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Old 01-25-2010, 12:56 PM   #1981
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Old 01-25-2010, 01:33 PM   #1982
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Oh my gosh!! I must know how to make Jodys pumpkin bake, HELP!
I am not good at searching, still learning.
Any one that has a moment please provide this desert, I would love to put a dash of whipping cream on it and EAT IT! lol

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Old 01-26-2010, 02:39 AM   #1985
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Oh my gosh!! I must know how to make Jodys pumpkin bake, HELP!
I am not good at searching, still learning.
Any one that has a moment please provide this desert, I would love to put a dash of whipping cream on it and EAT IT! lol

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Jody' Pumpkin Bake: http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...pkin-bake.html

I sometimes have trouble searching on this site too so I usually go to google and type in the name of the recipe and lowcarbfriends.com and it usually pops up. Otherwise many recipes are listed by name on Linda Sue's site Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes - Recipes . Her site also has a search function. Good luck and happy eating!
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Loaded mashed Cauliflower

Take 1 head of cauliflower and chop it up into 1-2" chunks. Boil in water til soft (I add a splash of heavy cream to the water). Drain. Then in batches I blend it in the blender with 4oz cream cheese.
Transfer to pie plate. Top with bacon bits and shredded cheddar and bake just til cheese melts.
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Jody' Pumpkin Bake: http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...pkin-bake.html

I sometimes have trouble searching on this site too so I usually go to google and type in the name of the recipe and lowcarbfriends.com and it usually pops up. Otherwise many recipes are listed by name on Linda Sue's site Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes - Recipes . Her site also has a search function. Good luck and happy eating!
Thank you so much! I am off to the market just as soon as I can toss off my pj's!
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Loaded mashed Cauliflower

Take 1 head of cauliflower and chop it up into 1-2" chunks. Boil in water til soft (I add a splash of heavy cream to the water). Drain. Then in batches I blend it in the blender with 4oz cream cheese.
Transfer to pie plate. Top with bacon bits and shredded cheddar and bake just til cheese melts.

Picking up the goodies for this dish too! Thank you
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Loaded mashed Cauliflower

Take 1 head of cauliflower and chop it up into 1-2" chunks. Boil in water til soft (I add a splash of heavy cream to the water). Drain. Then in batches I blend it in the blender with 4oz cream cheese.
Transfer to pie plate. Top with bacon bits and shredded cheddar and bake just til cheese melts.
Thanks!!!!!! I just KNEW it had to have CREAM CHEESE in it!!!!!!

Yeah, Linda's site ROCKS!!!!!!


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i mash mine with a potato mashers so it stays kinda chunky. add butter, cream cheese, sour cream, cheddar, bacon, chives and mash. yumm!!

i have done it in a blender though too and i love the smooth creamy texture too but i am lazy and dont like to drag out the blender and then clean up...LOL
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Yum!
Yeah...sometimes I'm lazy in that way too.

Pumpkin Bake sounds Nummy. Just printed out Linda's version of it.
It would be so good to have w/coffee in the morning.

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i mash mine with a potato mashers so it stays kinda chunky. add butter, cream cheese, sour cream, cheddar, bacon, chives and mash. yumm!!

i have done it in a blender though too and i love the smooth creamy texture too but i am lazy and dont like to drag out the blender and then clean up...LOL
Oh goodness! I got Oopsies in the oven and after reading this, I'm heading back to the kitchen to make this!!!

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Oh goodness! I got Oopsies in the oven and after reading this, I'm heading back to the kitchen to make this!!!

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UPDATE: Ok, my Oopsies turned out AMAZING!!!! So light and fluffy they melt in my mouth!!! I did add garlic powder, onion powder and some whey protein. PERFECTION!!! In fact, my next batch I'm adding sweetener and making .... CREAM PUFFS! I am SO GLAD to find these! The possibilities are endless!!!

I also made the "Loaded Cauliflower" and even added a jicama to it for more crunch and sweetness, and some spices, but it's still a bit BLAND!! Not sure what it's missing. It has bacon, cream cheese, butter, mixed cheese blend, chives, salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder & sour cream. It does taste good, just missing that kick I like.

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UPDATE: Ok, my Oopsies turned out AMAZING!!!! So light and fluffy they melt in my mouth!!! I did add garlic powder, onion powder and some whey protein. PERFECTION!!! In fact, my next batch I'm adding sweetener and making .... CREAM PUFFS! I am SO GLAD to find these! The possibilities are endless!!!

I also made the "Loaded Cauliflower" and even added a jicama to it for more crunch and sweetness, and some spices, but it's still a bit BLAND!! Not sure what it's missing. It has bacon, cream cheese, butter, mixed cheese blend, chives, salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder & sour cream. It does taste good, just missing that kick I like.

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I added some bacon grease [from frying the bacon] and some dill horseradish relish I had. And it's not as CREAMY as I'd like. Maybe more cheese?

Oh yeah, I also did the cheese crisps and wow, are they EXCELLENT!!!! Doing low carb is getting easier and easier!!!
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Am definitely going to have to make the Oopsies. That's been on my "to try" list since day one.

I made Linda Sue's Spinach Lasagna last night. I used a whole onion instead of the original small amount, as well as 4 garlic cloves instead of the powder. And since I make my own spaghetti sauce, I added my own herbs and seasonings to some tomato sauce. It was absolutely to die for. Like, bang your head in a wall good.

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Has anyone ever attempted to make induction friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits from Red Lobster? I am sure you can get it pretty close using the oopsie roll recipe... Just thought that those biscuits sounded REALLY good!
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Has anyone ever attempted to make induction friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits from Red Lobster? I am sure you can get it pretty close using the oopsie roll recipe... Just thought that those biscuits sounded REALLY good!
LindaSue has a recipe at her site! I'm gonna try them soon!
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Spinach salad topped with grilled peppers and Trader Joe's chicken sausage. So filling and so Induction friendly

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Salad topped with grilled sirloin (a la perfection), cukes, green onions, herbs and side a jalapeno poppers. I wish i had that day bacon to wrap the poppers with.


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Last night dinner....I got bacon and wrapped the leftover raw jalapeno stuffed cream cheese on them. I made a green salad and added mushrooms, tomato, cuke and mozzarela...

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Am definitely going to have to make the Oopsies. That's been on my "to try" list since day one.

I made Linda Sue's Spinach Lasagna last night. I used a whole onion instead of the original small amount, as well as 4 garlic cloves instead of the powder. And since I make my own spaghetti sauce, I added my own herbs and seasonings to some tomato sauce. It was absolutely to die for. Like, bang your head in a wall good.

YUMMM! I haven't made that in a long time! It looks great!!
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Has anyone ever attempted to make induction friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits from Red Lobster? I am sure you can get it pretty close using the oopsie roll recipe... Just thought that those biscuits sounded REALLY good!

Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits

2 C. Bisquick
1/2 C. cold water
3/4 C. grated, sharp cheddar cheese
1/4 C. butter
1 tsp. parsley flakes
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
1/2 tsp. Italian seasoning

Preheat oven to 450 degrees. Mix together baking mix, cold water, and grated cheese. Roll out biscuits in a floured surface. Biscuits should be approximately one inch thick. Cut biscuits with a cutter, and place onto an ungreased baking dish. Melt butter and seasonings together. Brush with the butter and spices and bake for 8 to 10 minutes.

However, you cannot make the EXACT biscuits, because they have a special butter/garlic sauce that is not available to the general public. See how they are!!
Recipe: Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits



Looks almost do-able except for that darn Bisquick!!! Even Carbquik isn't for Induction right? Guess you could throw all these ingredients together with the Oopsies. At least they might TASTE similar!


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Am definitely going to have to make the Oopsies. That's been on my "to try" list since day one.

I made Linda Sue's Spinach Lasagna last night. I used a whole onion instead of the original small amount, as well as 4 garlic cloves instead of the powder. And since I make my own spaghetti sauce, I added my own herbs and seasonings to some tomato sauce. It was absolutely to die for. Like, bang your head in a wall good.

wowza you did a beautiful job!!
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Has anyone ever attempted to make induction friendly Cheddar Bay Biscuits from Red Lobster? I am sure you can get it pretty close using the oopsie roll recipe... Just thought that those biscuits sounded REALLY good!
you just gave me an idea!! i have cheddar bay seasoning in the cabinet!!!
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you just gave me an idea!! i have cheddar bay seasoning in the cabinet!!!
Let us know what you do and how they were!!!
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