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Old 01-24-2010, 12:20 PM   #1951
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For some reason....I've always struggled with the oopsies....but there is a thread where someone did floopsies....and they don't require the folding into the egg whites. I love them. Very easy and good bread replacement for sandwiches, etc. I even made a layered cake out of a couple of them with some tweaks one time.

Just do a floopsie search in the site, if you are like me and struggle with the whole egg white thing.
I haven't tried the Oopies yet OR the Floopies[?] but which should I try first? I searched and can't find any recipe for the Floopies? Floppies? LOL


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Preheat oven to 450 F. Yes, 450. Do it. Rinse and pat chicken dry, inside and out. The drier the better (crispier skin). Sometimes, I'll even leave mine out on a rack for a few minutes with air circulating. Season well inside and out (my fav is creole seasoning, but plain salt is fabulous). Truss the bird - it will cook more evenly and you'll be more successful. Put the bird on a rack on a baking sheet. Leave it alone for 45 minutes. Don't open and peek. The bird is fine, it doesn't need you, leave it alone or you'll let out all the hot air. After 45 minutes, stick an instant read thermometer in it and adjust time accordingly. The bird should read at about 155 - 160 in the thigh (don't overcook it!!!). Take the bird out at that point and set it on the stove top to rest. Yes, it needs to rest. This will allow the juices that are flowing everywhere to resettle back into the meat. This means juicy meat. The temperature will continue to rise, if you're concerned about that. Don't sweat it. Also, if you get impatient and cut into it, you won't be happy. I let my 4 - 5 pounders rest for about 10 minutes while I get the green beans ready. Cut into serving pieces and serve away! My favorite side with this chicken is green beans sauteed and browned in the chicken drippings, salt, and pepper.
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The floopsies are simply oopsies poured into a cookie sheet and baked instead of piled in mounds--at last that's my experience with them. I've been making those whether I meant to or not in some form or fashion since 2007. :P
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But DEEDLYNN said they were actually made differently, esp. that "they don't require folding into the egg whites" ??

I will probably attempt the oopsies tomorrow!
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THAT looks AWESOME!!!
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Pulled pork w/homemade LC BBQ sauce, loaded mashed Cauliflower and salad fixings from our garden!
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Wow this almost looks like a professional food photo. Yummy!
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Old 01-24-2010, 02:52 PM   #1959
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The floopsies are simply oopsies poured into a cookie sheet and baked instead of piled in mounds--at last that's my experience with them. I've been making those whether I meant to or not in some form or fashion since 2007. :P
the floopsie recipe I saw had almond flour or flax seed.
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Old 01-24-2010, 03:02 PM   #1962
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THAT looks AWESOME!!!
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Pulled pork w/homemade LC BBQ sauce, loaded mashed Cauliflower and salad fixings from our garden!
OMG. You're KIDDING me. DH made pulled pork for dinner tonight.

Your cauliflower looks amazing. I never thought to dress it that way. Will have to give that a try.

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Thank you.
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Old 01-24-2010, 03:19 PM   #1964
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Yeah...it does!
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Old 01-24-2010, 03:21 PM   #1966
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I didn't bring them ON!
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Old 01-24-2010, 03:22 PM   #1967
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Yep, almost as good as possum!!!

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the floopsie recipe I saw had almond flour or flax seed.
I think flax seeds are ok on induction, but I know for sure almond flour is not.

But where's the dang floopsie recipe, that's what I want to know!!
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I think flax seeds are ok on induction, but I know for sure almond flour is not.

But where's the dang floopsie recipe, that's what I want to know!!

I think it's on the Low Carb Recipe Pictures thread.
hmmmm, never made 'em with quail eggs though... be RIGHT back!!!
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I think flax seeds are ok on induction, but I know for sure almond flour is not.

But where's the dang floopsie recipe, that's what I want to know!!
slight thread jack just found the thread and didn't check if induction ok but here is the floopsie thread HTH

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...light=floopsie
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Looks Delicious!! I want to try the Spinach Lasagna!
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I FOUND THIS ON AN OLD THREAD........



Can't make an Oopsie? Try a Floopsie!

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Anyone can make these

4 eggs (separated? NAH!!)
4oz cream cheese
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
2tsp [COLOR="Red"]worth[/COLOR] of sweetener (splenda, stevia.. whatever equivalent)
2TBS coconut flour (I might try almond next...)

blend in magic bullet or blender and pour into a well greased 9x13 pan. there will be small lumps of cheese that's OK.

bake at 300 for 25 minutes

try them with butter OMG they don't need anything else.. it tastes a wee bit like cornbread, but smooth. SF Jam would be wonderful, even whipped cream and strawberries.

or leave out the sweet and make them into bread for sandwiches. I will leave them overnight and see how they hold up in the am for breakfast. I think they would have to be cooked longer if they are going to hold up to a burger though?



Here is the nutritional info for one recipe, be sure to add carbs if using splenda packets:
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Flemington i don't see the nutritional info? I need to get some coconut or almond flour to try these they sound good!
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I FOUND THIS ON AN OLD THREAD........



Can't make an Oopsie? Try a Floopsie!

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Anyone can make these

4 eggs (separated? NAH!!)
4oz cream cheese
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
2tsp [COLOR="Red"]worth[/COLOR] of sweetener (splenda, stevia.. whatever equivalent)
2TBS coconut flour (I might try almond next...)

blend in magic bullet or blender and pour into a well greased 9x13 pan. there will be small lumps of cheese that's OK.

bake at 300 for 25 minutes

try them with butter OMG they don't need anything else.. it tastes a wee bit like cornbread, but smooth. SF Jam would be wonderful, even whipped cream and strawberries.

or leave out the sweet and make them into bread for sandwiches. I will leave them overnight and see how they hold up in the am for breakfast. I think they would have to be cooked longer if they are going to hold up to a burger though?



Here is the nutritional info for one recipe, be sure to add carbs if using splenda packets:
I keep my fridge supplied with these. great for sandwiches...very quick and easy to make.
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I'm making these and the Oopsies today or tomorrow! But I'm using flaxseed meal instead of the flour as I'm on Induction till God knows when!

I always have a lot of almond and coconut flour on hand in the freezer, to keep it freeze. Always have coconut oil and coconut creme. Good stuff.


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Mamba~Great Pix! I haven't had those cheese crackers in eons. Will have to nuke some up.
The shrimp and garlic broc looks way Nummy!

I'm going to have to try the Floopsies. That recipe looks way easier than cooking up Oopsies.
Copying it now....
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Yum! Every thing look's great! I'm going to the store
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