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Old 10-07-2008, 11:17 AM   #481
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Hello everyone....I wish I lived with any one of you....that would be so great...now, where do I find all these great looking recipes? YUM!
Heres the pizza - add whatever toppings you want



Thin and Crispy Pizza Crust
Heat oven to 450 degrees
In a bowl thoroughly combine
3 eggs
3 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp basil
press evenly into Pam sprayed pizza pan or cookie sheet
(this makes one 16 inch pizza crust)

Bake at 450 degrees until golden brown (about 10 to 15 minutes)

Add pizza sauce ( I buy the lowest carb kind), toppings, broil until done

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Here's the quiche, you can tweak this too...
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
sauteed onion, with musrooms,
a handful of frozen spinach
a handful of diced ham or crumbled bacon
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.

Usually a recipe follows the picture, scroll back a page, I made a delish chicken and spinache dish last night.

Here are some links too or you can google LC recipes.

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Old 10-07-2008, 11:26 AM   #482
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Hello everyone....I wish I lived with any one of you....that would be so great...now, where do I find all these great looking recipes? YUM!
What saved me was findinf LC recipes and spending more time in the kitchen. Sometimes I have no time for baking so Ibuy Bryers LC ice cream, 4 net carbs per serving or Russell Stover SF chocolates. If I don't have good food and treats I find it hard to stay committed. Do you have the Jello fluff recipe, it was a life saver many times. My favorite is orange cause it tastes like an orange creamcicle.


JELLO FLUFF
1 small package sugar free jello, any flavor
4 ounces cream cheese, softened
About 2 cups ice cubes

In a medium bowl, dissolve the jello in 1 cup boiling water, stirring 3 minutes. Add 1 1/2-2 cups ice cubes and stir until the jello starts to thicken; about 3 minutes. Remove any unmelted ice. In a small bowl, beat the cream cheese with a mixer until smooth. Add a small amount of the jello (2 tablespoon or so) to the cream cheese. Beat until smooth and creamy. Add the cheese mixture to the rest of the jello; beat on high until foamy. Pour into servings dishes and chill until set.

Makes 4 servings
Do not freeze

Per Serving: 105 Calories; 10g Fat; 4g Protein; 2g Carbohydrate; 0g Dietary Fiber; 2g Net Carbs
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Wow Goodin - thank you so much! These look so good...the jello fluff is just what I was looking for. Does anyone know if there is a cheescake thread, or recipe? Thanks for giving me new food ideas...
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I saw some cheese cakes here, but can't remember which page...here is the popular cream cheese muffins. Google low Carb cheesecake and there should be many to chose from.

super easy, pick your sweetner cause we all use something different.

16 oz cream cheese
2 eggs
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
1/2 cup sweetener ( I use the liquid sucralose to save 12 carbs)

Soften the cream cheese for 40 sec in the microwave. Add other ingredients and mix it all together. Place batter into 12 muffin cups and bake at 350 for 20 minutes. They'll rise up, then fall down and get really dense- they're like little mini cheesecakes.

You could use any sf syrup (davinci, torani). If you use vanilla flavor, you could probably skip the extract.

You could soften a few ounces of cream cheese in the microwave, add a couple of packs or drops of Splenda and some extract as icing to these.

I ate these during induction and lost 15 in 2 weeks.

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Sometimes I think I could be a vegetarian when it comes to handling meat.
Have you tired the spinach quiche? It's inuduction safe. If not I'll post it for you. I love it, my daughter and her boyfriend made it for his parents a week ago. We have it at least once every 10 days and it's a great breakfast, heats up well in the microwave.

I thought I had a picture, but don't

Here is LC pizza made with egg/cheese crust.

That pizza looks great!! I'm drooling over her! I eat quiche every morning but I'm going to try it with spinach, I usually just have broccoli
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Too funny Good, you spread out your pepperoni's all even just like i do!!! I used to peel off all the pepperoni's off of a frozen pizza and rearrange them too!
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This pizza is too easy for you not to make and treat yourself. Imagine never having to put your hands in dough. My kids love it. My DD made is for my 15 yr old DS while we were on vacation. He's lost 40 since June.

Lovin that Baby!!
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Too funny Good, you spread out your pepperoni's all even just like i do!!! I used to peel off all the pepperoni's off of a frozen pizza and rearrange them too!
Hey Snix!! LOL Yeah, I try and make it pretty!

Gosh, go back some pages, really cool recipes and pics. I'm going to run to the store, just Walgreens. I need to get dishwashing liquid, maybe they'll have unsweetened coconut, I was thinking about trying to make SF macaroons later.

Oh yeah, the frozen, I did that too!!!

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This pizza is too easy for you not to make and treat yourself. Imagine never having to put your hands in dough. My kids love it. My DD made is for my 15 yr old DS while we were on vacation. He's lost 40 since June.

Lovin that Baby!!
I'm gonna def try it on Friday it looks sooo good!
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That was the first one I ever made. I made one a couple of days ago with just pepperoni, mushrroms and cheese. I used what I had here for that one...chicken italian sausage, turkey pepperoni, olives, some stuff I usually dont have on hand.

There is one that you use cauliflower or zuchinni in the crust, this one is easier, but I do plan on trying the others.
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Okay - I don't know if I should fall for all this.....this cannot be legal food - and still lose weight????? I definitely have been doing something wrong...
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that pizza crust looks AMAZING!!!! maybe thursday night football/pizza nights are back!
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Does anyone have counts for carbs, fats, protein, etc. for the pizza?
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Does anyone have counts for carbs, fats, protein, etc. for the pizza?

Yes, these are legal food. The pizza crust is eggs and cheese, you dicide on toppings. I used mushrooms, a few olives and meats. You can't eat the whole thing, and 2 slices is enough for most people. As long as you watch how much you consume you are fine. These are well known recipes in the LC community. The cream cheese muffins are 2 carbs eacg from the eggs and cheese, my recipe always makes about 16-18 so mine are less than 2 carbs.

No idea on total counts for the pizza. I don't count anything but carbs.
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Okay - I don't know if I should fall for all this.....this cannot be legal food - and still lose weight????? I definitely have been doing something wrong...
I've been eatinng these foods since June and am down 45 lbs, not a big water drinker and zero excersise thus far...foot problem

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Goodin - what the heck is wrong with me? Can I not get the old high fat mentality out of my head.....I need to try and not listen to my mother, daughter....they are skinny and all no-fat people...they think I'm crazy for eating meats, butter, cream, etc...I think they are part of my problem cause then I start questioning what I'm doing. To do well, I need no sugar.

45 pounds!!!!! Congratulations and that is not that long..I am amazed.
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that pizza crust looks AMAZING!!!! maybe thursday night football/pizza nights are back!

Wendy, I see your Livin La Vida Plan, Jimmy Moore really helped me get motivated to start LC. My Mom put me on LC as a teen (1977) and I lost 9 pounds, after that as an adult I couldn't stick 24 hours. I googled LC and found him on youtube, his videos really made a difference in my life.
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Goodin - what the heck is wrong with me? Can I not get the old high fat mentality out of my head.....I need to try and not listen to my mother, daughter....they are skinny and all no-fat people...they think I'm crazy for eating meats, butter, cream, etc...I think they are part of my problem cause then I start questioning what I'm doing. To do well, I need no sugar.

45 pounds!!!!! Congratulations and that is not that long..I am amazed.
Jane, if I can do it so can you. If you go through the last pages you'll see Pebbles, 23 years old, lost 33 and just met here a couple of months back when we started the Bringing Sexy back Challenge. We all eat the same kind of foods, there have been a few cheats in the past few months...a favorite meal dining out after the end of a challenge, but for the most part we stick to 20 carbs or less a day. Forget the high fat hype...I've lost weight on every diet and gained back plus some. After 3 days on LC I had no more cravings and the best thing about fats and priens is theyu sustain you until the next meal...less cravings and cheating. You can do it, just stay with this community.
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Jane - I am with you on the no sugar... I havent had any migraines since cutting out sugar either. I find that I can be a little more liberal with carbs as long as I dont do sugar. by that I mean maybe a serving of beans or something on occasion. I usually try to stick to around 20. Sorry if that was confusing.

Goodin - I do love Jimmy Moore! He is an inspiration. I am kinda doing my own low carb thing with a little of everyone else tied in ya know? I guess I have done this enough to know what works for my body and what doesnt. I know that I feel like CRAP when I stray and that is what I have to remind myself when I feel like I wont live without some chocolate or whatever the poison may be
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I stay 20 too and do my own thing. I think I had steak and cantaloup on day 3, but it didn't hurt because I watch what I take in.

Yes, thos darlings do count as exercise!!

I'm making oopsies so DS and I can hold our chicken salad tonight. lol Might try making an almond cookie. I use liquid Spenda (sucralose). As my neighbor there in GA. I'm sure you like your ice tea. I have not missed sugar since I started using liq sucralose, I started out with stevia and I could have lived with it had I not found sucralose.

Better check the oven!
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Dinner sounds great, Sam!

Here's something I made tonight. All induction safe I think about you could tweak it per your tastes. I didnt have mushrooms or I would have used them too.








Brown 1/2 onion in about 4 TBS oil
with 1 clove garlic, optional
add chopped chicken about 6 breasts, cook on medium high until brown
add 1 box spinach, squeeze out water
add a handful of chopped roasted tomatoes
6-8 slices chopped proscuitto (ham or crumbled bacon would work)
16 oz heavy cream
1 tsp garlic powder
1 stick butter
2-3 oz of cream cheese
1 cup parmesan cheese shredded
Salt/pepper to taste

Blend thoroughly until al cheese melts and it gets bubbly. Simmer 20-30 minutes.

Serve over rice, pasta, or riced cauliflower...that's what I had.
This look yummy!
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This look yummy!

Make it, hun. I had leftovers for lunch. Put in what you like best, nothing ever has to be exact in a recipe...well most times.
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After Induction try these. I made them today and they are the best no frills cookies I've made thus far.

The whole house smells like cookies!!

Here is what I did.


Beat 2 egg yolks with blender - almost 2 carbs

add 2 ounces cream cheese, blend, blend, blend

add 1/2 stick softened butter, not melted ( I had salted and tastes fine)

2 TBS Davincis syrup (I had French Vanilla)

1/2 tsp Liq. Splenda or equivalent = 1/3 cup granualar (8 carbs) - I always taste my batter just too be sure it's sweet enough.

Stir in 1 cup blanched almond flour, if you use unblanched it may be too dry, this is whats been happening with me. = 12 net carbs ( 6 carbs per 1/4 cup - 3 fiber)

Drop from teaspoon on parchment paper

Bake at 350 until light golden brown. Does not taste eggy, does not taste of cream cheese at all.

I think you could use any flavor of syrup or extract. Would be good as a lemon cookie too. If you decide to use Liq Spenda and not Davincis, then just use extra splenda and 1 TBS extract.


14 carbs per batch, made 12 nice size cookies at just over 1 carb each. Please make these, they aren't so weird tasting.






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Goodinlife - those look wonderful! So many more goodies to look forward to once I'm done with induction. I wonder how the cookies would be with unsweetened coconut added. I Love coconut so I'm always trying to add it to everything I can! LOL
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Hi everybody! It's cool to see my pizza crust recipe (eggs & Cheese) has made its way over here!

I think Linda Sue has it on her site with all the counts.

I have a few of these variations on my blog, and others are in the recipe forum, as well.

Also, Charski has a variation called cheesy buns, that act as a sandwich holder (for lack of a better description).

That's on my blog and on the recipe forum as well!

Carry on.
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Remember-- almond flour is not allowed on induction

This thread is in an induction forum, so when you publish a recipe, let's not confuse new atkineers by promising them nut flours.

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Goodinlife - those look wonderful! So many more goodies to look forward to once I'm done with induction. I wonder how the cookies would be with unsweetened coconut added. I Love coconut so I'm always trying to add it to everything I can! LOL
I actually hoped Walgreens had coconut but they didn't. wanted to stay out of the grocery store today. They are good as is, really. And something easy without too many ingredients.
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Hi everybody! It's cool to see my pizza crust recipe (eggs & Cheese) has made its way over here!

I think Linda Sue has it on her site with all the counts.

I have a few of these variations on my blog, and others are in the recipe forum, as well.

Also, Charski has a variation called cheesy buns, that act as a sandwich holder (for lack of a better description).

That's on my blog and on the recipe forum as well!

Carry on.
Hi there, nice to meet you! I'll have to check out your bog. I have yet to try one of Linda's recipes, I pass her link around, but I will in the future even if it means just getting an idea.
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Remember-- almond flour is not allowed on induction

This thread is in an induction forum, so when you publish a recipe, let's not confuse new atkineers by promising them nut flours.


Yes, I said after induction when I posted it. They came out so good with so little carbs I want others to have the recipe. Guess it could go in the recipe room.
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Hi everybody! It's cool to see my pizza crust recipe (eggs & Cheese) has made its way over here!

I think Linda Sue has it on her site with all the counts.

I have a few of these variations on my blog, and others are in the recipe forum, as well.

Also, Charski has a variation called cheesy buns, that act as a sandwich holder (for lack of a better description).

That's on my blog and on the recipe forum as well!

Carry on.
I found the recipe for the buns on your blog, thank you! Made oopsies and I'm not partial to them, they look great, but totally lack flavor no matter how many times I make them. Now for cake, pancakes, or something like that I like it better.
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