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Old 04-23-2013, 06:08 AM   #1801
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My first attempt at cauliflower pepperoni bread


They were delicious!

My daughter and I also made a cauliflower pizza

Finished product, topped with fresh mozza, grated mozza, pepperoni, red peppers, and mushrooms. The spinach was added after it came out of the oven:


The crust before baking:


Baked crust before toppings:


It held up nicely! A little soft but not soggy or falling apart at all:


Very delicious:



Everyone thought it all tasted yummy!

OMG those look like potato skins. gives me a brilliant idea!!!!
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:37 PM   #1802
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Flax bread:


Ham and cheese sandwich made with the flax bread:


I buttered and grilled both sides of the bread, I found it really gave the flax bread a nicer texture and flavour. The sandwich was pretty small, but it surprised me with how filling it was.
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Mustard pork chops with roasted cabbage

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Old 04-25-2013, 07:34 PM   #1806
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My dinner tonight. Super yummy! Teriyaki Marinated Chicken Thighs W-Peppers & Shitake Mushrooms over steamed edamame
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My dinner tonight. Super yummy! Teriyaki Marinated Chicken Thighs W-Peppers & Shitake Mushrooms over steamed edamame

Please tell... Teriyaki Marinated? What sugar free sauce did you make or find?
I curious?
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Old 04-27-2013, 06:18 PM   #1808
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Chicken breasts brushed with a mixture of mayo, fresh grated park, parsley and garlic powder. Served with a side of coleslaw and green beans.



Baked at 325 until browned, about 30 mins or so. They were soooo easy to make. These thighs were tender and oh, so juicy! We devoured them
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Looks amazing! Good job. How did you make your cole slaw? I have to admit I crave kentucky fried chickens sweet cole slaw often
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Old 04-28-2013, 07:27 AM   #1812
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Looks amazing! Good job. How did you make your cole slaw? I have to admit I crave kentucky fried chickens sweet cole slaw often
The dressing is a mix of mayo, sour cream, a splash of lemon juice, splash of pickle juice, salt, pepper, a tiny bit of Stevia and mustard.
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Chicken breasts brushed with a mixture of mayo, fresh grated park, parsley and garlic powder. Served with a side of coleslaw and green beans.

Oh dear, I meant fresh grated PARM, not park!
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Please tell... Teriyaki Marinated? What sugar free sauce did you make or find?
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I actually used about 1/4 cup of Kikkoman Low Sodium Teriyaki Sauce & 1/4 Cup Water (to 4 chicken thighs). I marinated for about 2 days. Measured the marinade before submerging the chicken and then measured the remaining after I pulled the chicken out tosee how much absorbed. When I figured it out, it was only about 6g of carbs for 4 thighs. It didn't affect the scale for me the next day and the teriyaki taste really came through even though it was a small amount & watered down. Maybe a little scary for some people but it worked for me
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I actually used about 1/4 cup of Kikkoman Low Sodium Teriyaki Sauce & 1/4 Cup Water (to 4 chicken thighs). I marinated for about 2 days. Measured the marinade before submerging the chicken and then measured the remaining after I pulled the chicken out tosee how much absorbed. When I figured it out, it was only about 6g of carbs for 4 thighs. It didn't affect the scale for me the next day and the teriyaki taste really came through even though it was a small amount & watered down. Maybe a little scary for some people but it worked for me
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holy goodness...i want those cauliflower pepperoni breads ASAP
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I make the " bread sticks" regularly here foes family. They are the perfect after school snack
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I make the " bread sticks" regularly here foes family. They are the perfect after school snack
BigRolliePollie do share please how you make this?
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Sliced ham, avocado, and over easy eggs



Homemade seafood salad on garden salad (tomato optional) with banana peppers!



Bologna salad on shredded ice berg (never thought I'd eat this, now I love it)



One pan meal (steak, then add onion, then add frozen broc and minced garlic. Sauteed in Coconut oil with sea salt and herbs)




Zucchini noodles (used a julienne peeler) sauteed in olive oil and sea salt and a few herbs



Baked spaghetti squash with sausage and cheese



Pork Rinds drizzled in a mixture of melted butter, cinnamon, and splenda



LOVE having these on hand -- if you have fresh herbs about to wilt and go bad melt some butter and stir them in. Pour into muffin pan and freeze until solid. Use a warm washcloth on the back side to slide them out and put into a freezer bag. Perfectly portioned butter herb discs ready for any pan frying needs!!!
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Pork and mushroom curry with shirataki noodles.

I sautéed everything in canola oil and coconut oil. I used HWC for the sauce, reduced until it was mostly gone and very thick. This was so delicious I had to pack up the leftovers and run out of the kitchen to stop from nibbling.

Shirataki noodles deserve more love! I think they are delicious. One of my twin daughters loves them and she isn't low carbing. She doesn't find any diference in taste to reg noodles and love that they're so easy to prepare. I rinse them well in a colander under cold water, squash them down to get as much water out and then toss them into a very hot, dry pan. I cook them for a few minutes, tossing them until they are dry. I added some coconut oil to the pan this time to give them a bit of that yummy coconutty flavour. After cooking them like this I found the texture to be very very close to regular spaghetti.

I only like the TOFU ones. Tried the regular shirataki ones but found them too chewy for me. I've read that if you enjoy 'glass' noodles then you would like the non-tofu kind.

Who else loves tofu shirataki noodles? One pack = 40 calories, 6 grams of carbs and 4 grams of fibre. Those are great numbers!
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Just a note on making homemade seafood salad - be sure NOT to use imitation crab meat. Most of them are loaded with carbs (and sugar). Only use REAL crab meat! Be careful too with spaghetti squash. If you watch your portion size, you should be ok but keep in mind that one cup of cooked spaghetti squash is 8g net carbs per cup.

I saw someone also ask for a Cole Slaw recipe. I always liked KFC's too, but I make mine now with Splenda. I took a huge bowl full to a church picnic this past weekend and everyone kept asking me for the recipe. No one knew it was sugar-free! I had even put a label on the bowl lid stating that it was sugar-free, but someone put the lid under the bowl and no one knew. That kind of made me proud! LOL Anyhow, here's my recipe for Cole Slaw for anyone interested in trying it:

1 pkg. prepared cole slaw mix (I get the kind without carrots)
1/4 cup chopped red onion
1/4 cup chopped red bell pepper
1/4 cup chopped green bell pepper
1 stalk celery
1 1/2 cups real mayo (no sugar)
1/3 cup granulated Splenda
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon white vinegar
pinch of salt
pinch of ground black pepper

Toss first 5 ingredients together in a large bowl. In a separate bowl, combine mayo, Splenda, lemon juice, vinegar, salt and pepper. Mix well to combine. Add dressing to vegetables and mix well. Refrigerate at least an hour; mix again before serving.
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Pork stir fry with shirataki tofu noodles

More love for tofu shirataki noodles!


Pork stir fry with fettuccine shirataki noodles, red peppers, mushrooms, bean sprouts, green and red cabbage, seasoned with a splash of soy. It was delicious! In fact...


Bad kitty Max tried to get in on the action!


He managed to steal a bean sprout.
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Chocolate lava cake

1 egg, beaten
2 Tbs cocoa powder
1 Tbs melted coconut oil
2 Tbs sour cream
Sweetener to taste (I used two squirts of liquid Stevia and 1 Tbs Truvia)



Whisk all ingredients together until smooth. Spray a mug or custard cup/ramekin and pour batter in. Mmmmm, the batter is delicious.



It's ready to cook! Microwave for about 45 seconds. Check after 40 seconds as all microwaves are different. It should be very liquidy in the middle and just set around the edges.



Sorry for the blurry picture, I guess I was too excited to check before diving in!



This is how I prefer mine, barely cooked and quite runny in the middle and underneath. You could cook your a few seconds more if you like. It's delightful.

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