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Old 08-06-2011, 02:49 PM   #91
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I forgot to write in there that the heaping measure is a tablespoon in the oat flour ingredient or roughly 1.5 level Tbsps.
pooti, Oat flour or oat fiber? Your tweek says oat fiber.
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Uggh! Sorry, I suppose you could use what you have. But I am using Oat Fiber! Doh!!!
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I was hoping for the oat fiber!!
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I actually made these today. They were quite good. The only thing I did not do was to fry them. By the time I had them mixed, baked, and split and toasted, I had to eat them. I could not even wait for the toaster to finish!!!
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I think someone else already did this but I took my tweaked version and made a lemon blueberry muffin this morning. Next time will add more baking powder for a better rise, but it was moist and delicious! More like a lemon blueberry poundcake.

But oh so good!

I add 1/3c blueberries, 2 tsp lemon juice, 2 Tbsp DaVinci SF Vanilla in place of the water in the recipe, 2 drops of EZ Sweets, zest from 1/2 of a lemon. OMG it was so awesome with a pat of butter on it! YUMMY! Oh I forgot to add, this made two very large muffins (quite flat on top...but still moist and yummy)!!! Next time will omit the lemon juice, go back to the smidge of ACV and add poppy seeds instead of the blueberries, but what a yummy fruit muffin!

Ok, I will quite gushing now! Thanks again Dottie!
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lol I took the original recipe, heated up (to boiling) some leftover chili and plopped the batter on top - nuked it for 3 minutes and it was perfect. Almost like chili with cornbread topping
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Oh that sounds so good Dottie! I will do that the next batch of turkey chili I make. We just finished our last batch and had I don't know how many days of chili dog bowls with it! Woulda been great with the cornbread topping.
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Original biscuit recipe -microwave and let cool, then cut into pieces. Lay out in a single layer on a plate and refrigerate overnight to dry out.
Brush with evoo and sprinkle with garlic powder and a little sea salt, then bake (convection toaster oven) at 350f for 10-12 minutes until crisp.

*the recipe would benefit from a little more salt in the batter, maybe a tablespoon or 2 of parmesan cheese as well.
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Mmmm...I just made one. I like it! I made mine in a large Pyrex custard cup. Here's my version:

3 tbs coconut flour
1/4 tsp baking powder
1 large egg
3 tbs heavy cream
pinch of sea salt

I couldn't wait long enough to toast it. Sliced it through the middle and slathered half with cultured butter and ate it warm. I like it. It has a that cakey texture I enjoy. Now I can whip one up easily instead of making a whole low carb cake. Think I'll play around with the recipe by adding some cocoa powder and chocolate stevia. I'll let you know how that works out.

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I tried this. It didnt turn out at all. I tried twice. First time with all coconut flour. Second.time with half coconut flour and half almond flour. It still didnt turn out. I think i have the wrong kind of coconut flour? It smells like coconuts. Very strong smelling.
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I use the bob's red mill one and there's zero coconut flavor or smell to it. I first tried coconut flour last year and it was awful, I don't remember the brand though, but it had an almost chemical taste to it and it was overpowering in everything I tried to make with it.
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Okay, I just tried a chocolate version...so cake instead of biscuit.

2 1/2 TBS coconut flour
1/2 TBS cocoa powder
1 tsp xylitol
5 drops chocolate stevia
1 egg
3 TBS heavy cream

large custard dish
zap in micro for 1 min 50 seconds

For me this had the perfect cake consistancy. Chocolate flavor wasn't deep enough and could be a little sweeter too. I will up those next try. But a great first effort I think. The plain biscuit version was coconutty. I greased the custard dish with coconut oil so that helped. For the chocolate version I used butter instead so not as coconutty. I use Let's Do...Organic brand coconut flour.
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I made the biscuits last night and boy were they good. I used the coconut flour/almond flour combination. My first try was a failure, very dry - no liquids were added. It did not rise either. Although it looked like a hockey puck I taste tested it and it was amazingly flavorful. So I decided to give it another go, this time adding about a tablespoon of almond milk and a tad more baking powder. Oh my, it turned out great. I was able to slice it into 3 portions (next time I'll try to get 4 slices). I used 2 of them for my fried egg sandwich (toasted)for dinner and saved the last piece for a morning snack as I drove to work. It was heavenly. BTW: the dough texture reminded me of cookie dough - snickerdoodles here I come, with some sweeteners of course).
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Hint: if you add a little more liquid, think very thick pancake batter, you can spread it out on parchment paper and bake it -makes a good cracker! (my original version, not tweaked).
I do that, sprinkle some sea salt on top then bake for 5 minutes, score into cracker sizes and bake until completely cooked -about 10 minutes at 375f.
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Dottie, do you bake the crackers in the microwave or in a real oven? Can you even put parchment paper in the real oven?
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This looks like a great find! I have today off and plan to try it!
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Tweaking this biscuit today

I wanted more of a biscuit taste. so decided to add 1 level tbs.
of gluten flour, upped the baking powder & salt a pinch.
Then in our family we dip the biscuits in either melted oil, butter or
bacon fat on each side before placing it into the pan and we
bake them in a very hot oven. So I put melted butter on bottom
side of the Nordic Ware micro-safe muffin pan and on top of
the dough. My cooking time was 1 min and 10 seconds. I used
Greek style yogurt instead of sour cream and one extra large egg.
It made a nice dough. I waited for a little standing time as directed.

It tastes wonderful. I don't think that I have the exact microwave
timing perfect yet. I love this recipe.

I am now wondering what the carb count on this muffin is?
Does anyone know? I don't have a system for counting.
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This southern girl has got to try these!!!

Need to get coconut flour today! Thanks for the recipe.


Will also try this for some of my very favorite rolls I make.
Non LC recipe is 2 cups bisquick, 1 cup sour cream and 1 stick melted butter. Bake in mini-muffin pan. We LOVE these! Hope it works with combo of flours!
Do you think this would work with carbquick? It doesn't have an off taste to us. lol
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I wanted more of a biscuit taste. so decided to add 1 level tbs.
of gluten flour, upped the baking powder & salt a pinch.
Then in our family we dip the biscuits in either melted oil, butter or
bacon fat on each side before placing it into the pan and we
bake them in a very hot oven. So I put melted butter on bottom
side of the Nordic Ware micro-safe muffin pan and on top of
the dough. My cooking time was 1 min and 10 seconds. I used
Greek style yogurt instead of sour cream and one extra large egg.
It made a nice dough. I waited for a little standing time as directed.

It tastes wonderful. I don't think that I have the exact microwave
timing perfect yet. I love this recipe.

I am now wondering what the carb count on this muffin is?
Does anyone know? I don't have a system for counting.
Barbo, can you tell us your full recipe with your tweaks please? I get mixed up with all the pages of changes.
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Ok, so I finally got around to uploading my pictures of my breakfast biscuits!

Here you go!

The Turkey Sausage, Egg, Cheese Biscuit


08-05-11_1014TSausEggCheeseBiscuit by pootimcpootster


08-05-11_1013TSausEggChBiscuit by pootimcpootster

And the Pork Tender, Egg, Cheese Biscuit


07-29-11_0942porktendereggcheesebiscuit by pootimcpootster


07-29-11_0941ptendEggChBiscuit by pootimcpootster

So Pooti's Final Tweaked Recipe:

1 Heaping Tbsp Coconut Flour (Bob's Redmill, unsifted = approx 1-1/2Tbsp level)
1 Heaping Oat Fiber (unsifted = approx 1-1/2 Tbsp level)
1/4 tsp Baking Powder
2 Pinches Kosher Salt
Garlic Powder Sprinkle
Onion Powder Sprinkle
Parsley Flake Sprinkle
1 Tbsp (level) Yogurt
1 Tbsp Sour Cream
1-1/2 Tbsp Water
1 Large Egg
1/4 tsp ACV
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For microwave dishes:
Spray Olive Oil (1 spray per ramekin)

Directions:
Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Spray each ramekin with olive oil spray into bottom of each ramekin and smear around with finger. Divide batter and place batter (cornbread consistency) into each ramekin. Microwave on high for 1min 10 seconds.

Toast in oven after microwaving in order to have a toasted flavor. Optional.

Pooti's Comments:
I started at 1 minute and added 10 seconds to the cook time until they were moist and set but still a little glistening. Then I removed them from the micro and split them. I toasted the outsides then topped with my cheese and sliced pork loin and turkey sausage. I put them back in the toaster oven and toasted that while I made my hard fried eggs.

I topped the halves with an egg and made an incredible breakfast sandwich of pork loin, cheese, egg and also a turkey sausage version. These are great textured biscuits!!! The recipe made two biscuits. By toasting the outsides of the biscuits, it made them have a more biscuity texture without drying out the center too much.

I love the fact that these don't rely on a bunch of cheese to hold them together, nor do they have the oily feeling that the cheddar bay biscuit sub can sometimes have.

Adding the vinegar and sour cream took care of the flat taste. I do like the idea of the buttermilk but I didn't have any!

Nutrition Per Biscuit (Recipe makes 2 biscuits)

Cals 80
Fat 4.7g
Carbs 8.3g
Fiber 5.5g
Net Carbs 2.8g
Protein 4.7g
Vit A 7%
Ca 8%
Vit C 1%
Iron 4%

I give these a resounding 2 thumbs up!!! They are my new go-to breakfast bread! So easy to make too!

Nutritional Information for Pork Tender, Egg, Cheese Biscuit

Cals 240
Fat 15.7g
Carbs 8.7g
Fiber 5.5g
Protein 19.8g
Alco 0g
VitA 16%
Ca 23%
Vit C 1%
Iron 11%

Nutritional Information for Turkey Sausage, Egg, Cheese Biscuit

Cals 271
Fat 18.9g
Carbs 9.2g
Fiber 5.5g
Net Carbs 4g
Protein 19.5g
Alc 0g
Vit A 16%
Ca 25%
Vit C 2%
Iron 11%

Oh and btw, you may think from the heighth of the biscuit that I'm using 2 biscuits to make this sandwich, but I only used one biscuit and split it in the middle. Yay!

Here are pictures of the biscuits themselves!


07-29-11_0927Biscuits by pootimcpootster

Biscuits


07-29-11_0928BiscuitProfile by pootimcpootster

Profile of Biscuit Heighth


07-29-11_0931SplitBiscuit by pootimcpootster

Split Biscuits
OK, so can we use egg beaters in this recipe instead of the egg and also fat free sour cream and 0% yogurt? I am seeing if this would work for a down day on my JUDDD WOE, but I'm not sure if the fat is needed to make this biscuit rise?

Thanks all!
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I never did come back to this post so sorry for the delay:

I just used the first recipe from Dottie. All I did was add 1 level
tbs. of Vital wheat gluten, a pinch more salt and baking powder.
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By using Pooticus tweaked recipe and tweaking it to make it low cal by using fat free ingredients for the sour cream and yogurt and replacing the egg with an 1/4 cup egg beaters I now got a biscuit that is this:

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 Serving

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 7
Calories 46

% Daily Values*
Total Fat 0.75g 1%
Saturated Fat 0.75g 4%
Polyunsaturated Fat 0g
Monounsaturated Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 78mg 3%
Potassium 48mg
Total Carbohydrate 6.77g 2%
Dietary Fiber 4.1g 16%
Sugars 1.14g
Protein 4.69g

Net Carbs: 2.67g

This is VERY doable for those of us who watch our carbs AND calories! Thanks for the recipe Dottie and Pooticus!!
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Wow !!!!!!!!!!

Dottie this was amazing biscuit to put in my arsenal. Very tasty and I can eat it. Thanks I just love it. Now to try some of the other ways.
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I'm very upset that this didn't work for me!
What didn't work? Maybe someone can help

For me, I stick to my basic recipe. I have added 1-2tsp ground flax meal to it, but other than that or making it sweeter or savorier, I pretty much stay true to the original way I made it.
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I tried this. It didnt turn out at all. I tried twice. First time with all coconut flour. Second.time with half coconut flour and half almond flour. It still didnt turn out. I think i have the wrong kind of coconut flour? It smells like coconuts. Very strong smelling.
^This. It didn't taste good at all and did not look like the pics shown. I followed just the basic recipe.
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^This. It didn't taste good at all and did not look like the pics shown. I followed just the basic recipe.
I used Bob's Red Mill, and I thought that the resulting biscuit had a definite coconut taste. It was sweet. The flavor mellowed a bit the next day, though, and it was more like a plain biscuit. Maybe if you let it "develop" you will like it better. I know I did. In fact, I'm planning to make another one tonight to get it ready for tomorrow :-)

I do feel like the "all coconut flour" version should come with a choking hazard warning -- those things are dry (even though they seem moist -- it's strange). I was happy to have a mug of coffee handy after taking the first bite. It almost got stuck. :blush:
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