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Old 08-26-2007, 07:48 AM   #211
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Not great results with Kevin's mix, but that was my fault, I didn't up the baking powder.

definitely eatable, though.
This is always the tricky thing of trying to use an all purpose mix. If your tweaking a HC recipe, the recipe usually calls for leavening in addition to the flour and the mix works pretty good. If replacing straight carbquik in a LC recipe, how much leavening do you need to make up for what was in the carbquik.

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Old 08-26-2007, 01:34 PM   #212
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Yeah, I had a "Doh! (hitting forehead)" moment after the cake was in the oven.
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Old 10-10-2007, 09:06 AM   #213
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Old 10-10-2007, 08:17 PM   #214
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Shawnee's Original Lemon Bundt Cake

Charski:

My gosh what a thread. I went through the entire 8 threads and was
fascinated. You guys were really rolling with the creative juices flowing.
I have Pampered Chef's pottery type of bundt pan and I wonder if it would
work? It certainly makes good regular cakes very nice and high.

I recognized some of the names of the posters that are still here posting,
but not Shawnee and a few others that were regulars. Hopefully they
will come back.

Finished a humungeous job of taking all high carb stuff out of the big outside garage freezer and either giving it away or trashing it. Tonight I pulled everything out of the famous bottom 'baking' drawer and omg said goodbye
to a lot of old 'friends' who didn't make my life anything but miserable.
So I have 3 big plastic bags full of all the old baking things. Now I have
room for my new things from Netrition.

Thanks Char, for this thread. I will have time in the coming week to
start cutting and pasting into my computer. We are still enjoying the
peanut butter cookies, my husband sez he could eat the entire recipe
which made 47 very nice size cookies. I thought a few chocolate chips
might be a good addition to this cookie and I bought sf and salf free
peanut butter crunchy style for the next batch. I have to limit myself to
two per day.

You are wonderful new lowcarbfriends and I appreciate you all.

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Old 10-11-2007, 05:14 AM   #215
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Barbo, don't ya just love this thread. . .maybe one of my all time favorites, and responsible for some lbs. that wouldn't come off and a few that creeped back on for a while. . .but so useful.

Always love to bump this thread up.

Next I'm going to try Kevin's pastry flour WITH baking powder this time around and make something. . .and freeze part. . .for the holidays. I know it will be good.
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Old 10-11-2007, 05:23 AM   #216
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You know Magnamater - I was looking back at my ****** from my Bundt Cake days and I found something astonishing. I was at the top of my carb ladder AND making these bundt cakes (especially Charski's Spice one!). So you'd see ezekiel cereal, yocheese, fajitas, then bundt cake for dessert. You know honestly, I weighed 142 then (now 148 to 151). My DH and I were just talking about this a week ago trying to figure out how we were eating so much and yet we were both thinner then than now. I certainly miss the bundt cakes and now that Fall has finally arrived I wouldn't mind making one. My problem and perhaps yours is that I keep making them back to back and perhaps that accounted for some of the later pounds.

Anyone ever make any other flavors? I love the lemon and the spice plus they are "simpler" than some of the others. I'm dying to try something again.
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Old 10-11-2007, 08:52 AM   #217
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Oh, it's good to see this thread resurrected - I do miss Shawnee and wish she'd come back! I know she's busy with life but hey - WE MISS YOU GIRL!

I haven't made one of these in a long time - like you, Davian, I kept making things "back to back" until I gained TWELVE POUNDS! Finally put the brakes on by going back to induction and lost 22 pounds total! So it wasn't a BAD thing. I just know that I cannot HAVE LC baked goods in the house 24/7 - or I will just keep on eating them.

I love this cake in many of its iterations and guess it's about time to make one again!
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Old 10-11-2007, 01:15 PM   #218
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LOL, Charski, I KNEW it in my head (to go back to basics), but DOING it. . .took me longer!!! I finally DID what you did. . .
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Oh, it's good to see this thread resurrected - I do miss Shawnee and wish she'd come back! I know she's busy with life but hey - WE MISS YOU GIRL!

I haven't made one of these in a long time - like you, Davian, I kept making things "back to back" until I gained TWELVE POUNDS! Finally put the brakes on by going back to induction and lost 22 pounds total! So it wasn't a BAD thing. I just know that I cannot HAVE LC baked goods in the house 24/7 - or I will just keep on eating them.

I love this cake in many of its iterations and guess it's about time to make one again!

I have to join in with a comment about making WAY too many of these "goodies" - I was making something at least three times a week - then down to two then finally down to just the weekend - I too put on some weight and NEED to take it off - it's just SO hard getting back to induction AGAIN!!!! Did you do it "by the book" or did you do some "cheating"? 22 pounds is great!!! Now - of course - we have the holidays coming up!!!!
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Hey to Char and Mags...LOL, kinda nice to see this old standby cake (and its many variations) surfacing once again...yup, we did have fun with it.
(I look in from time to time, checking up on y'all!)

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Yeah, I decided to leave out the PolyD since I was using both Diabetisweet and Erythritol, which both add bulk on their own...worked great!
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Old 10-12-2007, 05:51 AM   #221
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Shawnee, we definitely miss you! so please stop by. . .often.

About maintaining and re inducting. . .Yes, in my own way, I did a 6-7 week round of bare bones LC. . .then started up the ladder again.

I don't have a "conscious" plan for eating treats. I'm too busy most of the time to make them (working 2 jobs) but when I am not in my acceptable 5 lbs. range. . .I re induct again. (Usually for no more than 3 days) I am able to maintain without going back on induction. . .haven't had to do so in a couple of months.

That's what I'm doing. But whatever works for the individual.
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Old 10-12-2007, 08:25 AM   #222
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SHAWNEEEEEE!!! Girl, you have GOT to poke your head in here more often - I know you're a busy woman but YOU ARE MISSED!!

Janie, I did like you - a CLEAN induction. I just did 2 weeks, then eased back into the carbier things again, like beans and winter squashes and sweet potatoes. I did give up my beloved Ezekiel bread, for the most part - I used to have cheesetoast for breakfast nearly every day - and I seem to be having NO problem sticking to my 3 pound "window" of maintenance weight (131-134) - and I agree, it's SO individual!

But a nice TREAT every now and then makes this a very do-able program. This weekend we'll be celebrating my Dad's, my sister's, and my own birthdays so I'm making a LC lemon tart. YUM.

Next occasion I'm gonna make one of these cakes again though!
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Old 12-05-2007, 01:28 PM   #223
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Old 12-05-2007, 01:53 PM   #224
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Thanks for bumping this, Rosethorns - think I'll make the spice version soon! Or maybe the German chocolate. Or maybe the....

Well one of them anyways!
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Old 12-05-2007, 03:47 PM   #225
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Shawnee! Good to see a post from you, it's been a long time! Stop and see us again real soon - we miss you!
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:45 AM   #226
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Bumping up for myself! I'm thinking a cinnamon swirl version. . .vanilla. . . with Kevinpa's mix and baking powder this time!!!! I know. . .or maybe gingerbread. . .or maybe lemon. . .or maybe orange. . .(no dates, but nuts) Oh dear, so many versions, so little time! Or coconut!! Oh yeah!!
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:53 AM   #227
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Just my 2 cents....I love the ingredient list of the gingerbread and lemon bundts - I have specialty ingredients without going crazy with stuff. Anyone comes up with a new bundt using similar ingredients I would be personally thrilled! I make the chocolate, gingerbread and lemon as my ONLY cakes now. They are so decadent I can't believe it between them and cheesecake I'm in total heaven. A new flavor would be great! (was that a good enough hint, hint) LOL.
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Old 03-22-2010, 04:51 PM   #228
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Ok...

I am bumping this old thread..

These cakes look SO Good and I want to make a Coconut Pound cake for Easter...

Will experiment and post...
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Bump, for that coconut cake, too. Julie
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bumping to mark my spot. Planning on making the lemon this weekend for company. Now, should I tell them it's low carb or not?
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Old 08-11-2010, 05:17 PM   #234
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I don't say "low carb" I just say "there is no sugar and no flour in this dessert!" You SHOULD let them know, in case anyone has allergies to nuts or artificial sweeteners.
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Also if you are using the poly d, this sometimes makes people's tummy and other parts rumble. I don't use it with my grandson, or there is no being around himJulie
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Old 09-05-2010, 06:11 AM   #236
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I am so glad that this recipe was revived! I haven't made a bundt cake in forever and it's about time that I did! I Like the fact that these are all ingredients that I already have on hand. Is there a thread for just different bundt cake recipes? That would be fun!
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Old 09-06-2010, 10:50 AM   #237
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WOW! glad this was bumped!

It is starting to cool off, soooo, baking is back on the list of things to do.

There are so many different flavors to try.
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:57 AM   #239
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There are so many different bundt cakes on this thread. I think I'll make a different one on here. This is a great cake for Birthdays and other holidays.
Thank you Shawnee and everybody who put a recipe on here.
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I REALLY LOVE the cheesescake minis...I guess that is the cream cheese muffins someone mentioned and I will have to try them with the German Chocolate frosting. I just made pan with crystal lite lemonade mix for the sweetener. Wooooo were they ever TART but just the way we love them, but I'd use some other flavoring for the GC frosted ones. Thanks to who ever came up with these recipes. It has really changed our LC lifestyle to be able to nibble some legal goodies while still trying to lose weight.
Does someone know the recipe for "Joan's cream cheese muffins" I think that's what they were called?

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