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Old 01-23-2008, 09:14 AM   #31
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Jenny-- that looks terrific! Did you follow cutie's recipe, or are those just the oopsies?
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]I followed Cutie's recipe minus the Sweetzfree because I figured the SF syrup was sweet enough for me. It was delish! [/COLOR]
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Old 01-23-2008, 11:40 AM   #32
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This is just a plain Oopsie with butter and blackberry monin syrup. Excellent.
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OMG, sooooooooooo good. Bubba burger, meunster cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce, mustard, mayo...and Ooopsies!!
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Old 01-23-2008, 12:02 PM   #34
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All of these ideas for oopsies are great, but whenever I make them I just want to eat them plain with butter - I can't help it...I especially like them cold!

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Old 01-23-2008, 12:07 PM   #35
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As a BLT bread

Bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheese, mayo, topped with toothpicks and olives

Wow that BLT looks good Cleo! I was going to have a burger for lunch today, but i just changed my mine to a BLT
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Old 01-23-2008, 12:08 PM   #36
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OMG, sooooooooooo good. Bubba burger, meunster cheese, onion, tomato, lettuce, mustard, mayo...and Ooopsies!!
Wow that looks Great too.You guys are making me hungryand now i cant decide between the burger and the BLT for lunch,
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Old 01-23-2008, 12:08 PM   #37
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That's it. I've had enough of reading about these rolls. I was ascared to try to make them because I'm quite terrible in the kitchen, but enough is enough! My mouth is watering, I have visions of oopsies in my head, and I will prevail!
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Anyone else wondering about bisquits and gravy with oopsie rolls
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Old 01-23-2008, 12:24 PM   #39
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That's it. I've had enough of reading about these rolls. I was ascared to try to make them because I'm quite terrible in the kitchen, but enough is enough! My mouth is watering, I have visions of oopsies in my head, and I will prevail!
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i dont have a pic but the other morning i made a fried egg & cheese sandwich with them. yummy!
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:00 PM   #41
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Okay I just pulled a batch out of the oven (camera is here somewhere and I will try to get a pic)..they look and smell wonderful! I had 5" foil pans and made 4 large ones topped with moz cheese..the confinement in the pans helps the stuff to not run all over, plus I made sure to only use a spoon to mix in the yolks and that worked perfectly!!

They puffed up alot while baking but shrunk a bit once out of the oven..but thats okay because they will be perfect for tonites hamburger for supper..I was thinking that they would be the perfect side to go with roast beef..a Yorkshire pudding if you will..they have the same shape??
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:34 PM   #42
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I bit the bullet and made these today. They were very easy to make, just a lot of mess for 6 rolls. I will double the recipe the next time. I used 3 Jumbo eggs and close to 4 oz cream cheese and threw in a small handful of almond meal. Used the release foil and it made 6 large rolls. I love the idea of cream puffs and yorkshire pudding. I made a sandwich with swiss/almond spread and smoked turkey.

Thanks for the great recipe.

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Old 01-23-2008, 01:37 PM   #43
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I can imagine making oopsies with cinnamon and raisins or apples with cinnamon or cranberries or blueberries or blackberries or raspberries, etc. etc. etc.
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Old 01-23-2008, 01:41 PM   #44
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I threw caution to the wind and doubled the batch ~ used a smidge of lemon juice cuz I have no cream of tartar. The ones in the ramikins (thanks for the idea, JennyJ) turned out really good, I think. Don't know for sure cuz I haven't taken them out of the ramikin yet but they look awesome. The other ones are pretty flat ~ but I slathered some butter on one of them right out of the oven, and oh. my. deliciousness.

Once I get the hang of the egg whites (more the folding than the whipping), it'll be smooth sailing all the way, I'm sure.

Oh, and a good tip for egg whites ~ don't stiffen until room temperature, and use the older eggs in your fridge instead of the newer ~ something about the chemicals in older eggs making it easier.
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You guys are doing great!!!

They do rise in the oven and then shrink on the cooling rack. That's normal.


For anyone who is scared to try making them, try cutting the recipe by 2/3. Since everything is in terms of 3's, it's really easy to do.
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Don't be afraid to make them.. I just tried. They taste great..........
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Best. Creampuffs. Ever.




Oopsie Cream Puffs

2 oopsie rolls
I dollop chocolate cook and serve sugar free jell-o prepared with high-fat milk.
Whipping cream and Splenda

Place oopsie roll on place. Cook pudding and cool in fridge. Prepare whipping cream with Splenda (I used 2 packets for a pint). Place a dollop of chocolate pudding on the bottom roll. Top with other roll. Add a dollop of whipped topping.

Can add sliced strawberries for color and flavor.

Carb total: about 8 per cream puff (net)
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Old 01-23-2008, 04:59 PM   #48
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Oopsie Cream Puffs

2 oopsie rolls
I dollop chocolate cook and serve sugar free jell-o prepared with high-fat milk.
Whipping cream and Splenda

Place oopsie roll on place. Cook pudding and cool in fridge. Prepare whipping cream with Splenda (I used 2 packets for a pint). Place a dollop of chocolate pudding on the bottom roll. Top with other roll. Add a dollop of whipped topping.

Can add sliced strawberries for color and flavor.

Carb total: about 8 per cream puff (net)
Zoinks. I think I'll have to do this with the ones I made in the ramikins. They came out way thicker (put a lot of batter in em) and would be perfect for this, I think.
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O.M.G......the french toast looks freaking AMAZING. Even though I can have regular french toast on my woe now (with the proper bread), I want the oopsie french toast!!
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Mine were just on the cookie sheet and came out really well, but I bet smaller ones would be super-cute, like little cups!
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I agree, haystar-- it looks scrumptious!
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Ok. Creampuffs look A-M-A-Z-I-N-G as well! I see a nice dessert in my future!
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The cream puffs taste better than the standard ones. Seriously! It is decadent and extremely rich. A little goes a loooooong way. I posted a more succinct recipe to my blog. When the pudding is still slightly warm.... oooh la la!
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The cream puffs taste better than the standard ones. Seriously! It is decadent and extremely rich. A little goes a loooooong way. I posted a more succinct recipe to my blog. When the pudding is still slightly warm.... oooh la la!
I don't even remember what a real cream puff tastes like! I haven't had one since I was a little girl...
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Old 01-23-2008, 07:26 PM   #56
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My sis and I are sitting here eating apple pie for one on oopsie rolls. And I have pictures.

Also yesteday I made heart shaped oopsie rolls with chopped pecans, and bing cherries chopped and a little extra sweetener. They are to die for. EssAttachment 10261

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Old 01-23-2008, 07:33 PM   #57
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Rose- those look SO good!!!
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What about making these into cream puffs? I had a recipe years ago that you made a recipe of cream puff dough and spread into a 9X13 pan & baked. Let cool, top with vanilla pudding, I'd use cream cheese mixed with vanilla and whipped with some cream & sweetner...pour over crust. Let set up a bit more, top with cool whip (gasp!) and drizzle with melted choc (Lindt). Sounds like heaven to me. Maybe I will try it with some strawberries atop for Valentine's Day for my hunny!
Oh my gosh !!!! What a receipe to try. You are a creative one. Thanks for the idea !! I started making these rolls every week now.

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As a BLT bread

Bacon, lettuce, tomato, cheese, mayo, topped with toothpicks and olives

Cleo, you rock girl !!!!!! You have changed my way of eating to the max !!
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your rolls. Thanks a bunch.!!! Now I must wipe the drool from my face
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