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Old 11-15-2010, 03:32 PM   #481
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coconut cupcake with toasted coconut buttercream .. will post recipe after ds goes to bed.

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Old 11-15-2010, 06:28 PM   #482
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Old 11-15-2010, 06:29 PM   #483
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Candice’s Low Carb Cupcakes with toasted coconut buttercream

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Old 11-15-2010, 06:32 PM   #484
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OH MY...wiping drool off of computer screen. YUM...........
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Old 11-15-2010, 11:50 PM   #485
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Those pancakes and the cupcakes look yummylicious
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Old 11-16-2010, 11:14 AM   #486
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Thanks! they ARE good I just gave away 3 then froze the remaining 2. NEED to stop baking as my freezer is filled with goodies again

RECIPE HERE


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Old 11-16-2010, 11:34 AM   #487
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Candice, is almond flour or coconut flour lower on carbs??,,,,those cookies look like the BEST..so excited to try them....will have to start searching for some coconut flour
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Old 11-16-2010, 11:43 AM   #489
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coconut I think, it's mostly fiber. It is kinda hard to work with till you get the hang of it I think because of the fiber. I made someone else recipe for cookies not to long that had all almond and the cal/carb/was WAY higher.
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Thanks, I am so excited to try them...I am making lots of cookies to have in dishes all around the house for thanksgiving weekend, we will have about 30-50 guests coming and going between wed-sat, so i can make me these and not eat the carbage ones that were going to tempt me..
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The fiber really makes them so filling.. REALLY. I at 1 1/2 cookies hours ago.. and still have not had lunch yet. Just not hungry
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Old 11-16-2010, 05:26 PM   #492
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OKAY late pic for a while..
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where is the recipe for this cauliflower crust? I am intrigued.

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More pizza (Can you tell I like pizza?)

All are induction, so long as you don't go nuts.

Cauliflower pizza crust and bread sticks with marinara.
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Old 11-17-2010, 08:17 AM   #494
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Hi, mark! The recipe for the crust is here: Your Lighter Side...: Low-carb pizza dough (cauliflower)

For the bread sticks, here: Your Lighter Side...: Low-carb breadsticks recipe
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Old 11-17-2010, 08:25 AM   #495
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Cleochatra, what does the cauliflower crust taste like? I've been wanting to make it for a long time now.. but kinda scared. I do NOT like cauliflower..
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I don't like cauliflower either--that's why I love these food items! Zucchini is another wonderful option I use for the pizza crust when I want a more sweet (not savory) crust.

Quick aside: to make keep oopsies from spreading (I read your blog), I also suggest trying mini Wilton cake pans. They keep their shape beautifully!
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I don't like cauliflower either--that's why I love these food items! Zucchini is another wonderful option I use for the pizza crust when I want a more sweet (not savory) crust.

Quick aside: to make keep oopsies from spreading (I read your blog), I also suggest trying mini Wilton cake pans. They keep their shape beautifully!
humm I might have to give it a try, thanks!

Yup I did post a link to your recipe and from there there is a link to your post. I don't do this, because like I said in my post, I own parrots. You can not use non stick things when you own parrots. It will kill them! So that is why I do what I do
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I don't like cauliflower either--that's why I love these food items! Zucchini is another wonderful option I use for the pizza crust when I want a more sweet (not savory) crust.

Quick aside: to make keep oopsies from spreading (I read your blog), I also suggest trying mini Wilton cake pans. They keep their shape beautifully!
Cleo, I cannot find these pans anywhere...and wanted to make the donuts as a treat for my bday,,so instead of ordering them online and having to wait, hubby made some make shift ones out of heavy duty aluminum foil...
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Cleo, I cannot find these pans anywhere...and wanted to make the donuts as a treat for my bday,,so instead of ordering them online and having to wait, hubby made some make shift ones out of heavy duty aluminum foil...
do you have a Michaels craft store? they have a lot of wilton stuff.
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ohhhhhhhh yes we do and I didnt look there, thanks...I did try hobby lobby, target, walmart, kmart, bed and bath etc, but NOT michaels...thanks
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do you have a Michaels craft store? they have a lot of wilton stuff.
We have one here and I am going this weekend. I will surely browse around and try to find them.
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Candice - Your dessert pics are amazing. I love tiramisu! I will have to try out your recipe. Those cookies look tasty as well.
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The pans I've seen at : SuperWalMart, SuperTarget, Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and, surprisingly, the baking aisle of some grocery stores (they're more expensive there).
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cleo- is the fennel totally necessary to 'make' the dish? I made the crust and thought it was really good (though mine was pretty runny- not sure what was going on) without the fennel. i've never had it, will it give it just a little bit of something that makes it more WOW than it already was??
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Wow!! These pics over here are amazing!! I can see me baking up a storm this weekend. Thank you so much for sharing. Cleo--love, love, love your blog. You have the best ideas. Candice--I am looking for some really good coconut flour recipes. Your site is awesome too. What great photographer skills you have--those pics are beautiful!!

Thanks so much for sharing everyone!!!!!!!!!!
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I add fennel to further cancel out the cauliflower's pungency. That said, fennel's not an absolute necessity.

When you're dealing with a crust that isn't holding up:

1. Make sure to absolutely squeeze the heck out of the cauliflower and leave in a colander to further dry. Most problems with the cauli crust are the result of not drying the vegetable enough post pre-cook.

2. Make sure the dough is evenly distributed on the pan.

3. If all else fails, sub out 1/3 cup of cauliflower for Parmesan cheese. It will add to the carb count, but it's a good, final measure to take when all else seems to fail.
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