HCG Diet Plan Recipes

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When you are on the HCG diet plan it can be difficult to imagine much yummy food could result in 500 calories per day. With a little bit of creativity you can peruse the HCG diet recipes so it is easier to stick with the program so you can maximize your results. You want to set yourself up for the best chance at success and finding menus that help you feel full, taste good and are full of flavor for a small amount of calories can really help you reach your weight loss goals.


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Chicken Basil Pesto


As you stick with the HCG diet plan you will find yourself leaning on many herbs and vegetables to add flavor and substance to your food but keep the calorie count low. If you use chicken breast with lemon juice and garlic as the base you already have a nice flavor. The difference in this pesto recipe is due to the lack of oil, typically pesto is made with olive oil which adds a ton of calories to the dish. Instead, use apple cider vinegar, chicken broth and lemon juice along with the basil, garlic and oregano to eliminate the calories and the fat. This gives you a perfect HCG diet recipe.

Ingredients:

4 ounces thinly sliced or whole chicken breast

3 tablespoons lemon juice

Salt and pepper to taste

 

Pesto

3 cloves raw garlic

¼ cup fresh basil leaves

2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar

¼ cup chicken broth or water

2 tablespoons lemon juice

¼ teaspoon dried oregano

Salt and black pepper to taste

 

Marinate chicken in lemon juice, salt and pepper. Fry in a pan until lightly browned and cooked thoroughly.

For the *Pesto Sauce, puree fresh basil, garlic, chicken broth, and lemon juice in a food processor. Add about ½

of the pesto mixture to chicken, add a little water and cook on medium heat coating chicken with pesto mixture.

Add salt and pepper to taste and serve hot. Makes 1 serving (1 protein)

 

*Note: Pesto Sauce may be made by itself and added to vegetables or other protein options. This recipe makes

2-3 servings of pesto sauce.

 

Phase 3 modifications: Add ¼ cup pine nuts or walnuts and ¼ cup Parmesan cheese to the food processor along

with ¼ cup of olive oil. For a creamy pesto, add a little half and half and omit the lemon juice.

Something to avoid when on the HCG Diet Plan ??

Meatballs ?

Yes, you can eat meatballs on the HCG diet plan. You just have to knock down the fat and keep out the oil. To make super flavorful meatballs while using ground chicken you should make use of various spices. Onion, sage, marjoram, thyme, garlic, garlic powder, apple cider vinegar, celery and pepper can all be combined with the meat to provide you with an incredibly rich flavor and only 200 calories. This type of meatball will make you feel full for a long time without overdoing it on the calorie front, making this one of the most “normal” HCG diet recipes out there. If you really want some form of pasta, consider picking up a spinach pasta, but only use a little bit because it still adds the calories on quickly.

Chicken Salad with Apple


Cooked chicken breast tends to be the basis of most HCG diet plan recipes because of the low fat protein option. Chicken also has fewer calories than most other proteins and meats on the market. By mixing a chopped, cooked chicken breast with a diced apple, lemon juice, cinnamon and salt you can make a nice chicken salad. If you prefer a bit more flavor, consider adding some apple cider vinegar. You can serve the chicken salad on butter lettuce to give it a bit more crunch to go with the sweet. You can also wrap it in the lettuce to make a little “sandwich,” and you will still be coming in at close to 100 calories. This makes a great HCG diet plan meal for the road, one of the hardest places to stick with the program. You can pack it and take it with you easily.

Here’s an A-Z List of foods and how many calories they contain.
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Alfalfa Seeds, sprouted, raw 1 Cup 10 1 1
Almonds, slivered 1 Cup 795 28 27
Almonds, whole 1 OZ 165 6 6
Dried Apples 10 Rings 155 42 1
Apple, 2 per pound size 1 Apple 125 32 0
Apple, 3 per pound size 1 Apple 80 21 0
Dried Apricots 1 Cup 310 80 5
Apricots 3 Apricot 50 12 1
Artichokes 1 Artichoke 55 12 3
Asparagus, fresh, cut up 1 Cup 50 9 5
Asparagus, fresh 4 Spears 15 3 2
Avocado’s, California 1 Avocado 305 12 4
Avocado’s, Florida 1 Avocado 340 27 5
B
Banana’s 1 Banana 105 27 1
Banana’s, sliced 1 Cup 140 35 2
Bean Sprouts 1 Cup 30 6 3
Beef Roast, eye of round lean 2.6 OZ 135 0 22
Beef Rib Roast, lean 2.2 OZ 150 0 17
Beef Steak, Sirloin, lean, broiled 2.5 OZ 150 0 22
Beef Steak, Bottom Round, lean 2.8 OZ 175 0 25
Beef Liver, fried 3 OZ 185 7 23
Beets, whole, cooked and drained 2 Beets 30 7 1
Black-Eyed Peas, cooked 1 Cup 190 35 13
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Black Beans, cooked 1 Cup 225 41 15
Blackberries 1 Cup 75 18 1
Blueberries 1 Cup 80 20 1
Brazil Nuts 1 OZ 185 4 4
Broccoli, fresh, raw 1 Spear 40 8 4
Broccoli, fresh, cooked and drained 1 Cup 45 9 5
Broccoli, fresh, cooked and drained 1 Spear 50 10 5
Brussels Sprouts, fresh, cooked 1 Cup 60 13 4
Butter 1 TBSP 100 0 0
C
Cabbage, Bak Choi, cooked 1 Cup 20 3 3
Cabbage, common, cooked 1 Cup 30 7 1
Cabbage, common, raw 1 Cup 15 4 1
Cabbage, Savoy, raw 1 Cup 20 4 1
Cabbage, Red, raw 1 Cup 20 4 1
Cantaloupe 1/2 Melon 95 22 2
Carrot’s, fresh, cooked 1 Cup 70 16 2
Carrot’s, whole, raw 1 Carrot 30 7 1
Cashew Nut’s, dry roasted, salted 1 OZ 165 9 4
Cauliflower, fresh, cooked 1 Cup 30 6 2
Cauliflower, fresh, raw 1 Cup 25 5 2
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Celery, fresh 1 Cup 20 4 1
Celery, fresh 1 Stalk 5 1 0
Cheese Burger, 4 OZ patty 1 Sandwich 525 40 30
Cherries, fresh, raw 10 cherries 500 11 1
Chicken Liver, cooked 1 Liver 30 0 5
Chicken Breast, batter fried 4.9 OZ 365 13 35
Chicken Leg, batter fried 2.5 OZ 195 6 16
Chicken Breast, roasted 3 OZ 140 0 27
Chicken Leg, roasted 1.6 OZ 75 0 12
Chickpeas, cooked, drained 1 Cup 270 45 15
Clams, fresh 3 OZ 65 2 11
Corn on the cob, no salt, no butter 1 Ear 85 19 3
Cucumber, with peel 6 slices 5 1 0
D
Dates 10 Dates 230 61 2
Doughnuts, cake type, plain 1 Doughnut 210 24 3
Duck, flesh only (no skin) 1/2 Duck 445 0 52
E
Eggplant, cooked, steamed 1 Cup 25 6 1
Eggs, fried 1 Egg 90 1 6
Eggs, hard boiled 1 Egg 75 1 6
F
Fig’s, dried 10 figs 475 122 6
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Fish Sandwich, with cheese 1 Sandwich 420 39 16
Flounder or Sole, baked with butter 3 OZ 120 0 16
Flounder or Sole, baked with out butter 3 OZ 80 0 16
G
Gin, Rum, Vodka, Whiskey 80 proof 1.5 Fluid OZ 95 0 0
Gin, Rum, Vodka, Whiskey 90 proof 1.5 Fluid OZ 110 0 0
Grapefruit 1/2 Fruit 40 10 1
Grapes 10 Grapes 40 10 0
Ground Beef, lean, broiled 3 OZ 230 0 21
Ground Beef, regular, broiled 3 OZ 245 0 21
H
Haddock, breaded, fried 3 OZ 175 7 17
Halibut, broiled, with butter 3 OZ 140 0 20
Hamburger, 4 OZ patty 1 Sandwich 445 38 25
Honey Dew Melon 1/10th melon 45 12 1
K
Kiwifruit 1 Kiwi 45 11 1
Kohlrabi, cooked, drained 1 Cup 50 11 3
L
Lamb Rib, lean, roasted 2 OZ 130 0 15
Lamb Chops, Arm, lean, braised 1.7 OZ 135 7 13
Lamb Chops, Loin, lean, broiled 2.3 OZ 140 0 19
Lamb Leg, lean, roasted 2.6 OZ 140 0 20
Lemons 1 Lemon 15 5 1
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Lettuce, Crisphead 1 Head 70 11 5
Loose Leaf Lettuce 1 Cup 10 2 1
Lima Beans, cooked drained 1 Cup 260 49 16
M
Mango’s 1 Mango 135 35 1
Mushrooms, raw 1 Cup 20 3 1
N
Nectarines 1 Nectarine 65 16 1
O
Ocean Perch, batter fried 1 Fillet 185 7 16
Okra Pods, cooked 8 Pods 25 6 2
Onion, raw, chopped 1 Cup 55 12 2
Onion, cooked 1 Cup 60 13 2
Spring Onions 6 Onions 10 2 1
Oranges 1 Orange 60 15 1
Oysters 1 Cup 160 8 20
P
Papaya’s 1 Cup 65 17 1
Parsley 10 Sprigs 5 1 0
Parsnips, cooked 1 Cup 125 30 2
Peaches 1 Peach 35 10 1
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)
Pears, Bartlett 1 Pear 100 25 1
Pear, Bosc 1 Pear 85 21 1
Peppers, Hot Green Chili’s 1 Pepper 20 4 1
Peppers, Hot Red Chili’s 1 Pepper 20 4 1
Green Peppers 1 Pepper 15 3 0
Red Peppers 1 Pepper 15 3 0
Pineapple, diced 1 Cup 75 19 1
Pinto Beans 1 Cup 265 49 15
Plantains, cooked 1 Cup 180 48 1
Plantains, raw 1 Plantain 220 57 2
Plums, 1-1/2 diameter 1 Plum 15 4 0
Plums, 2-1/8 diameter 1 Plum 35 9 1
Popcorn, air popped 1 Cup 30 3 1
Popcorn, popped in oil 1 Cup 55 3 1
Food Description Serving Size Calories Carbohydrates (Grams) Protein (Grams)

Beginning is HARD, Don’t Give Up!!

Please make use of the PDF files on top of the page. You can download these and pick your favourite hcg diet plan recipes and cook them at home. Every day a different one. You can be sure that the calorie intake fits inside the recommended guidelines set by Dr. Simeons and Kevin Trudeau for the HCG Diet. Following the strict calorie intake plan can be hard at times. Especially in the beginning it will need some times for the HCG introduced in your bloodstream to become effective. This is a time when serious dieters are separated from weak personalities. I can guarantee you that you will reap the benefits if you can stay put during the hardship of the first days.

Do not find excuses for yourself to stray of the HCG diet plan. If you go to parties be aware how much calories are contained in a beer. Rather stick with a wine spritzer instead. If your partner is not actively dieting try to involve him/her too since it will make it easier for you and you will not be pulled into the couch and chip laziness that easily develops among couples with an evening movie. Good luck to you, i am sure you can make it. And remember that these homeopathic hcg drops do not contain ANY hcg (human chorionic gonadotropin) at all. The substance just cannot stay stable in that liquid they come in. That is why I posted the link to the HCG Injections above, since these products are the real thing and easily obtained without paperwork.

One comment on “HCG Diet Plan Recipes
  1. Peggy Blanton says:

    I would like to have a basil pesto recipe. How much of ????

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The HCG diet like all other diets is most successful when you stick with reasonable eating habits after the diet is complete. You need to always be vigilant about what you are eating. This does not mean you can’t indulge every once in a while but you need to truly see it as a “treat.” Discipline is key to finding and maintaining a comfortable weight and in exchange your body becomes a more effective machine, one that will do what you want it to do. By taking control of your weight with the HCG diet you can turn it around and then only have to worry about maintenance, which can include a few stints on HCG a year.