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Old 03-21-2010, 08:52 AM   #2761
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Dollkey~Thanks so much!
I ended up putting like a Tbsp of butter in the batter. I used canola oil w/some butter in the pan.
I had leakage out of my Egg rings. Grrrr! I need to use a bigger pan next time or less rings @ a time. And...they didn't fluff up yours.
They taste pretty good though.




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Old 03-21-2010, 08:54 AM   #2762
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With the egg rings I can make 12 little pancakes with that recipe and I eat two pancakes for breakfast. Portion control is important LOL
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Old 03-21-2010, 08:59 AM   #2763
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I do live @ a high elevation w/low humidity. Could that be why my pancakes didn't rise?
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Old 03-21-2010, 09:11 AM   #2764
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I do live @ a high elevation w/low humidity. Could that be why my pancakes didn't rise?
hmmm... the reason might be because of the leak. try using two egg rings at a time. also if you have a griddle it might be better to use that. I'm saving some money to get a nice big griddle pan so I can make more pancakes at a time.
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Old 03-21-2010, 10:09 AM   #2765
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Yeah...will use less rings or use a griddle next time.
My old stove top had a built in griddle. Kind of miss that now.
What kind of griddle are you saving for?
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Old 03-21-2010, 10:58 AM   #2766
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It's actually quite cool. It's the stove top kind and one side is flat just like a griddle should be and if you flip it you get the side with grill marks and I could easily grill veggies and fish or steaks on there. We have a charcoal grill but it's such a pain to start the coals. The one I'm lusting after costs $15
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Old 03-21-2010, 02:19 PM   #2767
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Kewl!
I have one of those grill marked grill pans...but, you can't flip it to the smooth side. Dang it!
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Anyone tried the Julian 1 net gram low carb bread? Its amazing!! I was wondering because I believe french toast is in order!! OMG soooo excited :@)
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Old 03-22-2010, 06:51 AM   #2769
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Bread is not allowed on induction, even at one carb. That's more up there on those OWL rungs. (You guys will be there soon enough!)

A few have made oopsie rolls into french toast however, and they turned out pretty wonderfully!

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Old 03-22-2010, 07:33 AM   #2770
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Bread is not allowed on induction, even at one carb. That's more up there on those OWL rungs. (You guys will be there soon enough!)

A few have made oopsie rolls into french toast however, and they turned out pretty wonderfully!

Here is jenny j's picture

is that oopsies dipped in egg and cream then fried?
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is that oopsies dipped in egg and cream then fried?
I don't know what recipe JennyJ used - personally, I use egg and cream with a little cinnamon and vanilla to ramp up the flavor even more.

ETA: Oh and yes, you dip the oopsies in the mixture and cook just like you would regular french toast.
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Old 03-22-2010, 11:27 AM   #2772
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Made a Chili Cheese Quiche this morning for Brekkers:
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Well I'm not having a good feeling about the dreamfields Pasta. First of all its delicious and taste just like regular pasta. Then a few hours later I checked with a keto strip and it didn't look good...Its possible it just has me on the edge and if thats the case it's not that bad....I'll know tomorrow. I'll keep you posted
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Made a Chili Cheese Quiche this morning for Brekkers:
That looks good! Mmm quiche.

Dinner tonight - spinach, portobello and roasted garlic pizza.




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Well I'm not having a good feeling about the dreamfields Pasta. First of all its delicious and taste just like regular pasta. Then a few hours later I checked with a keto strip and it didn't look good...Its possible it just has me on the edge and if thats the case it's not that bad....I'll know tomorrow. I'll keep you posted
I don't trust the stuff, but some people have said that they haven't experienced a drop in their success while eating it. I treat it as a gateway drug that I need to stay away from.
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That looks good! Mmm quiche.

Dinner tonight - spinach, portobello and roasted garlic pizza.



WHOA!!! Now THAT's cheesy!
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Made a Chili Cheese Quiche this morning for Brekkers:
Haven't made a quiche in a while. I think i'll be making one this week. I love Linda's quesadilla quiche!
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Hot wings with seasoned coconut flour, radish hash browns, and cheesy broccoli for dinner tonight.

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That looks good! Mmm quiche.

Dinner tonight - spinach, portobello and roasted garlic pizza.




YUMMMMMMMM
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That looks good! Mmm quiche.

Dinner tonight - spinach, portobello and roasted garlic pizza.




Slurp! Nummy!
I want some NOW!
What kind of crust did U use?
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misslatte that pizza looks sooooooooo good! i haven't tried making pizza yet. i miss pizza
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Oh my....I should have known better than to make "food porn" my last thread to view before going to bed. Not only did that spinach, mushroom, roasted garlic pizza cause my mouth to water, but I think I may have pizza dreams tonight.

And speaking of dreams...this way of eating is a dream come true for a foodee like me - I can't wait to make a picture-worthy dish one day soon to share with everyone!

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Thank you, Cleo. That's all I gotta say.

Lunch:

Bacon cheeseburger on Oopsie with dill pickle slices and slathered with homemade mayo.

Dessert: LC cheesecake drizzled with daVinci raspberry syrup.

Mmm, mmm, good!

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That looks good! Mmm quiche.

Dinner tonight - spinach, portobello and roasted garlic pizza.




Sweet mother of Sarah Jessica Parker! That picture makes me weak with desire. Whew. This thread was aptly named.

Off to dream of melted cheese and spinach and mushrooms with fragrant garlic dancing in my head. . .

Heh.
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Thank you, Cleo. That's all I gotta say.

Lunch:

Bacon cheeseburger on Oopsie with dill pickle slices and slathered with homemade mayo.

Dessert: LC cheesecake drizzled with daVinci raspberry syrup.

Mmm, mmm, good!

Oh my this looks simply delish!! My oopsie rolls never turn out like bunns. I am going to try to over cook mine a bit more so they are not so soft but more bunn like
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Wow!!!! That looka great...recipe please!
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Thank you, Cleo. That's all I gotta say.

Lunch:

Bacon cheeseburger on Oopsie with dill pickle slices and slathered with homemade mayo.

Dessert: LC cheesecake drizzled with daVinci raspberry syrup.

Mmm, mmm, good!

Wow! That looks absolutely fantastic! I am drooling. Love you, girl.
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Cheeseburger with side of mushroom/red onion

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CHILI CHEESE QUICHE
3 or 4, 4oz. cans of chopped green chilies (drain excess juice)
1 cup of shredded cheddar
1 cup of shredded Jack
(or 2 cups of whatever cheese you have on hand).
Chopped Ham, or Canadian bacon or bacon (your choice on amount)
Sliced mushrooms (fresh or canned)
1 cup of cream or milk
6 eggs

Spray glass quiche/casserole dish with cooking spray.
Pour in chilies, ham, mushrooms, cheese and mix up.

Add milk and eggs together in a bowl and whisk, add salt (not too much since the ham, cheese, chilies contain sodium), pepper, cumin, garlic and oregano or other spices

I also sprinkle crushed oregano and powdered chili on top.
Bake at 350 for about 45 to 50min. or until middle of quiche looks done.
Let sit for 10min. or more to firm up.
Optional: Top w/salsa or a dollop of sour cream or Ketchup on the side.
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Old 03-23-2010, 11:45 AM   #2790
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Those Burger pix are making me hungry for one!

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