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Old 04-15-2007, 01:40 PM   #31
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I got all the ingredients and I'm making this for breakfast tomorrow! Can I portion it out and reheat in the microwave? I'm thinking it would be good for breakfast for 3 or 4 mornings!
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I got all the ingredients and I'm making this for breakfast tomorrow! Can I portion it out and reheat in the microwave? I'm thinking it would be good for breakfast for 3 or 4 mornings!
that's what i've been doing, it tastes as good as the first day every time too
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I got all the ingredients and I'm making this for breakfast tomorrow! Can I portion it out and reheat in the microwave? I'm thinking it would be good for breakfast for 3 or 4 mornings!
Yep, Just like Nigel said. As a matter of fact...I just made some yesterday. I sliced it up, wrapped it up and put it in the fridge. Everyone just takes a slice and heats it in the microwave. I always find (like Nigel) It tastes just as good as when it's fresh baked. If you are in a hurry, heat it up and then wrap it in a napkin or paper towel and take it with you.
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I just ate the leftovers cold and it was great!

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Old 04-16-2007, 05:42 AM   #35
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Boy I really enjoyed this! I made it this morning and put in 8 slices of bacon (precooked in the microwave and cut up in small pieces), 15 oz. container of ricotta cheese, provolone cheese, parmesan cheese, tiny bit of salt, pepper, and the 4 eggs beaten. I also chopped a scallion with my kitchen scissors and mixed it in. I mixed it all up and baked it for 40 minutes on 350 degree oven. It is one of the best quiche recipes I have ever had! So easy too! Definitely a keeper! Thanks for posting this recipe!
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Old 04-16-2007, 08:41 AM   #36
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Thank you for the great recipe. I made this yesterday, added some ground turkey sausage and chopped spinach. Awesome!!
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Old 04-17-2007, 05:31 PM   #37
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I just ate the leftovers cold and it was great!

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Made this last night but I needed to cut down on the calories etc.

I used egg beaters southwestern, Kraft 2% milk cheedar cheese, and no onions. I added a couple of sprinkles of red pepper!

It is very good heated up but it is too grainy for me cold, which is odd becasue if it's good hot, it is even better cold!

Thanks for the recipe!
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Old 04-22-2007, 03:11 PM   #38
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Tooter - My son (who is 14) and I made this for lunch. I recommitted to LC and induction this morning and he is going to try and at least cut his carbs - maybe not complete low carb. It was wonderful. Your directions were clear and the endorsement were many. Thanks!
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Old 04-24-2007, 10:09 AM   #39
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OK, I am excited. This just came out of the oven. I used bulk breakfast sausage, spinach, onion, garlic, shredded some cheddar cheese and some parm. It smells WONDERFUL!
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I'll be right over!!!!!!! I'll bring a tossed salad and we'll have lunch! LOL

It looks Beautiful! I hope you enjoy!
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OMG. This is soo good!! Thanks Tooter! My DS will love this as well!
Here it is cut so you can see the inside
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Nice Barb! Gives me some ideas with some venison sausage my husband made this past winter.

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I would like to introduce you to my 6 month old pound puppy Diesel.

So I am home today after having an epidural yesterday. Ate my pie, and went to lay down for a bit. Apparently I dozed off and Diesel helped himself to the rest of the pie!
DS was upset, he was looking forward to trying it. So.... I am making ANOTHER one tonight!
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I guess that makes Diesel a low carber.

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Yeah. At least he has good taste! LOL.
So I made a 2nd one with bacon in place of the sausage and I am liking it even better! Yummy! Definitely a keeper recipe!
And DS is happy to have breakfast for tomorrow!
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How could you be mad at a beautiful face like that!
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It's coming out of the oven right now. Made with spinach, green onion, cheddar cheese, parmesan, and bacon. Mmmmmm it smells delicious!!
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I'm making one tonight with onion, spinach and bacon. I can't wait!

Diesel has good taste and he's adorable!
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when you add the bacon do you cook it first or can you put it in raw?
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when you add the bacon do you cook it first or can you put it in raw?
Cook it first.
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Yeah, definitely cook it first.
I then sauteed the onion and spinach in some of the bacon grease.
This stuff is so good, better leftover I think, and even good cold!!

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Thanks! We love him. Although I didn't think he was so adorable when my PIE was missing!! ;-)

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Old 04-25-2007, 09:27 AM   #52
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Yeah, definitely cook it first.
I then sauteed the onion and spinach in some of the bacon grease.
This stuff is so good, better leftover I think, and even good cold!!



Thanks! We love him. Although I didn't think he was so adorable when my PIE was missing!! ;-)
I had a meatloaf go missing once....fun stuff!
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Ok, not to be "Debbie Downer" (or maybe in my case it would be David Downer), but I'm wondering if anyone has done a nutritional analysis of this recipe? For me (currently in induction), it seems kind of high in carbs and was wondering if anyone could verify or else correct me on my calculations. Using Tooter's original recipe and assuming 6 servings in the 8 x 8 pan, I get the following per serving:

397.7 calories, 29.7 fat, 6.4 carbs, .2 fiber, 26.4 protein, and an effective carb count of 6.2.

I'm still going to make it this weekend, I'm not an egg eater and breakfasts are difficult. I'm hoping that by making it this weekend, SO will eat a large portion so that I am not tempted to eat it too many days in a row!

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Ok, not to be "Debbie Downer" (or maybe in my case it would be David Downer), but I'm wondering if anyone has done a nutritional analysis of this recipe? For me (currently in induction), it seems kind of high in carbs and was wondering if anyone could verify or else correct me on my calculations. Using Tooter's original recipe and assuming 6 servings in the 8 x 8 pan, I get the following per serving:

397.7 calories, 29.7 fat, 6.4 carbs, .2 fiber, 26.4 protein, and an effective carb count of 6.2.

I'm still going to make it this weekend, I'm not an egg eater and breakfasts are difficult. I'm hoping that by making it this weekend, SO will eat a large portion so that I am not tempted to eat it too many days in a row!

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I didn't check the counts, but will shortly.

No matter the counts, I would not eat this on induction. There is too much cheese and you should be getting the majority of your carbs from veggies during induction. I would save this for after your two weeks are up.
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This is what I got for the whole thing:

Total: 2457
Fat:206g 1850cal
Sat:108g 972cal
Poly:13g 121cal
Mono:73g 659 cal
Carbs:32g 121cal
Fiber:2g 0cal
Protein:120g 478cal

I assumed medium slices of bacon (not thick, not thin) and 2 tbls of butter to cook the onion in.

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Thanks Stacie - those numbers are pretty close to what I have. I've been "on induction" for several months - maybe I just need to change what I am calling the stage I am on. I still shoot for 20 or fewer ECC per day, but I can definetely fit this ricotta pie into that!

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Thanks Stacie - those numbers are pretty close to what I have. I've been "on induction" for several months - maybe I just need to change what I am calling the stage I am on. I still shoot for 20 or fewer ECC per day, but I can definetely fit this ricotta pie into that!

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If you've been on it for a few months, then I would just up your carbs to 25 grams per day and include this.
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Isn't ricotta on the dairy rung anyway?
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Yes, it's a fresh cheese (the 2nd rung).
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I had a meatloaf go missing once....fun stuff!
My first Komondor once swiped a pork roast I had "resting" on the counter. I even pushed the roast all the way back to the wall, but she got it anyway!

I knew I'd never see the roast again, of course, but she swiped my best platter, too. I was crawling around on the floor, looking under all the furniture for my platter, when my son walked in the door. "Hi, Mom! Uhhh ... what are you doing?"

"I'm looking for a pork roast!" I snapped. Then I looked up and saw that he had his girl friend with him, whom I had not met before. I was sooo embarrassed! :blush:

Thank goodness the young woman had a great sense of humor, and we all had a good laugh about it after I explained the situation.

(I eventually found the platter under my bed. Sheesh! )

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