday when Jackson De Ville (Jags Mascot) flew down from a plane and landed at my seat to wish me happy birthday) But let me back up and create some perspective. If you’ve been following me for while, you know that I was born in Dover, New Hampshire. And all my family live in New England. But my family were the only ones who moved away. We moved to a small town in Florida called Amelia Island when I was only 9 months old. Moving from New England where my family would be at all the Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins games, we had a void because Jacksonville had no sports teams. Not until 1995 which was the inaugural season of the Jacksonville Jaguars. So to fill this sports void my family had for 4 years, my parents decided to get season tickets to the new and only sport franchise in Jacksonville. And that began a tradition. Every Sunday, we would start the tailgate in Jacksonville with the crew around 9am and then head into the game at a 1pm start time. I was 4 years old. And for the next 15 years, this was our tradition. I remember the inaugural season in 1996, the Jaguars in their second season as a franchise making a crazy run in the playoffs and pulling off one of the biggest upsets in playoff history knocking off John Elways Broncos and going to the AFC Championship Game! I remember in 1999 when the Jags went 14-2 and had the best record in the league. Being at the AFC Championship Game in Jacksonville against the Tennessee Titans. Feeling the pain of that interception across the middle Mark Brunell threw that sealed the 3rd loss to the Titans that year. Yes they were the only team that beat them all year. Moral of the story is, the Jags arguably were my childhood. The mediocrity of the franchise since that game in 1999 has pained me to see. Got the Chiefs at home today so that’ll be one hell of a gauge to see how good this team can and will be 🙌 Happy 🏈 Sunday!
Less than 450 Calorie Pre College Football Saturday Breakfast of Peace! Primetime LSU vs. UT Game here in Austin has the town buzzing! I’m a Notre Dame Fan so 🤷🏻♂️ - Give this recipes a save and tag your friend you’d smash this breakfast with and you both will be entered to win a copy of my Best Selling Recipe Book! - ✅ Macros for the WHOLE Meal: 449 Cals, 27g Carbs, 17g Fat, 47g Protein! • ✳️ Ton’s of Pro Tips Below! 👇🏻 - 🍳 We got half an Omelette (other half was Sandras!). With the omelette, I love to add finely chopped green peppers and spring mix to my egg/egg white mixture. Add to a pan on a 6/10 heat with a cover on top and cook till crispy on the bottom. Once crispy, I add in the cheese to one side and then fold over the other side. For Sandra, she can’t handle a lot of dairy so we opted with a dairy free cheese on her side. - 🥓 We got the Center Cut Bacon of course! Love it and it’s 3.5g Fat and 6g Protein per 2 slices! - 🥦 Got the Air Fried Broccoli! Throw frozen broccoli in air fryer at 400 degrees F for 8-10 minutes. Take out, spray with some cooking spray and sprinkle some sea salt on them. Add back in for another 3-5 minutes and BOOM! - 🥑 Fresh Guac and Salsa! Working on some recipes teaching your guys how to make homemade reduced guilt guac like you find at Trader Joes along with all their unique low cal products! - 🍩 Lastly, we have the Oreo Protein Doughnut! Took my classic Oreo Protein Doughnut Recipe you guys love (recipes is in my new book and is a post on my feed if you scroll down far enough.) - But what I did with these doughnuts is got a bigger mold off amazon and it’s DOPE! These doughnuts are huge! Just scale the recipe to fit them into the bigger molds. From what I did, when the recipe makes, 12 doughnuts in the smaller pan, it will make 8 in the bigger pan. Then topped the doughnut with my new favorite protein icing recipe which you can find on my Frosted Cinnamon Roll Waffles Recipe from 3 days ago! Give this meal a try and let me know what you think! And if you want instant access to my best recipes of time, click the link in my bio!
Here’s a less than 500 Cal Dinner Idea! Tag your friend who’s low on carbs and needs meal ideas like this! And you both will be entered to win a copy of my Best Selling Recipe Book! Check my stories where I announce the winners! - ✅ Macros for the WHOLE Plate: 497 Cals, 22g Carbs, 21g Fat, 55g Protein! - ✳️ So few pro tips here: 1️⃣ 96/4 Lean Ground Beef is the GOAT for macro friendly ground beef. Only 4.5g fat per 4oz along with 24g Protein! Just be careful not to overcook it. Less fat means much more attention to detail. 2️⃣ Cauliflower Rice is legit if you cook it right. Make sure your pan is already nice and hot (7/10 heat) before you add it to ensure they stay firm and don’t get soggy. 3️⃣ I love Center Cut Bacon! 3.5g Fat and 6g Protein per 2 slices! 4️⃣ Air Frying your frozen Broccoli and Brussel Sprouts is a smart move. I usually go about 10 minutes on 400 degrees, then take them out, spray with coconut oil spray and toss in sea salt and add them back in for another 5 minutes! Those are all the pro tips off the top of my head! Go give this meal a try! Soo good!
Had to take a quick Day trip to Dallas to finalize the new products we have coming in the next couple months! And it’s now a tradition I go to @wholefoods and get some delicious food to celebrate a successful day of R&D! Have you ever had the @wholefoods buffet/food court? If so, what’s usually in your box? So here’s how I usually make my box. I love to start with a base of leafy greens. Then I like to pick a mix of veggies and starchy carbs. And one pro tip is to look at the ingredients and calories of each item you’re going to put inside your box. They have a little box on top of each item that will tell you exactly what you are getting. So for my vegetables and starchy carbs I like to get 2 to 3 that are roasted and then I get 2 that have been cooking in oil. This will insure that I have a balanced macronutrient intake and not have a ton of fat in my meal. For example, in the meal I have some roasted sweet potatoes. On the ingredient list for these roasted sweet potatoes the only ingredient was the sweet potatoes, no oil. And for another example, the roasted Brussels sprouts were cooked in oil and it said that on the ingredient. And then I look for my protein sources. Today I got some sausage, pulled pork and lemon herb chicken. Simple and delicious and it only cost me around $11. All in all, a great day! I’m super pumped for you guys to see what we have coming! Still have a couple hours till I get back home to Austin but I’ll sleep good tonight knowing whats coming is finalized and DOPE! • 📸 @carlossuarezzz_