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Old 05-26-2013, 07:57 AM   #1831
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Old 06-01-2013, 06:17 PM   #1832
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First time so I hope this works. Tonight we had Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce with Saffron Cauliflower Rice. It was so delicious.
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Old 06-02-2013, 06:31 PM   #1833
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Bacon wrapped pork loin

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Old 06-02-2013, 06:50 PM   #1834
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bacon wrapped, cheese stuffed chicken breasts with green beans cooked in shallot butter

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Old 06-02-2013, 06:52 PM   #1835
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Beef roast served with a cream sauce made from drippings, hwc and some parm. cheese, with green beans cooked in shallot butter *happens to be our favorite way to cook and eat them now*

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Beef roast served with a cream sauce made from drippings, hwc and some parm. cheese, with green beans cooked in shallot butter *happens to be our favorite way to cook and eat them now*

I'm coming over for supper!
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Bacon wrapped pork loin

THIS looks AMAZING!!!! Thanks for sharing :-)
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Old 06-04-2013, 05:45 PM   #1838
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I have to try again as my last picture got lost.


Mock Potato Salad (with cauliflower of course) - no recipe, just use cooked cauliflower in place of potatoes.



Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce with Saffron Cauliflower Rice
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Old 06-04-2013, 08:35 PM   #1839
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Yummy, Annette!
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I tried making flax bread last night. It turned out very nice! Very bread-like. It didn't rise as high as I hoped, but maybe I will do better next time.



I tried toasting a piece when it was still warm but I found the flavour to be disgusting! t was somewhat fishy. I don't know if other people find flax breads to have that flavour or if it's just me. Usually by the next day the flavours have settled and that taste/smell is gone. Now my bread just tastes nutty and yummy. I stored it in the fridge.



Here's my supper tonight: egg salad open-faced sandwiches. I was excited to try it and took a bite before taking a picture so I had to try to hide my greediness The sandwiches were tasty and very filling. My bread is very dense-I couldn't even finish the second sandwich.

They also suggest ideas to make this a sweet bread and I will definitely try that next time.

I'm not sure about the rules for linking, but here's the recipe I used:

2 cups flax seed **recipe says seed but you need ground flax**
5 egg whites
2 whole eggs
5 tablespoons flax oil, coconut oil, or olive oil **I used coconut oil**
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup water
3 packets Stevia **I used liquid Stevia**

Directions
Mix all dry ingredients then add the wet. Whisk together and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes.
This recipe can also be made into muffins: divide batter into muffin pans and bake for about 10-15 minutes.

**I used golden flax seed that I ground in my blender. It worked like a charm! I don't think I'll ever use the regular dark flax meal again as the golden tastes a lot nicer**
**I beat the egg whites until fluffy. I then added the wet to the dry and whisked. Then I folded in my beaten egg whites last, hoping to help it be lighter. Didn't work though! lol **

A sweet chocolate bread can be made by adding Capella Flavor Drops. Some other awesome additions are pumpkin, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and protein powder flavor of choice.

Nutrition info per serving (1 serving/1 slice)
145 cal, 11 g fat, less than 1 g carbs, 6.5g protein

They calculated the carb count by subtracting the fibre for a net carb total.
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Old 06-07-2013, 06:22 PM   #1842
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Totally making this tonight. I have a box of egg whites to get rid of and this would help!

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I tried making flax bread last night. It turned out very nice! Very bread-like. It didn't rise as high as I hoped, but maybe I will do better next time.



I tried toasting a piece when it was still warm but I found the flavour to be disgusting! t was somewhat fishy. I don't know if other people find flax breads to have that flavour or if it's just me. Usually by the next day the flavours have settled and that taste/smell is gone. Now my bread just tastes nutty and yummy. I stored it in the fridge.



Here's my supper tonight: egg salad open-faced sandwiches. I was excited to try it and took a bite before taking a picture so I had to try to hide my greediness The sandwiches were tasty and very filling. My bread is very dense-I couldn't even finish the second sandwich.

They also suggest ideas to make this a sweet bread and I will definitely try that next time.

I'm not sure about the rules for linking, but here's the recipe I used:

2 cups flax seed **recipe says seed but you need ground flax**
5 egg whites
2 whole eggs
5 tablespoons flax oil, coconut oil, or olive oil **I used coconut oil**
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup water
3 packets Stevia **I used liquid Stevia**

Directions
Mix all dry ingredients then add the wet. Whisk together and bake at 350 for about 30 minutes.
This recipe can also be made into muffins: divide batter into muffin pans and bake for about 10-15 minutes.

**I used golden flax seed that I ground in my blender. It worked like a charm! I don't think I'll ever use the regular dark flax meal again as the golden tastes a lot nicer**
**I beat the egg whites until fluffy. I then added the wet to the dry and whisked. Then I folded in my beaten egg whites last, hoping to help it be lighter. Didn't work though! lol **

A sweet chocolate bread can be made by adding Capella Flavor Drops. Some other awesome additions are pumpkin, cinnamon, vanilla extract, and protein powder flavor of choice.

Nutrition info per serving (1 serving/1 slice)
145 cal, 11 g fat, less than 1 g carbs, 6.5g protein

They calculated the carb count by subtracting the fibre for a net carb total.
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Old 06-10-2013, 12:10 PM   #1843
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Lunch today: open-faced tuna sandwich with pickle and mayo, spinach, avocado, and a slice of brie cheese. Unbelievably delicious!




I love this bread so much. It hasn't stalled me at all. It's soooo nice to have bread again, and it's easier to make than Revolution Rolls.
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Old 06-10-2013, 01:59 PM   #1844
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Looks fantastic!! I am cutting and pasting!!! TY!!
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:50 PM   #1845
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Pot roast dinner with cole slaw, mashed cauliflower and green beans.



Gravy was thickened with guar gum. The gravy was fine, but it couldn't compare with a flour gravy! Next time I will do the guar and HWC. I ran out so I couldn't use it today.
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Old 06-14-2013, 04:46 PM   #1846
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I am new to the boards. the food on here looks delish I hope to try some of these recipes soon. thanks
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I didn't take a picture of them cuz fat bombs don't look that great.. well I guess it looks like a peanut butter cup... but I made a mocha one if anyone is interested in recipe.
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I didn't take a picture of them cuz fat bombs don't look that great.. well I guess it looks like a peanut butter cup... but I made a mocha one if anyone is interested in recipe.
Me Me!! If I can have it on induction.
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So I am back!! Nothing else has ever worked but lo carb for me, I am just having a blast looking thru all these recipes, trying to find the crack slaw anyone to direct me
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Welcome back and here is the link to the recipe that has the nickname of crack slaw.

HAMBURGER CABBAGE STIR-FRY - Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes
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Old 06-20-2013, 12:09 PM   #1851
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Cheese burger and turnip "chips" (first time i've tried turnip, not bad, quite sweet)

The first new thing i've cooked in the 6 weeks I started this WOE (for the past 5 weeks i've ate the same things every day )
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as long as you leave out the almond butter you can have these on induction.

Mocha Fat Bombs:
3/4 C coconut oil
4 Tbs. butter
2 Tbs. almond butter
1 1/2 - 2 teas. instant coffee
2 T SF Davinchi Hazelnut syrup
1/3 C splenda
2- 3 Tbs. cocoa

mix the instant coffee in the syrup before adding to rest of the ingredients... mix all well. Divide into 24 paper lined mini muffin cups. Freeze. Enjoy!!!!!!!
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Wish there was an easy way for me to make a fat bomb. I do not have a tiny muffin pan or cups. I only have instant coffee, butter, coconut oil, coco powder which i never have luck mixing with anything it just does not mix in, always stays at the top *unsweented. What can work?
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It takes work, but eventually it will incorporate. You can try heating the oil a little as well for the cocoa.

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Wish there was an easy way for me to make a fat bomb. I do not have a tiny muffin pan or cups. I only have instant coffee, butter, coconut oil, coco powder which i never have luck mixing with anything it just does not mix in, always stays at the top *unsweented. What can work?
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do you have a regual muffin pan? or ramakins? if you make these fat bombs make sure to mix the coffee and cocoa with the sf syrup!!!! works wonders. And yes the sf syrup is worth the investment!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I found the Davinci syrup at walmart back by the coffee in a small bottle for like 3.00... not alot of flavor choices this way but a great way to try them out.

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Wish there was an easy way for me to make a fat bomb. I do not have a tiny muffin pan or cups. I only have instant coffee, butter, coconut oil, coco powder which i never have luck mixing with anything it just does not mix in, always stays at the top *unsweented. What can work?
Do it like Coconut Bark...line a cookie sheet or pizza pan w/wax paper or parchment & spread, freeze & break apart in bite size pieces, then bag, put back in the freezer.

COCONUT ALMOND BARK
6 Tblsp of coconut oil
6 Tblsp of sugar or Splenda
3 Tblsp of Cocoa powder
1 cup of chopped almonds (omit almonds for induction)
Optional: Vanilla & Almond extract

Mix in a bowl
Pour & spread mixture onto a wax paper/parchment covered cookie sheet.
Freeze 10 to 15 min.
Break Bark into bite sized pieces
Refreeze in zip bag or container.
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bacon wrapped, cheese stuffed chicken breasts with green beans cooked in shallot butter

Holy LORD that looks delish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I think I must need to eat something, lol.
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Crackslaw or otherwise named....

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Welcome back and here is the link to the recipe that has the nickname of crack slaw.

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They have a broccoli-cabbage stir fry in a small bag I will try with this!! Thanks!!!!
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I have to try again as my last picture got lost.


Mock Potato Salad (with cauliflower of course) - no recipe, just use cooked cauliflower in place of potatoes.



Basil Chicken in Coconut Curry Sauce with Saffron Cauliflower Rice
You can do this!!! I'm just starting after several other dieting things, post-menopause (hyster), IBS.... UGH!!! I noticed that you said Curry something here but I can't see it now. I noticed I have a jar for something but it's high carb. A coconut curry, I'm sure. May I ask what's yours??? Thanks!
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