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Old 07-22-2009, 01:01 AM   #61
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Love the photo! Gotta try this one!

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Old 07-22-2009, 05:34 AM   #62
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Also, the crumb cake doesn't contain Carbalose flour and the torte does.
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Old 05-16-2010, 07:39 PM   #63
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Just wanted to bump this because it's one of my favorite LC treats!
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Old 05-16-2010, 08:40 PM   #64
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An oldie but a goody! This is fantastic!!
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Old 05-17-2010, 10:59 AM   #65
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THIS CAKE IS TO DIE FOR!! Amazing taste and texture! Thanks for bumping, Christiansmom!!
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Old 05-17-2010, 12:41 PM   #66
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I just made this, and I have to say it looks and smells heavenly. I was wondering about the directions where it says to spread the cream cheese mixture evenly over the batter. I actually was not able to do that because the batter was not very think and when I tried to spread the cream cheese layer it more or less just sunk into the batter. Is this how it is suppose to work? I can't wait to try a piece later!!
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Old 05-17-2010, 01:23 PM   #67
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This is an amazing cake! I've never been able to spread the cream cheese either, but I just usually drop blobs all over the batter and kind of spread it with the tines of a fork. I really like this with frozen wild blueberries. Yum! 350* is too hot for my oven (it turns really dark brown before it's done) so I cook it lower at 300* for about 45 mins.
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Old 05-17-2010, 03:29 PM   #68
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I just made my recipe again..and I plopped the cream cheese.. I made it with SF apricot jam..very nommie..
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Old 05-17-2010, 03:45 PM   #69
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This looks amazing. I wish that I had some sugar free jam or frozen raspberries in the house because I would be making this now.
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Old 05-17-2010, 05:07 PM   #70
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I'm going to need to make this again soon, this is such a yummy recipe Carolyn!!
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I plop the cream cheese mixture too and it turns out perfectly. This is my all time favorite and I wish I could have it in the house 24/7 every single week of the year but it's SO good that I want to eat it all in the first day. So now I save it for special days.

Thank you Carolyn.. this recipe was the one that showed me - eating LC can be good and yummy and tasty! I do not have to miss out just because I'm eating healthy!
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Old 05-19-2010, 05:19 AM   #72
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Thanks for all your kind remarks.. LCing is delicious..
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Thanks for posting this recipe. I made it today and it was great. I actually used 2/3 cup frozen blueberries and it was wonderful.Cathy
Does anyone know if this is in PLACE of the SF jam? Thanks!!
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Does anyone know if this is in PLACE of the SF jam? Thanks!!
yes, that is in place of the SF jam.

gonna make this for the weekend.
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Old 05-19-2010, 08:10 AM   #75
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Thanks ........ I had this recipe on an old computer, that crashed, .....and I lost the recipe.

It is wonderful !!!!!!
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Hee. First of all, I'm totally going to make this in a few months.

Second of all, I haven't slept, and I kept reading it as "San Francisco" jam!
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You know..I think some baby food..peach or apricot would be good instead of the jam, too..
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crap..crap....crap..crap..
I just made this...and it has 14 min left in the oven...and I realized I had left out the heavy cream...I hope it does'nt lack a "richness"...
I know I will like it anyway...I guess thats a GOOD REASON to have to make it AGAIN...

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crap..crap....crap..crap..
I just made this...and it has 14 min left in the oven...and I realized I had left out the heavy cream...I hope it does'nt lack a "richness"...
I know I will like it anyway...I guess thats a GOOD REASON to have to make it AGAIN...

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how did it turn out?
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Thinking about making this for my B-day... this or a 3 min. cake For now I would probably be better off with a 3 min cake.
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Old 09-27-2010, 09:06 AM   #81
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Well, we can still get fresh raspberries and blueberries..You can have this for your birthday, then eat for breakfast (over several days) until it is gone..That's what I do.
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Well, we can still get fresh raspberries and blueberries..You can have this for your birthday, then eat for breakfast (over several days) until it is gone..That's what I do.
That's a good ideal..
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Today is my low carb cooking day when I make food for the week. I have already made artisan flatbread, crispy crackers with coconut flour, and am roasting the tomatillos for chile verde. I just sat down for a minute to check in on the recipe board and saw this amazing cake. Guess I will be rooting around in the freezer for some frozen berries. My husband likes a little something with his coffee in the morning and we are plum out of ricotta cheesecake. Thanks so much! This board is amazing.
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Old 09-27-2010, 03:43 PM   #84
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Or, you could use some SF jam, too.
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I made this a few months back and I must say it is wonderful!!!
Thanks Carolyn!
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I can't make this right no because I am in the middle of moving, but when I am all moved and unpacked I wanted to try this again only using carbquik instead of the almond flour. Do you think that it would work?
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I just put this in the oven, I forgot to put on the raspberries before the crumb topping so I had to put them on the very top,, should be ok.. cant wait to have a piece later tonight at work.. yum
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I can't make this right no because I am in the middle of moving, but when I am all moved and unpacked I wanted to try this again only using carbquik instead of the almond flour. Do you think that it would work?
Some of us don't really like the CQ taste..but if you sift out the lumps of shortening, it is better..Give it a whirl..
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Thanks for the tip Carolyn. I am trying to get use to the taste of Carbquik. So far I really like it as a coating for chicken. I have made the easy drop biscuits and they're not too bad. I am going to try it as a sub in the impossible pies too sometime. I guess if we want to try making some of the old recipes we have to sacrifice on the taste a little bit..or a lot...lol. I guess I will try subbing it in this recipe when I get a chance, and I will report back when I do.
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Good deal, Gina.
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