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Old 07-06-2013, 10:28 PM   #31
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Walden Farms Peanut butter makes the BEST satay sauce

-half jar of WF peanut Butter
-half jar of WF mayo
-2 tbsp of light peanut butter
-90mls water
-half tbsp of mixed satay spice (or more to taste)
-half tsp curry powder (or more to taste)
-Optional - PB2, crushed peanuts, sour cream, Cayenne pepper

all stirred together in a saucepan on the stove - can be used as a dipping sauce, or as a meat and veg sauce served on miracle rice.
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I have yet to find a Walden Farms product that I like. Everything they make tastes like chemicals to me.
I like their strawberry jam, honey dijon salad dressing and pancake syrup. I agree the peanut stuff is horrid!
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actually, their new raisin cinnamon peanut butter is not bad, especially when mixed with other things. The original PB was vile, but this stuff is almost tasty.
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Sure!

Super Yummy, Abosolutely Guilt Free, Peanutbutter-Marshmellow Fudge Brownies

1 Egg
3 Egg Whites
2 Tablespoons Coconut Flour
4 Tablespoons Sugar Free Cocoa Powder
2 Tablespoons Flaxmeal
2 Tablesppons Sugar Free Peanutbutter ( or Almond Butter )
4 Tablespoons Walden Farms Peanut Butter
4 Tablesppons Walden Farms Marshmellow Fluff
2 Cups Splenda ( or your favorite choice of Sugar Free Sweetener)
1 teaspoon Baking powder
dash of salt

Mix all together, spread into a bread loaf sized pan, sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. Bake in over for approx 15-18 min at 375.
Allow to cool, cut into squares. Yeilds approx 12 brownies.
Total Nutritional Count for WHOLE recipe:
Calories:450
Carbs: 6
protein: 26

Total Nutritional Count PER BROWNIE:
Calories: 37
Carbs: .5






How bout THAT, my friends!
EAT your brownies, and feel good about yourself at the same time! YEAH,
thats how I ROLL!

Protein: 2
YOU are a Genius - thanks to your recipe, i have created the most delicious low carb desert iv had to date, and it started with your idea - but i used LC foods cake flour instead of almond flour, i also used WF chocolate dip instead & also added a small amount of cocoa nibs that had been blended, some brown sugar sub, and some Nectar choc fudge protein powder instead of vanilla- and some left over of my failed peanut butter fudge attempt i made yesterday

- the choc topping is walden farms choc dip, LC foods confectionary sugar, Divinchi white choc syrup, tsp low fat butter, and some stevia hot choc milk flavouring, and half a block of chocoperfection melted in, sprinkled with coconut and it is INCREDIBLE and super low in calories and carbs.



...the most chocolaty thing iv had while on Low Carb, its like a warm choc moose pudding pie. I'm so annoyed at myself for not keeping track of precise measurements & ingredients as when i cook, i just throw things together and hope for the best, so most of my successful recipes are once onlys ... but i dont want this dessert to end
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BLONDIE !!!!

Amazing!
WOW ! wow WOW wow WOW, Blondie!!!!!


sending a message to the low carb gods.....here we are, with ANOTHER GIft from them...its YOU, Blondi!!
Look at that pic !! Holy smokes, that is just some of the best good ol food porn I've ever seem, and yet low carb , low fat and healthy!!!!
Girl, you make me proud!!!!

By the way - made the satay sause last night for Din-din ....got ta tell ya, WE NEED TO OPEN A RESTAURANT - we will make so much $$$$$

Just think of it, WHY aren't there any restaurants out there, where you can pick up a menu, with THIS SORT OF THING on the menu, with gorgeous pictures of the luscious food item, the nutritional count listed right there next to it...

Hollywood would go BONKERS for something like this...you nknow how hard they work to stay slim, -many times of course with cosmetic surgery - but many of them are EXTREMELY health conscious, and watch every morsel that passes their lips....

with ideas like yours and mine, its would be the next biggest thing since HELLS KITCHEN..


we could be....... HEAVENS KITCHEN




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I use the Walden Farms Ketchup and the Raspberry Dressing. I have never been a huge ketchup fan but I find it is decent enough on a bunless burger or hotdog along with some good old French's mustard. The raspberry dressing I use all of the time on organic spring mix greens and find it is the only dressing I like on them now. I do crumble up a little bacon sometimes so that adds some flavor and I don't go heavy handed on the dressing. I have tried the Walden Farms Thousand Island dressing but found it had an odd supersweet taste that I did not like. I want to try the Asian dressing but have never even seen the peanut butter or marshmallow fluff so I cannot comment on those.
Very sad too because that recipe ^^ looks AMAZING.
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2 cups of Splenda and you get 6 carbs? I thought each packet of Splenda was counted as a half carb? I know I read that liquid Splenda is truly zero carbs, but regular Splenda has a small amount.

BTW, where are people finding this in Walmart?

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BLONDIE !!!!

Amazing!
WOW ! wow WOW wow WOW, Blondie!!!!!


sending a message to the low carb gods.....here we are, with ANOTHER GIft from them...its YOU, Blondi!!
Look at that pic !! Holy smokes, that is just some of the best good ol food porn I've ever seem, and yet low carb , low fat and healthy!!!!
Girl, you make me proud!!!!

By the way - made the satay sause last night for Din-din ....got ta tell ya, WE NEED TO OPEN A RESTAURANT - we will make so much $$$$$

Just think of it, WHY aren't there any restaurants out there, where you can pick up a menu, with THIS SORT OF THING on the menu, with gorgeous pictures of the luscious food item, the nutritional count listed right there next to it...

Hollywood would go BONKERS for something like this...you nknow how hard they work to stay slim, -many times of course with cosmetic surgery - but many of them are EXTREMELY health conscious, and watch every morsel that passes their lips....

with ideas like yours and mine, its would be the next biggest thing since HELLS KITCHEN..


we could be....... HEAVENS KITCHEN




LOL
I studied business management, and iv worked in restaurants etc, iv always had a mind for business, and i tell ya what - you sure arnt wrong about that idea .... GOLDMINE!!, and im loving the name!! if i lived in the USA id do that in a heart beat !

Im glad you enjoyed the satay sauce

I noticed the "warm zucchini chips" being made by low carbers and i was thinking, why hasn't a business started production on a "zucchini chip" snack - like chips without the oil and deep frying? and have them freeze dried so they are extra crunchy and have different flavors like salt and vin, BBQ, tomato etc ...

i know the freeze dried fruit iv tried has always been nice and crispy, so why would zuchini be any different? so i thought, bugger it, i might look into buying a freeze dryer as a type of business investment but i sure stopped in my tracks when i saw the $95,000 price tag hahaha....

but how awesome would it be to have a freeze dryer at home. i looked up home freeze drying and im going to give it a try, and slice the zucchini as thin as possible, possibly using a potato peeler, then after drying in the standard food dehydrator, put it in the freezer to freeze dry and see what happens. I wonder if its possible to hire a freeze dryer to do a production test before investing in such a thing? anyway i have to wait to get my kernal flavourings from the USA. unfortunatley here in aussie we dont get the full waldens range, we also dont get other popular USA stuff such as Kool-aid, coolwhip, jolly ranch SF drink flavorings, carb free wraps / tortillas, kernel popcorn flavouring etc, so going low carb and following yummy recipes sure does become costly when living is Australia, but i reckon its worth it
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2 cups of Splenda and you get 6 carbs? I thought each packet of Splenda was counted as a half carb? I know I read that liquid Splenda is truly zero carbs, but regular Splenda has a small amount.
Two cups of Splenda means the equivalent, however the person chooses to sweeten it, which could be zero carb or much more, depending.

The Splenda isn't the only thing in the recipe with carbs, though.

1 Egg
2 Tablespoons Coconut Flour
4 Tablespoons Sugar Free Cocoa Powder

all have some carbs. And, depending on whether you count net or gross, so does the flaxmeal.
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I use the Walden Farms Ketchup and the Raspberry Dressing. I have never been a huge ketchup fan but I find it is decent enough on a bunless burger or hotdog along with some good old French's mustard. The raspberry dressing I use all of the time on organic spring mix greens and find it is the only dressing I like on them now. I do crumble up a little bacon sometimes so that adds some flavor and I don't go heavy handed on the dressing. I have tried the Walden Farms Thousand Island dressing but found it had an odd supersweet taste that I did not like. I want to try the Asian dressing but have never even seen the peanut butter or marshmallow fluff so I cannot comment on those.
Very sad too because that recipe ^^ looks AMAZING.
Hi Deosil,

I love the honey mustard mayo thats part of the waldens range, im yet to try the raspberry dressing, but i will add it to my list of "to tries". The reason i brought the walden 1000 island dressing is to mimic the "carb free big mac" recipe, and i reckon its pretty close to taste. but if its not with mince, lettuce and onions i usually mix in a bit of cream cheese and water to ease up the powerful flavour, or i mix it with some sour cream, as i also find it very strong, but i do like it. Unfortunately we dont have the waldens full range here in australia Walden Farms isnt sold in stores, only online, and we don't get the peanut butter or any of the mayonnaise which is a shame, so i order mine online from netrition which arnt to bad with their shipping, but when you order, its best to get a larger order at a time so the shipping costs are justified. Just incase, i thought i'd add the replica carb free big mac recipe. Iv made it 3 times, and once it tasted exactly like a big mac, but the other two times i used grated cheese with a sharp flavor, which ofcourse isnt a familiar flavor in a big mac so i do think it depends on the cheese you use as to whether it tastes similar, but just in case your interested -

Ingredients

Ground beef, extra lean
slice of processed cheddar cheese
Lettuce
Dehydrated chopped onions/or onions if u dont have onion flakes.
Dill Pickle
Walden Farm's Thousand Island Dressing

Directions

Brown beef. Salt and pepper to taste. Chop lettuce, onion, cheese and pickle. Mix all ingredients in a bowl with dressing. Enjoy.
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Hi Deosil,

I love the honey mustard mayo thats part of the waldens range, im yet to try the raspberry dressing, but i will add it to my list of "to tries". The reason i brought the walden 1000 island dressing is to mimic the "carb free big mac" recipe, and i reckon its pretty close to taste. but if its not with mince, lettuce and onions i usually mix in a bit of cream cheese and water to ease up the powerful flavour, or i mix it with some sour cream, as i also find it very strong, but i do like it. Unfortunately we dont have the waldens full range here in australia Walden Farms isnt sold in stores, only online, and we don't get the peanut butter or any of the mayonnaise which is a shame, so i order mine online from netrition which arnt to bad with their shipping, but when you order, its best to get a larger order at a time so the shipping costs are justified. Just incase, i thought i'd add the replica carb free big mac recipe. Iv made it 3 times, and once it tasted exactly like a big mac, but the other two times i used grated cheese with a sharp flavor, which ofcourse isnt a familiar flavor in a big mac so i do think it depends on the cheese you use as to whether it tastes similar, but just in case your interested -

Ingredients

Ground beef, extra lean
slice of processed cheddar cheese
Lettuce
Dehydrated chopped onions/or onions if u dont have onion flakes.
Dill Pickle
Walden Farm's Thousand Island Dressing

Directions

Brown beef. Salt and pepper to taste. Chop lettuce, onion, cheese and pickle. Mix all ingredients in a bowl with dressing. Enjoy.
Hello!

Sorry I didn't see this until today. I have been dealing with a bad Wisdom tooth so have not been online as much.

Thank-You for the recipe! I will give it a try since I think I still have some of the Thousand Island in my fridge. It will use some up and hopefully be a great addition to my WOE! Much appreciated.
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While I wanted to try this, I didn't believe that it was 6 carbs for everything with 2 cups of splenda added..... turns out it was good I checked....

SPLENDA(R) Granular
1 tsp = 0.5 gm carb = 2 calories
one half cup = 12 gm carb = 48 calories
1 cup = 24 gm carb = 96 calories

So that would be 48 carbs just in splenda....

However, I got this info from a diabetes forum and not from the Splenda package. I will see if I have a package of Splenda to verify.
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OK, I made some changes to the brownie recipe to lower carbs and to use stuff that I had on hand... here are the changes:

1. I used almond flour because I had it.

2. I went with 1 cup of stevia, and no splenda. Recipe called for 2 cups of Splenda.

3. I skipped the fluff as I didn't have any.

The batter seemed too dry, so I added 2 TBS coconut oil, melted.

I tasted the batter and it was pretty darn good.... and PLENTY SWEET.

It is in the oven right now. It smells pretty darn good. We'll see. I am a good cook, but a very bad baker, and never tried anything like this before.... at the very least I am sure that I can eat it...... but the batter sure was yummy.
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I have yet to find a Walden Farms product that I like. Everything they make tastes like chemicals to me.
Ditto. I shudder at the name even!
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Garlic: keep in mind that any sweetener (even stevia) that has a bulking agent probably has some carbs when used by the tablespoon or cup.
What ingredients are in your stevia?
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Garlic, most of us do not use granulated Splenda. I use a zero carb liquid version (I prefer the sweetzfree brand), which is only distilled water and sucralose: truly zero carbs.
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Garlic: keep in mind that any sweetener (even stevia) that has a bulking agent probably has some carbs when used by the tablespoon or cup.
What ingredients are in your stevia?

Oh, yeah, I know Stevia has carbs, but at least I only used 1 cup instead of 2 cups.... My stevia is called Stevia in the Raw, whatever that means.

OK, so here is my opinion on the version I made... It is pretty good.... lighter in texture than I would have guessed. I like the taste a lot, but it does have a bit of an aftertaste. I will make it again just so I can finish up the jar of the fake peanut butter, but doubt I would ever make it beyond that.
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which ingredient in the granulated splenda contains carbs? As i checked the ingredients, and they seem very similar to "sugar twin" - although i have the brown sugar, yet the sugar twin box lists 0 carbs per serving, but doesn't mention per 100g etc, so its prob best if i look out for the ingredient which contains the carbs. is it maltodextrin?
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Ok
I found this on their "intheraw" web site:
"In our cup-for-cup Bakers Bag product, each serving (1 teaspoon by volume — 0.5 grams by weight) of Stevia In The Raw® contains less than two calories, which the FDA considers dietetically zero calories per serving."

So: 48 teaspoons in a cup x (let's say) 1.9calories per teaspoon -all from carbs, would be approx: 91.2 calories/22.8g carbs per cup of that stevia product. (all purely a numbers game, it may have 1.8 calories or 1.6 they don't specifically give the exact numbers).
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which ingredient in the granulated splenda contains carbs? As i checked the ingredients, and they seem very similar to "sugar twin" - although i have the brown sugar, yet the sugar twin box lists 0 carbs per serving, but doesn't mention per 100g etc, so its prob best if i look out for the ingredient which contains the carbs. is it maltodextrin?
Almost always yes.
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Wow! The whole thing is gone! My wife said she loved it and I would never have imagined that, and my kids liked it, but would have preferred not having any coconut oil in it.
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I don't eat legumes anymore, but when I would eat peanut butter, I really enjoyed the PB 2 powdered peanut butter. The consistency was great and the taste was too. It's low in carbs and you can make a little or a lot.

Now, I stick with almond or cashew butter. I find that I have to salt the almond butter, but the cashew butter is fine.
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Almost always yes.
thank-you Ntombi, wow, thats an eye opener.... thats nearly half my selected sweeteners lol..and i have atleast 13 different types atm.... damn iv just brought the liquid sweetzfree version you mentioned. looking forward to trying it thanks for the info
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You're very welcome; I hope you like it, it's my go-to sweetener, been buying it for several years. I even carry the little one in my purse for when I need a sweetener away from home. Remember that it's really strong, so go easy at first.
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