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      What is your favorite TV dinner?

      Sometimes there is just not enough time during busy days with work, family, gym, etc. to prepare home cooked meals. So was curious what others favorite TV dinners were?

      These days there are many choices from all different kinds of TV dinners from American, Spanish, Asian, Mexican, Italian, etc. Its not like in past years where Hungry Man TV dinners was the main source. Its a very competitive market these days, so lots of choices to make.

      One of my favorite TV dinners is by Stouffer's FitKitchen. It is Bourbon Steak pieces in a bourbon sauce, with chipolte sweet mashed potatoes, with seasoned broccoli and red peppers. There is 26 grams of protein. For a TV dinner this is pretty damn yummy and satisfying meal!

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      There are many other tasty TV dinner meals you can find with 30 grams or more of protein when in a pinch for time. Post up pics of your fav TV dinner with macros.

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      ... Had this with Coconut Jasmine rice tonight, damn yummy! This obviously isn't a TV dinner, more or less a frozen pre-cooked partial meal. Taste wise, there is no difference with the above meal and a similar Chinese to go meal.
      Last edited by sumguy; 03-20-2018 at 05:12 AM.

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      tv dinners. damn. never

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      I know I'm the only one eating frozen partially pre-cooked meals right? Lol.

      I know people don't buy and eat stuff like frozen shrimp, fish, chicken, etc. And make a meal by adding sweet potatoes, broccoli, peas, veggies, cook up some rice and mix these ingredients to make a satisfying meal with a decent amount of protein? And or add a salad to it, Lol.
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      I used to eat the Atkins frozen for lunch at work so I had more time to hit the gym lol. I also tried the Palo meals, and the steamer bowls. Cheap quick eats,

      but now I do my own meal prep, and freeze and eat over the week.


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      I tried a Atkins meal once, the macros where balanced good, but not very tasty. I've eaten a few Paleo meals, not to bad, piece of chix breast was a bit dry, but otherwise fairly unique meal combos. Tried a few steamer bowls also, pretty decent mix of ingredients, beans, rice & veggies.

      Tyson has frozen pre-cooked regular unseasoned & SW style seasoned chix breast pieces that are tasty & moist. Goes well with coconut rice and broccoli, soups & salads. I could see using the Tyson frozen chix for convenience if preparing your own meals for the week.

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      Marie Calendar stuff all tastes like it could be atleast 6 months fresh. Lol. I mean its damn good for a dinner frozen in a box. Actually some of them don't seem like they were frozen.

      I like turkey and dressing and honey chicken is bomb as shit.

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      I just tried Fit kitchen first time this past week. Not the bourbon steak though but I have to say the one I had was bland as wood.

      Macros were pretty good for a TV DINNER though.

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      Got to go with pot pie

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      Hungryman Turkey Dinner. Just because I thought turkey sounded healthy.ahmturk.jpg

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