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Old 11-23-2009, 03:00 PM   #31
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I wonder how it would turn out without the cornmeal? I just need something to make some kind of stuffing out of but I'm not a baker at all. Those carb counts are kind of high for me right now.
Hey Ms. Woods -- if you just need something to make stuffing out of, a lot of people use oopsies. You could also use low-carb bread from Wal-Mart, if you didn't want to bake cornbread to make stuffing.

We usually use bread in our stuffing, but I can't wait to try a nice slice of this cornbread with chili! That's something I have really been missing.
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Old 11-23-2009, 03:18 PM   #32
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I'm glad the cornbread was a hit...it's one of our favorite breads and my family actually likes the almond flour cornbread better than the old high carb cornbread I used to make.

I also take a slice of leftover cornbread in the morning and crumble it up in a bowl and add LC milk and Splenda and eat it as a breakfast cereal. This is something that I picked up from my Grandpa.

It's good that the magic bullet works for this...I've seen them at Walmart and they aren't very expensive. If I didn't already have a grain mill I would sure get one.
YUM! Darn, now I wish I wouldn't have left the cornbread with my friend!

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Old 11-23-2009, 04:26 PM   #33
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YUM! Darn, now I wish I wouldn't have left the cornbread with my friend!
You can always make a fresh pan for supper and have leftovers for the following day. This bread also freezes really well.
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Old 11-24-2009, 03:12 AM   #34
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I also take a slice of leftover cornbread in the morning and crumble it up in a bowl and add LC milk and Splenda and eat it as a breakfast cereal. This is something that I picked up from my Grandpa.
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I grew up on cornbread and milk, minus the sweetener. I also had some this way as my dinner the night I made this. Tasted just like the real thing.
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Old 11-24-2009, 07:14 AM   #35
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I grew up on cornbread and milk, minus the sweetener. I also had some this way as my dinner the night I made this. Tasted just like the real thing.
I'm really glad you enjoyed it. Cornbread is such a part of life in the South it would be very hard to give up.
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Old 11-24-2009, 08:03 PM   #36
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i can't wait to try this new recipe, I absolutely love the original recipe.

I'm going to make stuffing with it (as others have suggested)

The family is going to the local VFW. Sometimes things change right before your eyes.


BTW....I stopped smoking!!!!! 2 packs a day for 31 years

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Old 11-25-2009, 02:56 AM   #37
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i can't wait to try this new recipe, I absolutely love the original recipe.

I'm going to make stuffing with it (as others have suggested)

The family is going to the local VFW. Sometimes things change right before your eyes.


BTW....I stopped smoking!!!!! 2 packs a day for 31 years

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Old 11-25-2009, 05:55 AM   #38
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Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

As a former smoker myself I know how hard that is. I've been smoke free since 1991. You will still get cravings for years but hang in there, eventually they will go away.
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Making this into LC Sausage Stuffing now...!! Try to have pics later today..
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Chicken Lady,
I love you!!!
Your cornbread is fantastic!!! It is the real deal! Since we don't like sweet cornbread, I left out the splenda. Just perfect! Thank you! We did fall in love with sweet hushpuppies in Myrtle Beach this summer and I will add splenda back in to try this recipe for hushpuppies.
Thank you so much!
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Old 11-28-2009, 04:28 PM   #41
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Chicken Lady,
I love you!!!
Your cornbread is fantastic!!! It is the real deal! Since we don't like sweet cornbread, I left out the splenda. Just perfect! Thank you! We did fall in love with sweet hushpuppies in Myrtle Beach this summer and I will add splenda back in to try this recipe for hushpuppies.
Thank you so much!
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I'm so glad you enjoyed it...cornbread was something I really didn't know if I would be able to live without. Now I don't have to...I love the LC way of life!!
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Old 01-16-2010, 04:13 PM   #42
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Can I ask what most of you guys are using for the homemade milk?
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Old 01-18-2010, 01:31 PM   #44
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Corn dogs?!!! This is what I was thinking reading this recipe. Just make the batter thicker somehow and put around a hot dog and fry!!
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I had forgot about this!! I am going to make this for more LC stuffing for LC Chicken to go with my ham for Easter!!

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I think I want to try this. I've used soy grits before for corn bread.
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Old 10-09-2010, 12:18 PM   #47
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BUMPING..
Now I need a new coffee grinder to make this...
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this looks great! Does it make good dressing/stuffing?
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this looks great! Does it make good dressing/stuffing?
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I did it last year..
I have to buy a new coffee grinder before I can make it this year...
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Thank you soooo much for this recipe. I just had a piece with homemade chili on top and it was fabulous! I just can't abide the taste of most of the lowcarb baking ingredients like WPI and carbalose and carbquick even though I've tried and tried so when I see a recipe for a bread that uses what I call "regular" stuff I like to give it a go. I must say that even in my prelowcarb days I never made a better cornbread. You rock, Chicken Lady!
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this is so good! thank you
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Has anyone run the calories on this? I've tried but I'm just too dumb!
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Read post #25 for your answer!
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Yes...I use a hand crank grain mill that I have to grind corn for my chickens but several people say they have used their Magic Bullet or coffee mill to grind it.

Or you can check out your local health food store for some whole kernel cornmeal. Check the carb count on it...if it's truly whole meal it should have a carb count of around 25 carbs 5 fiber for 1/3 cup.

Wonder where I could find whole kernel cornmeal online for the carbs? I seen bobs red mill but its that much for 1/4 cup..

Anyone know?
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Maybe the Bob's Red Mill is packed closer together than just-ground cornmeal. What if you used 1/4 cup of the Bob's Red Mill, if the nutritional info is comparable to 1/3 cup homemade?
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Read post #25 for your answer!

Thanks for your answer. I did see that but it doesn't give calories. I realize most people don't count calories and I don't usually but when I suspect something is very high I know I need to limit myself and I suspect this is very high. I think there would be almost 2,000 for the almond meal alone.
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Ok..if someone was going to buy a coffee grinder to grind popcorn in..which should I get..the ones from Walmart are junk for something hard a popcorn! I was looking at Krups.
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Thanks for your answer. I did see that but it doesn't give calories. I realize most people don't count calories and I don't usually but when I suspect something is very high I know I need to limit myself and I suspect this is very high. I think there would be almost 2,000 for the almond meal alone.

Beeb figured the nutrition data on this thread-205 cals for a 16 serving count.

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...onal-data.html
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Ok..if someone was going to buy a coffee grinder to grind popcorn in..which should I get..the ones from Walmart are junk for something hard a popcorn! I was looking at Krups.
I don't think you can go wrong with a Krups 203. I've had a white one for years (80's?) and just bought another one (black, so I know which is which) in the last few months for things like this - non-coffee things to grind (almond meal, flax, etc.). This way the coffee flavor won't carry over.
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