One of the biggest criticisms that I hear in regard to my book is that it doesn’t contain enough HCG diet recipes. I can understand the criticism because they’re right. There are very few HCG diet recipes in the book. However, there is a very specific reason I didn’t include many HCG diet recipes. You’ve heard the phrase, “give a man a fish and he eats for a day, teach a man to fish and he eats for life.” That was my philosophy when I wrote the book. I didn’t want to tell you exactly what to eat, rather educate you on how to eat. I know, most of you just want variety, which is why you’d prefer more HCG diet recipes, and for that, I’ll do my best to post recipes to my blog. The recipe below came from our Facebook HCG 2.0 support group, which you should certainly join if you haven’t done so already. Dieters post and answer questions daily and it’s a private page so nothing will show up on your profile page. So post away. And enjoy the HCG diet recipe below. It was contributed by a member of the group so I felt obligated to share. Best of luck!
Buffalo Ranch Chicken
Here’s a really easy recipe for baked Buffalo Ranch Chicken that Caren used on her HCG 2.0 protocol. Looks tasty.
1 pound skinless chicken strips
Apple cider vinegar
1 package of dry ranch dressing or dip mix (or make your own)
1/4 cup of Louisiana Hot Sauce (or hot sauce of your choice)
From HCG 2.0 Support Page
Place chicken in a plastic zip lock bag and pour apple cider vinegar over the chicken. Close the bag and let marinate for 30 or 45 minutes (don’t skip this step or the chicken will be dry and won’t take on the flavors from the hot sauce and ranch). Drain the chicken and move to a foil lined baking pan. Pour the hot sauce evenly over the chicken, and then sprinkle with 1 packet of ranch dressing mix. Cover the pan tightly with foil and bake for 45 minutes at 350.
I don’t know the calorie count, as I don’t weigh anything, I just kind of guess. I usually eat 2 to 2.5 strips per meal.
Thanks for the great HCG diet recipe Caron.