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Old 02-10-2010, 08:21 AM   #2131
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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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Floppsie Rolls
4 eggs (separated? NAH!!)
4oz cream cheese
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
2tsp worth 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?
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Old 02-10-2010, 08:51 AM   #2132
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It is abnormally cold in Jacksonville. I had to break out the heavy coats and I only do that about once every two years. But my dessert tonight was delicious.............decaf coffee with cocoa, splenda, heavy cream and davinci vanilla.........YUMMMMM.
How much do you use of each? Thanks
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Old 02-10-2010, 03:59 PM   #2133
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Sorry for not coming back. I saw something shiny. As msmamba said, I put the recipe on my blog.

The bacon ones, however, I didn't put on the blog because I was too lazy to write the recipe out. I took three slices of bacon for each cupcake, and cut them in half. I used three of the half slices to cover the back of a cupcake pan. Then I baked at 400 degrees farenheit until the bacon was pretty much cooked. Then I let the bacon cool, moved it to the inside of the cup, filled with a meatball (mixed with egg, green pepper, spinach and onion) and then flattened out the top and baked at 350 degrees for another 20 minutes or so. They were gorgeous! I'd definitely make them again.

The meat cake was awesome...but really dense. lol And very..well, meaty.
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Old 02-10-2010, 06:53 PM   #2134
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Chicken Alfredo (used the sauce only from this recipe) over green beans with sliced tomatoes and red peppers
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I gotta tell ya, I just LOVE LOVE LOVE that Chicken Florentine recipe!!! It is a KEEPER for me!!!

You must sure love green beans!!!!


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Old 02-10-2010, 07:05 PM   #2136
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I do like green beans a lot.

I go through phases with veggies. A few weeks ago it was spinach, spinach, spinach. Now it's green beans, green beans, green beans.

Next week will be a lot of asparagus, I think. Albertsons has it on sale for 99 cents a pound.
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Old 02-10-2010, 07:15 PM   #2137
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I do love spinach a lot and probably should drag out one of the many jars of green beans we canned last year. It's just that plain ole green beans don't appeal to me. I need some creative recipes for them.....I will most likely be tired of spinach soon enough!

Never found a 'taste' for asparagus and it's always so expensive. I have a good friend who told me to pickle them. Hrm, there's a thought. Here's a super easy way to pickle any veggie:


Sweet Dill Pickles

1 46 oz jar of Kosher Dill pickles, drained and sliced and returned to jar.
Boil 1 cup water, 2 cups sugar [Splenda!], 2 tbsp vinegar and 3 cinnamon sticks for 1 minute.
Pour this over the pickles and put lid on.
Store in frig. for 1 week turning and shaking each day.


I have done this with the pickles and they are SO GOOD! You could do this with a smaller jar too. I'm sure it could be done with cauliflower, asparagus, onions, jicama, whatever! Or maybe a combo of some sort?



Just a SNACKY thought!




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Pork Rind Crust Pizza

2 cups crushed pork rinds (a little less than a bag)
1 cup parmesan cheese, grated
2 eggs/egg substitute
About 2 tbsp of any Italian seasoning you'd like

Mix all ingredients. Final consistency should be wet, but not runny. Spread on a pie pan, preferably atop parchment paper, and bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. When done, place desired toppings on pizza and place under broiler for about 5-7 minutes, until cheese is bubbly.

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Old 02-11-2010, 05:31 PM   #2139
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The flax muffin recipe comes from here Apple Flax Seed Muffins - Recipe for Flax Seed Muffins with Apple
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Yummy! Apple is not induction friendly though
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Crackslaw



Not really a way to make it pretty for a pic, but it's really yummy!

*technically the carrots are not induction friendly, but I wasn't about to pick them out of the bag of broccoli slaw. A few shreds of carrots aren't gonna make me fat anyway

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WOW that looks good!
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Crackslaw



Not really a way to make it pretty for a pic, but it's really yummy!

*technically the carrots are not induction friendly, but I wasn't about to pick them out of the bag of broccoli slaw. A few shreds of carrots aren't gonna make me fat anyway
Yeah, I don't pick out carrots from brocolli slaw OR the bags of mixed green salad!

So, what IS this you've fixed???? Details, we need details!!!


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Yeah, I don't pick out carrots from brocolli slaw OR the bags of mixed green salad!

So, what IS this you've fixed???? Details, we need details!!!


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Crack Slaw
1lb ground beef
2 TBSP toasted sesame oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
3 green onions, sliced
1 bag broccoli slaw
2 TBSP soy sauce
dash ground ginger
Crushed red pepper flakes, to taste

Brown hamburger set aside. Sautee broccoli slaw and other ingredients in sesame oil. Add back in hamburger.

Its that simple.

I added a splash of red wine vinegar to give it some pop.
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Is this your creation or did you find it somewhere?

Sounds good!

I just cooked up four pounds of delish grass fed hormone & antibiotic free hamburger today and it's ready to be enjoyed. Boy is it tasty!!! Going to do oopsie pizzas, taco salads and whatever else I can dream up! Plus this recipe too!



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It's an oldie but goodie floating around here. I never tried it before tonight though. If you search the forums here for crack slaw a million and one threads come up with tons of variations
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Yummy! Apple is not induction friendly though
So, leave it out.
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OMG! I figured it was just coleslaw! That looks fantastic!!!
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So, leave it out.
Use jicama instead!!!!
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Yummy. Crackslaw! I haven't made it in a while. I leave out the ginger in mine. I also add some chili paste and sometimes i'll turn it into a cheesy crackslaw. LOL. Just a little cheese goes a long way.

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Crack Slaw
1lb ground beef
2 TBSP toasted sesame oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
3 green onions, sliced
1 bag broccoli slaw
2 TBSP soy sauce
dash ground ginger
Crushed red pepper flakes, to taste

Brown hamburger set aside. Sautee broccoli slaw and other ingredients in sesame oil. Add back in hamburger.

Its that simple.

I added a splash of red wine vinegar to give it some pop.
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2 cups crushed pork rinds (a little less than a bag)
1 cup parmesan cheese, grated
2 eggs/egg substitute
About 2 tbsp of any Italian seasoning you'd like

Mix all ingredients. Final consistency should be wet, but not runny. Spread on a pie pan, preferably atop parchment paper, and bake for 10 minutes at 350 degrees. When done, place desired toppings on pizza and place under broiler for about 5-7 minutes, until cheese is bubbly.

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I had originally posted the personal size recipe for this last month. It's awesome, but I'm out

Here's my pics for it:



And here's some "cheesy bread" made from the same recipe except I added some mozz cheese to the mix and a little on top after baking.


The recipe I used for the personal size is:
1/4 cup ground pork rinds
1/4 cup grated canned parmesan cheese
1 egg
1/2-1tsp italian seasoning (I used this)

These can be frozen. I like to make a lot ahead of time and keep them in the freezer for a quick snack or meal.
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Thanks! For the donuts I plan on using the recipe recently posted by MsWoods on another thread. Here's a link to the thread and I think her post was #138
http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...ictures-5.html .
Just a note about these, for some reason they work way better with Jay Robb protein powder. The pics I posted are with Jay Robb. I made them again at Christmas and used Body Fortress brand from Walmart, and while they tasted great, they wouldn't hold their shape and kind of fell apart in the oil. Still tasted great though
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Just a note about these, for some reason they work way better with Jay Robb protein powder. The pics I posted are with Jay Robb. I made them again at Christmas and used Body Fortress brand from Walmart, and while they tasted great, they wouldn't hold their shape and kind of fell apart in the oil. Still tasted great though
Thank you! I will definitely be ordering some Jay Robb protein powder. Also, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your posts!
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Ok, got two more pix to share.

Yesterday I was trying to make my open faced omelet but the eggs cooked too fast so I make a fancy 'egg scramble' with onion, olives, banana peppers, cheese, spinach and pepperoni chips crumbled on top!




And today I tried Oopsie Pizzas for the first time! Not bad at all. Eaten with a fork just like the tuna melts! I put moz cheese, olives, hamburger, onion, mushrooms, pepperoni, pizza sauce .... and nuked them for about two minutes until they were well melted. [I keep my oopsies in the freezer]




Tonight I'm diving into some veggies .... probably a big salad.


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This is the best thread to make your mouth water. I don't know why I torture myself this way
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Oh My I am so excited that I found this post. I have been doing somersizing which I know is like Atkins but there are some fantastic recipes on here I cant wait to try them.

Thank you!!!!!
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Asian pork tenderloin w/ crack slaw.
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Clockwise from top right: Flax cracker with cream cheese and fresh dill, pastrami wrapped in Swiss cheese, cherry tomatoes, dill Havarti, green olives, pepperoni, dill pickle, string cheese.
Need to go shopping. That all looks SOOOO delicious!!
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Melissa you're really good at plating, looks like something from the food network!! The pork is very drool-worthy!
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