Cream of Wheat Pancakes.
Cream of Wheat Pancakes.
Strawberries and splenda. Frozen and then thawed strawberries work best because they are nice and juicy so the juice masks the unpleasant side of the cottage cheese flavor.
Before I leave for work I'll throw a cup of frozen strawberries is with a cup of cottage cheese, and by the time I get to work the strawberries are thawed enough to be juicy but still frozen enough so that I can cut them into little bits with a spoon. If they thaw completely they don't cut easily. When I eat them at home I'll nuke the berries for thirty seconds or so and then throw in the cheese.
Try it. It has a sweet dessert type flavor that makes you feel like you are getting away with something.
Obviously sugar would work instead of splenda, but I try to keep the carbs down.
Eat the full fat stuff. It's good. 2% isn't bad either, but fat free is pretty gross.
Wear something tasteful that accentuates your more attractive parts.
One of the best things you can do is drain the cottage cheese before you eat it. The curd tastes fine, but the slimy stuff it floats in I could do without. Just dollop some in to a strainer, spread it out a bit with a spoon, and leave it in your sink for about 5 minutes. Makes it much more appetizing. Just don't be tempted to rush the process and rinse with water - it washes all the flavour away.
Once you've drained the cottage cheese, try mixing in a bit of Ceasar or Ranch dressing or any other salad dressing you like. You don't need much to get a good flavour, and if you use a yogurt-based dressing like the Bolthouse ones, the fat content is reasonable.
Also, if you are going to try the mandarin orange thing, toss a few almonds in there too. Much tastier, and a good protien breakfast.
If worse comes to worse, puree the stuff in a food processor and make dip. Dump a tub into your blender and add a packet of dry veggie soup mix or french onion soup mix, then leave in the fridge to blend for a few hours. Tasty with veggies.
If you have time, puree it in a blender to take the chunks out(thats the gross part), you can add whatever fruit, or honey, or whatever sweetener you want at that point. Savory, you can go w/ chopped fresh tomato, onion(jalapeno), lime juice and salt and pepper.
This usually on a slice of toasted whole grain, with chicken or turkeyQuote:
Originally Posted by Bearf*cker
I usually just add fresh fruits. My personal favorite is strawberries or clementines.
Add jam or jelly. Mixes in great and covers up any nasty taste. I like Polaner, just need a bit to mix throughout the cottage cheese.
cottage cheese + peanut butter + maltodrexin + blue berries + a bit of splenda + blender == awesomeness.