You only listed post workout food? Are you training in the morning on an empty stomach? Not the best plan if so.
I personally wouldn’t shy away from full fat bacon and whole milk. I’ve had success in the past with having a pint of whole milk and two slices of bread after every meal. If your relatively lean and tolerate carbs well it’s a great strategy.
3400cals with nearly 400g of carbs is a pretty significant day of eating. Your current height and weight (and bodyfat or a picture) are going to be a big indicator to see if you’re close with this estimate.
don’t have a current pic however bodyweight about 190 pounds and I’m 6ft 1
Training history - have lifted weights on and off for about 10 years. Never really followed it through for more than 6 months or so but in my mid twenties got about 8 months of good training and nutrition and got to a very respectable size. The diet above is a trimmed down version of what I was eating then as I was working in a builders yard so was burning more calories a day than I do now sitting at a desk
Seems decent to me. Definitely the kind of macro split I use myself, food choices seem good too. One tweak I would suggest is having your post workout carb during training with a couple of serves of BCAAs as well as pre and post. Carbs and BCAAs while training were a real game changer for me.
No problem man. Ok so you’re a big lad. Just wanted to make sure you were 5’8" 160lbs and hoping to lean bulk on 3400cals.
Food choices are solid, you’re hitting your protein and your fats aren’t too low. I would say stay on it consistently for a month or so making sure to check your weight along the ride. If you gain a little too fast, cut back a bit, if you aren’t seeing the scale move, you can up it a bit.