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Old 06-21-2010, 09:49 PM   #781
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Old 06-24-2010, 07:08 AM   #782
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Enjoy. I've been out for a few days, sorry for the slow response. I love all the sharing on this website.
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Old 06-27-2010, 08:00 AM   #784
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I've added the 3 new 3 ingredient recipes that have been posted. There's 2 new chicken recipes and one in the dessert section. Since the link of the compilation is back a page; I keep adding it to the current page so that people who don't know about it won't have to try to look through 27 pages.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
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Thank you bmbshl for the whittling of the posts to just the recipes!!! I have dial up and boy, can it take a while to wade through all those pages!!!!! THANKS!!!! Found some really awesome recipes to try!!!! dianne
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wow--thanks so much for these recipes!!!
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Old 07-10-2010, 12:00 PM   #787
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I know it was YEARS ago, but I would lke to thank the OP for starting this thread!!! It has literally saved mine and my husbands life! Without it, we could never have eaten as well as we are eating LC now! We are on a limited budget, so 3 ingredient recipes are truly a lifesaver!! Thank You!

AND, thank you to all of you that have posted your recipes here!! This thread would be nothing without you!!!
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I've added the 3 new 3 ingredient recipes that have been posted. There's 2 new chicken recipes and one in the dessert section. Since the link of the compilation is back a page; I keep adding it to the current page so that people who don't know about it won't have to try to look through 27 pages.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
Oh WOW! Tiffany!! Your site is amazing!! I didn't know it existed!! WOW!! I am so excited about it and for you!!
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Old 07-12-2010, 12:15 PM   #789
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I've added the 3 new 3 ingredient recipes that have been posted. There's 2 new chicken recipes and one in the dessert section. Since the link of the compilation is back a page; I keep adding it to the current page so that people who don't know about it won't have to try to look through 27 pages.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
WOW! Thank you!:notwrth y:

I need to get myself to BJ's and buy some chicken breasts, pronto!
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I'm going to try some of these recipes. They sound so yummy.
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Old 07-13-2010, 07:28 AM   #792
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Stuffed Mushrooms

Scoop out mushrooms enough to stuff. Fill with a mixture of cream cheese and jarred bacon. Bake until mushrooms are soft and cheese has browned a bit.
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Thanks Brandy and everyone! I was happy to consolidate them for all of us to use, after all I love the three ingredient recipes too!

I'm making this one tonight from the 3 ingredient chicken page. Simple Chicken Recipes, Easy Chicken Recipes I can't wait to try it!

Delish Chicken

* skinless boneless chicken breasts (sliced work best for this)
* sauerkraut (no sugar added)
* low carb thousand island dressing
* swiss cheese (thinly sliced or shredded)

Place breasts in an oven pan to cover the bottom. Cover with about 1" of sauerkraut, then fully cover all sauerkraut with thousand island dressing.

Cover completely with foil (sealing to the pan). Bake at 350 until breasts are done (usually about 25-30 minutes).

Remove from oven, add cheese to top, replace foil let sit for 5 min (I leave mine on the top of the stove, but I guess you could put it in the turned off oven) and when cheese is melted it's ready to serve.
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I have the Delish Chicken marked to try as well.

When it says that sliced chicken breasts work best, can we use chicken tenders instead?

Tiffany - THANKS again for putting this all together for us!!!
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Those mushrooms sound very delish and so easy. Thanks!!
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Those mushrooms sound very delish and so easy. Thanks!!
They're really good. I first had them at my Aunt's house. She didn't have any idea they were low carb. Very easy too!
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Old 07-13-2010, 09:10 PM   #797
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I have the Delish Chicken marked to try as well.

When it says that sliced chicken breasts work best, can we use chicken tenders instead?

Tiffany - THANKS again for putting this all together for us!!!

I used whole breasts, and cooked it 45 minutes instead. I'm thinking smaller pieces would be better, because although the top of my chicken was tasty, the underside was bland. So tenders would be better than breasts. Next time I'll salt and pepper my chicken prior to cooking too. I'll add a picture that I took as well.

And the new mushroom recipe...I'll get it up there this week. Yum.
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Old 07-14-2010, 05:46 AM   #798
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I used whole breasts, and cooked it 45 minutes instead. I'm thinking smaller pieces would be better, because although the top of my chicken was tasty, the underside was bland. So tenders would be better than breasts. Next time I'll salt and pepper my chicken prior to cooking too. I'll add a picture that I took as well.

And the new mushroom recipe...I'll get it up there this week. Yum.
Chicken tenders work fine. I usually flatten my chicken breast whenever I bake them (old habit). Should have included that in the recipie.
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I think there was a recipe on this thread that had portobello mushrooms, cream cheese and Italian sausage. Cook in oven for 20 minutes @ 350*. I use that once a week. It is delish...I can't wait to try the mushrooms and bacon bits.
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Chicken tenders work fine. I usually flatten my chicken breast whenever I bake them (old habit). Should have included that in the recipie.
I'll add it in! Let me tell you gals/guys - this was even better leftover!!! I guess that the underside of the chicken breasts had time to "soak" up the juice, and it was really fantastic for lunch today. Thanks Qsmum for a great recipe - I'll certainly be making it again!

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I know I submitted the recipie, but your picture motivates me to make this tonight! Yummm
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I know I submitted the recipie, but your picture motivates me to make this tonight! Yummm
I finished the last of mine yesterday...good to the last bite!
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Thank you again for organizing all these recipes.
They are easier to look up.
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Cabbage
Rotel tomatoes
spicy sausage= heaven!
Cook in pot, until cabbage is soft.
I saw this recipe somewhere on this site
If it is too spicy, add sour cream!
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Old 08-18-2010, 05:49 AM   #809
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Made the Delish Chicken (the reuben-y one) last night and added mushrooms, onion, and spicy mustard (stuff I like on reubens). At first I thought the Thousand Island would be a but much, but it thinned out and mixed with the other veggie/kraut juices. Good stuff! Also took me way longer than 30min to cook since the pan was packed with stuff
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These are great! Thanks for the ideas!
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