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Old 06-01-2011, 05:25 PM   #61
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I found the 500 recipes book by Dana Carpender today for $4.00, and it's hardback! Of course I bought it!! lol. Guess what I'm going to be doing later on!!
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wanting to try these-thanks!!!
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Post anything you come up with, too!!!
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WOW great thread guys!!!

What kind of hot dogs are you guys eating? I love dogs but am afraid to eat them on attack phase, since they are so fatty? And man lots of hidden carbs in some brands!
I love them raw!!!!!

Thanks cant wait to try some of these recipes, I can hardly wait til Monday to see if I can finally budge this scale!!!!!
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New Dukan Cookbooks released

3 new Dukan cookbooks were released on Amazon this past week. They are available only in the electronic Kindle edition, but even if you don't have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle for PC software and read the books on your computer.

I do not own the 3 books below and cannot review them. Thanks to all who have provided info about previous cookbooks in this thread! If you do choose to buy any of these, please let us know what you think.

-- The Dukan Protein Diet Salad Recipes Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99

-- The Dukan Super Lean All Protein Diet Recipes Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99

-- Discover All about The Dukan Diet Key Element - OAT BRAN With 51 Delicious Oat Bran Recipes [Kindle Edition] by Tracy Burkhart, $4.85

I do own the following Kindle book:

-- The Dukan Protein Diet Slow Cooker Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99. I was disappointed after purchase to discover that this book has only 21 recipes, but I have used 4 so far and plan to use more. The recipes I have tried are pretty good, so 'cost per good recipe' is acceptable to me.

Incidentally, for taking the recipe into the kitchen, you can do a 'print screen' and print the page from your computer.
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Jello Fluff

JELLO FLUFF
1 small package sugar free jello, any flavor
4 ounces Fat Free cream cheese, softened
About 2 cups ice cubes

In a medium bowl, dissolve the jello in 1 cup boiling water, stirring 3 minutes. Add 1 1/2-2 cups ice cubes and stir until the jello starts to thicken; about 3 minutes. Remove any unmelted ice. In a small bowl, beat the cream cheese with a mixer until smooth. Add a small amount of the jello (2 tablespoon or so) to the cream cheese. Beat until smooth and creamy. Add the cheese mixture to the rest of the jello; beat on high until foamy. Pour into servings dishes and chill until set.

Makes 4 servings
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Hamburger/Sandwich Buns

Similar to the Revolution Roll - slightly more stable

4 Eggs – separated
1/4 tsp Cream of tartar
1 Tbsp Splenda
4 oz FF Cream Cheese
4 Tbsp Oat bran
2 tsp water
1 tsp White vinegar
1 tsp Onion powder
1 tsp Butter Buds Sprinkles - (I left this out.)

Separate eggs. To the yolks add cream cheese, bran, water, vinegar, onion powder, and Butter Buds; mix together.
To the egg whites add the cream of tartar and Splenda. Beat whites on high until stiff. Then with the same beaters, beat the egg yolk mixture until well blended. Pour yolk mix over whites and gently fold together. Spoon onto cookie sheet in piles of how big you want your buns to be. I use a Silpat on my sheets. Other wise use foil with oil spray.
Bake at 300 degrees for 30 minutes.

You can add any spices you'd like to make these sweet or savory.
I tried to convert to metric, so I hope it's ok.
Here's how it looks as a burger.
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Muffins

Makes 6 Muffins

6 Tblsp. Oat Bran
2 Eggs
5 Tblsp. Fat Free Yogurt - I used drained yogurt (like greek)
1 tsp. Baking Powder
1 tsp. Cinnamon - I used Pumpkin Pie Spice (yummy)
1/4 C. Splenda
dash Vanilla

Mix it all together Bake in Papers at 350 Degs. F. for 15 -18 minutes.

Icing - mixed together some FF Cream Cheese, splenda and vanilla to taste spread on muffin sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice.
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Makes 6 Muffins

6 Tblsp. Oat Bran
2 Eggs
5 Tblsp. Fat Free Yogurt - I used drained yogurt (like greek)
1 tsp. Baking Powder
1 tsp. Cinnamon - I used Pumpkin Pie Spice (yummy)
1/4 C. Splenda
dash Vanilla

Mix it all together Bake in Papers at 350 Degs. F. for 15 -18 minutes.

Icing - mixed together some FF Cream Cheese, splenda and vanilla to taste spread on muffin sprinkle with pumpkin pie spice.
Now this is my kind of recipe, a few ingredients and throw them all together into a pan that fits into my toaster oven, and some oat bran to boot, wow thanks!!!!!!!!

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Now this is my kind of recipe, a few ingredients and throw them all together into a pan that fits into my toaster oven, and some oat bran to boot, wow thanks!!!!!!!!
I know what you mean, I usually start mixing everything together before I read the recipe then I'm like crap! I wasn't supposed to mix that together.
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Linda thanks for sharing....I am going to try the revolutionary rolls today.
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Those muffins sound good. Will have to write them in my book so I can try later!
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Similar to the Revolution Roll - slightly more stable

4 Eggs – separated
1/4 tsp Cream of tartar
1 Tbsp Splenda
4 oz FF Cream Cheese
4 Tbsp Oat bran
2 tsp water
1 tsp White vinegar
1 tsp Onion powder
1 tsp Butter Buds Sprinkles - (I left this out.)

Separate eggs. To the yolks add cream cheese, bran, water, vinegar, onion powder, and Butter Buds; mix together.
To the egg whites add the cream of tartar and Splenda. Beat whites on high until stiff. Then with the same beaters, beat the egg yolk mixture until well blended. Pour yolk mix over whites and gently fold together. Spoon onto cookie sheet in piles of how big you want your buns to be. I use a Silpat on my sheets. Other wise use foil with oil spray.
Bake at 300 degrees for 30 minutes.

You can add any spices you'd like to make these sweet or savory.
I tried to convert to metric, so I hope it's ok.
Here's how it looks as a burger.
AMAZING!!!! I had one with my eggs and it tasted just like bread for sure!!! All on plan too!! Thank you!!!
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3 new Dukan cookbooks were released on Amazon this past week. They are available only in the electronic Kindle edition, but even if you don't have a Kindle, you can download the free Kindle for PC software and read the books on your computer.

I do not own the 3 books below and cannot review them. Thanks to all who have provided info about previous cookbooks in this thread! If you do choose to buy any of these, please let us know what you think.

-- The Dukan Protein Diet Salad Recipes Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99

-- The Dukan Super Lean All Protein Diet Recipes Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99

-- Discover All about The Dukan Diet Key Element - OAT BRAN With 51 Delicious Oat Bran Recipes [Kindle Edition] by Tracy Burkhart, $4.85

I do own the following Kindle book:

-- The Dukan Protein Diet Slow Cooker Cookbook [Kindle Edition] by Marcel Martin, $4.99. I was disappointed after purchase to discover that this book has only 21 recipes, but I have used 4 so far and plan to use more. The recipes I have tried are pretty good, so 'cost per good recipe' is acceptable to me.

Incidentally, for taking the recipe into the kitchen, you can do a 'print screen' and print the page from your computer.
I am going to look into this. I have the nook and they have alot of similiar books.
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I am going to look into this. I have the nook and they have alot of similiar books.
Thank you, JKat, it will be good to know if they are available in other formats. I have the free Nook for PC also.
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This is from Hungry Girl but fits perfect in Cruise.

Unique Greek Turkey Burgers

PER SERVING (1/4th of recipe, 1 patty): 203 calories, 8g fat, 420mg sodium, 3g carbs, 1g fiber, 1g sugars, 29g protein -- PointsPlus® value 5*

Heads up: If you make these for your next cookout, your patties will be the talk of the neighborhood by sundown. SO GOOD!

Ingredients:
1/4 cup finely chopped onion
1 tsp. chopped garlic
4 cups chopped spinach leaves
1 lb. raw lean ground turkey
2 large egg whites or 1/4 cup liquid egg whites
1/2 tsp. dried basil
1/2 tsp. dried oregano
1/4 tsp. salt
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1/2 cup crumbled fat-free feta cheese
Optional: large lettuce leaves, sliced onion, sliced tomato

Directions:
Bring a large skillet sprayed with nonstick spray to medium-high heat on the stove. Add onion and garlic and, stirring often, cook until softened, about 4 minutes.

Add spinach to the skillet with onion and garlic. Stirring often, cook until spinach has wilted and excess moisture has evaporated, 3 - 5 minutes.

Remove skillet from heat. Once cool enough to handle, carefully blot away any excess moisture from the onion-spinach mixture with paper towels. Set aside.

In a large bowl, combine turkey, egg whites, basil, oregano, salt, and pepper. Using your hands, mix well. Add cooked veggies and feta cheese to the bowl. Using your hands, mix until uniform.

Evenly divide turkey mixture and firmly form into four patties. (Cover and refrigerate if not cooking immediately.)

Bring a grill (or skillet or grill pan) sprayed with nonstick spray to medium heat. Add patties, cover, and cook for 5 - 8 minutes per side, until cooked through. If using a skillet or grill pan, work in batches, removing skillet or pan from heat between batches to re-spray. (And don't worry if your lid isn't a perfect fit when covering!)

Eat your patties with a knife and fork or, if you like, wrap them up in some lettuce leaves with onion and tomato. Enjoy!

MAKES 4 SERVINGS
That sounds amaxing! (drools) can't wait to try this!
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I am going to look into this. I have the nook and they have alot of similiar books.
JKat I also have a nook and I have "The Dukan Diet Cookbook" on it I can lend it to you. Inbox me your email address and I'll try to figure out how to lend a book. Anyone else with a nook that's interested I'd be happy to share just inbox me your email address.
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That sounds amaxing! (drools) can't wait to try this!
I'm having these tomorrow. I have my 2 oldest grand daughters for dinner every tuesday. I'm making them burgers and fries. I'll have this turkey burger on a revolution roll with a salad on veggie on the side.
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Similar to the Revolution Roll - slightly more stable

4 Eggs – separated
1/4 tsp Cream of tartar
1 Tbsp Splenda
4 oz FF Cream Cheese
4 Tbsp Oat bran
2 tsp water
1 tsp White vinegar
1 tsp Onion powder
1 tsp Butter Buds Sprinkles - (I left this out.)

Separate eggs. To the yolks add cream cheese, bran, water, vinegar, onion powder, and Butter Buds; mix together.
To the egg whites add the cream of tartar and Splenda. Beat whites on high until stiff. Then with the same beaters, beat the egg yolk mixture until well blended. Pour yolk mix over whites and gently fold together. Spoon onto cookie sheet in piles of how big you want your buns to be. I use a Silpat on my sheets. Other wise use foil with oil spray.
Bake at 300 degrees for 30 minutes.

You can add any spices you'd like to make these sweet or savory.
I tried to convert to metric, so I hope it's ok.
Here's how it looks as a burger.
Hi LindaCat, are these for attack days or cruise days only? How many should we be able to make with this recipe? Or I should say, how many servings?
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WOW great thread guys!!!

What kind of hot dogs are you guys eating? I love dogs but am afraid to eat them on attack phase, since they are so fatty? And man lots of hidden carbs in some brands!
I love them raw!!!!!

Thanks cant wait to try some of these recipes, I can hardly wait til Monday to see if I can finally budge this scale!!!!!
Hi there, I am eating the ballpark smoked turkey franks- they are awesome and only 5 carbs, low fat, and luckily, very tasty!
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I made some meatballs tonight. Didn't turn out too bad.

1 egg
1/4 c. ricotta cheese
1 lb. ground beef
italian seasoning

Make into meatballs and bake. I did then in the convection toaster oven at 350 for 40 minutes.

I'm making meatball subs for my family Wednesday so I wanted some of my own meatballs. Now tomorrow I need to make some homemade pasta sauce to put over them. Yummm!!!

Dinner tonight:

Beefy Veggie Chili

1 lb ground beef
1 lb ground turkey
garlic
onions
red pepper
mushrooms
zucchini
carrots
28 oz crushed tomatoes
1/4 c. chili powder
a little bit of cilantro

Now I love cheese on my chili, so I just mixed in some ff ricotta in my bowl. Pretty good!!
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Hi LindaCat, are these for attack days or cruise days only? How many should we be able to make with this recipe? Or I should say, how many servings?

From what I've read you can have them on any day there are no veggies. I'm not sure about the butter buds that's why I left them out. I made 8 from the batter, but i piled them really high so I can cut the open like a roll. The picture which I did not post (because I dont know how) shows them flat.
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I've been marinating steak in soy sauce and Ideal brown sugar substitue. So good! Be aware of the sodium in the soy sauce though! I'm sure this would be good on chicken and fish too.
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That sounds good. I've never heard of Ideal brown sugar substitute. Looked it up online. Interesting!!
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The Ideal sweeteners are really good, I love the confectioners sugar, like to sprinkle over this galette thing would be yummy!!!!!
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I've been following this thread with interest. Sounds like I need to try the Dukan Plan!

Question - is the Ideal sweetener available in regular grocery stores?

Have any of you tried Bragg's Aminos? I really like the taste of it, and it's better for you than soy sauce, I think!
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I've been following this thread with interest. Sounds like I need to try the Dukan Plan!

Question - is the Ideal sweetener available in regular grocery stores?

Have any of you tried Bragg's Aminos? I really like the taste of it, and it's better for you than soy sauce, I think!

I get the Ideal at 2 of my local grocers. Be wary of the Bragg's Aminos-it's MSG-they had to change their label a few years ago because of the controversy.
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I just looked on the Ideal Sweetener website. They sell it locally at Giant Eagle. Going to stop by tomorrow and see what I can find!
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I just looked on the Ideal Sweetener website. They sell it locally at Giant Eagle. Going to stop by tomorrow and see what I can find!
Go back to their website, they have a printable coupon. Has anyone used their "powdered sugar" sub? I have not seen it for sale, but noticed it on their website as one of their products.

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