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Old 02-20-2014, 07:28 PM   #1381
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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
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Old 02-20-2014, 09:19 PM   #1382
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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
Wow, those look great !!!
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Old 02-21-2014, 09:27 AM   #1383
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now I wish I had a cake pop maker!
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Old 02-21-2014, 09:46 AM   #1384
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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
Esther, did you use a cake pop machine for these? If so, what size?
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:19 PM   #1385
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now I wish I had a cake pop maker!

Gosh you are on the East Coast, I don't know where they are back there. Maybe on line. On the West Coast they are at walmarts .
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:23 PM   #1386
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Esther, did you use a cake pop machine for these? If so, what size?
I'm not sure what size but they look like about donut hole size. I cut my hot dog in 4 pieces and put a little batter inside then my hot dog and more batter on top and cooked about 4 minutes.

Yes I used a cake pop maker. I do alot of savory in it.

They are so good with a salad. YUM!!!
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Old 02-21-2014, 01:38 PM   #1387
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Gosh you are on the East Coast, I don't know where they are back there. Maybe on line. On the West Coast they are at walmarts .
They are in Walmart here too! Here is the link about the cake pop maker:

Doughnuts for breakfast

In there we discuss where to find them.
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Old 02-21-2014, 02:40 PM   #1388
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They are in Walmart here too! Here is the link about the cake pop maker:

Doughnuts for breakfast

In there we discuss where to find them.
I have to look at that link again. Thanks
My sister in FL said she can't find them so I sent her one.
Now my sister in NJ wants one too.
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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
These look great. I'm going to try next. I made corn dogs in my doughnut hole maker with chicken lady's cornbread recipe. So good too.
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Old 02-22-2014, 12:07 PM   #1390
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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
Thses look great. I'm glad to know they can be baked. I'll add the resistant starch to mine too. Thanks for that.

A tiajuana torpedo = hollowed out fresh or canned whole jalapeno with a stick of cheddar or any slow melting cheese stuffed inside and then dipped in corndog batter and deep fried.

But I am going to try baking mine and see what happens. I have missed those and homemade veggie corndogs will be nice to have again also.

There used to be hot dog kind of restaurant that sold the tiajuana torpedos and they even deep fried cheddar cheese corn dog style. They were great too. I don't know exactly how they did the cheese ones but inside it looked like a cheddar cheese stick and then just the corndog batter. They may have even frozen the cheese stick first. I'm thinking that would keep it from melting so much. When you bit into one of them, the cheese was still solid. Too bad I can't remember the name of the place. It was years and years ago though.

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Old 02-22-2014, 02:28 PM   #1391
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Thses look great. I'm glad to know they can be baked. I'll add the resistant starch to mine too. Thanks for that.

A tiajuana torpedo = hollowed out fresh or canned whole jalapeno with a stick of cheddar or any slow melting cheese stuffed inside and then dipped in corndog batter and deep fried.

But I am going to try baking mine and see what happens. I have missed those and homemade veggie corndogs will be nice to have again also.

There used to be hot dog kind of restaurant that sold the tiajuana torpedos and they even deep fried cheddar cheese corn dog style. They were great too. I don't know exactly how they did the cheese ones but inside it looked like a cheddar cheese stick and then just the corndog batter. They may have even frozen the cheese stick first. I'm thinking that would keep it from melting so much. When you bit into one of them, the cheese was still solid. Too bad I can't remember the name of the place. It was years and years ago though.
Thanks Nigel now I know what they are. They sound delish.
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Old 04-05-2014, 11:57 AM   #1392
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My first try at oopsies.
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Old 04-05-2014, 09:04 PM   #1393
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My first try at oopsies.
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Old 05-20-2014, 03:14 PM   #1394
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French Toast from One Minute Muffins w/ whipped cream and blackberries by thanker212, on Flickr

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I have been away for awhile and am back trying my old favorite recipes again. There was one I need help with it was a cheesecake type thing made in a coffee cup in microwave it had cream cheese I think an egg some vanilla and maybe a sweetener of some sort then you would top with sf jam. I used to make them a refridgerate in a baggy and grab for a quick breakfast. Does anything come to mind?
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Old 05-21-2014, 11:17 AM   #1396
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Jiffy Creamy Cheesecakes - photos included

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I just made this on the weekend and they were great.
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Old 05-22-2014, 03:40 AM   #1397
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Microwave cheesecake

No this is not the recipe I had in mind but sounds delicious, I will def try thanks
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Is this the one?
Minute Microwave Cheesecake Cleo
2 ounces cream cheese, softened
2 Tbsp. sour cream
1 egg
½ tsp. lemon juice
¼ tsp. vanilla
4 Tbsp. sugar replacement sub
Mix all ingredients thoroughly in a microwave-safe bowl. Cook on high heat for 90 seconds, stirring every 30 seconds incorporating all ingredients.
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Def closer, I will try this afternoon, thanks. I don't think the one I made had sour cream or lemon juice. But I have both just need to pick up some cream cheese then I will try
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Old 05-24-2014, 09:07 AM   #1400
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Bonnie do you mean the cream cheese muffins or the mock cheese danish?
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To be truthful can't really remember, may have been the mock Danish lol Sorry meds have made me very forgetful or early stages of Alzheimers lol
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Best carbquik biscuits yet!! half splendid mix, half carbquik. used super cold butter, cut it in, and about 1/2 cup of homemade buttermilk (ala satisfying eats - 50/50 sour cream and whole milk with 1/2 tsp apple cider vinegar) rolled them and cut them and baked them hot and fast to great success!

Also made some yeast hot cross buns on easter using dixie diner's all purpose flour - added too much sweetener I think - made them too gooey. They rose and had a nice yeasty gluteny stretch, but they spread a lot and were very gelatanous to work with as dough.

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They look so good ! ! !
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Old 05-29-2014, 06:34 PM   #1404
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thanks galveston gal!! took about 4 tries to perfect them. chilling everything (esp. dough) and cutting them out were the secrets. oven at 400. Unfortunately the next time I made CQ biscuits I burnt them... lol T_T


I finally tried maria emmerich's protein bread recipe (after making the frozen custard!) and found it 200% more forgiving than oopsies. Far less eggy in flavor thanks to the whey powder, too.

I was worried I had ruined them, as I accidentally put the stand mixer on HIGH when I added my cream cheese to the whites, and it all turned to liquid! However, they rose like a charm with perfect texture.

I think the extra whey protein really helps with the rise by adding a solid to the batter. I didn't want these to be too high in protein, so I only used 1.5 scoops of powder instead of 2.

I had a hot dog with a bun for the first time in two years ^_^ a fluffy bun!

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I made them for dinner. I added 2 T. of corn resistant starch and 2 T. almond milk( you can use lc milk here). I got 8 pop balls . This is really good!!!!!

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Next time I'm going to wrap the dogs in bacon first.YUM!!!
those look perfect! great idea!
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Good morning! I made this Fluffy Chix Cook: Cinnamon Cream Cheese Squares - Low Carb and Keto-licious! a few days ago for dessert and this is what the leftovers looked like last night.

This is the first dessert I've made that tasted 100% like a high carb, sugary, breaded goodness. Hubby and I were deliriously excited lol
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Old 06-05-2014, 12:21 PM   #1408
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LOL 12yrslater, I never know if I should paste the recipe as well as linking. I did forget to mention that it called for 2 T of coconut flour and I used Ouizoid's better than flour mix. I then skipped the baking soda since it was in the BTF mix. I can't express how delicious it was and even 2 days later the leftovers were amazing.
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What's better than flour mix? (I'm Judding and well, that looks too good to not try for an up day! AND LOW CARB TO BOOT!?!?!)
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