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Old 01-10-2009, 08:40 AM   #121
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tried it with vegan chicken soup today..OMG..It was hideous!! I havent got the nack to the egg dropping..it all went wrong!!
if its vegan then its deff not chicken! lol
why would anyone buy vegan chicken? then add an egg? im sooooooo confused.. why not just use regular chicken broth?
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Old 01-10-2009, 08:57 AM   #122
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[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Cool, however I just realized I dont have enuf time to make it!! Too much time on here! [/COLOR]
Hey gal, it takes 5 minutes!
Bring the soup to a boil, add the eggs, stir for 30 seconds, remove from heat, stir for 30 more seconds, stir in any add-ins. EAT!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-10-2009, 09:12 AM   #123
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Hey gal, it takes 5 minutes!
Bring the soup to a boil, add the eggs, stir for 30 seconds, remove from heat, stir for 30 more seconds, stir in any add-ins. EAT!!!!!!!!
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]LOL....ok I may be able to squeeze it in! I'll blame being late(if I am) on the road conditions! We are having freezing rain here right now.[/COLOR]
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Old 01-10-2009, 12:52 PM   #124
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SPINACH BREAD
frozen chopped spinach

OK i forgot to buy frozen but i have a huge bag of fresh,

think it can be done if i just steam the spinach first?
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Old 01-10-2009, 12:53 PM   #125
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Old 01-13-2009, 12:28 PM   #126
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Scotch Eggs....

[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Are they better hot or cold? I have a batch in the oven right now![/COLOR]
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Old 01-13-2009, 02:18 PM   #127
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I like Scotch eggs both ways.
They are a good finger food and out the door breakfast in the morning!

Here's a pic of my last attempt.



I have always fried mine. How long did you bake these for?
That would sure be less messy.
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Old 01-13-2009, 03:24 PM   #128
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They look good nosugar,



Oh boy i need to probly cut down on my sausage,mine had triple the amount of sausage on them
They were so big i had to bake them
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Old 01-13-2009, 03:35 PM   #129
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Old 01-13-2009, 05:00 PM   #130
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BAKED COTTAGE CHEESE

1 cup cottage cheese (full fat)
1 egg
1 pkt Truvia (erythritol/stevia blend)
1/4 teaspoon vanilla

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend together well. Spray a baking dish (doesn't take a very large one) with Pam and then pour blended ingredients into baking dish. Bake until set to desired consistency and browned around the edges. (approximately 15 - 20 minutes @ 350)
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Old 01-15-2009, 06:09 PM   #131
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Old 01-16-2009, 03:45 AM   #132
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if its vegan then its deff not chicken! lol
why would anyone buy vegan chicken? then add an egg? im sooooooo confused.. why not just use regular chicken broth?
veggie of 12..nearly 13 years!

Been vegan for the past year, its bizarre eating eggs again. Eating meat isnt an options for me, took me 6 months to work upto eating an egg again!!

My dropping is awful..ha!

Going to try doing some muffins next week..will report back
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Old 01-16-2009, 09:17 AM   #133
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marking a spot and drooling!
good thing I just had steak and eggs for dinner or I'd be back in the kitchen!!
I'm intrigued by this chocolate egg...I may have to have one later.
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Old 01-17-2009, 07:18 AM   #135
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Healthy Indulgences Low Carb Low Fat Icecream

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Protein Packed Low Carb Ice Cream

Makes two servings

Ingredients:
Lemon Variation:
1 cup of cottage cheese (check for lowest sodium content)
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon lemon extract
4 tablespoons sugar-free sweetener--
For ALL NATURAL sugar-free sweetening, use both of the following:
-3 tablespoons erythritol
-1/8 teaspoon pure stevia extract

Preparation:
Combine ingredients in a food processor or magic bullet. Puree until smooth and free of lumps, scraping down the food processor a few times. Freeze according to your ice cream manufacturer's directions. Store in a tupperware container in your freezer and consume immediately, or within two hours of making your ice cream. It turns into an icy rock beyond that point (unless you add a tablespoon or two of vegetable glycerin). You can always pop the container in the microwave for a few seconds to defrost.
Cottage cheese is high in protein and low in carbs ( who knew) [COLOR="DarkOrange"]Did I say that last time?[/COLOR]
There's also a chocolate version, check out the site.
Of course you could use full fat cottage cheese also to make it more fat friendly.
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oo this looks really good.. I eat lots of cottage cheese so sounds like a good idea!! Thanks!
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Old 01-20-2009, 06:21 PM   #138
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Cheeseburger Egg Popovers

1 pkg of ground meat - I use turkey, cooked and seasoned with Season All Salt
7 whole eggs
7 egg whites
1 cup cheddar cheese
Could add onions or Onion powder

Whisk eggs add additional ingrediants whisk a little more. Line muffin tin with foil cups spray well with cooking spray. Ladel in egg mixture and cook on 350 for about 10 minutes (I think) until fork insterted comes out clean. Cool. Made 24 I keep in ziploc in the refridgerator an reheat as needed.

1 popover (according to ******) if make 24
Calories 102
Fat 6 g
Carbs .4 g
Protein 10.6 g

I have also lessened this mixture and added different things. You really can't mess this up. Enjoy

spinach, bacon, and swiss cheese Yumm
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I like Scotch eggs both ways.
They are a good finger food and out the door breakfast in the morning!

Here's a pic of my last attempt.



I have always fried mine. How long did you bake these for?
That would sure be less messy.
these look soooo good!
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Great, I'm looking for some easy recipe that uses six eggs. I knocked the egg carton down and cracked 6 eggs. I wasn't planning to cook, but I guess I'm in for in now.
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Old 01-22-2009, 12:23 PM   #141
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Great, I'm looking for some easy recipe that uses six eggs. I knocked the egg carton down and cracked 6 eggs. I wasn't planning to cook, but I guess I'm in for in now.

quiche

bake it in muffin tins,then you can put them in baggies to go.!
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Feta and Spinach crustless quiche

Okay so usually I use a pie dish for this sort of thing..tried out my springform..worked pretty well!

I pretty much eyeballed..but here is brief instructions.

1.Saute off some spinach with garlic and paprika ( Use butter or olive oil..plenty of it)


2. Place into a lined spring form pan or pie dish


3. Mix up egg mixture, I used 8 small eggs-- equal amounts liquid with lacto-free milk/nutmilk/soy milk..whatever you want to use.


4. Pour on top of spinach, top with crumbled up feta cheese


5. Into a pre-heated oven at 150 , increase to 180 after 10 minutes. Mine took 50 minutes, I kept checking on it. When the knife comes out clean its ready!


6. Leave to cool, serve and enjoy!

Piccies! mmm it was so smooth and silky inside..amazing!
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Yum! Sounds and looks great! Kinda like a spinach pie minus the phyllo dough.
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Okay so usually I use a pie dish for this sort of thing..tried out my springform..worked pretty well!

I pretty much eyeballed..but here is brief instructions.

1.Saute off some spinach with garlic and paprika ( Use butter or olive oil..plenty of it)


2. Place into a lined spring form pan or pie dish


3. Mix up egg mixture, I used 8 small eggs-- equal amounts liquid with lacto-free milk/nutmilk/soy milk..whatever you want to use.


4. Pour on top of spinach, top with crumbled up feta cheese


5. Into a pre-heated oven at 150 , increase to 180 after 10 minutes. Mine took 50 minutes, I kept checking on it. When the knife comes out clean its ready!


6. Leave to cool, serve and enjoy!

Piccies! mmm it was so smooth and silky inside..amazing!
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I have been on the M/E the past 3 days,and have been eating the egg drop soup(delicious) and some type of meat and eggs the rest of the time, and oh ya, the choc eggs (love them).. any way i made the chicken tenders wrapped in bacon for lunch today, and that was a nice change. I took tenders and cut them in 3 pieces and a piece of bacon cut in 3 i seasoned the tenders and wrapped bacon around the tender and stuck with a tooth pick. backed 350 for about 10-15 min, or till bacon is crisped and chix is done. i dunked these in a little low carb catsup, really tasty. don't know about having catsup on the M/E, but did anyway. i'm sure BBQ sauce would have been better. You probably could put a little BBQ sauce over them while they are baking, probably towards the end of baking
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Old 01-27-2009, 10:26 AM   #145
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[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Are they better hot or cold? I have a batch in the oven right now![/COLOR]
Recipe please, Thanks
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Old 01-27-2009, 01:59 PM   #146
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Old 01-27-2009, 07:43 PM   #147
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Scotch eggs

Did anyone else realize that the Scotch eggs recipe states it is 7 carbs per serving???

I don't know what kind of sausage anyone else is using, but mine has 0 carbs and eggs are only .4 each egg...

I am baffled how it can be 7 gms
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Old 01-27-2009, 07:48 PM   #148
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idk either. my sausage is 0 carb. some add some chopped japs or chiles to the meat...tonight i rolled them in parmesan cheese and then baked them. still, not many carbs there tho.
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idk either. my sausage is 0 carb. some add some chopped japs or chiles to the meat...tonight i rolled them in parmesan cheese and then baked them. still, not many carbs there tho.
Yah WB , you are still waaay under the supposed 7 carbs per serving!
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What recipe says 7 per serving? The one I'm looking at says 7 for total recipe.
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