Category Archive: Reader Contributions

Joe’s Power P90x Protein Bars (No Nuts!)

Can you have too many ways to save money on P90x? I think not. Thus, I’m pleased to share another reader-contributed recipe for homemade P90x protein bars! I’m especially excited about this one because I’ve received a bunch of emails from people asking how to omit the peanut butter and/or nuts from …

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Samantha’s Banana Scrunch Parfait

So I was thinking, “Man, I should get a good parfait recipe on my site, that would be a great addition to a P90x meal plan.” Enter Samantha, who created this very pretty one!

I know that I always say that I was thinking of creating a recipe before someone sends it to me, but …

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Jessica’s Stuffed Peppers

Can you have too many P90x-friendly stuffed pepper recipes? I think not!
Oh, and I know this is the second reader-submitted post in a row. If you’re wondering if I’m getting lazy and just relying on my readers to supply all of my recipes for me, the answer is ABSOLUTELY. 😉

Take it away, …

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Melissa’s Homemade P90x Protein Bars

Yay, Melissa! This site has sorely needed a protein bar recipe, and I had been trying to come up with one without success, until Melissa decided to do my job for me. Gotta love that! =) It sounds really good, and my plan is to try it out with rice protein to see if it …

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Danielle’s Pumpkin Pudding

So who wants to get credit for eating your vegetables while you’re eating dessert? Um, MEEE! Danielle has come up with a real winner here. What a perfect way to usher in the fall. Oh, and did I mention that this P90x dessert COUNTS AS A VEGETABLE SERVING?!! K, just checking. 🙂

Take it away, …

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Sarah’s Hot Diggity-Dawgs

Who knew that hot dogs, potatoes, and cheese could constitute health-food?! Sarah came up with a good one here. I also love how her Tennessee accent comes through in this recipe. I choose to believe that her voice sounds just like this! Thanks for your contribution, Sarah. Take it away!

“I have a new recipe. …

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Danielle’s Spinach Pie

First of all, thank you for all of your vegetable-related emails. Many of you who either 1) love vegetables or 2) hate them like I do, have taken pity on me and sent me recipes or suggestions for making veggies more palatable. 🙂 I’m planning to try many of your suggestions, however once again, Danielle …

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Danielle’s Kicked Up Stuffed Peppers

So Danielle totally read my mind. I have been thinking for some time that a stuffed bell pepper recipe was missing from this site, but I have been too lazy to get off my butt and come up with one! Boy am I glad for my laziness now, because Danielle did the work for me, …

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Christy’s Whole Wheat Crepes

OK guys, this is another super exciting one! The whole wheat crepe is an awesome invention, because it is so thin that it is not much on the carb front, and yet it can be filled with oh-so-many tasty fillings. Make them sweet, and they are breakfast or dessert crepes – fill them with meat …

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Angela’s Ground Chicken Tacos

Today is a historic day. It’s the first time that a fellow P90xer has sent me a full recipe WITH A PHOTO! Yay! One small step for Angela, one giant leap for myp90xnutritionplan.com. OK, I admit that was lame…but I do love it when people do my work for me! lol. …

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Angela’s Protein Pancakes

Ok, all together now – “Thank you, Angela!!” =) This P90x protein pancake recipe that fellow P90xer Angela sent me is SO good! I’m usually a Bisquick snob – I was raised on it, so all other pancake recipes taste weird. But these are really delicious! I didn’t have plain protein …

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Angela’s Angeled Eggs with Hummus

Many thanks to Angela for her recommendation of hummus as a replacement for egg yolk in deviled eggs!! Today we tried this and YUM. What a delicious P90x recipe, and can’t argue with only 2 ingredients!

Ingredients:

3 hard boiled eggs 1/2 cup hummus (I used Athenos Hummus, Pesto flavored)

Cut …

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