Barbecue Beef and Broccoli Bowl

Steph Wagner

August 8, 2017

Barbecue Beef and Broccoli Bowl

Barbecue Beef and Broccoli Bowl | Bariatric Recipes | FoodCoach.Me

 

Weight-loss surgery patients…you will nearly laugh when you see how easy this recipes is. Are you ready?

Essentially 3 ingredients + some salt and pepper and you have a DELICIOUS and HIGH PROTEIN dinner on your table. Viola! The perfect bariatric patient meal in just minutes.

Steam a frozen bag of broccoli in the microwave while you brown your meat and add a little low-sugar barbecue sauce and salt and pepper. Layer it together and enjoy! This recipe is also great re-heated so if you’re cooking for one freeze smaller servings of this meal and enjoy it later!

Did you know I have a video course about cooking for one after weight loss surgery? Join the FoodCoach.Me membership and watch it! Membership is free for the first 2 weeks! 

Barbecue sauce can be tricky to find in a lower sugar option. Avoid ones that say “honey, sweet or maple” and look at as many labels as you can until you find the lowest sugar available, ideally under 8 grams of sugar. KC barbecue sauces are known for more sugar and Carolina Style sauces are more vinegar and less sugar. Just as a tip :)

More tips for how to read labels on condiments can be found in my video series “Reading Nutrition Labels After WLS” – join the membership for free for 2 weeks and watch it right away! 

 

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Cuisine American, Stove Top
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Cuisine American, Stove Top
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Instructions
  1. Heat skillet to medium high heat and brown the ground beef. Drain as needed and return to low heat.
  2. Add barbecue sauce and stir to coat. Turn heat to low.
  3. Meanwhile, steam broccoli either in the bag or per package instructions. Drain and season with salt and pepper.
  4. Divide steamed broccoli into serving bowls. Top with barbecue ground beef and serve.
Recipe Notes

This recipe makes 6 servings. Each serving provides an estimated 20 grams protein, 10 grams carbohydrate and 9 grams fat.

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