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Old 09-22-2006, 08:05 PM   #61
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COOL!!

I can't wait to see more!!!

Although, if you aren't careful.... you and your taste-testers and entire neighborhood are going to be overdosed on mousse!!
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Old 09-22-2006, 09:09 PM   #62
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Thats why I decided to keep it to 1 a day.....
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:54 AM   #63
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Good Morning--I just had to have that gadget after seeing all your pictures. It should arrive Monday--can't wait. I'm pretty sure I ordered the same one you have. If you keep adding new recipes, my 24 chargers won't last long. My order from Netrition with the Almond Breeze should arrive about the same time. I'm really looking forward to this!!!
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Old 09-23-2006, 08:24 AM   #64
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I found the best prices for whippers from creamright. Gonna order a 1/2 pint red one for my experiments! I aciidently chewed up my nozzle in the garbage disposal last year. I called the company and they sent a replacemnt absolutely free!!
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Old 09-23-2006, 12:42 PM   #65
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[QUOTE=Kevinpa;7504268]Here is a little twist I tried just to see what it would turn out like.

I took round 2's Chocolate Almond Breeze/peanut butter and shot some in a bowl and put it in the freezer for about 5 hours. (because I forgot about it.... )
When I went back to get it, what I found was what I will discribe as a chocolate peanut butter Resse's Fudgesicle®.


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Major epiphany here, with combining 2 Kevin recipes.

First squirt out a recipe of this recipe and freeze it on waxed paper or parchment--only place a popcicle stick in each mound. . .

Then DIP the frozen button/lollipop/blob on a stick into Kevin's chocolate recipe with parrafin wax. . .posted several days back or a week. Okay, here it is, all thanks to Kevin:

1 oz paraffin wax
2 oz unsweetened nestles chocolate(i used the pre-melted kind)
(1 cup equivilent) liquid splenda
3/4 cup chocolate Designer Whey Powder
1 t. vanilla
1 stick butter(softened)
chopped pecans (optional)

In a mixing bowl combine butter, chocolate, Designer Whey Powder, vanilla, and sweetener and set aside till wax is melted.

In a double boiler melt wax till in a liquid form.

Wisk in chocolate mixture till well combined and remove from heat.



Then sprinkle on nuts/nuttlet cereal, coconut. . .

Okay, I don't have one of these dodaddy's (cream whippers) yet, but maybe some of you can start the tweaking out there.

I can see:

Chocolate dipped p-nut butter bars
chocolate dipped cheesecake bars
banana flavored--pudding used here?
chocolate dipped cherry bars--if jello works as a stabilizer. . .
chocolate dipped coconut

And I'm not even fantacising yet!!!!


Then you could refreeze to harden them after dipping, then vacuum seal them in the Foodsaver. . .

The Dear Grandkids would think me a genius if this works. . .
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:41 PM   #66
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OH LORDY what a GREAT idea!!

I gotta find me some unsweetened chocolate Breeze...I can only find the vanilla here so far....

But maybe I could do just vanilla/PB....hmmmm.......DH will go ape if I can make this work!
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Old 09-23-2006, 01:48 PM   #67
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You go, Char!

Despite my money diet, I just ordered one of these babies with lots of extra cartridges. . .

I'm hoping you guys have the kinks out by the 28th when mine comes in!

We inherited the cutest little Swann's freezer for ice cream novelties (from a store). . .and I figured on stocking it for the grandkids--HOW COOL if I can make 'em, and make 'em healthy, at least by my standards!!!!!
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Old 09-23-2006, 02:02 PM   #68
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now I have to go try and find what I did with the frozen treat molds to make room in my kitchen.
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Old 09-23-2006, 02:07 PM   #69
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While you are at it, Kevin, try making a button/lollipop/blob about 3" diameter!

No, you just do what you always do. . .create!

I haven't been this excited in ages!
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Old 09-23-2006, 02:15 PM   #70
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Realized its a buried memory of a Dove Bar that makes me want those round puppies!
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Old 09-23-2006, 02:59 PM   #71
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magnamater ~ Those are AWESOME ideas!! Thank you for planting those seeds in my brain today. You have me drooling just imagining.....
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Old 09-23-2006, 06:36 PM   #72
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Cant wait to hear how things turn out tomorrow.....
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Old 09-24-2006, 04:21 PM   #73
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I made a yummy treat today- 1 envelope Carb Counters Chocolate Mousse mix, 1/2 cup vanilla Almond Breeze, 1 cup heavy cream-mix add to canister, charge-shot directly into mouth!!! Lol!
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Old 09-26-2006, 12:25 PM   #74
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Anybody with frozen treats yet????

I don't have a "machine" yet. . .
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I have to make a netrition order before I can make them..... I used up all my almond breeze. My coconut cream will be here tomorrow though....i have been waiting for that.
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Old 09-26-2006, 01:05 PM   #76
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Coconut is high on my list too!

Amazingly I didn't eat it as a child, but it is a fav. now.
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Old 09-26-2006, 01:07 PM   #77
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Someone said Charski's Pumpkin Butter with Whipped Cream was good.

Bet it would work in this machine too!

The poster used it to frost a cake. . .oh yum. .

Here it is: (currently at the bottom)

Charski's pumpkin butter thread??
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I am a happy person. My 1 pint iSi whipper just arrived. Could not wait long enough to look up a recipe so I just made some whipped cream w/almond flavoring. It works grreat, tastes great. Can't wait to experiment some and try other recipes. Got to use up the cup of cream I just put in first. Wonder if freezing rosettes would work? Will have to try that.
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Yes, freezing rosettes works great! Pipe them onto waxed paper on a sheet pan, freeze til solid, then pop them off and into a Ziploc (but you gotta work pretty fast or they start to melt!)

They're great frozen or just pop one on top of a cup of cocoa or whatever you're needing whipped cream on - heck sliced berries are great with a blop of that frozen goodness on top!
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Thanks Charski, now i can do that and free up the whipper for more good stuff.
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Anybody with frozen treats yet????

I don't have a "machine" yet. . .

Here is my Peanutbutter chocolate almond coconut cream frozen treats.

The trick is now to dip them in chocolate without melting them.......

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You know that chocolate syrup for icecream, that is liquid in the bottle, but instantly freezes into hard chocolate, like a "shell" around an icecream cone top, when it touches the cold icecream?
Maybe you could look at the ingredients in that, and then reverse engineer it into a LC version?
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There is a chocolate cover thing in the coconut oil sticky. I used it and it was liquid at room temperature, but hardens nicely when in the fridge. Chocolate bark, maybe? Not sure...
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Here is my Peanutbutter chocolate almond coconut cream frozen treats.

The trick is now to dip them in chocolate without melting them.......

Am I losing it?? I didn't find your recipe for this one, I'm making a file of recipes. . .as. . .ta da. . .my whipper arrived. . .(only I'm in the middle of a painting the walls project, and can't play yet)
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Am I losing it?? I didn't find your recipe for this one, I'm making a file of recipes. . .as. . .ta da. . .my whipper arrived. . .(only I'm in the middle of a painting the walls project, and can't play yet)
It was hiding in another thread.......

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/sh...52#post7530152
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Old 12-07-2006, 04:07 PM   #87
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Bumping this up hoping there is some new experimenting for the holidays. I hope I hope I hope!
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I made an interesting discovery this evening. I had opened a can of coconut milk yesterday and did not use it so I put it in a jar and refridgerated it. This particular coconut milk had 10 g total fat and 6 g saturated fat in it.

When I looked at it this evening in the jar it looked very thick so I decided to try it in my whipper.

The following are the results. I thought it turned out just as sturdy as whipping cream even though the fat content in whipping cream is 3 times as high.



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search for espumas or foam recipes

Use your whipped coconut milk to top a pina colada!
http://hungryinhogtown.typepad.com/h...g_at_the_.html

Other ideas for using the whipper:
http://www.isinorthamerica.com/recipe/rc_gw.shtml
http://www.zaccardis.com/liss-cream-...r-recipes.html
http://www.prairiemoon.biz/isispicytreats.html

use a sub for the potato:
http://zarzamora.blogspot.com/2005/0...about-his.html
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Bumping up an old thread. I know quite a few of us own some kind of whipper and I was going to start a recipe thread but came across this one. Maybe we can get this going again with some more ideas!

I have an ISI Whipper that I got way cheap on Clearance at Harry & David plus 4 boxes of chargers that were only around $2 each! I have only made plain whipped cream (with a little vanilla extract added) but would love to try other things.
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