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Old 11-11-2009, 03:11 PM   #661
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Old 11-12-2009, 09:30 AM   #662
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1 1/2 cups shredded cabbage, 2 oz.s cooked crumpled ground beef, 1/2 teas. peanut butter. Add cabbage to hot ground beef. Cook until cabbage is slightly wilted. Soy sauce and hot sauce to taste.
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Old 11-12-2009, 10:12 AM   #663
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1 1/2 cups shredded cabbage, 2 oz.s cooked crumpled ground beef, 1/2 teas. peanut butter. Add cabbage to hot ground beef. Cook until cabbage is slightly wilted. Soy sauce and hot sauce to taste.
Sounds yummy but I would increase it since I cooke 1 lb of burger at a time. So, I would quadruple everything.
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Old 11-16-2009, 04:21 PM   #664
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Fruity Fluff

16oz cot cheese
1 tub SF cool whip
1 3oz pkg sf orange jello mix (or any flavor)

Mix cot cheese and SF jello mix, fold in cool whip.

Hide in back of fridge because you'll want to eat it all...
I usually freeze it in a muffin tin the next day, and eat it like ice cream.
I've never been a fan of cottage cheese. I bought a tub. I only used 1/2 incase I didn't like it. The flavor is good but I can't get past the cottage cheese. Could I use the whipped cream cheese or regular softened cream cheese instead of the cottage? I think I would like this better. I still have 1/2 the container of cool whip left, I'm thinking of mixing the jello mix into it and having a bite of that if I want something sweet. Also, they had peach in the sf jello...can't wait to try it!
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Old 11-16-2009, 04:31 PM   #665
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I still have 1/2 the container of cool whip left, I'm thinking of mixing the jello mix into it and having a bite of that if I want something sweet.
SWEET is the word! I took two tsp bites and it was so sweet. Made me want something salty...Not good! I drank some water!
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Old 11-17-2009, 04:10 AM   #666
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I cannot wait to try this!
This has become a favorite in my house!
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Chicken Spaghetti recipe

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Wondering if I can take my old Chicken Spaghetti recipe and just leave out the spaghetti.

chicken breasts/strips cooked and shredded
can of mexican rotel
velveeta cheese

Could serve over refried beans (or black beans if not doing low low carb).
Also thought about adding in some artichokes.


They have low carb noodles on the Atkins website that are really good! Would put this in the place of reg noodles.
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Old 01-05-2010, 07:50 AM   #668
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I make that cottage cheese fluff using real whipped cream instead of Cool whip. I can control the sweetness that way (though I like sweet so it isn't an issue). I also add yogurt (LC from Krogers)if I have any and sometimes fruit . Yummy!
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More then 3 Ingredients but soooo easy.

I can't remember if I've posted this or not.
1/2 bag of coleslaw mix-no dressing
About a cup of sliced bell peppers ( I buy the frozen strips)
1/2 cup of green onions chopped
A couple of Tbls. soy sauce
1 tsp peanut butter
Rooster sauce
What every leftover meat you have

Saute the onions and peppers for about a minute, add the coleslaw mix,
add the soy sauce, peanut butter,rooster sauce, and leftover meat.
Yum!
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Orange Chicken

4-5 chicken breasts
1 can diet orange soda
1/3 cup soy sauce

Combine chicken, soda and soy in gallon freezer bag. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Basted it every now and then while it is cooking. I have also made this in the crock pot it has wonderful flavor.
I made this last night and was thrilled with it. I fried it and cooked the leftover juices so I had some "gravy". My hubby poured his over rice I just ate it plan. Next time I'm going to add some garlic, onions, and peppers when I cook it.
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Orange Chicken

4-5 chicken breasts
1 can diet orange soda
1/3 cup soy sauce

Combine chicken, soda and soy in gallon freezer bag. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Basted it every now and then while it is cooking. I have also made this in the crock pot it has wonderful flavor.
I made this last night and was thrilled with it. I fried it and cooked the leftover juices so I had some "gravy". My hubby poured his over rice I just ate it plan. Next time I'm going to add some garlic, onions, and peppers when I cook it.
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Orange Chicken

4-5 chicken breasts
1 can diet orange soda
1/3 cup soy sauce

Combine chicken, soda and soy in gallon freezer bag. Refrigerate overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 to 1 1/2 hours. Basted it every now and then while it is cooking. I have also made this in the crock pot it has wonderful flavor.
I made this last night and was thrilled with it. I fried it and cooked the leftover juices so I had some "gravy". My hubby poured his over rice I just ate it plan. Next time I'm going to add some garlic, onions, and peppers when I cook it.
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You must've been really "thrilled" with it....in triplicate....

LOL--I like that recipe too...
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Orange and soy sauce? What kind of flavor?
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More then 3 Ingredients but soooo easy.

I can't remember if I've posted this or not.
1/2 bag of coleslaw mix-no dressing
About a cup of sliced bell peppers ( I buy the frozen strips)
1/2 cup of green onions chopped
A couple of Tbls. soy sauce
1 tsp peanut butter
Rooster sauce
What every leftover meat you have

Saute the onions and peppers for about a minute, add the coleslaw mix,
add the soy sauce, peanut butter,rooster sauce, and leftover meat.
Yum!
I give what is Rooster sauce????
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Old 01-06-2010, 02:03 PM   #676
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Rooster sauce is an asian hot sauce - Sriracha. It has a picture of a rooster on the label.
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I just made a sweet treat similar to the cottage cheese jello recipe. A few more carbs, but still good. I didn't add any whipped cream or Cool whip, only cream to moisten a bit. I used butterscotch pudding.

16 oz of cottage cheese
1 pkg of SF pudding mix
a few splashes of HWC
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Mexican Chicken!!

Ingredients:
Boneless Chicken Breasts
Grated Parm Cheese for "breading"
1 Jar Salsa
Shredded Cheese, any kind

Cooking Method:
"Bread" the chicken with grated parm cheese.
Fry in a little olive oil until done.
Add a jar of salsa.
Continue on low heat until salsa is hot.
Add a handful of shredded cheese, any kind you like.
Turn off heat, put cover on pan and let sit until cheese is melted.

Enjoy!!!
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Old 01-11-2010, 09:36 AM   #679
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This is delish!

Portabello mushrooms
hot italian sausage
cream cheese

brown sausage, add cream cheese and mix until combined. Fill portabello caps and put in oven 350 degrees

Add any spices you like to the filling, I like garlic, pepper, soy sauce. I also like to bake 10 minutes and top with mozzerella or provolone and cook another 10. All this adds a few more ingredients though.

It is very yummy!

I tried this and it was very yummy. Thanks for this thread everyone...it has given me the gumption to get back on track.

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Chicken breast...boneless skinless any number
cover the chicken breasts in powedered Taco Mix
Cook @ 350 until about 10 minutes before done
Add 2 Tblspoons sour cream to each chicken breast
Cover all in salsa. finish cooking.
oboyoboy...easy and good.
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Old 01-21-2010, 09:28 PM   #681
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Creamy cabbage

I did this in my pressure cooker but I am sure you can slow cook it or put it on the stove.

1 Large head of cabbage
1 can cream of chix mushroom soup
1/2c chix broth


I cut up the cabbage and put in the PC. Topped with soup and broth. The pressure cooker only took 3mins to finish.

I also added a little onion, pepper and minced garlic before closing.

This is the first time I did this, but it came out YUMMY!!
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Creamy Cabbage

I'm going to have to try this... love cabbage & couldn't live without my pressure cooker!!!
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Old 01-21-2010, 10:51 PM   #683
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For supper tonight we had sweet potatoes and chicken.

2 Sweet potatoes
4 Chicken breasts
2 cans cream soup (could probably find something lower carb to sub in for this)

Seasonings of your choice (or none, so it doesn't really count)

I took two sweet potatoes and cut them in half. Laid them in a casserole cut side down, and seasoned. Covered those with thawed chicken breast, also seasoned. Poured cream of chicken soup over them, then baked at 375° for about an hour. The chicken was perfect, but the potatoes could have been softer. I may parboil them next time.
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Ground Beef Hash

1 lb Ground Beef (or ground turkey, chicken, pork, etc)
3-3 Medium turnips, diced as small as you want
Seasonings (I used 1 tsp Worchestershire Sauce and 1/4-1/2 tsp garlic powder)

Microwave diced turnips for about 2 minutes. (you want them soft, not mushy)
While turnips are in the microwave, Brown ground meat. Remove from pan with slotted spoon and reserve.
Add soft turnips to pan drippings and brown. When browned, return meat to the pan and stir to combine.
Add seasonings to taste.

This would be good for breakfast with an egg or two.
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great snack

1/2 cup cottage cheese
Lime Davinci's to taste
pinch of splenda

90 cals - 4 carbs OMG YUM!!!
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1/2 cup cottage cheese
Lime Davinci's to taste
pinch of splenda

90 cals - 4 carbs OMG YUM!!!
Yep, similar to what I do: cottage cheese, cinnamon, AS
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Everything looks great! Thanks for all of the ideas!!!
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I made this last weekend, easy and tasty!

Orange Chicken

chicken thighs
Heinz One Carb B-Q Sauce
S. F. Orange Marmalade
soy sauce

Put the thighs in crock pot, mix the B-Q sauce, marmalade and soy sauce together and pour over thighs. Cook 6-8 Hours on low, 3-4 Hours on high.

I didn't put amounts because you can adjust this to whatever size you want.
Also, you can sprinkle some garlic powder, salt and pepper and any other spices on the thighs when you put them in the pot. You can thicken the juices by cooking down or adding some guar or xanthan after removing the thighs. I served them with steamed broccoli and devilled eggs - yummy!
I see now that the Heinz bbq sauce is discontinued, so do you still make this? If so, what kind of bbq sauce do you use? Thanks
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I love love love this thread, because I'm all about simple and all about easy, and generally speaking the fewer the ingredients the better.

The problem with this thread is that it's getting impossibly long and very difficult to find something *I thought* I might want to try but can't remember what page it was on, and I don't have time to search through 23 pages to find it...which would totally negate the simple easy thing.

I have an idea...but I surely don't want to impose or overstep here...but I am willing to organize all of these recipes by main ingredient condensed down to one page and post them on my site. It would be super easy to find any recipe, and it would only include the ones with (3) ingredients?? I don't know, what do ya'll think? It would benefit all of us, and I'm not selling anything on my site, it would really just be for all us who are about the few ingredients quick low carb meals.

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I love love love this thread, because I'm all about simple and all about easy, and generally speaking the fewer the ingredients the better.

The problem with this thread is that it's getting impossibly long and very difficult to find something *I thought* I might want to try but can't remember what page it was on, and I don't have time to search through 23 pages to find it...which would totally negate the simple easy thing.

I have an idea...but I surely don't want to impose or overstep here...but I am willing to organize all of these recipes by main ingredient condensed down to one page and post them on my site. It would be super easy to find any recipe, and it would only include the ones with (3) ingredients?? I don't know, what do ya'll think? It would benefit all of us, and I'm not selling anything on my site, it would really just be for all us who are about the few ingredients quick low carb meals.

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