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Old 01-27-2011, 12:49 PM   #31
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i made these this morning. i got 5.5 rolls. i plopped them into a muffin top pan.

i ate 1.5.

my tummy isn't so happy about that....it's talking back to all the fiber, me thinks.

next time i make them, i till try just using 2 T oat fiber and make up the difference as alm flour. i really love oat fiber though. not sure why the noisy, gurgly tummy, though. i used erythritol for the splenda. could it be that? it feels just like it does when i eat too much sf chocolate.

they tasted so yummy!
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Old 01-27-2011, 12:52 PM   #32
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i made these this morning. i got 5.5 rolls. i plopped them into a muffin top pan.

i ate 1.5.

my tummy isn't so happy about that....it's talking back to all the fiber, me thinks.

next time i make them, i till try just using 2 T oat fiber and make up the difference as alm flour. i really love oat fiber though. not sure why the noisy, gurgly tummy, though. i used erythritol for the splenda. could it be that? it feels just like it does when i eat too much sf chocolate.

they tasted so yummy!
I think it has to be the oat fiber. There isn't anything else really that would cause this. Maybe its too much fiber for you. I read you can just use 2 tbl extra of the almond flour and 2 tbl of the protein powder and omit the oat fiber.
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thanks, skeeter. will try that next time.
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Old 01-27-2011, 02:39 PM   #34
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Are you talking about 2t. VWG or two different recipes from two different threads?
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I think she is talking about this one. The first one is the almond flour with VWG and the second flaxmeal without the VWG.

Beeb Thank you. I do not know how to figure out this sort of thing.
Yes, talking about SkeeterN's recipe here. I see where I said VTW. Don't ask me WHY I did that!

One is with the almond flour VWG and one is with flaxmeal and without the VWG.

You are very welcome, SkeeterN!

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Old 01-27-2011, 02:40 PM   #35
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I'm making these now..I got my x. gum..
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I made these this evening (with tweaks of course -- I'm another tweaker).
I used coconut oil.
" " vanilla Protein Pwd.
1/4 c flaxmeal
1/4 c almond meal
Erythritol instead of Splenda
I did use the X gum, but also added 2 TBsp Chia gel (I'll probalby use more next time I make them, and maybe even a little water, as I'm not forming them on a sheet. I'd like the batter even a little thinner than I had it tonight.)
& I used the VWG, baking pwd (scant), vanilla, eggs, & oat fiber.
Used vanilla DaVinci
I used part mozerella & part cheddar/jack cheese.

I used 4 mini bunt pans, and 1 mini cake pan (hoped to get 6, but couldn't). I'll thin the batter more next time, and might be able to get that 6th one, but maybe not.
Also, I have some sweetened cinnamon made up (more cinnamon to sweetener than Skeeter did, we like more cinnamon), so I just added some of that to the melted butter for the cinnamon mixture for the middle. I had a little that I didn't spread in the 5 "rolls", and I just added pwd Erythritol & a little water to that for the icing.

Quite good! Thanks Skeeter!
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Old 01-28-2011, 05:53 AM   #37
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I made these the regular way..but used molasses/Splenda cuz I didn't have diabetisweet on hand. The batter was a bit thickish..Not like a cookie, but almost. I might add some
more fat next time..

But, they taste great. I froze my batch and will heat one up this morning. I do think a nice cream cheese frosting would be good on them, too.
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do you have an great cream cheese frosting recipe, carolyn?
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Carrie: I just ballpark cream cheese, softened, Splenda, touch of vanilla extract/almond extract.. It's really nothing fancy, but it works for me..
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Old 01-28-2011, 06:25 AM   #40
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shoot! i knew you were going to say that!! LOL!
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I think Jennifer has another wonderful frosting recipe or Lauren might, too..
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I have topped these with the cream cheese topping recipe from the cheese danish-but I added a little sugar free maple syrup. DH is not a cream cheese fan, but loves this.
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Cream Cheese Frosting
4 oz cream cheese
3 T softened butter
1 t vanilla
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup sweetener
1 1/2 t white chocolate or vanilla sf pudding mix

Beat butter and cream cheese together. Add the rest of the ingredients. Beat until fluffy.
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And I just got my Netrition order for the Oat Fiber. I can't wait to try this.
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Cream Cheese Frosting
4 oz cream cheese
3 T softened butter
1 t vanilla
1/2 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup sweetener
1 1/2 t white chocolate or vanilla sf pudding mix

Beat butter and cream cheese together. Add the rest of the ingredients. Beat until fluffy.


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Cinnamon Love

Skeeter, just another hug for coming up with this version.

I am making double batch today....

I'm working on a real bran muffin with 3 grams carb.
More testing needed. Soon as I'm satisfied I'll put up the
recipe for y'all to tweak...I wonder how many carbs are in
24 raisins? Could cut them up like Carolyn does
and add to each of the 12 muffins.
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i think my tummy issues from eating these was from the brown sugar diabetisweet.

i have eaten other things with the same ing and the only difference is the diabetisweet.

but, my mom liked them so i'll use up what i have and give them to her.
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Skeeter, just another hug for coming up with this version.

I am making double batch today....

I'm working on a real bran muffin with 3 grams carb.
More testing needed. Soon as I'm satisfied I'll put up the
recipe for y'all to tweak...I wonder how many carbs are in
24 raisins? Could cut them up like Carolyn does
and add to each of the 12 muffins.
Barbo, did you ever get a dehydrator? If so, try some dehydrated blueberries instead of the raisins!
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i think my tummy issues from eating these was from the brown sugar diabetisweet.

i have eaten other things with the same ing and the only difference is the diabetisweet.

but, my mom liked them so i'll use up what i have and give them to her.
Yup if I eat too much diabetisweet it makes my tummy rumble. Really all the sugar alcohols will do it but as long as I don't eat too much at one sitting it won't be unbearable
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Old 01-31-2011, 10:55 PM   #50
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I bet these would make a great bread pudding base!!! I am going to look for a recipe for that and see what I can come up with....anyone else have any ideas? Maybe a bourbon sauce for it ???
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Cinnamon Love with frosting and pecans

We had our version this morning with eggs. DH said that even
at the doughnut shop the police couldn't tell the difference

Very little effect on the old pipes....
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We had our version this morning with eggs. DH said that even
at the doughnut shop the police couldn't tell the difference

Very little effect on the old pipes....
So do you make them as I wrote them or tweak them differently? I love them.
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Old 02-02-2011, 07:45 AM   #53
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Ok, so what would you sub out for flax and almond flour per chance?

I have any kind of flour, fiber, or bran you can imagine! Including chia meal and gelled chia.
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coconut flour?
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I made these this morning and they are wonderful. I used 1/4 c almond flour and 1/4 c flax, subbed WPI 8000 for the VWG and used regular Diabetisweet since I didn't have the brown.
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Oh YAY!!! NOW I know where the base for my Cherry Danish came from!!

THANKS, Anita! And to whomever else contributed to this great recipe!

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Old 03-07-2011, 03:24 PM   #58
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Oh YAY!!! NOW I know where the base for my Cherry Danish came from!!

THANKS, Anita! And to whomever else contributed to this great recipe!

I love this too but as a cheese danish as well.
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These sound too good to be true. I really miss cinnamon rolls...

Thanks guys.
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They are too good, it is true. YUM!
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