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Old 04-12-2013, 01:44 PM   #181
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I think I heard someone mention Hushpuppies??...
just reading this thread through again, wondering if anyone has used this recipe to make hushpuppies, and if so, could you post the recipe?

I've never had hushpuppies but would love to try it with a LC recipe adapted from this cornbread recipe.


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I also saw a mention for making corndogs with this, so I looked around google and saw a recipe somewhere for corndog bread where the recipe author just cut up cooked hotdogs into the cornbread batter. I'm trying that instead of the sticks and frying etc of corndogs.

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Old 04-12-2013, 02:56 PM   #182
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just reading this thread through again, wondering if anyone has used this recipe to make hushpuppies, and if so, could you post the recipe?

I've never had hushpuppies but would love to try it with a LC recipe adapted from this cornbread recipe.


thanks

I also saw a mention for making corndogs with this, so I looked around google and saw a recipe somewhere for corndog bread where the recipe author just cut up cooked hotdogs into the cornbread batter. I'm trying that instead of the sticks and frying etc of corndogs.
I think you could make hush puppies with this recipe. Do you have a cake pop maker? It would really work great in there. They are round.

I like your idea of putting the hot dogs in the batter. With maybe some stone ground mustard. Yum.

I made corn dogs in the oven, but I like your idea better. I'll have pics later.
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Old 04-12-2013, 04:50 PM   #183
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It's made from popcorn, in a coffee grinder (much better than a food processor).
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Or, you can just buy corn meal.
Thanks!

I did a search for Popcorn Meal or Flour and of course, nothing came up.. so I searched for Corn Meal (always thought that was a no-no on the LC WOE) and looked at the label. It has 22 carbs for 1/4 cup and 4 fiber so a net of 18 carbs. If I made a pan of this and it was divided into 8 pieces, that's only 2.5 carbs each serving. Pretty good! No sugar either which my blood will thank me for.

I think I need to pick some up this weekend and try it sometime soon. Thank you to The Chicken Lady for posting this delicious looking picture and recipe!!
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Old 05-21-2013, 05:21 AM   #184
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Omg. Made this last night to go with fresh caught red fish my husband brought home. Delicious. Used 1/2 can baby corn ground, 1 t glucomann, couple T minced onion, and baked as directed in my cast iron pan. This is one of the best breads I've had since starting low carb. However, it didn't taste like cornbread which didn't matter to me. I had two pieces with butter and wanted more. Lol. Next time I will add the whole can of baby corn if I want a stronger corn taste. Can't wait to have toasted for breakfast. Thank you chicken lady for another great recipe.
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Old 06-28-2013, 08:30 PM   #185
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Totally gonna try this to go with my chili this weekend, yum.
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Old 10-13-2013, 10:01 PM   #186
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Yummy! Glad to find this recipe again!
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Old 10-16-2013, 06:09 PM   #187
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Oh. Mah. Gah. I made this deliciousness together with some yummy tomato bisque soup. So good with butter. This is a keeper! Thank you, Chicken Lady!
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Old 11-09-2013, 07:30 AM   #188
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Made this last night from the recipe in post #1. Most definitely passes the taste test!!! I used a 9" springform pan with no preheating. Next time I make this I will give it a bit less time in the oven, but it's STILL good!



The spoon in this picture contains some honey butter I made with sugarless honey I got from Wally World.



Now a short story on how this almost wasn't made! I got the popcorn from Wal-Mart too and made the mistake of getting WHITE popcorn kernels instead of yellow ones, but that only affects the color of the bread. What almost ruined my day was I forgot to have my electric mill ON before I put the popcorn kernels in the hopper! Popcorn kernels are HARD folks so even though I think I could use my mill as a small wood chipper a single kernel couldn't be "fractured" if the mechanism wasn't already moving! I don't fault the mill at all - it was MY fault. It took about 20 minutes of beating and slapping the mill in a number of positions before I got that kernel out, but then everything worked fine. I did notice that the machine was having to work harder to mill the popcorn rather than wheat, but everything turned out OK and the corn bread was made.

Thank you so much for posting the recipe Chicken Lady!
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Old 11-09-2013, 10:27 AM   #189
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That's a thing of beauty, guy!! You did a great job on it and isn't it delicious? This is our favorite cornbread recipe EVER!
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I finally got around to buying a bag of popcorn kernels to try this for making my holiday stuffing this year. Hope I can grind the corn OK in my coffee grinder.

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That's a thing of beauty, guy!! You did a great job on it and isn't it delicious? This is our favorite cornbread recipe EVER!
Thank you! Yeah, it tastes great!!!

Now a bit of a problem is that my almond meal is about gone and when I went online to see what it is going for today I find that it's about $40 for 5 pounds! 1 pound bags are $8 + S&H. It is possible to make this with a less expensive meal/flour?
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Old 11-09-2013, 02:48 PM   #192
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I finally got around to buying a bag of popcorn kernels to try this for making my holiday stuffing this year. Hope I can grind the corn OK in my coffee grinder.
It might work, but I would be sure that coffee grinder is still under warranty. I was really stunned at how hard popcorn kernels are.

Just a thought: has anybody tried making meal/flour from popcorn kernels AFTER they were popped?
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Thank you! Yeah, it tastes great!!!

Now a bit of a problem is that my almond meal is about gone and when I went online to see what it is going for today I find that it's about $40 for 5 pounds! 1 pound bags are $8 + S&H. It is possible to make this with a less expensive meal/flour?
I know! Almond flour has gone up a bunch since 6 months ago or so, at Honeyville anyway. It's definitely a buy when they run sales - sign up for the newsletter.

I don't know of almond meal would work, not sure why it wouldn't and Trader Joe's has it for around $4/lb., if there's one around you.
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Old 11-09-2013, 06:17 PM   #194
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Old 11-09-2013, 10:32 PM   #195
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amish country popcorn sells popcorn flour and popcorn meal pretty inexpensively.
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:40 AM   #196
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Checked out the Amish popcorn meal and they wanted nearly $15 shipping. Guess I'll grind some myself. Hopefully my coffee grinder can handle it. LOL
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Oh my...I just looked at the site, I didn't make it all the way to shipping!
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Old 11-11-2013, 12:31 PM   #198
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Bob's Red Mill has whole grain corn meal that is 25g carbs per 1/4 cup and 5 grams of fiber. and it can be bought for reasonable prices in the Kroger store.
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I use the corn meal. I tried the popcorn in mr coffee grinder once and almost went deaf.
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Old 11-13-2013, 03:11 AM   #200
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I used this recipe last year for stuffing and I also made regular stuffing. The LC cornbread stuffing got gobbled up and I had tons of the regular stuffing leftover.
I am making it again this year. Yum.
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So is everyone saying the whole grain cornmeal is the same carbs as the home ground popcorn? Sorry if I am missing the answer in this thread.
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So is everyone saying the whole grain cornmeal is the same carbs as the home ground popcorn? Sorry if I am missing the answer in this thread.
Not necessarily the same but it should be very close.
Check the carb count on it...if it's truly whole meal corn it should have a carb count of around 25 carbs 5 fiber for 1/3 cup of meal. When ground 3 tablespoons of popcorn will give you 1/3 cup of meal.


This is the bag of popcorn....

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Hey, how ya doing? Thanks for the hugs...I could sure use one right now. We had a little cold front come through last night and when the cold air meets the warm air coming off the Gulf we get some pretty energetic thunderstorms.

Well we had one last night and lightning hit the top of one of the large trees in the yard and a large branch broke off and fell on my lemon tree and broke half of one side of the limbs off. When I saw it this morning I felt like crying. The main trunk is in tact and doesn't seem to be hurt but now my beautiful little tree is lopsided. I guess I should be grateful that it wasn't completely destroyed but what pisses me off the most is I'd been bugging DH for several months now to cut that tree down. It's a really old Chinese Tallow tree and it's huge, ugly and makes a big mess in my yard dropping all those tallow berries. I guess now he'll have to cut it down but I sure wish he would have done it when I asked him to. Men!!!
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We had this last night with chili--fabulous on a cold, snowy evening! I took a piece to work today and had it with my low-carb vegetable soup and a couple of hunks of good white cheddar cheese. yum! Even DH loves this cornbread and he is an avowed cornbread hater.
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I have to try this, it looks so good!
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Old 02-09-2014, 07:32 AM   #209
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This is delicious. I make it all the time. The other night I halved the recipe and used it to make cornbread pops in my doughnut hole maker. They were great too.
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That sounds cool. So your doughnut machine makes mini doughnuts, or round balls? Mine is called a cakepop maker and makes hush puppy sized balls.
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