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Old 01-04-2014, 04:51 PM   #1
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The death of me will be....

Triscuts, dill ones to be exact. And it didn't help when the old man had me fix onion dip, it's crack, flavored with cream cheese, sour cream and onions. Get it awaaaaaaay!!!!
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Old 01-04-2014, 05:04 PM   #2
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I make the Sunflower Parmesan crackers from Dana Carpender when I need crackers. They are a little bland by themselves but work wonders with dip. This way I can have crackers with my salads (ie tuna or chicken salad) as well.
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Try this recipe and change the seasonings to suit your taste. It helps me when I have a hankering for something crunchy and salty.
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Thanks!! And for future reference, 3 carbs per Triscuit.
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I feel your pain!! Triscuits are yummy!
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I just tried Boursin shallot and chives cheese. It tastes just like French onion dip to me. You can either buy LC crackers or make your own and dip it in the Boursin cheese. Yum!
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Sounds like a Chicken 'n Biscuit flavor. I love those! So, make that triscuit count! The dip, in moderation should be fine. But load that one cracker up! Now, don't ask me how to stop at one.
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Old 01-06-2014, 07:27 AM   #8
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Dips are often low carb or can be made low carb yourself. Crackers are harder. I found that often pork rinds work well to substitute though with dip. For me what I really like is the dip not so much the crackers.
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Try the cracker recipe in the Carb Legal Cheese Crackers thread on this site. It makes the best low carb crackers I have had, and they are seriously low carb (like 6g for the entire recipe, which yields 4 dozen crackers for me). The crackers have the flaky layers and good crunch that I don't find with parmesan/flax recipes, and you can vary the cheese flavor by using a sharper or milder cheese.
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Old 01-09-2014, 09:56 AM   #10
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Costco was selling a cheese cracker called "Grok."

Ingredients: Parmesan and romano cheese.

They were good! And you don't have to prepare them.
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