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Old 05-12-2012, 07:21 AM   #1321
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i have a recipe i think you guys might like.

Onion Spinach Bacon dip

3 8 oz packages of cream cheese softened.

1 10 oz package of spinach thawed out and the moisture squeezed out of it

1 10 oz package of frozen chopped onions. ( I use fresh chopped onions)

1 cup real mayo

1 pound bacon cooked and then crumbled

I used i can of artichoke hearts rinsed

1 10oz package of shredded parmasean cheese

and 1 1/2 cups of mozzerella

mix all together then put in a baking dish put in oen at 350 until brown on top.

Everyone loves this dip it reheats well and i once stuffed mushroom caps with this dip and put them inthe oven until the the dip was brown on top and everyone loved them.

Im sure all you creative people here can find uses for this dip but it is so yummy. Everytime i make it there is none left and people are asking me for the recipe.
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Old 05-12-2012, 07:37 AM   #1322
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i have a recipe i think you guys might like.

Onion Spinach Bacon dip

3 8 oz packages of cream cheese softened.

1 10 oz package of spinach thawed out and the moisture squeezed out of it

1 10 oz package of frozen chopped onions. ( I use fresh chopped onions)

1 cup real mayo

1 pound bacon cooked and then crumbled

I used i can of artichoke hearts rinsed

1 10oz package of shredded parmasean cheese

and 1 1/2 cups of mozzerella

mix all together then put in a baking dish put in oen at 350 until brown on top.

Everyone loves this dip it reheats well and i once stuffed mushroom caps with this dip and put them inthe oven until the the dip was brown on top and everyone loved them.

Im sure all you creative people here can find uses for this dip but it is so yummy. Everytime i make it there is none left and people are asking me for the recipe.
Sounds delicious!! Thanks for sharing
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Old 05-12-2012, 01:09 PM   #1323
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I have copied and pasted that dip recipe and will try it the for the next party! Thank you - it looks fabulous!
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:26 AM   #1324
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talk about excited i found recipes for a por rind french toast with only 1 gram of carbs. and a cinnaon porkrind cake im gonna have to try them
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oooo i just remembered a drink i love bt coulnt have until i started this diet,

I call it the sweet nothing

1 1/4 cp of heavy whipping cream

1 cp of ice

2 shots of your choice of sugar free flavored syrup ( you can usually by them in the coffee isle)

put all in a blender and bblend till ice is crushed and the cream whips up pour in a cup and enjoy its fantastic. and low carb mmmmmmm
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Old 05-17-2012, 04:46 PM   #1326
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Thank you! Let me know what you think!
Cleo am I overlooking a link to your recipes? I just see an emoticon in your signature? Tanks, Casey
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Old 05-18-2012, 11:25 PM   #1327
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If you click on a users name with the left mouse button a little menu will drop down and if they have a link to a website it will have an option to go to it. It will take you to the homepage of whatever site, if any, a user has.
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Wow, just got through all 45 pages of this thread, and can't wait to go grocery shopping! Thanks for all the foodspiration!
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Old 05-19-2012, 08:36 PM   #1329
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KBelly~Wow...that must have taken U a while! Hungry much?

Everything looks so Delish! SS that I have been MIA.
But, will try and get back in here.

Ribeye, salad & Jalapenos:
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Old 05-20-2012, 02:36 PM   #1330
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Old 05-22-2012, 06:51 PM   #1331
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Rbenz, someone likes jalapenos!
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Old 05-23-2012, 04:58 AM   #1332
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i have a recipe i think you guys might like.

Onion Spinach Bacon dip

3 8 oz packages of cream cheese softened.

1 10 oz package of spinach thawed out and the moisture squeezed out of it

1 10 oz package of frozen chopped onions. ( I use fresh chopped onions)

1 cup real mayo

1 pound bacon cooked and then crumbled

I used i can of artichoke hearts rinsed

1 10oz package of shredded parmasean cheese

and 1 1/2 cups of mozzerella

mix all together then put in a baking dish put in oen at 350 until brown on top.

Everyone loves this dip it reheats well and i once stuffed mushroom caps with this dip and put them inthe oven until the the dip was brown on top and everyone loved them.

Im sure all you creative people here can find uses for this dip but it is so yummy. Everytime i make it there is none left and people are asking me for the recipe.
This sounds awesome! I'm especially liking the stuffed mushroom idea!
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Old 05-23-2012, 07:48 PM   #1333
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Rbenz, someone likes jalapenos!
Yup...must have been my Texas upbringing.
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Old 05-23-2012, 07:59 PM   #1334
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That dip sounds like it would be an excellent Super Bowl dip.
I sure would like to have some of those stuffed mushrooms rt. now!

Picadillo (Mex Stew):
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Rbenz, that stew looks awesome! Do you mind sharing the recipe?
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Old 05-23-2012, 10:26 PM   #1336
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Sure.... But, it seems that every time I cook it up, I use difference ingredients. It really depends on what I have available in my frig/freezer. This time, I had cauliflower and added that. I also like to add diced zucchini...but, didn't have any. So, the cauliflower was the ticket.
To make it L/C: Use turnips instead of potatoes. I usually pre-cook the turnips in the Nuker w/boullion/water.
No Rice or Tortillas!

This is the basic recipe and adjust as u see fit:
Picadillo
Brown 2 lbs. of ground round in a pot
While browning add:
Crushed red chile
Chile powder
Cumin
Oregano
Salt or Lawry's salt
Add:
chopped onions, minced garlic, bell pepper,
diced potatoes, green beans and chopped cilantro (optional)

Stir all around to avoid sticking.
Add more seasonings as needed
Add an oz. or more of worchestershire sauce.
Optional: small can of green diced chilies
Stir and stir...
Add 1 lb. can of crushed or broken up whole tomatoes (or more if you want it soupier)
and add beef boullion too.
Let simmer for 45 minutes or so.
Taste...adjust seasonings as needed
Serve in a bowl, optional...shredded Jack/Mex cheese on top and a side of jalapeno.
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Old 05-24-2012, 06:29 AM   #1337
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Sure.... But, it seems that every time I cook it up, I use difference ingredients. It really depends on what I have available in my frig/freezer. This time, I had cauliflower and added that. I also like to add diced zucchini...but, didn't have any. So, the cauliflower was the ticket.
To make it L/C: Use turnips instead of potatoes. I usually pre-cook the turnips in the Nuker w/boullion/water.
No Rice or Tortillas!

This is the basic recipe and adjust as u see fit:
Picadillo
Brown 2 lbs. of ground round in a pot
While browning add:
Crushed red chile
Chile powder
Cumin
Oregano
Salt or Lawry's salt
Add:
chopped onions, minced garlic, bell pepper,
diced potatoes, green beans and chopped cilantro (optional)

Stir all around to avoid sticking.
Add more seasonings as needed
Add an oz. or more of worchestershire sauce.
Optional: small can of green diced chilies
Stir and stir...
Add 1 lb. can of crushed or broken up whole tomatoes (or more if you want it soupier)
and add beef boullion too.
Let simmer for 45 minutes or so.
Taste...adjust seasonings as needed
Serve in a bowl, optional...shredded Jack/Mex cheese on top and a side of jalapeno.
Thank you! I'm guessing we need to forego the potatoes though right? I think it would be just as great without them
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Old 05-24-2012, 07:56 PM   #1338
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Old 05-24-2012, 11:34 PM   #1339
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Thank you! I'm guessing we need to forego the potatoes though right? I think it would be just as great without them
Yeah, that's why I posted to use Turnips instead for L/C'n,
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Yeah, that's why I posted to use Turnips instead for L/C'n,
oh sorry! I missed that part

I was drooling over the recipe
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:07 PM   #1341
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That's OK, Star.
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oooo i just remembered a drink i love bt coulnt have until i started this diet,

I call it the sweet nothing

1 1/4 cp of heavy whipping cream

1 cp of ice

2 shots of your choice of sugar free flavored syrup ( you can usually by them in the coffee isle)

put all in a blender and bblend till ice is crushed and the cream whips up pour in a cup and enjoy its fantastic. and low carb mmmmmmm
Add a little club soda or sparkling water to that, and you have an Italian Soda. MMMmmmm good.

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Old 05-27-2012, 06:10 PM   #1343
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Is that one and a half cups of HWC????? no wonder that sounds awesome!!
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Dana Carpenter has an amazing zucchini kroquette recipe, but it takes forever to fry up the little patties, so I made a quiche with similar ingredients.

2 Lg. Zucchini, 1/4 cup chopped purple onion, 8 oz pack feta cheese -crumbled. I salted and drained the zucchini good before mixing all of the above ingredients. Then I just sprayed a pie pan, put in the mixture, and topped it with 7 eggs whipped up with 3/4 c. cream and 1/4 c. water. Cooked 45 min. @ 350. It is divine!! The bottom pic only fell apart because I couldn't wait for it to cool and set before taking a slice. When I went back later for more, it had set up very well. The feta cheese is so good with the zucc., and the purple onions stay just a little crunchy - it's a yummy combination.



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Is that one and a half cups of HWC????? no wonder that sounds awesome!!
You can mix club soda, ice, the flavored syrup and a dash of HWC, shake or blend it's very good and less HWC.
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Oh No!! The HWC Sounds wonderful!!
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Old 05-28-2012, 01:25 PM   #1347
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Bobbin~Yummy looking Quiche!
That Italian Soda sounds like a great Dessert!
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Sure.... But, it seems that every time I cook it up, I use difference ingredients. It really depends on what I have available in my frig/freezer. This time, I had cauliflower and added that. I also like to add diced zucchini...but, didn't have any. So, the cauliflower was the ticket.
To make it L/C: Use turnips instead of potatoes. I usually pre-cook the turnips in the Nuker w/boullion/water.
No Rice or Tortillas!

This is the basic recipe and adjust as u see fit:
Picadillo
Brown 2 lbs. of ground round in a pot
While browning add:
Crushed red chile
Chile powder
Cumin
Oregano
Salt or Lawry's salt
Add:
chopped onions, minced garlic, bell pepper,
diced potatoes, green beans and chopped cilantro (optional)

Stir all around to avoid sticking.
Add more seasonings as needed
Add an oz. or more of worchestershire sauce.
Optional: small can of green diced chilies
Stir and stir...
Add 1 lb. can of crushed or broken up whole tomatoes (or more if you want it soupier)
and add beef boullion too.
Let simmer for 45 minutes or so.
Taste...adjust seasonings as needed
Serve in a bowl, optional...shredded Jack/Mex cheese on top and a side of jalapeno.
Thanks for the recipe Patricia. Great idea to use the turnip. I have some ground turkey in the freezer so I may try it with that.
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Old 05-29-2012, 11:56 PM   #1349
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Dana Carpenter has an amazing zucchini kroquette recipe, but it takes forever to fry up the little patties, so I made a quiche with similar ingredients.

2 Lg. Zucchini, 1/4 cup chopped purple onion, 8 oz pack feta cheese -crumbled. I salted and drained the zucchini good before mixing all of the above ingredients. Then I just sprayed a pie pan, put in the mixture, and topped it with 7 eggs whipped up with 3/4 c. cream and 1/4 c. water. Cooked 45 min. @ 350. It is divine!! The bottom pic only fell apart because I couldn't wait for it to cool and set before taking a slice. When I went back later for more, it had set up very well. The feta cheese is so good with the zucc., and the purple onions stay just a little crunchy - it's a yummy combination.



Looks good Bobbin. You are doing great. Looking for recipes so I can restart low carbing.
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Old 05-30-2012, 12:02 AM   #1350
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Everything looks SO good! I love everyone seeing how versatile even INDUCTION is.

Sorry for the teeny beany pictures! Here are my latest shares: Mexican meatloaf


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Cleo, your mexican meatloaf looks awesome. Onmy way to your site to find the recipe! Thanks for sharing this beautiful photo.
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