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Old 07-12-2010, 07:23 PM   #31
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Thanks, to both of you! I found a local store that carries LorAnn Oils. Hopefully they carry the peach flavor. I really want to make Locarbman's Southern Comfort.
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ooh lowcarb southern comfort! OK, I used to be a bartender and when I was a cocktail drinker, my favorite old-fashioned kinda drink was a "Scarlett O'Hara", that is cranberry juice, southern comfort and a splash of Rose's Lime Juice ....

This could totally be made lc .... with:

Pomegranate Cranberry crystal light
Locarbman's SoCo
Real lime juice
Liquid Splenda

Hmmmmmm .......

p.s. Locarbman, I was being a little dramatic .. I actually enjoy a good whiskey straight up ... but there have defeinitely been times when a cocktail was in order! lol!
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1/8t LorAnn Gourmet Peach Flavor (ingredients Natural and Artificial Flavorings, Propylene Glycol (another name for Glycerine ;-), 0 carbs)
SO, this is not true??

PPG is not another name for glycerine?

Can I use it instead of glycerine?

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Lowcarbman, any other recipes? TIA Julie
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SO, this is not true??

PPG is not another name for glycerine?

Can I use it instead of glycerine?
I highly recommend you use the Vegetable Glycerine product as it is relatively inexpensive and readily available, however, if you wish to consider using propylene glycol as a substitute, I would suggest you research this product for yourself on the internet...this site has some interesting information:

What Is Propylene Glycol Overview - References, Advice, News, Videos, Coping & Support

References state that Propylene Glycol is a colorless, viscious, sweet substance (similar to Glycerine), however, I would be sure that your product is USP grade rather than industrial grade for use in foods and I do not know just how sweet it is (this would determine how much you would need to replace the glycerine which is 75% as sweet as sugar). I am comfortable in using the LorAnn flavorings due to the very small amounts required to flavor my recipes.

Hope this helps, and please let us know what you decide... ;-)
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Hi Julie,

Here is a site I have found helpful for drink ideas and recipes...

Google: webtender

I tried a number of different recipes several years ago but have pretty much stayed with the Southern Comfort since. You know the basic ingredients...let your imagination be your guide ;-)

I'm going to try Pauline's Scarlett O'Hara and look forward to trying favorites posted by others...this is going be lots of fun! ;-)
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Locarbman...Slight tweek of Lauren's Premium LC Chocolate Ice Cream (6c) Whisk: 2/3c powdered Erythritol, 1/4c cocoa (I use a mixture of cocoas), 3/4t notSugar, 1/16t(= 2T sweet) Pure Stevia ext and 2/3c heavy cream. Micro (1200 watts) 1min & 20sec, then whisk to dissolve. Add t vanilla. Beat 3 yolks and temper with cocoa mixture.(Add a small amount of hot cocoa mix to yolks while stirring; then slowly stir "tempered" yolks into rest of hot cocoa mixture) Add 2 2/3c heavy cream. Refrigerate a least 4 hrs. Process 20 to 25 min until thickened. Add T Creme de Cacao and process 5 min. Enjoy, Dee
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Whaaaa??????

Are you telling me straight vodka is NO CARBS????

Oh man, I'm gonna be in trouble, but it will be happy trouble!

(I know it DOES have carbs, and I thought once that maybe alcohol carbs are different, but can someone confirm they do not interfere with low carb weight loss???)
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Just for the heck of it, I looked it up.

Vodka, whisky, gin, grappa, cognac, rum or any other distilled alcohol, with no sugar added (all turned into alcohol) have zero carbohydrates.

Beer has lots and so does wine (red more than white, but still a lot.) A good rule-of-thumb is anything even slightly sugary or malty has carbs. Alcohol is sugar in another form (better, I'd say) and not a calorie is lost. You still get the energy. But no carbs, natch. The carbs have all been magically turned into booze.

However, they severely delay weight loss. I guess they keep the liver too busy. All those "empty calories" must bounce about a lot. Atkins died before he'd come to a conclusion on the matter, though I remember him recommending a glass of vodka rather than beer, wine or, supreme sin, fruit juice.

But booze not only delays fat loss; it withholds water and puffs you up......Ann
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Are you telling me straight vodka is NO CARBS????

Oh man, I'm gonna be in trouble, but it will be happy trouble!

(I know it DOES have carbs, and I thought once that maybe alcohol carbs are different, but can someone confirm they do not interfere with low carb weight loss???)
Hi shunammite,

No carbs per the USDA site:

Alcoholic beverage, distilled, all (gin, rum, vodka, whiskey) 80 proof

Refuse: 0%
NDB No: 14037 (Nutrient values and weights are for edible portion
Nutrient Units 1.00 X 1 fl oz 27.8g

Proximates
Water g 18.51
Energy kcal 64
Energy kJ 269
Protein g 0.00
Total lipid (fat) g 0.00
Ash g 0.00
Carbohydrate, by difference g 0.00
Fiber, total dietary g 0.0
Sugars, total g 0.00

http://www.nal.usda.gov/fnic/foodcom...st_nut_edit.pl

Vodka does have calories, however, I suspect that moderate use will not have a significant effect on weight loss...no problems for me... ;-)
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Thanks Ann. I did a little research too - it seems that alcohol alone may not spike cravings as carbs may, but since it lowers resistance, that may be worse. And the body will burn the alcohol calories before fat.

I got back from a little trip to a bed and breakfast, cocktail hour every evening, GAINED FIVE POUNDS IN FOUR DAYS!!! However, I was drinking three or four glasses of wine per event plus who knows how many "appetizers" (like I need those lol). On the weekend, I may risk an ounce of vodka in a diet soda, call me wild and crazy lol but nothing more - after a strict week, I got the weight back off but was not fun trying to make up lost ground.
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Awesome recipes and ideas! Can't wait to try these.
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I'd love to hear more LC liquor recipes I'd love Bailey's, Kahlua, etc.

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Smiles......I have this one that I believe came from the Recipe Room by Kris Exton. I haven't tried it. Sounds good!


Low Carb Bailey's

1 shot rum
1 shot low carb chocolate
syrup


2 shots heavy cream

Place the rum, chocolate
syrup and heavy cream in a
blender and mix.

Pour over ice. It really tastes
like Bailey's.
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I used to make the fake liqueurs years ago and had forgotten all about doing this. I'm so glad this got bumped. Not much of a drinker, but I'd like to try some for ice-cream making and baking.
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With summer here,it's going to be fun experimenting with some of the lc liqueurs. I've been making blender mudslides with Big Train Mocha mix....oh yum
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Tracy, in addition to several recipes for Bailey’s Irish Cream, I have recipes for Frangelico, Limoncello, and Coffee Liquor. Are you interested in any of these
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Irish Cream Liqueur Dana
1 ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
3 egg yolks
¼ cup Splenda
¼ cup erythritol
1 tablespoon Diabtisweet
3 eggs
2 tablespoons sugar-free chocolate syrup
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
1 tablespoon instant coffee powder
1/3 cup water
1 1/3 cup Irish whiskey
Whisk first five ingredients in a saucepan over low heat. Stir constantly until thickened. Cool completely. In a blender, blend eggs, chocolate syrup, vanilla, coffee powder, and water until well mixed. Stir in whipping cream mixture and whiskey. Do not blend.
Irish Cream Rosethorns
2 cups whiskey
3 cups cream
1/2 cup strong coffee
1 cup of sweetener
1 Tablespoon vanilla
2 teaspoons chocolate syrup
Coconut Irish Cream Rosethorns
4 cups coconut milk
2 T. instant coffee
2 tsp. s/f chocolate syrup
1 tsp. xanthan gum
2 cups of Irish whiskey
Pour milk, instant coffee, chocolate syrup, and xanthan gum in a large saucepan heat and let simmer for 5 minutes until it thickens.
Take off stove and let it completely cool .
Bailey Irish Cream Erica
1 recipe low-carb sweetened condensed milk (recipe follows)
1 cup cream
150 ml whiskey
1 tsp. instant coffee granules
2 Tbs. sugar-free chocolate syrup
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. almond extract
1/4 tsp. xanthan gum
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Store in the refrigerator in a closed bottle.
Sweetened Condensed Milk
4 oz. coconut milk powder (I used two 1.76 oz. packets)
1/4 cup water
12 tsp. sweetener
3 Tbs. unsalted butter
Put the water in the bottom of a microwave-safe bowl or measuring cup and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Immediately stir in the butter until melted. Add the remaining ingredients, whisking well or beating with a fork until totally smooth. Microwave for an additional 15 seconds or so, then beat the mixture again.
Bailey Mae Dana
2 cups vodka, bourbon, Southern comfort, rum, brandy
14 ounces heavy cream
1 cup half and half
2 tablespoons sugar-free chocolate syrup
2 teaspoons instant coffee crystals
1 teaspoon vanilla
½ cup Splenda
½ teaspoon almond extract
Mix everything together.
Limoncino (Limoncello) La Cucina Prima Donna Anne
10-12 organic lemons
1 (750-ml) bottle grain alcohol
3½ cups water
2½ cups sweetener
Wash lemons, and carefully peel in long strips. Scrape away any pith on the peels. Place the peels in a glass jar or pitcher, cover with the alcohol and seal closed with plastic wrap. Let this steep for 45-50 days.Strain the alcohol mixture into a clean bowl or pitcher. A mesh strainer lined with a coffee filter will suffice. Stir in sweetener.
Coffee Liqueur Carolyn
2 cups water
¾ cup xylitol
¾ cup Swerve Sweetener or other granulated erythritol
¼ cup ground coffee (I used decaf)
1 ½ cup vodka
1 tbsp. cocoa powder
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Hazelnut Liqueur Frangelico Carolyn
½ lb raw hazelnuts, coarsely chopped
1 cup vodka
½ cup brandy
½ cup water
3 tbsp Swerve Sweetener or granulated erythritol
3 tbsp xylitol
½ tsp hazelnut extract
½ tsp vanilla extract
Combine chopped hazelnuts, vodka and brandy in a quart jar and seal. Shake and let steep for 2 weeks, shaking every few days or so. In a small pot over medium heat, bring water, erythritol and xylitol to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes, until sweeteners dissolve and mixture thickens slightly. Let cool. Add cooled water/sweetener mixture to the jar, along with hazelnut and vanilla extracts. Seal, shake and let steep for another week. Place a large sieve over a bowl and line with cheesecloth or coffee filters. Let mixture drain through sieve (you may need to change the coffee filters once or twice to get it all to drain properly).
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Love the new flavors of vodka, especially from Pinnacle and 360... but why, oh, why did I not think to make my own with plain vodka and LorAnn oils?

Duh. I make my own vanilla extract, and we've made cinnamon whiskey (a la Fireball). I'd forgotten all about this thread, though.

Vodka and experimentation - here I come!
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Smiles......I have this one that I believe came from the Recipe Room by Kris Exton. I haven't tried it. Sounds good!


Low Carb Bailey's

1 shot rum
1 shot low carb chocolate
syrup


2 shots heavy cream

Place the rum, chocolate
syrup and heavy cream in a
blender and mix.

Pour over ice. It really tastes
like Bailey's.
Thank you! I Bailey's

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Irish Cream Liqueur Dana
1 ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
3 egg yolks
¼ cup Splenda
¼ cup erythritol
1 tablespoon Diabtisweet
3 eggs
2 tablespoons sugar-free chocolate syrup
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
1 tablespoon instant coffee powder
1/3 cup water
1 1/3 cup Irish whiskey
Whisk first five ingredients in a saucepan over low heat. Stir constantly until thickened. Cool completely. In a blender, blend eggs, chocolate syrup, vanilla, coffee powder, and water until well mixed. Stir in whipping cream mixture and whiskey. Do not blend.
Irish Cream Rosethorns
2 cups whiskey
3 cups cream
1/2 cup strong coffee
1 cup of sweetener
1 Tablespoon vanilla
2 teaspoons chocolate syrup
Coconut Irish Cream Rosethorns
4 cups coconut milk
2 T. instant coffee
2 tsp. s/f chocolate syrup
1 tsp. xanthan gum
2 cups of Irish whiskey
Pour milk, instant coffee, chocolate syrup, and xanthan gum in a large saucepan heat and let simmer for 5 minutes until it thickens.
Take off stove and let it completely cool .
Bailey Irish Cream Erica
1 recipe low-carb sweetened condensed milk (recipe follows)
1 cup cream
150 ml whiskey
1 tsp. instant coffee granules
2 Tbs. sugar-free chocolate syrup
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 tsp. almond extract
1/4 tsp. xanthan gum
Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Store in the refrigerator in a closed bottle.
Sweetened Condensed Milk
4 oz. coconut milk powder (I used two 1.76 oz. packets)
1/4 cup water
12 tsp. sweetener
3 Tbs. unsalted butter
Put the water in the bottom of a microwave-safe bowl or measuring cup and microwave on high for 30 seconds. Immediately stir in the butter until melted. Add the remaining ingredients, whisking well or beating with a fork until totally smooth. Microwave for an additional 15 seconds or so, then beat the mixture again.
Bailey Mae Dana
2 cups vodka, bourbon, Southern comfort, rum, brandy
14 ounces heavy cream
1 cup half and half
2 tablespoons sugar-free chocolate syrup
2 teaspoons instant coffee crystals
1 teaspoon vanilla
½ cup Splenda
½ teaspoon almond extract
Mix everything together.
Limoncino (Limoncello) La Cucina Prima Donna Anne
10-12 organic lemons
1 (750-ml) bottle grain alcohol
3½ cups water
2½ cups sweetener
Wash lemons, and carefully peel in long strips. Scrape away any pith on the peels. Place the peels in a glass jar or pitcher, cover with the alcohol and seal closed with plastic wrap. Let this steep for 45-50 days.Strain the alcohol mixture into a clean bowl or pitcher. A mesh strainer lined with a coffee filter will suffice. Stir in sweetener.
Coffee Liqueur Carolyn
2 cups water
¾ cup xylitol
¾ cup Swerve Sweetener or other granulated erythritol
¼ cup ground coffee (I used decaf)
1 ½ cup vodka
1 tbsp. cocoa powder
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Hazelnut Liqueur Frangelico Carolyn
½ lb raw hazelnuts, coarsely chopped
1 cup vodka
½ cup brandy
½ cup water
3 tbsp Swerve Sweetener or granulated erythritol
3 tbsp xylitol
½ tsp hazelnut extract
½ tsp vanilla extract
Combine chopped hazelnuts, vodka and brandy in a quart jar and seal. Shake and let steep for 2 weeks, shaking every few days or so. In a small pot over medium heat, bring water, erythritol and xylitol to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes, until sweeteners dissolve and mixture thickens slightly. Let cool. Add cooled water/sweetener mixture to the jar, along with hazelnut and vanilla extracts. Seal, shake and let steep for another week. Place a large sieve over a bowl and line with cheesecloth or coffee filters. Let mixture drain through sieve (you may need to change the coffee filters once or twice to get it all to drain properly).
OMG! Soobee, you are awesome! Thanks so much!

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Love the new flavors of vodka, especially from Pinnacle and 360... but why, oh, why did I not think to make my own with plain vodka and LorAnn oils?

Duh. I make my own vanilla extract, and we've made cinnamon whiskey (a la Fireball). I'd forgotten all about this thread, though.

Vodka and experimentation - here I come!
I decided to give this a try ;-) Purchased a 750ml Fireball Cinnamon Whisky Produced by Sacerac Co. Frankfort, KY (alc 33% BY VOL 66 proof). My! this is sweet and hot!!! ;-)

I tried making a low carb version:

375ml bottle Jim Beam Whiskey (0 carbs)
4T Steel's All Natural Honey Flavor Sugar Free Maltitol Sweetener (0 net carbs, laxative effect, to taste ;-)
1T Cook's Choice Pure Cinnamon Extract (Made from alcohol, glycerine, natural cinnamon oil, water, 0 net carbs...Available at Amazon, to taste ;-)

WOW!

locarbman... ;-)
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Is that wow, like a good thing?
LOL!

Yes, but I plan to enjoy it a sip at a time just to sparkle my taste buds...and control the laxative effect ;-) Otherwise it looks and tastes just like the Fireball Whisky! Will be great for the holidays! ;-)

PS: Disneegirl, how did you make yours?

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Sounds good. But yeah never thought about the Maltitol in it. But it's not likely a person would drink too much of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky. Right?
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