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Old 01-11-2013, 10:57 AM   #1
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Ok Officially in love with my Waffle maker....


1/4C almond meal, 1 egg, 3/4 tsp baking powder,
large pinch celery salt, small pinch sweetener, 1/4 C shredded mild cheddar Mix together and put in
waffle maker for a few minutes till brown. I placed in freezer to cool it down and made an awesome ham and Swiss. 2.5 total carbs!


Breakfast total 2 carbs
1/4C. Almond meal,1 egg, 3/4 tsp baking powder, large pinch cinnamon, scant amount walnuts, 2 capfuls Torani Vanilla, or any sweetner
add butter and sugar free syrup

Going to try a pizza crust tonight for dinner..........today is my waffle day hahaha
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:05 AM   #2
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Get out of town!!! That looks awesome
Thanks for sharing
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:20 AM   #3
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What a good idea to make a sandwich out of a waffle! Let us know if the pizza crust idea works.
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:21 AM   #4
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Will do!
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ACK! I just gave mine away thinking I'd never use it again.
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Old 01-11-2013, 11:22 AM   #6
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Nooooo LOL
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Old 01-11-2013, 12:48 PM   #7
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That looks great Bethy!!!
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flax bread recipe works great too!
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Old 01-11-2013, 06:09 PM   #9
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Gee, I wonder if a panini press would work? Of course it wouldn't have the cute indentations, lol!
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Old 01-11-2013, 06:20 PM   #10
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Love Your Waffle du Jour

Love your waffle du jour!

I am fond of my Belgian waffle maker.
Years ago we made chocolate waffles and filled them
with cream cheese frosting.. YUM

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Old 01-11-2013, 06:38 PM   #11
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Oh my goodness! That looks SOOOO yummy.
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Drool! Yum, I think I need to get me a waffle iron and try these!
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:28 AM   #13
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We use to make this all the time when I used cream cheese.

Waffles with stuffed cream cheese and berries like they use to make from DENNYS or IHOP. My kids and family loved these with s/f syrup.
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Old 01-12-2013, 10:36 AM   #14
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I keep looking at waffle irons, there are some really inexpensive ones but then I always think, but just one more thing to store. But now that I am truly committed to this WOE and looking at these great pictures, I think I will get one. Next time I see a great buy, I will snatch it up.
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Old 01-12-2013, 12:11 PM   #15
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We used to make "waffle bread" ALL the time, using BettyR's amazing waffle recipe - made up a bunch (I think the recipe made 9 IIRC) and used them allw eek for sandwiches. They're so nice cuz the waffle holes hold condiments without drippage!

They're great for hamburgers too.
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We used to make "waffle bread" ALL the time, using BettyR's amazing waffle recipe - made up a bunch (I think the recipe made 9 IIRC) and used them allw eek for sandwiches. They're so nice cuz the waffle holes hold condiments without drippage!

They're great for hamburgers too.
Are you kidding me? After all these years and I am just now hearing of this!? (j/k... mock rage)
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LOL! You mean you never read the whole "BettyR's Amazing Waffles" thread? Girl where ya BEEN?!
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LOL They were the best. Read that thread , we made lots of food with that. It's still a great thread.

I thought everybody has read it.LOL
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I guess I am a total loser then. I'm off to check out that thread.

Seriously though, I think I'm done looking for bread subs, at least for sandwiches and things. This thing is a game changer. Look at this baby!

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It was perfect, the taste the texture. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Make it today!!!!
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I am out of almond flour. Can flaxseed meal be substituted?
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I wouldn't use flax.
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I hate being out of almond flour! Would love to try these in the morning!

Thanks, Speck333!
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I guess I am a total loser then. I'm off to check out that thread.

Seriously though, I think I'm done looking for bread subs, at least for sandwiches and things. This thing is a game changer. Look at this baby!

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It was perfect, the taste the texture. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Make it today!!!!
Awesome!!!!!
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I hate being out of almond flour! Would love to try these in the morning!

Thanks, Speck333!
I'm out too. . Waiting for nutrition order!! Should be here Monday
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I guess I am a total loser then. I'm off to check out that thread.

Seriously though, I think I'm done looking for bread subs, at least for sandwiches and things. This thing is a game changer. Look at this baby!

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It was perfect, the taste the texture. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Make it today!!!!
game changer for me too!!!!
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I just got myself (for Christmas) a waffle iron from Walmart that makes waffle sticks for this type thing, or not, depending on what you want. It's under $20 and I did site to store. It's pretty neat.
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Thanks for this! Made one yesterday for hubby's breakfast using the 1st recipe, it smelled a bit too eggy for me (I don't like eggs) he liked it so much though he asked for another this morning as we were getting into bed last night. This morning I tweaked the recipe as we were out of shredded cheese, used 3-4 oz of cream cheese & doubled the almond flour and was able to get 2 waffles out of it. By doubling the almond flour the eggy smell was gone so I used mine to make a bacon sandwich. YUM!!!!
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Old 01-13-2013, 10:42 AM   #28
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I honestly don't think it matters what waffle batter recipe you use, as long as it has enough elasticity that it doesn't crack, crumble or snap when made into a sandwich. I think it's the cheese, in whatever form, that gives it that bendability. It's the *idea* of using the waffle as bread that has changed my world.

I've got my eye on this Cuisinart waffle maker. It makes 6 square ones at a time! It's expensive, though. The one I have now only makes one big round one at a time. If I get to the point where I'm making a ton of these, I'm going buy the Cuisinart 6.
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I am going to shop for a waffle maker this week. Would you all recommend a regular one or a belgian one? Round or square? The smaller and easier to store the better for me, since I will be mostly making these LC, I will be cooking for 1.
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I wish I had a square one. The waffles would be perfectly sandwich-sized.
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