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Old 02-22-2008, 05:50 PM   #361
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So I decided to try the pizza and it's good! I seasoned the yolk very well and topped it with red onions, cheese and chopped up turkey hot dogs. I'm def gonna be buying eggs 50 at a time lol. I'm just happy it tastes great! I'm still trying not to eat the ENTIRE pan!
Hey girl!! We did it!! Looks good!
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So I decided to try the pizza and it's good! I seasoned the yolk very well and topped it with red onions, cheese and chopped up turkey hot dogs. I'm def gonna be buying eggs 50 at a time lol. I'm just happy it tastes great! I'm still trying not to eat the ENTIRE pan!
you are KILLING me!! that looks fantastic!!! you know, i resisted getting the 5 dozen eggs from BJs but i should just embrace it!! lol...im gonna make a big square one on my cookie sheet. are you doubling the recipe?? or is that the three egg version?
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Old 02-22-2008, 05:50 PM   #363
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Dedicated-- keep fighting those women off or I won't get any of that action!

marymc-- I agree! Those pizza places keep getting our green, don't they?!
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Old 02-22-2008, 05:51 PM   #364
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s1mon-- so, did the flax add anything to it, in your opinion? That sounds very nice!
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So I decided to try the pizza and it's good! I seasoned the yolk very well and topped it with red onions, cheese and chopped up turkey hot dogs. I'm def gonna be buying eggs 50 at a time lol. I'm just happy it tastes great! I'm still trying not to eat the ENTIRE pan!
and ps. i love cut up hot dogs on my EVERYTHING!
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Old 02-22-2008, 05:53 PM   #366
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Here is my pizza!! I added the flax on the pan (Cleo) and after the crust was done, I melted butter in a pan an sauteed garlic in it. I brushed the butter and garlic over the pizza before adding the toppings. I had one side (approx 2 - 3) slices and my husband had the side with the shrooms!! YUMMY!
pizza perfection!
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well, they haven't gotten any from me for a long time, but man, for awhile there hubby and I were regulars.... now THIS. THIS. I am in
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Old 02-22-2008, 05:54 PM   #368
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s1mon-- so, did the flax add anything to it, in your opinion? That sounds very nice!
I guess I really can't tell. The crust was really strudy, and I am not sure if the dusting of flax was the reason. I would have to make it without the flax to compare...It sure was good though!
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Old 02-22-2008, 05:55 PM   #369
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pizza perfection!
thanks! You have to try it.
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I still do pizza-- I just hork the toppings and stay way from the crust. I just have to watch the salt!
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Old 02-22-2008, 06:01 PM   #371
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Yes, I sneak a few toppings here and there...I just have to be careful doing that though. I tend to get really weak when I am that close to the real thing..Sometimes I accidentally slip a piece or two of the crust in with the toppings...
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luckily for me, im not really hugely into bread and really i would rather just scrape off all the cheese and toppings...thats what brings me joy! lol
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Old 02-22-2008, 06:03 PM   #373
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Here is my pizza!! I added the flax on the pan (Cleo) and after the crust was done, I melted butter in a pan an sauteed garlic in it. I brushed the butter and garlic over the crust before adding the toppings. I had one side (approx 2 - 3) slices and my husband had the side with the shrooms!! YUMMY!
It looks awesome!!! and tasty!! Can I have a piece? lol please?
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Old 02-22-2008, 06:11 PM   #375
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It looks awesome!!! and tasty!! Can I have a piece? lol please?
Yes, I swap with you for one of yours...
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Wow you've been cooking up a storm!! Man.... that looks like REAL pizza crust!! Okay... exactly how did you do yours? I am definitely going to try this one! Papa John's is a large part of what put this fat on my rear end.
I have been cooking my life away...but if I don't I'm likely to eat 5lbs of gummies (fruit snacks are my fave) and rice by the truck loads. So I need to cook enough ahead of time.

I used the three egg recipe left out the splenda but added adobo, oregano, parsley and some other seasonings in the yolk.
It's funny I'm not a pizza fan....but I am now!!!
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you are KILLING me!! that looks fantastic!!! you know, i resisted getting the 5 dozen eggs from BJs but i should just embrace it!! lol...im gonna make a big square one on my cookie sheet. are you doubling the recipe?? or is that the three egg version?
I used the three egg recipe left out the splenda but added adobo, oregano, parsley and some other seasonings in the yolk.

Seriously BJ"s might have to be on my list tomorrow......I'll pick up 2 5lbs the way I'm going...

Yeah I don't really eat hot dogs whole, but I will chop it up quickly...

I couldn't find a pizza pan in the house sooo it's square!
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Yes, I swap with you for one of yours...
Sounds like a plan....
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This would be me. If I got this close I'd be afraid. Very afraid. It would all be over and this fat lady would be cryin', not singin'. That and I'm always scared there's sugar hidden up in there somewhere... but I sure loved them things back in the day... I DO like the ground beef crust pizza but this. This looks MARVELOUS...

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my oopsie experiment this weekend is to try making a roll cake. I am thinking of making a double oopsie recipe with extra splenda and a splash of Davinci and filling it with Linda Sue's Buttercream icing. Now I haven't made a roll cake since 12th grade home ec.....so we'll see how it goes.
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my oopsie experiment this weekend is to try making a roll cake. I am thinking of making a double oopsie recipe with extra splenda and a splash of Davinci and filling it with Linda Sue's Buttercream icing. Now I haven't made a roll cake since 12th grade home ec.....so we'll see how it goes.
Please post when you do, so I can try
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my oopsie experiment this weekend is to try making a roll cake. I am thinking of making a double oopsie recipe with extra splenda and a splash of Davinci and filling it with Linda Sue's Buttercream icing. Now I haven't made a roll cake since 12th grade home ec.....so we'll see how it goes.
You'll do just fine..come back and tell us all about how great it tasted!
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I used the three egg recipe left out the splenda but added adobo, oregano, parsley and some other seasonings in the yolk.

Seriously BJ"s might have to be on my list tomorrow......I'll pick up 2 5lbs the way I'm going...

Yeah I don't really eat hot dogs whole, but I will chop it up quickly...

I couldn't find a pizza pan in the house sooo it's square!
yeah, i dont have a pizza pan....but my cookie sheet has sides, so i can work with that
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Hey your pizzas look great!!! I tried a thin crust pizza tonight too, lol!

I made the regular 3 egg oopsie recipe and also added oregano, garlic powder, onion powder and a little salt to the yolk mixture. I then spread the oopsie batter on a pizza pan and then sprinkled flax meal and a little parmesan cheese on top and baked that for about 35-40 minutes. When, I saw that it was brown I took it out of the oven. It turned out nice and crispy. I then topped it with my own LC pizza sauce that I made - using tomato paste, tomato sauce, seasoning. Then I topped it with shredded mexican blend cheese and a little oregano and put it back in the oven until the cheese was melted.

It turned out very good! My kids even loved it! It was just like a normal thin crust pizza!
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alright, that tears it! im making this RIGHT NOW!
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It was just like a normal thin crust pizza!
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Also, I wanted to share some great deals I found on some low carb staples - and I hope you have these stores near you too.

At GFS:
I found 2.5 dozen eggs -for $3.99

At CostCo:
3 lbs. of cream cheese for $4.99
3 lbs. big tub of sour cream for $3.79
1/2 gallon of heavy cream for $5.89
2 lb. block of mozzarella cheese $5.29

These are items I use all the time - and they usually last me for a whole month ( I have a family of 4). I can make several batches of oopsies during the month for right around $9 - pretty good price, I think.

also wanted to add that sometimes I use 3 eggs, 1 oz. of cream cheese and 2 oz. of sour cream to make my oopsies. I do this to save on some calories and sodium. So far, they've turned out great for me and don't notice much of a difference from using 3 oz. of cream cheese.

So far, I've made oopsies for chicken sandwiches, cheeseburgers, chicken salad sandwiches. I've also made oopsie french toast and it was great! Tonight I made the oopsie pizza and it was wonderful! Next, I will experiment more with sweet oopsie recipes - like a oopsie yellow cake with strawberries and whip cream frosting!!!
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Oopsies or pizza?
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Hey your pizzas look great!!! I tried a thin crust pizza tonight too, lol!

I made the regular 3 egg oopsie recipe and also added oregano, garlic powder, onion powder and a little salt to the yolk mixture. I then spread the oopsie batter on a pizza pan and then sprinkled flax meal and a little parmesan cheese on top and baked that for about 35-40 minutes. When, I saw that it was brown I took it out of the oven. It turned out nice and crispy. I then topped it with my own LC pizza sauce that I made - using tomato paste, tomato sauce, seasoning. Then I topped it with shredded mexican blend cheese and a little oregano and put it back in the oven until the cheese was melted.

It turned out very good! My kids even loved it! It was just like a normal thin crust pizza!
my next one I'm going to try baking it longer and making it thinner
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Oh..Oh... I asked about that sour cream deal on the other rev roll thread! http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/ma...ml#post9967370 Thanks!! Did you ever try them with only the sour cream? Cream cheese tends to stall me so I usually use the original revolution roll recipe with either cottage cheese or mayo, though I do like them all.

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also wanted to add that sometimes I use 3 eggs, 1 oz. of cream cheese and 2 oz. of sour cream to make my oopsies. I do this to save on some calories and sodium. So far, they've turned out great for me and don't notice much of a difference from using 3 oz. of cream cheese.
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