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Old 07-14-2011, 05:16 PM   #481
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Cream cheese muffins


kellyrm - It will be fine, the cream cheese muffin batter is quite thick and I scoop mine also. I cook for exactly 8 minutes, then open the oven door. They puff up but then sink back down.

I love these and have one almost every day, but they are better when they have chilled for a few hours.
great thank you so much! I have them sitting in the fridge now
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Old 07-15-2011, 06:59 AM   #482
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You just have to read the labels. I think it varies by brand. I bought Mt. Olive Dill pickle relish and I don't believe it has any!
The bottle may say 0 carbs but it has carbs. I would count each serving as .5 (honestly I would round up to 1 personally). They are allowed to put 0 on there if it is .4 or less. But it still counts
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:38 AM   #483
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great thank you so much! I have them sitting in the fridge now
Oops, sorry, I meant to say I bake them for 18 minutes, not 8:blush:
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Which cream cheese recipe do you use??
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Old 07-15-2011, 05:27 PM   #485
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Which cream cheese recipe do you use??
8oz cream cheese,
4 level tablespoons splenda,
1 egg
half teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon sour cream

sprinkle of cinnamon on top

Just mix it all up, put it in 6 greased muffin pans and bake 350 for 18 minutes, open the oven door, and allow to cool. Best if chilled for a few hours. The lemon juice and sour cream are optional.

They are deelish ! about 2g carbs each.

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Old 07-16-2011, 11:11 AM   #486
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My husband and I were missing New Orleans... SO, I created this concoction - I called it GUMBO-LAYA. It was pretty yummy

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Mt Olive has a splenda sweetened relish
I can't use this, it's way too sweet for me. Ruined many a batch of chicken salad before I figured out that it was the problem.
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Mt Olive has a splenda sweetened relish
LOVE that stuff!! Tastes exactly like regular! I have their butter chips also which are very sweet.
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Thanks for the postings, everyone, looking forward to induction #2 here, 4 days in and looking for ideas...what a great idea!
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Thanks for the postings, everyone, looking forward to induction #2 here, 4 days in and looking for ideas...what a great idea!
I love this thread as well and think it can be extremely helpful for all. One word of caution - sometimes, some ingredients are not 'induction friendly'. So be sure to check out each ingredient before deciding to make it!
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ME TOO! I miss Miracle Whip. Growing up, we didn't have much money for afternoon snacks, so I'd spread some miracle whip on saltines...


mmmm..saltines..LOL
Yep...UR From TEXAS!
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Old 07-17-2011, 12:20 PM   #492
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Same here... my step dad taught me to eat saltines, a smear of peanut butter, with miracle whip smeared on top. Sounds terrible, tastes amazing!
EWW!
Yummo...on your Gumbo!

Mak~Thx for the muff recipe. Glad the lemon/sour cream are optional. I don't want to have to go to the store!
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EWW!
Yummo...on your Gumbo!

Mak~Thx for the muff recipe. Glad the lemon/sour cream are optional. I don't want to have to go to the store!
No Prob. I have tried them both ways, and I think I Like them better with the sour cream and lemon juice, but you can maybe try that next time.

I made my last batch with cream cheese that had been frozen then defrosted, and the batter was much runnier, but they still baked up OK.
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Yep...UR From TEXAS!
Oklahoma actually...just transplanted here by the hubs...good thing I love him..LOL
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LASAGNA!!!
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LOOKS GREAT AS USUAL KDWJEH!!!!! Recipie??
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Oklahoma actually...just transplanted here by the hubs...good thing I love him..LOL
Close Enuf!
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YUM...on the Lasagne!
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Another NY and the rest of my Turnip Augratin:
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Another NY and the rest of my Turnip Augratin:
I was going to make that tonight, but we have a meeting with our relator now..so it may be ribeyes with turnip fries.
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Old 07-19-2011, 08:24 AM   #502
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Just some pictures i've taken over the months:

I don't often eat vegetarian! zuchini cakes made will dill, green onion, feta cheese served with some guac, and salsa and sour cream



White is just cream cheese/bacon and other is cream cheese/cheddar/bacon mix



pork rib chop, eggs and bacon



eggs, and leftover sliced steak and mushrooms



First attempt making ABTs (atomic buffalo turds, aka stuffed jalapenos)
some are stuffed with pork sausage meat, and others with a mix of cream cheese, cheddar, fontina, and jarlsberg. Some wrapped in bacon some not




pan seared pork chop finished in the oven, then while they were resting i sauteed mushrooms in the pan sauce, and deglazed with some good balsamic vinegar
+king crab legs



surf & turf!

Ribeye with mellow blue cheese, langostine lobster meat, and grilled asparagus



Bacon wrapped meatloaf - Inside - beef, zuchini, onion, garlic, serrano chili, seasonings, worstershire and egg
And Sauteed Kale with sesame oil, garlic, lemon and soy



pan seared beef tenderloin with spanish blue crumbles and brandy pan sauce and mushrooms and asparagus with some cheez



Bacon Dashi with Clams, Mussells and Shrimp (from a restaurant)


dinner - sashimi!

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They all look amazing !
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@goolash... WOW... your food looks amazing. Great job. I think i'm going to have to try and duplicate a few of them.
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Goolosh!! OH MY GOSH! Yummo!
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Wow Goolash..I wanna come over!


My porn tonight...turnip fries!

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Not the most appetizing looking meal but it was yummy! IGNORE THE PASTA, that was DH's plate, I just had a little of the sauce to dip my chicken in.

Boneless chicken breast quickly pounded somewhat flat, then cut in half (just to cook faster, we were starving). Dipped in egg then breaded with parmesan mixed with oregano, basil, garlic powder and a little sea salt. Broccoli with garlic butter.

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My porn tonight...turnip fries!

Ok seriously... this is something I MUST try. any tips or do I just treat it like a potato?
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Eggs scramble with mushrooms and ham topped with a little pico pico for spice and served with some fried Jamaica hash browns.



Rotisserie chicken with asparagus and fried Jamaica



Stir fry chicken (i picked out the carrots)



Baked teriyaki chops, baked asparagus and broccoli with parm cheese served wtih a side salad.
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Ok seriously... this is something I MUST try. any tips or do I just treat it like a potato?
I treated it like a potato. Peeled and sliced. Fried in oil for a full 10 minutes. Once they were out..while hot, I sprinkled salt and some granulated garlic.

They still have a little bit of a turnip taste, but if you dipped them in lc ketchup or something else,they tasted just like a french fry to me.


ETA: Your meals look yummy. I tried jicama raw and plain at a salad bar and really didn't care for it. I'm going to get another one and try again though!

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