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      You rock! Thanks so much. I’ll start with getting my ingredients

      local to make sure my girls will drink the homemade version before

      buying the stuff on line.

      — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “nowurcooking75”

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      > > > Hi, Marie

      >

      > I usually make my breakfast drinks with whey powder, milk, small

      > amount of Nestle Quik powder, and a little bit of ice to make mine.

      I

      > have different flavors of whey that I use depending on my mood. I

      > also sneak in some veggies and frozen fruits in if I have the time.

      I

      > buy my whey powder from http://www.nutritionexpress.com I have found that

      > Fitness Labs WheyFit powder to be a lot less expensive than GNC and

      > other brands. Hope this helps.

      >

      > This one’s from https://www.budget101.com/Mixes/rec12.htm

      >

      > Instant Breakfast Drink Mix

      >

      > 1 – 3 oz box instant vanilla, or chocolate or butterscotch pudding

      > 1/3 cup sugar

      > 12 scoops protein powder

      > 6 cups instant dry milk powder

      > 2 tsp vanilla powder

      >

      > Combine all, blend well.

      >

      > Attach Tag:

      > Blend 1 c. Ice Water & 1/3 c. mix, blend well.

      Add fresh fruit for

      a

      > change of pace.

      >

      >

      > * Exported from MasterCook *

      >

      > Camping – Instant Breakfast

      >

      > Recipe By :

      > Serving Size : 0 Preparation Time :0:00

      > Categories :

      >

      > Amount Measure Ingredient — Preparation Method

      >
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      .

      .

      > 1/3 cup powdered milk

      > 2 tablespoons Tang orange crystals

      > 1 tablespoon brown sugar

      > 1 tablespoon egg white powder

      >

      > At home, mix the above ingredients in a small ziploc bag (snack

      size

      > will work fine).

      >

      > Label the bag: “Add 1 cup water”.

      >

      > At camp, put water in a cup and stir in contents of bag.

      >

      > Description:

      > “Use this instant breakfast when you are camping. Make up a bunch

      > of bags in advance. And at home, you can mix this up to use in

      place

      > of other instant breakfast products.”

      > S(Internet Address):

      > “”

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      > Per Serving (excluding unknown items): 246 Calories; 11g Fat (41.3%

      > calories from fat); 11g Protein; 25g Carbohydrate; 0g Dietary

      Fiber;

      > 41mg Cholesterol; 162mg Sodium. Exchanges: 1 1/2 Non-Fat Milk; 2

      1/2

      > Fat; 1/2 Other Carbohydrates.

      >

      > NOTES : I have not tried this.

      >

      > Nutr. Assoc. : 0 0 0 0

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