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Old 05-26-2010, 01:07 PM   #451
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Has anyone else made the chocolate mousse?? I made it tonight, it is the bomb...I froze mine and was like ice cream...My only question is, I came up with a higher carb count than 6 for the bowl...anyone else come up with a different number?
I did try it and it was delish! Definitely took care of my sweet tooth. I did freeze mine but left it in overnight and next day it was solid rock. Nuked it a few secs and it was fine and still very good and worth the effort. I dont know about the carb count. I only had maybe 1/4 cup.
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Old 05-26-2010, 01:09 PM   #452
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A friend makes an orange julius shake with 2 ice cubes, 2 or 3 oz orange crystal lite ( made according to package), enough water to fill blender to 8 oz line..1 1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder, 1 tsp cinnamon, 3 tbsp cool whip.....


she also makes pumpkin pie shakes that i can get the recipe for if that would be a combo you would like...

I cant wait for my davinci syrup to arrive, i just bought a 5 pound bag of the chocolate powder and have made some shakes and cant find any so far i like....
Orange Julius sounds wonderful!!!! What protein powder is used to make it induction friendly?
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Old 05-26-2010, 01:27 PM   #453
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Yup, just play with it. Check the carb count of any additions though.
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TWO HAMBURGER PATTIES ONE WITH AMERICAN CHEESE ONE WITH SWISS CHEESE. BOTH TOPPED WITH GRILLED ONIONS. GREEN BEAN "FRIES" ON THE SIDE AND A COUPLE OF FRESH TOMATO SLICES ON THE SIDE. IT WAS SO GOOD BUT I ACTUALLY ONLY ATE THE ONE WITH THE AMERICAN CHEESE CUZ I WAS FULL!!!




IT DOESNT LOOK VERY APPETIZING BUT THIS IS "CRACK" SLAW LOL. I DIDNT COME UP WITH THAT NAME! I SAW IT HERE! HEHE IT WAS GROUND BEEF WITH BAGGED SLAW (IT HAD CARROTS BUT I PICKED THEM OUT OF MY PLATE) SEASONED WITH FRESH GARLIC, ONION POWDER, A LITTLE FRESH GINGER, SOY SAUCE AND SOME OF THAT GARLIC CHILI PASTE. IT WAS SOOOOOOO GOOD!!! IT TASTED LIKE REALLY GOOD CHINESE FOOD!!!

Cracked Slaw looks really good and something you can keep for lunches all week or most atleast. Everything is induction friendly? I get confused when it comes to the seasonings.
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Cracked Slaw looks really good and something you can keep for lunches all week or most atleast. Everything is induction friendly? I get confused when it comes to the seasonings.
Hi Sherri, yes all of the spices I used are induction friendly. Well at least I think they are. Nothing had added sugars. So yeah I think your good to go. Its super yummy!
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Low-Carb Satay Chicken With Peanut Sauce



Hi, I'm new here, and finding all these photos of delicious looking food very motivating!

This week we grilled chicken and I made a low-carb peanut sauce, mixing 2 TBSP natural peanutbutter, soy sauce, lemon juice, stevia, dash of cumin. It was delish! Very satisfying. I will definitely make it again.
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Nummy Chicken! LUV peanut sauce.
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Old 05-26-2010, 07:25 PM   #458
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These pics are all pretty great!

I had salmon and asparagus fr lunch today (too hungry to take a picture)

Last Saturday DH and I went out for sushi (sashimi) and it was pretty great:


The sashimi was great, but the roll was FANTASTIC. I had no idea that the restaurant made a roll with no rice! It was tuna, roe and I think mackeral wrapped with cucumber. The chef there makes a kind of vinegar, jalapeno saucey thing and I could have just pigged out on a few of these rolls. The stuff under the rolls is some kind of radish.

(Please excue the silly doll - I collect strange dolls and knit outfits for them).
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Tri-tip roast w/sauteed shrooms, Broccoli and sour cream horseradish.


Pumpkin bake:


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That pumpkin bake looks delicious!
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Breakfast, lunch or dinner. Poached eggs on top of arugula & grilled asparagus with olive oil, lemon juice, cracked pepper and truffle salt.
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MelGirl~Nummy Sushi/Sashimi! On the Doll.
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Miggs~Nummy! Love that salad, so colorful.

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Hi, I'm new here, and finding all these photos of delicious looking food very motivating!

This week we grilled chicken and I made a low-carb peanut sauce, mixing 2 TBSP natural peanutbutter, soy sauce, lemon juice, stevia, dash of cumin. It was delish! Very satisfying. I will definitely make it again.
OOOOOOOHHHH! Peanut sauce is definitely something I have been wanting to make! Looks yummy!!!
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MelGirl~LUV that Sashimi platter. That radish is Daikon Radish. The no rice sushi is a Good Thing.
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These pics are all pretty great!

I had salmon and asparagus fr lunch today (too hungry to take a picture)

Last Saturday DH and I went out for sushi (sashimi) and it was pretty great:


The sashimi was great, but the roll was FANTASTIC. I had no idea that the restaurant made a roll with no rice! It was tuna, roe and I think mackeral wrapped with cucumber. The chef there makes a kind of vinegar, jalapeno saucey thing and I could have just pigged out on a few of these rolls. The stuff under the rolls is some kind of radish.

(Please excue the silly doll - I collect strange dolls and knit outfits for them).

I love sushi!
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I am still a newborn when it comes to cooking Induction Friendly and know nothing about the Minute Muffins but would like to know please. Can you add an extra to it to make it a different flavor? I have some walnut extract so was just wondering.
OH YEAH! i add cocoa powder sometimes or that walnut extract would be great paired with some banana extract to make "banana" bread. i also add itialian herb and cheese spices to make a lovely mock foccacia in a bread tin shaped tupperware for sandwhiches
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Italian herbs would be delish added to the 1MM.
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I would go for the herbed 1mm, especially if it had small bits of garlic and cheese. I would so dip it in marinara. LOL.

Can you tell I am hungry.
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Yep.

Or make some Cauliflower Bisque and dip herb buttered 1MM in it.

How about LC mater soup and Grilled cheese sammie w/herbed 1MM?
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How was that pumpkin bake made, it looks yummie
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It's still Delish...Thx.
I have a slice in the morning w/my Decaf/coff/Brekkers. I have many more slices to go.
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I whipped up Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms for lunch (stuffed with smoked sausage, baby spinach & a little tomato-artichoke bruschetta and topped with some Cowgirl Creamery Triple Cream cheese - which melted down into the stuffing):
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I whipped up Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms for lunch (stuffed with smoked sausage, baby spinach & a little tomato-artichoke bruschetta and topped with some Cowgirl Creamery Triple Cream cheese - which melted down into the stuffing):
Woah. That's some pretty awesome stuff. My favorite cheese in the world is Cowgirl's Red Hawk. I LOVE it! I read the nutritional info one time and it said it has 7 grams of carbs I looked again a couple of weeks later and it was back down to 0. Maybe a misprint. It's not a sweet cheese..
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The triple cream isn't sweet, but it is soft like brie. I have no clue if there are alot of carbs or not. (uh-oh - I better go look)

ETA: It's the Mt Tam cheese - 0 carbs. YAY!!

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Yeah...she's so cute, Batty! Congrats!
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MelanGirl~You sure did Whip up some Delish Stuffed Portobellos! What temp and how long did you bake/roast them?
I'm drooling here!

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