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HCg P3 Ice Cream Sandwich
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This group is for recipes for those of us HCg & HHCg users. HCg is a Very Low Calorie Diet (VLCD). You may place Protocol recipes in this group. Also, If you care to place Rouge Items you may do so but please note that if you use a rogue item, indicate that it is a rogue item. Many HGc users have a different weight gain or loss due to rogue items. Some people lose weight and other gain or stall. This group may also share secrets or ideas to help others in when and how to get by during stalls or gains such as apple days, steak days and egg days. Most important, lets share our HCg Journey with anyone who would like to join or show interest in weight Management. We welcome everyone to share any Protocol Phase 2 or Phase 3 meal so that everyone can experiance a pleasent change in the proper foods that we should have during our Rounds. If you have a great receipe but its not for HCg, please add it to another group that looks for those recipes but if your not an HCg user, you are still welcome to try these heathy meals to help you in your weight management. This site is strickly for Protocol but may include a Rouge Item. Also note that anyone on P2 or P3 that is trying a rogue item is trying them at your own risk. Remember, you can't go wrong sticking to Protocol. Finally, lets have some fun and feel free to express what you think of each recipe so that others will have an opportunity to try something different. Pictures of you meal are always appreciated.

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HCg P3 Ice Cream Sandwich

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Who said dieting had to be boring...
Who could use a little cooling off? I know I could! Try this recipe and
shave off over 30 grams of sugar! A traditional Ice Cream sandwich has
200 calories and over 40 carbohydrates.

Sandwich:
1/2 cup vanilla whey (Jay Robb...no sugar)
3/4 cup almond flour (doesn't need to be blanched, but helps:)
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon iodized sea salt
1/4 cup butter
4 teaspoons Truvia (or a few drops of stevia glycerite)
4 TBS cocoa powder
2 TBS vanilla almond milk OR water(just enough to hold dough together)

Preheat
the oven to 350 degrees F (200 degrees C). In a medium bowl, stir
together the whey, almond flour, cocoa, baking soda and salt. Cut in the
butter using a pastry blender or your fingers until the butter lumps
are smaller than peas. Stir in the almond milk and sweetener to form a
stiff dough. On a cookie sheet, place 1/4 inch thick rectangles 2 inches
apart. I used my hands to shape into rectangles (about 2 inches wide,
by 4 inches long). Bake for 12-14 minutes in the preheated oven, until
edges are lightly browned. Cool in oven to crisp up.

Nutritional Info for the WHOLE Batch (using Truvia): 995 calories, 19 carbs, 9 fiber

Ice Cream Filling:
2 oz heavy cream
2 oz cream cheese
3 TBS Natural creamy peanut butter (OR use 3 more TBS of cream cheese)
2-4 TBS of Truvia or (2 TBS erythritol and 1/2 tsp stevia glycerite)

In
a medium sized bowl, mix heavy cream with a mixer until it forms stiff
peaks. Do not over-beat or it will turn into butter! Set the cream
aside. Beat cream cheese, sweetener, and peanut butter until the mixture
is smooth and clump free. Test for sweetness. It should be a bit
sweeter than you want the finished product. Using a spatula, gently fold
cream cheese into the whipped cream. Freeze for 1/2 hour. Once it has
hardened enough to handle, remove from freezer and fill in between 2
"cookies." Place back in freezer to set for 1/2 hour. Excuse me, I just
drooled all over my keyboard!

Bon Appetit
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