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Old 01-10-2013, 09:22 AM   #1681
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I bet this was the recipe she/he used for the cream cheese muffins:

Basic recipe
2 8oz. pks. philadelphia cream cheese
1/2 cup sweetener (I use spenda)
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Soften cream cheese about 40 seconds in microwave. Add other ingredients. Beat with mixer till smooth. Pour into 12 muffin pans lined with the papers. Bake at 350 for 20 min.
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:19 AM   #1682
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turkey stir-fry with mashed cauliflower. It was very filling and satisfying.

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Tonight's Food Porn:


Oven Roasted Shrimp and Asparagus.

Mixed 1/2 a stick of melted butter (Paula Deen is smiling somewhere), some rice wine vinegar, lemon juice, lots of garlic, and pepper then roasted in the oven till done (used the broiler for the last few minutes).

Asparagus is just a little oil, salt and pepper then roasted.
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Chicken tenders topped with a bit of cream cheese, wrapped in prosciutto and baked then topped with balsamic glaze. Loaded mashed cauliflower (cauli, cream cheese, a little bit of shredded cheese and green onions) and green beans.
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Old 01-16-2013, 10:59 AM   #1685
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Heroin Chicken with zucchini and mushrooms pan fried in butter.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:06 AM   #1686
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can someone tell me how to get your picture in the response instead of as an attachment? i like to think i'm a pretty techy person, but I can't seem to figure this out.

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Old 01-16-2013, 08:10 PM   #1687
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All of this food looks sooooo good!!! And all of you are brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!

I am re inspired! Being someone who is constantly baking and fooling around in the kitchen, this WOE (2 weeks on Friday!) Has been reeeeallllly reeeaaaalllllllly difficult for me. Last night i got so discouraged. I felt like i couldn't eat anything i wanted, and after dropping 10 pounds my first week, i was seeing the scale go up and down. I caved and ate a whole can of spaghetti os

But today, i got back up and got right back on the horse!!

And now with these recipes, i feel like im on top of the world!! I can do anything! I can eat anything!! Im so excited! Thank you so much! I feel like now this is a real possibility. I can really lose this weight! Thank you! A million times thank you!!
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:21 PM   #1688
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Hi all,
My first real Food Porn pic. Chicken tostadas with guacamole.

Chicken Tostadas with guacamole

Ingredients:
1 small chicken breast cooked and schredded
about 1/4 cup of green peppers and onions sauted in butter
1 avacado
1/2 teaspoon of concentrated cilantro (produce section)
3 tbsp of salsa
3 tbsp of sour cream
1 and 1/2 cups of fiesta blend cheese
optional mexican hot sauce

On a small piece of parchment, I made a small pile of fiesta cheese (about 4 tbsp) and cooked it in the microwave for 45 seconds. I did this 3 seperate times for the 3 individual "tostadas". While they cooled, I made the guacamole by cutting my avacado length-wise and digging out the pit. Then I mashed it in a bowl and added 3 tbsp salsa and 1/2 teaspoon of concentrated cilantro, mixing it thoroughly. You could use fresh chopped cilantro if you desire. I put a dollop of the guacamole in the center of each "chip" and then put some chicken and some of the green pepper/onion mixture on top. Divided the rest of the cheese between the 3 tostadas and added dollop of sour cream. The drizzle is a mexican hot sauce that I like to add but you don't have to unless you like hot stuff

Thank you all for posting such inspiring recipes and the pics to boot. It has changed my way of thinking about food and dieting versus a complete life-style change. I am here for the long haul.
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Old 01-19-2013, 06:27 PM   #1689
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Old 01-19-2013, 07:31 PM   #1690
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can someone tell me how to get your picture in the response instead of as an attachment? i like to think i'm a pretty techy person, but I can't seem to figure this out.

TIA!!
I had to start a free photo bucket account for mine. Than you just add the url.
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Old 01-22-2013, 01:59 PM   #1691
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I had to start a free photo bucket account for mine. Than you just add the url.
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Old 01-22-2013, 02:08 PM   #1692
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Heroin Chicken drumsticks with creamed spinich and cheese crackers

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Old 01-22-2013, 02:16 PM   #1693
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Thanks guys!! I figured it out!! Now you can actually see the food.
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Delicious Chicken & Apple Sausages (1 carb - I found them super rich and one was enough) with Wilted Poppyseed Buttered Cabbage and Organic Sour Cream


Mushroom Omelet with Four Cheeses and Spring Onions
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Afternoon Snack: Pepperoni Chips with dip

(dip is just cream cheese, sour cream, and choped green onions)

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I need ideas for chicken broth. I do a whole chicken in crockpot everyweek and have lots of broth I don't know what to do with. Any ideas? I would love to figure out a noodle recipe. I looked on Linda Sue's site but she didn't recommend either one of the two on there. Thanks, Susan
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I need ideas for chicken broth. I do a whole chicken in crockpot everyweek and have lots of broth I don't know what to do with. Any ideas? I would love to figure out a noodle recipe. I looked on Linda Sue's site but she didn't recommend either one of the two on there. Thanks, Susan
I love to make a rendition of Olive Gardens Zuppa Toscano when I have extra chicken broth. Here is the recipe:

1 roll mild sausage
2 pkgs real bacon bits or 12 oz cooked and chopped
1 small onion, chopped fine
jicama cubed (about 1 lb)
1 bunch kale
1 cup HWC
6 cups chicken broth
salt & pepper to taste

Boil jicama about 20 mins to soften and peel. Cut into cubes. Meanwhile, Cook sausage until done, then drain almost all of the grease and transfer to a pot. Cook onion and bacon bits in remaining grease and transfer to sausage pan when onions are opaque. Add jicama and chicken broth and simmer for approx 30 mins. Add HWC and kale and simmer 15 mins more. Add salt and pepper to tast and maybe top with some fresh grated parm or other cheese.
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can someone tell me how to get your picture in the response instead of as an attachment? i like to think i'm a pretty techy person, but I can't seem to figure this out.

TIA!!
If you want to upload the image onto your post and then also have it big, you just take the link of the uploaded image and insert it as an image (using the insert image button-the yellow one that looks like it has mountains on it) into the body of the post. It will show up as a large image in the main body of the post. It will still show up as a thumbprint in the bottom of your post. I find this easier than uploading it elsewhere.

And, it isn't any big deal just to have it as a thumbprint only, because the viewer can click on it and see it full size if they want.
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Old 02-05-2013, 08:36 PM   #1700
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Old 02-06-2013, 07:50 AM   #1701
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OK, this is about as basic as it gets but sometimes that is what is needed...
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I don't know how to do the pics but I fixed some really good egg drop soup today.
Chicken broth which I have gobs of it in the freezer because I good one whole chicken a week in crockpot. chicken broth, onion poweder, little chopped celery boiled till cerlery was tender. I slowly stirred in two egg yolks beaten while boiling then I added lots of small pieces of chicken that I deboned. I think carb count should be very low for this and it is hot and tasty. I really liked adding the chicken to it. When induction is over I would look forward to some real onion in it. Susan H.
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Old 02-06-2013, 11:33 AM   #1703
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Thanks for the recipe 160 or bust! I will try that in fact if I had read it first I would of made it today. That looks really good. Do you think it would freeze ok? Maybe not with the Kale. Ok I am dumb what is HWC? I'm sure I'm going to feel really stupid when I find out..lol
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Between the somewhat greasy broth and the flaxseed pancake I may have to take up residence in the powder room...lol
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Ok guys and gals I'm warning you these things are SERIOUSLY ADDICTIVE! However, if you're brave enough to test your will power you have to try these!! I seen somone metion doing this somewhere and I'm oh so glad they did

They are not the prettiest but omg, they are delicious!!!

They are the cream cheese clouds from linda's site but I added one of those new flavor creations packets that are like flavoring for cake icing. The entire packet of the flavoring is only 2 carbs so in the whole batch it only adds 0.08 carbs per cloud. Totally worth it if you ask me. These are made with the mocha flavored one and they were so good.......so good I ate the whole batch in 2 days I told you they were addictive! Next I have the chocolate almond....i think i'll wait a few days before making those lol

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That looks absolutely wonderful!
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This site is so wonderful. I did this a few years ago but gained it back so doing it again. I have to admit I thought everyone was nuts melting the cheese in microwave to make cheese crackers. My most humbliest apology to everyone. I just made two last night just to see. Oh my goodness they were wonderful. Thanks again to evryone on this site you are making my journey so much easier.Susan
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Old 02-10-2013, 12:26 PM   #1710
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I have a question. Is there a computer program out there that you can put your recipes into and it will give you the breakdown on carbs and so forth and so on? I know there are programs you can put your recipes into but didn't know if they broke down the info or not.
I would love some feedback on this. Sorry I am kind of off subject.I'm new and didn't know where to go to ask this.
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