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Old 08-31-2008, 09:20 PM   #31
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Hey Katlj,

If you follow Prozak's method in post #1, you don't whip the egg whites. You buzz em all together in the Magic Bullet or blender.
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Old 08-31-2008, 09:23 PM   #32
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oh, cool...i totally didn't "get" the oopsie's when i tried to make them...i was bummed they didn't do much for me.

i love the idea of just throwing everything together and baking.

what about oat fiber instead of the coconut flour?
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Old 08-31-2008, 09:29 PM   #33
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Hey Katlj,

If you follow Prozak's method in post #1, you don't whip the egg whites. You buzz em all together in the Magic Bullet or blender.
I'm sorry, MountainGirl, I wasn't clear: I was trying to make the point that because I didn't want to whip the egg whites separately and because I was feeling too lazy to separate egg whites, I used Prozak's method. No egg white whipping = much faster product.

This recipe is great when you're short on time!! Thanks, Prozak!

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Old 08-31-2008, 10:12 PM   #34
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oh, cool...i totally didn't "get" the oopsie's when i tried to make them...i was bummed they didn't do much for me.

i love the idea of just throwing everything together and baking.

what about oat fiber instead of the coconut flour?
Oopsies are awesome and deserve many shout-outs, but I totally feel you vibe. I'm a total dump-and-run cook, call it what you will. I really enjoy recipes that essentially have one step.
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Old 08-31-2008, 10:25 PM   #36
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I think i'mma do this as my next strata.
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Old 08-31-2008, 10:41 PM   #37
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Are they eggy? That's the reason why I wasn't able to fall in love with oopsies. The egg smell was really over powering and kind of grossed me out. They look delicious though and I actually get a little jealous that everyone else can eat them. LOL.
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Old 09-01-2008, 05:55 AM   #38
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[COLOR="Navy"]If the ooopsies still seem too eggy, just make a savory version. I reconstitute dried onion and add them along with some onion or garlic powder and 1 tbs flax meal and the rolls are just tasty and great for sandwiches. No eggy taste...I promise!
Or get creative and add some shredded aged cheddar cheese, or parm cheese - all tasty additions.
I also agree regular ooopsie rolls take a bit of time (7 minutes for me to whip my egg whites until firm), but I always make a double batch (6 eggs = 12 rolls), and that way I only have to make'm once a week. Glad I have two muffin top pans.


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Old 09-01-2008, 06:09 AM   #39
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Thanks, Prozak!

I have plenty of flax meal and I'd love to be able to get rid of it!
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Hey Prozak,

I made this with almond flour instead of coconut flour.
I used 3 packets Stevia Balance (added fiber and chromium).
I used parchment on the bottom of the pan.
I left out the cream of tartar.

1) The taste was GOOD.
2) It was flat. But it was pretty sturdy. I liked it.
Wonder if it needs the cream of tartar, or maybe even baking powder? I think the "fluffiness" of the oooopsies is because of whipping the egg whites separately and folding in, which I'm not very good at. This way worked for me. But it was flat.
3) The parchment worked beautifully. No sticking.
4) It would make a great rolled crepe, manicotti, blintz etc.
5) I will make it again, maybe with some more tweaking.

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Old 09-01-2008, 11:50 AM   #41
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Hey Prozak,

I made this with almond flour instead of coconut flour.
I used 3 packets Stevia Balance (added fiber and chromium).
I used parchment on the bottom of the pan.
I left out the cream of tartar.

1) The taste was GOOD.
2) It was flat. But it was pretty sturdy. I liked it.
Wonder if it needs the cream of tartar, or maybe even baking powder? I think the "fluffiness" of the oooopsies is because of whipping the egg whites separately and folding in, which I'm not very good at. This way worked for me. But it was flat.
3) The parchment worked beautifully. No sticking.
4) It would make a great rolled crepe, manicotti, blintz wtc.
5) I will make it again, maybe with some more tweaking.

Funny! I was thinking baking powder might help too?

I wish I understood the science of baking a little better...does a leavening agent work without flour?
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Funny! I was thinking baking powder might help too?

I wish I understood the science of baking a little better...does a leavening agent work without flour?

Yes, it does.
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Yes, it does.
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Hey Prozak!

I used your Flooopise recipe (with my changes) to make "Dogs In a Blanket"! DEEE-LISH!

1) I cooked some organic, uncured all-beef hot dogs in the NuWave oven.

2) I used a strip of Floooopsie bread, spread with spicy brown mustard and a slice of cheese. Then placed the dog inside and rolled up like a jelly roll.

3) I warmed it a bit in the micro - abut 20 seconds.

Hubby said it was "AWESOME" and I have to agree.
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I've got to try these. The dogs in a blanket sound GOOD!
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Hey Prozak!! <thread jack>

Can you tell me how you got the snapshot from ****** saved as a gif? I cannot figure out how to save and copy the picture here, I only get the text!

Can you help??
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Hey Prozak!! <thread jack>

Can you tell me how you got the snapshot from ****** saved as a gif? I cannot figure out how to save and copy the picture here, I only get the text!

Can you help??
If you press the "print screen" button on your keyboard, it will take a picture of the entire screen.
Then you can crop it in any image editor. I use Photoshop.
That is how I would do it, but someone else may have an easier idea.
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Old 09-18-2008, 10:08 PM   #48
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I made these today with Almond flavoring, and have a chocolate one in the oven. Came out great!
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I sure do Oopsies but I'm def gonna have to try a Floopsie! Thanks Prozak!
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I made these today with Almond flavoring, and have a chocolate one in the oven. Came out great!
Mmmmmmm - did you use SF chocolate syrup or cocoa powder or what?
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has anyone tried this with oat fiber?
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Old 09-19-2008, 07:16 AM   #52
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Mmmmmmm - did you use SF chocolate syrup or cocoa powder or what?
Cocoa powder and Splenda - it came out nicely, but I made it in a skillet, so it stuck a little... next time I will use glass.
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Old 09-19-2008, 09:39 AM   #54
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I always bake my oopsies in a jelly roll pan and then cut into squares. It is so much easier! I usually add a handful of Italian cheese blend and spices for a savory version. I love making panini’s! I don’t mind whipping my egg whites because my Kitchen Aide whips them in like a minute flat but it would be easier to throw everything into the mixer in one swoop and not have to dirty another bowl. I will give it a try this weekend!
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Yummy! Easy and they look good too! Thanks!
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Old 09-22-2008, 12:59 PM   #56
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Floopsie Chili Dog Casserole

I made this tonight!!! It was so great! Had some leftover homemade beef chili...chopped up additional green pepper, onion, sauteed all in EVOO..added 5 chopped up turkey franks...added chili and brought to a good simmer. Made the Floopsie batter in blender...put chili mixture in a 9x13 sprayed pan...poured Floopsie mixture over all, then topped with cheese. Baked at 350F for 25 minutes. It set up really nicely! DH and I really enjoyed it!!!
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I made the Floopsie last night. Followed the original post to a T. Very very very good. Quick and easy. Used my magic bullet, so quick clean up. I liked oopsies, but I had to drag out my Stand mixer, etc. So, for a quick fix...this is great.

After it came out, I also thought what a great base this would be for the Ranch Veggie Pizza I use to always make as an appetizer. (You've all had it...start with the crescent roll and line a cookie sheet, then after that's cooled, cream cheese & ranch, then top with veggies). I'm gonna try that, maybe this weekend.

I used my Floopsie this morning to make a breakfast sandwich. It was great. I just sliced a hard boiled egg on it and a pc of turkey sausage.

Thanks for sharing...this one is definitely a keeper.

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Wow....got to try this...wonder if I could use mayo,sour cream or ranch salad dressing,or cottage cheese???????
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No beating egg whites! This is just what I was looking for. All I need to buy is the cream cheese (I will use the reduced fat). Thank you, thank you!
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I may like this even better than the oopsie! I used 4 eggs, 4 oz cr cheese, liberal parm cheese, minced onion, garlic powder, 2 tsp baking powder, and 2 tbsp flax meal - smells wonderful and the tiny taste I took was yummo. I now have a 2nd batch in the oven!
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