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Old 03-14-2012, 07:24 PM   #1231
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I make these muffin cheesecakes and freeze them. They are easy and delish. Swizzle some SF choco syrup on top and a wow easy small dessert.

Cheesecake Muffins
8 ounce pkg of cream cheese
6 packets of Splenda
1 large egg
1/2 tsp vanilla
Dash of lemon & almond extract


Soften cream cheese about 40 seconds in microwave. Add other ingredients. Beat with mixer till smooth. Pour into muffin pan (makes 6) lined with the papers. Bake at 350° for 20 min.
I use one of those rubber muffin pans...no need for the papers.

Cals 145
Fat 14
Carbs 2
Protein 4

These little things are so yummy and they really satisfy a rich and creamy craving
That's just what I was looking for!!! A simple cheesecake recipe! :-D Thanks!
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Old 03-14-2012, 09:09 PM   #1232
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:35 PM   #1233
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steak with a candle on it?


Who needs cake when you can have steak!!
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Old 03-17-2012, 05:39 PM   #1234
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Old 03-18-2012, 12:17 PM   #1235
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Made the cauliflower crust pizza. it came out great. leftover cauliflower made the breadsticks. I made a full size pizza. The middle was a bit mushy. Is that how it should be? was afraid to cook it too long. will just have to learn how to tweak it a bit.
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Old 03-18-2012, 01:18 PM   #1236
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luv-- the center tends to be a little bit more complicated to cook thoroughly, since there's the probability that, as with standard dough, people tend to plop all the dough in the center and press outwards, leading to thin edges and slightly thicker centers. It will set up, however, especially as the cheese has time to cool and set.
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Old 03-18-2012, 05:27 PM   #1237
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luv-- the center tends to be a little bit more complicated to cook thoroughly, since there's the probability that, as with standard dough, people tend to plop all the dough in the center and press outwards, leading to thin edges and slightly thicker centers. It will set up, however, especially as the cheese has time to cool and set.
I didn't know how long to wait between the initial cook of the dough and the broiler with the toppings. Either way it was good! Thank you for the great recipe. I have told many already about your site.
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Old 03-19-2012, 10:33 PM   #1238
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Bourson Chicken recipe twist

I made the Bourson Chicken recipe that's floated around the low carb world for years now, BOURSIN CHICKEN - Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes, except I deboned and butterflied chicken thighs instead of the called for skinless boneless chicken breasts.
I left the skin in tact, browned them skin side down in a little butter and extra virgin olive oil turned them over, added a little more butter, 4oz of dry white wine and 1 chicken bullion cube to make a sauce and threw them in the oven at 375 for 25 minutes. FANTASTIC!!! The Bourson oozed out a little during the cooking and made the sauce thicken so nicely. Honestly, one of the best dishes I've ever made and I am the ultimate foodie.
I recommend wilting down fresh baby spinach and chopping and draining that over frozen spinach. I also tied by thighs with twine (kinky, i know) so most of the cheese mixture stays in. The skin adds a ton of flavor (so keep it on), but even with deep browning and no basting, it turns soft during cooking. Maybe next time I will throw them under the broiler to crisp the skin back up at the end... hmm
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Old 03-20-2012, 01:43 AM   #1239
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my lovelies, I have no idea if this has been posted in the past but HELLLOOOO Mexican craving heaven~~

Bacon Taco Shell yes ma'am, Holla Bacon lovers!!
Ground beef, sour cream, avocado
lettuce, pico and a wee bit of cheese..heavenly

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I took 6 strips of bacon, cut them in half (I made little tacos)

Took 4 taco shells and covered the outside in parchment paper.

Stood them upside down on a cookie sheet. Layed 3 cut strips over the backside of the shell slightly over lapping them

And baked in the oven at 375 until they were slightly brown. Took them out and let them cool to harden.

I saved those 4 shells in an airtight bag until I find an alternate way to make them




Do a search for "Chicago Metallic Baked Taco Rack" online.


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I made this salad in a wee cup made from cooked ham.
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Love the bacon taco!!
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cleo, that's a great idea! I am going to make that tonight! I have prosciutto.
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Wow! Thanks to everyone for posting your beautiful meals and great ideas! I love looking at this thread and I am learning so much from all of you. I will start posting photos of my food soon. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!!!!
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i'm making the ground beef pizza crust tonight (i think) i need some advice on how to cook it. Did you crumble and cook the ground beef first then put it in a casserole dish to then add the toppings and bake?? Andy suggestions would be appreciated. Ohhhh, i can already taste it.
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i'm making the ground beef pizza crust tonight (i think) i need some advice on how to cook it. Did you crumble and cook the ground beef first then put it in a casserole dish to then add the toppings and bake?? Andy suggestions would be appreciated. Ohhhh, i can already taste it.
If you have the time and are doing it in a casserole dish, just press it in raw and bake it through, then add the toppings and bake again. It will form more of a "Crust" this way too- think thin meatloaf.
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Old 03-21-2012, 12:55 PM   #1247
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Top of the line Sirloin steak with melted Rosenborg Danish blue cheese!

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Old 03-21-2012, 12:57 PM   #1248
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Taco Cabana fajita tacos

Taco Cabana fajita tacos minus the tortilla. SO yummy! I want to buy a bunch and take it home!!!
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Old 03-21-2012, 01:07 PM   #1249
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i'm making the ground beef pizza crust tonight (i think) i need some advice on how to cook it. Did you crumble and cook the ground beef first then put it in a casserole dish to then add the toppings and bake?? Andy suggestions would be appreciated. Ohhhh, i can already taste it.
I cook mine first and then add toppings. Be aware that the meat will shrink down by quite a bit so spread it as thin as possible. I use a rimmed pan. Look up 'meatza' for specific instructions.
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Oh, love that white, scalloped plate, Thinisin!!
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Old 03-21-2012, 01:49 PM   #1251
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Everything looks so wonderful. When people talk about how difficult and austere induction is, it's like really? REALLY?! What is boring about this food? Nothing. Sure, it's different, but different doesn't make it wrong; it makes it right.
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yes! get a big enough pan to spread the meat very thin- mine was too thick and although it was still good, it just tasted like a pizza burger! or maybe i used too much meat hmmm...
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Old 03-21-2012, 01:50 PM   #1253
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i am going to combine my meatza with the pizza dip recipe, make it in a pie pan and brown the ground beef then stir it in with 4-8oz of cream cheese as my base....but i am crazy like that....
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The cream cheese base is a good idea with hamburger because hamburger--even lean--can be fatty and will need something to offset that. I did make a beef pizza crust once, but the grease coagulation made for a slimier crust that was unappetizing to touch and look at.
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i would think bake then drain grease and top. but i kinda like the mixing of sour cream or cream cheese....like stroganoff....
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My very lame attempt at food porn. I am not a photographer, obviously, but these are my two latest yummies that I've made and remembered to photograph. Enjoy!

This is my first attempt at Cleo's deep dish pizza crust, topped with mozzarella, sausage, and broccoli. It was ahhhh-mazing but I need to figure out how to get the crust crispier.


This is silly but I was craving a sandwich so badly. It's an oopsie roll with turkey, mayo, avocado, and cheese. Yummmmmmmmmmmmm.
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Deep Dish Pizza Crust

I've made this crust several times, and I can never get the crust crispy. I hope someone out there can give us an answer. I'd love to know



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My very lame attempt at food porn. I am not a photographer, obviously, but these are my two latest yummies that I've made and remembered to photograph. Enjoy!

This is my first attempt at Cleo's deep dish pizza crust, topped with mozzarella, sausage, and broccoli. It was ahhhh-mazing but I need to figure out how to get the crust crispier.


This is silly but I was craving a sandwich so badly. It's an oopsie roll with turkey, mayo, avocado, and cheese. Yummmmmmmmmmmmm.
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alliebee, both of them look AMAZING! forget being an expert, you did a awesome job!
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