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Old 01-02-2008, 01:31 PM   #151
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Arlene that is true, but there is nothing like a yellow onion sauteed in butter. lol. I'm a fanatic and usually get a good portion of my carbs this way. In one form or another throughout the day.
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Old 01-02-2008, 07:18 PM   #154
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This is my new favorite breakfast. It tastes great and the sausage takes away that egg taste. Even with free range, fresh chicken eggs (talk about potent! ).

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This is my new favorite breakfast. It tastes great and the sausage takes away that egg taste. Even with free range, fresh chicken eggs (talk about potent! ).

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That sounds good!
I make a breakkie casserole with 9 eggs, 1 pound of hot sausage and a handfull of shredded cheese. (Bake 350 for 25 min)I used to put onion and green pepper but with the spicy sausage it really isn't needed! DH oves this stuff cold, I like it cold w/ a spoon of salsa!
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Old 01-03-2008, 09:54 AM   #158
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This is my new favorite breakfast. It tastes great and the sausage takes away that egg taste. Even with free range, fresh chicken eggs (talk about potent! ).

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I'm confused with that recipe. Do you wrap each egg individually with sausage? or 3 eggs to a patty?
and the 3 packages of sausage, those are 12 oz?
Thanks!
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Sorry, I meant that I make it in a casserole pan, Beat the eggs and mix the beaten eggs and cooked sausage together w/ a handfull of cheese and bake till set. I use a 8x8 square pan so it is thick so it takes about 25 min. the longer the pan the shorther the cooking time.
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Sorry, I meant that I make it in a casserole pan, Beat the eggs and mix the beaten eggs and cooked sausage together w/ a handfull of cheese and bake till set. I use a 8x8 square pan so it is thick so it takes about 25 min. the longer the pan the shorther the cooking time.
Yumm Molly. I love those kind of breakfasts. Especially if I have a houseful of guests. That kind of stuff you can make up the day before!!
I was wondering about the hardboiled eggs. I have never done anything with those!
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You take hard boiled eggs and press 1/4 of each pack to an egg. You keep pressing up around it until you seal the whole egg up into a sausage ball. Its quite good. I love doing this with JD sausage though cause I am a sausage snob!
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OK, that makes sense now. I'm going to have to try that. I love breakfast food! So does DS and this would be easy for him to take with him!
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I'm confused with that recipe. Do you wrap each egg individually with sausage? or 3 eggs to a patty?
and the 3 packages of sausage, those are 12 oz?
Thanks!
These are called Scotch Eggs-you can Google it for a ton of recipes.
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You take hard boiled eggs and press 1/4 of each pack to an egg. You keep pressing up around it until you seal the whole egg up into a sausage ball. Its quite good. I love doing this with JD sausage though cause I am a sausage snob!

I've got this in the oven, can't wait to try it. The guys think I am nuts!!
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OK that's a keeper recipe. Easy and tasty! DS gave it 2 thumbs up. (He is my breakfast eater with me, DH does not really like "breakfast" food) I only made 4 of them to see how they went over. DH and I split one, DS had one and wants the others to take to work with him this afternoon! Cool.
Thanks for posting that! I had never heard of it before!
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OK that's a keeper recipe. Easy and tasty! DS gave it 2 thumbs up. (He is my breakfast eater with me, DH does not really like "breakfast" food) I only made 4 of them to see how they went over. DH and I split one, DS had one and wants the others to take to work with him this afternoon! Cool.
Thanks for posting that! I had never heard of it before!
These sound great! I really need to try these soon!
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DS likened it to a Saugage McMuffin w/egg. Without the muffin! LOL
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What do you think?

We were at a party last Sat, and they had some spicy sausage and Velveeta cheese on rye mini breads, I wonder If I could do that in a mini muffin pan and get good results. Velveeta has 2.7 carbs per ounce.
I may try that today.
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I've never understood why Velveeta has carbs in it. I mean it's cheese right?
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Proceesed cheese product. But Cheese is dairy and it all has carbs. Some has more than others. I am usually able to use it as almost a 'free' food, But if I get too complacent I can go overboard.
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Cheese counts as 1 carb per slice doesn't it? And I always wondered about Velveeta and induction because of the Whey protein in the Velveeta.
Molly, couldn't you use a regular cheese in place of the Velveeta? Oh, but the Rye bread isn't Induction friendly either LOL.
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I dunno. The Velveeta is so creamy, and i need enough to be a binder. I could try 1/3 American, 1/3 co jack or mozzarella, but not cheddar or anything cause its too greasy.
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I dunno. The Velveeta is so creamy, and i need enough to be a binder. I could try 1/3 American, 1/3 co jack or mozzarella, but not cheddar or anything cause its too greasy.

Add some cream cheese to the mix as a binder and for extra creaminess.
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Just realized that my post on the Grilled Zucchini thread works here too.....

I do grilled bacon zucchini on my Foreman grill....

Take a med. zucchini and slice it long ways, down the length....

Take 2 slices of thick-cut bacon and lay them on the grill, slightly overlapping....Place the zucchini slice on top of the bacon and top with 2 more slices of bacon....Basically, making a "sandwich", with the zucchini between the bacon...

Close the grill & cook til the bacon is crisp...the zucchini will be just tender...

The saltiness of the bacon seasons the zucchini enough that you don't really need additional seasoning.....You need thicker cut bacon so it doesn't overcook before the zucchini is tender....

VERY quick & easy and VERY yum....
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thank you so much for sharing these great recipe ideas! i have been off the wagon since my pregnancy and birth of my son (now 10 months old!) and can't stand how i look and feel anymore. i'm back to being committed to this woe and this website; threads like these are what keep me going.

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Add some cream cheese to the mix as a binder and for extra creaminess.
Good Idea! thanks. Lower carbs. Maybe 1/2 velveeta and 1/2 cream cheese!

Leigh that sounds great! I always have bacon on hand.
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That does sound great Leigh! But I don't have a George Forman! Bought them for my kids, but never for myself! Hrumph.
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