The health coach shares her delicious recipe for a McDonald’s Big Mac with a 100-calorie shave: “It tastes exactly the same and it’s lighter.”
- A female nutrition coach shared her easy recipe for a Big Mac
- Chloe, of the Sunshine Coast, said her homemade burger has 33 grams of protein
- She posted the recipe on her famous Instagram page, which attracted dozens of likes
- The burger contains eight ingredients and is 100 calories lighter than the real thing
A health and fitness expert shared their recipe for a Big Mac that’s high in protein and low in calories.
Posting on her popular Instagram page, women’s nutrition coach Chloe said her burger contains only 475 calories, nearly 100 calories lighter than the real version, and contains fresh, nutritious ingredients.
One Sunshine Coast health enthusiast wrote in the post: ‘It tastes so great, plus it doesn’t make me feel tight in my guts and still feels a bit hungry’.
A health coach shared her guilt-free high protein recipe for a homemade Big Mac using only eight ingredients
Chloe, a nutritionist at the Sunshine Coast (pictured), said her burger contains only 475 calories which are 100 calories lighter than the real version, and contain fresh, nutritious ingredients.
Chloe’s homemade Big Mac uses only eight ingredients that can be bought at any major supermarket including ground beef, brioche buns, burger flakes, pickles, cheese slices, lettuce, and sauce.
I started by molding ground beef into burger patties by separating them into two round balls and flattening them on non-stick paper.
In all, the flavor-packed burger contains a total of 475 calories, 39.4 grams of carbs, just 20 grams of fat and 32.9 grams of protein.
Season the chloe pancakes generously with salt and pepper and fry in a nonstick skillet, turning over after a minute or two.
Flatten them again with your spoon to keep them nice and flat. Flip them over after a minute or two, they will hold their shape well, and I have no problem with them not staying together.
While the patties are cooking, chop the lettuce and chop the onion into cubes and set it aside.
Once the patties are done, Chloe suggests toasting the brioche buns in the pan with the inside facing down and assembling her burgers.
She adds lettuce, cheese, pie, onions, thin burgers, sauce, pickles, another slice and more lettuce between the buns to make it look like a real Big Mac.
In all, the flavor-packed burger contains a total of 475 calories, 39.4 grams of carbs, just 20 grams of fat, and 32.9 grams of protein.
Many of Chloe’s 37,100 followers liked this simple, guilt-free recipe and said they were eager to try it out for themselves.
‘My God! Someone joked: “If I can find lettuce, that’s all I’m eating this weekend.
“Oh my gosh, I can relate to this, home cooking takes any day! Thanks so much for sharing your tips because it helps me so much with ideas,” another wrote.
The Recipe: How to Make Chloe’s High-Protein Big Mac ‘Fake’
- Aldi Brioche Cake
- Thin tip top burger
- Minced Beef Coles Low Fat
- Cos or Iceberg Lettuce
- Cheese Slices
- brown onion
- Burger Coles Special Sauce
1. Turn the ground beef into two round pieces, just roll them into a ball and spread them out on non-stick paper. Season both sides generously with salt and pepper.
2. Finely chop the lettuce and onion and set aside.
3. In a non-stick skillet over medium heat, make the pan nice and hot and add the pancakes, flattening them again using your spatula to keep them nice and flat. Flip them over after a minute or two, and they will hold their shape nicely.
4. You can lightly roast the muffins in the pan as well, this is optional.
5. Top the burgers with the sauce, lettuce, onions, pickles, cheese, patty and chips – making sure the thinner is in the middle.
source: Cockin with Chloe/ Instagram