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Old 06-09-2008, 05:43 AM   #301
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Barb- How do you make that quiche? I love quiche & it looks fantastic! Thank you!
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I adapted the recipe from Fran McCullough's "The Low-Carb Cookbook" It's super easy!!

6 eggs
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup grated cheese (I used cheddar)
salt and pepper

Then I added some stuff
1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese
a handful of frozen pepper/onion medley
a handful of frozen spinach
a handful of diced ham
about 1/2 tsp. garlic powder

Preheat oven to 350F and butter your baking dish. Beat eggs, cream salt, pepper, garlic powder together in a large bowl. Add cheeses. In a large skillet, saute veggies and ham until the veggies are thawed and everything is warmed through. Add to egg mixture. Pour in prepared baking dish and bake for 40 min. or until set and nicely browned.

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Food Porn lurker here.... but I had to come out to say that looks FANTASTIC, thanks for the recipe.
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Before adding stir-ins, but post-baking, with side garnishes.


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Crispy, Zero carb snack

OK. I have been trolling the board for about 2 weeks now and I particularly love this thread. I tried the Egg Drop Soup and it was fab! My kids loved it too. I am only going on Atkins because I know how good I felt on it a few years ago and I need to get my energy back. I am not really trying to lose weight, just burn fat.

I am looking for a quick, crunchy, 0 carb snack. Any ideas? I try to stay away from pork so the pepperoni and fried pork rinds are not really a viable option.

Any takers? Oh, and WOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!
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I love that egg drop soup!!! I actually want to make some tonight (yum yum!)

I can't think of any zero carb but some low carb crunchys could be:
zuchinni or cauliflower chips
cheese chips (although for probably lower carb you could get zuchinni or cauliflower chips)
raw veggies (cauliflower, broccoli, celery)

Those are my favorites for crunchy LC goodness.
Good luck!
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Flax crackers are also 0 net carbs and you're allowed 2 Tbsp per day on induction as needed for fiber.

I lurve crunchy, LC goodness. LOL! (Taking from Jenn)
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Jenn, Did you go to SFSU? My sister went there. How cool is that? Thanks for the ideas.
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How about a raw veggie tray for crunchy?? Or pickles?
Or Fresh green peppers are my favorite, refreshing kinda crunch!
Other than that - I have been back on a microwave cheese kick for my crunch lately.


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How about a raw veggie tray for crunchy?? Or pickles?
Or Fresh green peppers are my favorite, refreshing kinda crunch!
Other than that - I have been back on a microwave cheese kick for my crunch lately.


O.M.G.................drowning in drool here........







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It all sounds so great. Of course, my body can only take so much cheese in a day!

I tried frying pickles using a recipe here, but cannot get the *ahem* pork rind batter to stick. Any ideas?
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How about a raw veggie tray for crunchy?? Or pickles?
Or Fresh green peppers are my favorite, refreshing kinda crunch!
Other than that - I have been back on a microwave cheese kick for my crunch lately.


Try dredging the cheese squares in spices before nuking. We LOVE a mixture of salt, pepper and garam masala. Tastes like Indian snacks!

Or chili powder and cumin, salt & pepper... or garlic powder... or onion powder... you get the idea! They are great!
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Try dredging the cheese squares in spices before nuking. We LOVE a mixture of salt, pepper and garam masala. Tastes like Indian snacks!

Or chili powder and cumin, salt & pepper... or garlic powder... or onion powder... you get the idea! They are great!
Mmmmm, hmmmmmm......
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YUM! Love the idea of Indian spices on the cheese crisps, thanks for the tip!!
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RevJoel: Actually, I'm a student at SFASU (again) right now. Pretty cool that your sis went there too!

Barb: I've been in love with this roasted garlic spice mix... I think I'll try that on some cheese tonight. I bought some baby swiss to try as chips. My parents LOVE LOVE LOVE them and tell me all the time to try it.
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ETA: Omit the salt if you try these or at least reduce it significantly. Whew! I tried his flavor mix and yowzy.. WAAAAY too much salt. YIKES!

Sounds yummy! George Stella does his with 1/2 t. salt (use way less than this tho IMHO), 1/8 t. chili powder and 1/8 t. garlic powder for 2 slices of cheese (32 crackers) and calls 'em Goldfish Crackers, though he does his in the oven. Course I don't know why someone would wanna turn the oven on in this heat when the microwave works so well! But then he also says this is 4 servings too. Yeah, right!

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Or chili powder and cumin, salt & pepper... or garlic powder... or onion powder... you get the idea! They are great!

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Looking for these recipes.... :)

Hi all I'm loving all the food on this thread....and am collecting recipes to add to my staples as I'm just beginning.

Could anyone please post me the recipes or direct me to these ones? TIA

Egg Drop Soup

Hollandaise Sauce

Bernaise Sauce

BBQ Sauce

Cheesecake (reg. and chocolate)

BBQ Chicken Wings

Honey Garlic Chicken Wings

Your FAVE veggie recipes (I need a good plan for veggies as I tend not to eat them and then I'll end up loading up on meats and dairy...which won't be good and I really want induction and OWL to work)

THANKS!!!!
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Here's one for cheesecake. I guess with portion control it's induction legal?? Well, depending on what WOE you are doing. I have not tried it yet but someone in my group did and said it is excellent. It's on my list to do. I think the source is a member named Prozac, but someone please correct me if I'm wrong?

LC Cheesecake

here is my cheesecake recipe, tweaked to be SF from a totally awesome recipe of a friend. it has never let me down, never had ANYONE NOT ASK for seconds LOL and on this WOE it can actually be eaten for BREAKFAST!

it is better than the cheesecake cafe's SF cheesecake, by a long shot:

2pk (8oz size) cream cheese room temp
4 large eggs separated
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup splenda (you can use even less depending on your sweetness tolerance)

Topping:

1/2 cup whipping cream
½ cup sour cream
1 tsp vanilla
2 tablespoons Splenda


Blend the cheese, vanilla, splenda and egg yolks in one bowl.

Whip the egg whites until stiff in a separate bowl.

Fold together and mix well.

Pour into a greased 8x8 cake pan (I don't own a spring form pan) I spray with pam, and then sprinkle a bit of splenda over the pam.

*IMPORTANT instructions: Pour the mixture into the cake pan, and place in preheated 350° oven. Turn the oven down to 300° and bake for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes turn OFF the oven but leave the cheesecake in to finish baking... (if it comes out browned, it still tastes fine, but you might want to lessen the baking time a little next time)

While the cake is cooling, whip up 1/2 cup of whipping cream, and fold it into 1/2 cup of sour cream.... add 1 tsp of vanilla and 2TBP of splenda (or more to taste, i do not need a lot of sweet). Spread the topping over the cake, cover with foil and place in the fridge until completely cooled.

IT IS 3,000% BETTER THE NEXT DAY!



The cake is fine without the topping, but if you can afford the extra carbs, it is a SPECTACULAR TREAT!!! I served it to my inlaws and kids with a tsp of splenda sweetened strawberry jam (smuckers) I like it just alone.


It works out to about 40 (or more if you use more splenda) grams/carbs PER CAKE so you'd have to do the math on serving size.... 8 pieces is a good serving size: for 8 servings that is about 5 carbs per serving, without the topping it is about 4 carbs per serving.

Enjoy! And don't overcook it

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Hi all I'm loving all the food on this thread....and am collecting recipes to add to my staples as I'm just beginning.

Could anyone please post me the recipes or direct me to these ones? TIA

Egg Drop Soup

Hollandaise Sauce

Bernaise Sauce

BBQ Sauce

Cheesecake (reg. and chocolate)

BBQ Chicken Wings

Honey Garlic Chicken Wings

Your FAVE veggie recipes (I need a good plan for veggies as I tend not to eat them and then I'll end up loading up on meats and dairy...which won't be good and I really want induction and OWL to work)

THANKS!!!!
Get thou to the recipe forum the good stuff in there will blow your mind.

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Here's one for cheesecake. I guess with portion control it's induction legal?? Well, depending on what WOE you are doing. I have not tried it yet but someone in my group did and said it is excellent. It's on my list to do. I think the source is a member named Prozac, but someone please correct me if I'm wrong?

LC Cheesecake

here is my cheesecake recipe, tweaked to be SF from a totally awesome recipe of a friend. it has never let me down, never had ANYONE NOT ASK for seconds LOL and on this WOE it can actually be eaten for BREAKFAST!

it is better than the cheesecake cafe's SF cheesecake, by a long shot:

2pk (8oz size) cream cheese room temp
4 large eggs separated
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup splenda (you can use even less depending on your sweetness tolerance)

Topping:

1/2 cup whipping cream
½ cup sour cream
1 tsp vanilla
2 tablespoons Splenda


Blend the cheese, vanilla, splenda and egg yolks in one bowl.

Whip the egg whites until stiff in a separate bowl.

Fold together and mix well.

Pour into a greased 8x8 cake pan (I don't own a spring form pan) I spray with pam, and then sprinkle a bit of splenda over the pam.

*IMPORTANT instructions: Pour the mixture into the cake pan, and place in preheated 350° oven. Turn the oven down to 300° and bake for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes turn OFF the oven but leave the cheesecake in to finish baking... (if it comes out browned, it still tastes fine, but you might want to lessen the baking time a little next time)

While the cake is cooling, whip up 1/2 cup of whipping cream, and fold it into 1/2 cup of sour cream.... add 1 tsp of vanilla and 2TBP of splenda (or more to taste, i do not need a lot of sweet). Spread the topping over the cake, cover with foil and place in the fridge until completely cooled.

IT IS 3,000% BETTER THE NEXT DAY!



The cake is fine without the topping, but if you can afford the extra carbs, it is a SPECTACULAR TREAT!!! I served it to my inlaws and kids with a tsp of splenda sweetened strawberry jam (smuckers) I like it just alone.


It works out to about 40 (or more if you use more splenda) grams/carbs PER CAKE so you'd have to do the math on serving size.... 8 pieces is a good serving size: for 8 servings that is about 5 carbs per serving, without the topping it is about 4 carbs per serving.

Enjoy! And don't overcook it
AWESOME...this sounds delish!! I will copy it into my collection, thanks
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Thanks Jenna I need to find a really good Alfredo Sauce recipe and Beef Stroganoff one too
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