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Old 07-12-2013, 05:41 PM   #961
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Ham steak
Avocado
Cheddar

Fry Ham steak until it starts to brown, slice avocado and place on top of ham steak while it is still in frying pan. Cover in shredded cheese, and put lid on to melt cheese. Very tasty, even works as a good breakfast! Add some salsa or ranch for added flavor.
Man, oh, man, that sounds easy and delish!
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Tasty Shrimp
(technically 4 ingredients, but who counts butter?)



Raw Shrimp (about a pound or a bit more)
1 packet dried italian dressing mix
1 Lemon sliced
1 stick Butter


Preheat oven to 350. Melt butter and cover bottom of baking dish. Layer lemon slices on top of butter. Using THAWED shrimp layer on top of butter. Sprinkle with italian seasoning. Bake for 15 - 20 minutes.

Someone told me this would be the best shrimp I ever had. They were very close! It is super easy and super delish. AND super low carb.

Shrimp - approx 4 carbs
Lemon - approx 4 carbs, and thats IF you eat the lemon slices (which I did have a couple)
Butter - 0 carbs
Seasoning - depending on which you buy, the one I used was 8 total for the whole packet)

TOTAL CARBS = 12 if you don't eat the lemon, 16 if you do. Eaten alone this makes about 3 huge servings. So roughly 4-5 carbs each. If eaten with a side salad or some other veggies it could easily be 5 servings and only about 3 or less each.
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Tasty Shrimp
(technically 4 ingredients, but who counts butter?)



Raw Shrimp (about a pound or a bit more)
1 packet dried italian dressing mix
1 Lemon sliced
1 stick Butter


Preheat oven to 350. Melt butter and cover bottom of baking dish. Layer lemon slices on top of butter. Using THAWED shrimp layer on top of butter. Sprinkle with italian seasoning. Bake for 15 - 20 minutes.


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Someone told me this would be the best shrimp I ever had. They were very close! It is super easy and super delish. AND super low carb. AND you could experiment with other seasonings OF COURSE! Like try a ranch packet, or a homemade blend of your own!

Shrimp - approx 4 carbs
Lemon - approx 4 carbs, and thats IF you eat the lemon slices (which I did have a couple)
Butter - 0 carbs
Seasoning - depending on which you buy (the one I used was 8 total for the whole packet)

CARBS FOR ENTIRE RECIPE = 12 if you don't eat the lemon, 16 if you do. Eaten alone this makes about 3 huge servings. So roughly 4-5 carbs each. If eaten with a side salad or some other veggies it could easily be 5 servings and only about 3 or less each.
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Orange Sherbet - Or any flavor!

2-3 ice cubes
1/2 c. cream
1/2 packet of powdered SF drink mix (for bottled waters) - I used Orange Crush

I put all this in my Magic Bullet and voila! It whips up thick and creamy and tastes just like orange sherbet. You may have to add a little water to thin it enough to keep things blending.The flavor is up to you - just use the drink packet you prefer.
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Oh My God ,I have got to try that suebrina thanks for the post
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sadly I keep thinking booze lol. strawberries, vodka and ice OH MY!!!
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Old 08-09-2013, 06:06 AM   #967
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I hope this shows the pic? First try at posting an image
Bacon wrapped apple pork loin.
Apples are sliced thin and placed on top of pork loin then one intire package of bacon is wraped around it all. Hubby ate the apples.
Soooooo good!!
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Old 08-09-2013, 09:22 AM   #968
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Buttoni, I like the updated and current pic. Looks good.
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OMG, NoSun, does that ever look good! Certainly no problem posting that picture. Feel free to post pics anytime!
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Old 08-18-2013, 11:35 AM   #970
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Looks delicious, NoSun.

@ Vicki. Thanks. The new pic was taken summer before last, at 170#. I'm only at 165# now, so I haven't bothered to post a new one......prolly won't until I reach goal weight 150#.

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Crockpot chicken legs!
Large package legs * two are missing in the image * one can of chicken broth and one package of liption onion soup mix!

Placed in crock pot at 9pm on low last night, woke up to wonderful smelling cooked chicken falling off the bone but still able to keep intact when I picked up the legs with tongs. Best breakfast ever and the broth is to die for! Yummo!! Easy and simple.
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Crockpot chicken legs!
Large package legs * two are missing in the image * one can of chicken broth and one package of liption onion soup mix!

Placed in crock pot at 9pm on low last night, woke up to wonderful smelling cooked chicken falling off the bone but still able to keep intact when I picked up the legs with tongs. Best breakfast ever and the broth is to die for! Yummo!! Easy and simple.
That looks wonderful. Is the chicken whole leg pieces, the drum and thigh or just the drumstick?
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Just the drum stick I have seen bigger ones and tiny ones. These are good size but nothing extra. Just the drum.

I cannot tell you how amazing these are and CHEAP! to make.
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Would you guess it was about 8 hours on low? Looks really really good.
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2-3 ice cubes
1/2 c. cream
1/2 packet of powdered SF drink mix (for bottled waters) - I used Orange Crush

I put all this in my Magic Bullet and voila! It whips up thick and creamy and tastes just like orange sherbet. You may have to add a little water to thin it enough to keep things blending.The flavor is up to you - just use the drink packet you prefer.
I'm going to try this tomorrow!! Thanks!!!
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that sounds delicious, almost like hush puppies or something. Let us know how they taste!
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I like to make what I call BLT Bowl:

bowl of cherry tomatoes, sliced in half
mayo (to taste)
real bacon bits

Combine and enjoy :-)
I have a version of this, but slightly different (4 ingredients instead of 3):

1/2 english cucumber peeled and sliced
grape tomatoes, halved
real bacon bits
Ranch dressing
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For those of you new posters and others who I've seen say, "I haven't made it through the whole thread yet" You don't have to

I compiled the thread here...because I loved the recipes, but it took FOREVER to get through it, and then I couldn't re-find the ones I wanted to look at again.

Low Carb Three Ingredient Recipes, 3 Ingredient Recipes
I think I am officially in love with you!

Thank you so much for going to all the time and trouble to do this. I have been on LCF boards off and on for 10 years. But really never got "serious" about getting healthy until a month ago when diagnosed with diabetes. Because I am disabled (back injury and arthritis) I can't stand for very long at all, so these 3 ingredient foods will make a HUGE DIFFERENCE.... getting them all in one spot and in condensed format is AMAZING!

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OK, so it's actually 4 ingredients but it's as easy as boiling water...

Salsa Soup with Poached Eggs

1 49-ounce can chicken broth
1 1/2 cups tomato salsa
8 large eggs
1 cup shredded Cheddar cheese


Discard fat from 1 can (49 oz.) chicken broth. Combine broth and 1 1/2 cups tomato salsa in a 5- to 6-quart pan. Cover and bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to just below an active boil. Crack 8 large eggs, one at a time; hold each close to soup surface and slip egg into pan. Cover and cook until yolks are as firm as you like, 4 to 5 minutes for slightly soft centers. Ladle 2 eggs into each bowl; fill bowls with soup. Sprinkle 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese equally over portions.

*I used shredded Italian cheese blend.
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Collecting a few of these great ideas.

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Cabbage Alfredo

Thinly sliced cabbage "noodles"
1-2 T Butter

Brown cabbage in butter until tender and crispy. Add 1/4c cream and 1/4 c dry grated parmesan cheese. Salt and pepper to taste.

Ok--4 ingredients but delicious!
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TUNA MUFFINS
1 can tuna drained
3 eggs
2 cups cottage cheese
grated onion for taste
salt and pepper
mix together put in sprayed muffin tins and bake for 30 minutes at 350
Calories 65 Fat 1.9, carb 1.17, prot 10g
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These all sound so good.

I think I will try the 'Tuna' muffins, but substitute Salmon!!

I don't care for Tuna hot from the oven.. But I love salmon patties, this will work great.

Thank you all for sharing!
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Amazing thread - bookmarking to see when there are new entries. My better natured half is wary of my low carb recipes so this gives me some ideas of things to cook and mention nothing.

I'll think of some additions to share tonight.

Some basics:

Spinach sauteed in olive oil
Garlic
Parmesan cheese
Drizzle lemon juice

It's 5 ingredients, but I can eat half a bag of this stuff in a sitting.
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I've gotten a lot of great ideas here! Thanks!

Here's one I make that is really easy and pretty tasty:

1/2 cup Mayonnaise
1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese
4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts or tenders

Combine the mayo and cheese (you can add a little italian seasoning, if you want). Place chicken on a foil lined baking sheet and top with mayo-cheese mixture. Bake at 425 for 20-ish min.
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I think so, happy cricket. I don't buy the dry packages of Hidden Valley ranch dressing, but I've tasted it a long time ago. I think it has some sugar in it maybe? because I always thought it tasted sweet. I add a little granular splenda or Sweet One to the mix.

Here's my basic recipe, as far as I can remember, I can't find the recipe and I'm so disorganized. I can't find the can of dry buttermilk in the fridge either, lol. This is just a mix of different recipes I've seen in different places and I adjusted the seasoning to suit myself.

Dry Ranch dressing
Use whatever amount of dry buttermilk you'd use to equal one cup mixed
1/2 tsp onion powder
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1 tbs dry parsley
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp black pepper
1/4 tsp paprika
1/8 tsp cayennne
1 tsp of splenda
Mix well and store in the fridge. If you want to reconstitue it add the amount of butter milk called for with 1 cup of mayo. Leave the cayenne out if you don't want any heat.
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OK so this technically has 4 ingredients if you count the water but these are so easy and so good. I'm not sure who "Peg" is but I'd thank her if I knew. Tastes like peanut butter swirl ice cream.


Peg's Ice Cream Reese Cup

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Serving Size : 24 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Desserts

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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1 package sugar free chocolate instant pudding
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup ice water
2 tablespoons peanut butter

Fill a mini muffin tin with small paper liners. Mix the pudding mix, heavy cream and ice water. Fill cups 1/2 full and then add 1/4 teaspoon peanut butter. Top with remaining pudding mix. Freeze until solid and then store in ziploc bag. Makes 24.


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Per Serving (excluding unknown items): 42 Calories; 4g Fat (89.8% calories from fat); 1g Protein; 1g Carbohydrate; trace Dietary Fiber; 14mg Cholesterol; 11mg Sodium. Exchanges: 0 Grain(Starch); 0 Lean Meat; 0 Non-Fat Milk; 1 Fat.

NOTES : I don't use the paper liners.
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Sorry if this has already been posted. I didn't look through all 14 pages:

BUFFALO WINGS:
Wings
Frank's Hot Sauce
Melted Butter

Bake wings for an hour at 350, turning over halfway through. Mix equal parts Frank's and butter, and toss wings in the sauce. Add more Franks' if you like them hot.

BLUE CHEESE DIP:

1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup sour cream
1/2 cup blue cheese crumbles.

Whir it with a hand blender.

Use it for crudités, or to dip the above posted buffalo wings.
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Cauli-Meat-Loaf

nuke 1 head / half head of cauliflower
Add butter (amt as u wish), salt, pepper and puree till smooth
Stir fry ground beef / or any other ground meat / sausages, add salt, pepper to season
Mix the above 2 items or layer them, as you wish.
Put into loaf tin
Beat 2 / 3 eggs and pour into meat / cauli mixture
Optional : sprinkle some italian herbs mix / oregano, paprika and the likes....
Optional : Cheddar / mozarella cheese to top

Bake for 30 mins at perhaps 350 degrees celcius.
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Dijon Pork
Pork chops
Enough Dijon to cover both sides
crushed pork skins mixed with equal amount of parm cheese

Cover pork with mustard, roll in breading and fry


Mexicali chicken (sorry 4 ingredients)
chicken breast pounded flat
taco seasoning
jalapeno slices
cheese
Sprinkle pounded chicken with taco seasoning and let chill in the fridge at least a couple of hours. Then brown chicken in skillet or grill pan ( I use cast iron grill pan)
Top with jalapenos (to taste) and cheese ( I like queso blanco) but I've used cheddar jack, pepper jack ( in which case you don't need the jalapenos) Colby and monterey jack
Pop under the broiler until the cheese is melted.

Parm dip ( really good with veggie or pork skins)
1/2 cup mayo
1/4 cup sour cream
2 tbsp. parmesan cheese
1tsp. Italian season
Mix and chill before serving

Flax breakfast cereal
2 tbsp. flax meal
1 tbsp. DaVinci syrup of choice
1tsp. chopped nuts or 1 tsp. seed
Mix together and microwave 1-2 minutes depending on your machine

Sausage and cabbage
Cabbage
smoked sausage
salt & pepper
Chop cabbage, add to large pot add water and cook until just before it's tender season with salt and pepper
chop sausage and add to cabbage, let simmer until sausage is heated through and cabbage is nice and tender but not mushy.

Sausage and sauerkraut
Jar of sauerkraut
smoked sausage
Rinse sauerkraut and add to non stick skillet, cut sausage into serving sized pieces and place on top. Cover and steam until everything is good an hot. This is my favorite I'm too tired to cook dinner...giggle
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I hope I'm not posting duplicates - just a few that I enjoy.

Buffalo Strips

1 bag frozen Boneless/Skinless Chicken Strips (Sam's Club)
Texas Pete Hot Sauce
Melted Butter

Bake chicken strips until cooked through.

Put chicken, hot sauce & melted butter into a bowl with a lid that seals and shake, shake, shake! Then if you want you can grill them to make them a bit crispy - I skip this step in the winter.

Serve with bleu cheese dipping sauce & a green veggie.

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Easiest Egg Salad

12 Eggs - Boiled & Diced
Heavy Mayo
Pepper

Mix & serve. I eat it right from the bowl, others may want to add it to lettuce or LC bread.

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Easiest Deviled Eggs

12 Eggs - Boiled & Sliced in Half
Heavy Mayo
Pepper

Mix egg yolks, mayo & pepper. Pipe into egg white halves. Top with paprika & baby shrimps.

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Quiche

4 eggs
1-1/2 C heavy cream
2 C shredded cheese

Grease the bottom of baking dish with butter. Sprinkle cheese on bottom of pan (I don't think I did this and it was still great.) Mix together eggs and cream and whatever else you want to dump in. Pour over cheese.

Bake uncovered at 400 for 15 minutes. Lower temp to 350 and bake another 30 minutes. Let cool for 10 minutes before slicing.

Technically this has more than 3 ingredients - but I generally add frozen chopped broccoli or a can of mushrooms.

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Double-Decker Knox Blox

OK, ok - this recipe has 4 ingredients if you count the water, but well worth it!

3 envelopes Knox geletin
3 pkg Sugar Free Jello
2-1/2 c. boiling water
1 C heavy cream

In large bowl, combine Knox with flavored gelatin. Add boiling water and stir until gelatin in completely dissolved. Stir in cream.

Pour into shallow baking pan, chill until firm. To serve cut into one inch squares. Recommended pan size, 9 x 13 inch.

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Dilly Pork Chops

pork chops - thickness to your liking
Dill weed
lemon juice
butter

Melt butter in a frying pan add lemon juice & pork chops. Sprinkle dill weed on chops and simmer covered until juicy.

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Quesadillas

LC tortillas
shredded cheese

Heat frying pan on medium & coat with oil or spray. Lay 1 tortilla and "handful" of shredded cheese on half. Fold tortilla in half and heat until both sides are turning brown and cheese is melted. Cut into triangles.

Quesadilla Dipping Sauce

Sour cream
hot salsa
diced black olives

Mix to taste - some like a lot of sour cream and some like just a little. Use this to dip quesadilla triangles into.

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BLT Salad

Bacon - fried and diced
Tomato - diced
Mayo - to taste

Mix bacon, tomato & mayo together and pour over shredded lettuce.

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Special Chicken

Boneless/skinless chicken breasts or strips
bacon
dried beef - sliced

Wrap each breast with dried beef slice or 2 and then wrap with bacon. Bake in 400 degree oven until cooked through & juice runs clear.

Do NOT pour off grease. Pull chicken out of the over & pour sauce over sizzling chicken. Mix slightly with grease. If you pour off the grease, your chicken & sauce will end up dry. Put back in oven and cook for additional 15 minutes.

Special Chicken Sauce

1 small container sour cream
1 can cream of mushroom soup
fresh mushrooms

Mix sour cream, mushrooms & soup together. Pour over chicken as above.

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Instant Cheesecake

1 oz. Packet of philly cream cheese
1/2 packet of Splenda

Mix & eat. Cuts a sweets craving when you are on the go and away from home.

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I'm sure I have others - I am a plain cook, so most of my recipes have 5 or less ingredients.
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Technically this also has more than 3 ingredients - but it's so fresh and tasty ... and a real breeze to whip together that I thought it would fit right in here.

Fresh Mozzarella Salad

Fresh mozzarella balls (I find the ones that are about an 1" in diameter work best - and then I sometimes cut them in half)
Tomato - diced
Cucumber - diced
Salad Oil
Vinegar

Mix, chill & serve.

I know some will want to add fresh basil. I prefer not to use prepared italian dressing because I can't be sure what the sugar content is, so I keep it simple. If you can't find fresh mozzarella (the kind you usually find stored in water), I guess you could try using regular mozzarella - although I never have.
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Here's my friend Michele's Hoagie Dip - she gets credit because I'd never had it before she made it. For those of you who really miss eating a real italian hoagie, this is the next best thing if you are doing low carb!!

Hoagie Dip - or - Hoagie Salad

Use 3 of the following meats - any combination
1/4 lb. bologna
1/4 lb. salami (I use hard salami)
1/4 lb. turkey breast
1/4 lb. ham
1/4 lb. roast beef
1/4 lb. slicing pepperoni

1/4 lb. provolone cheese
1/4 lb. munster cheese (or american)
2 tomatoes
shredded lettuce
heavy mayo

Dice up all the meats, cheeses and tomatoes.

Non-low carb: Mix everything together (including lettuce) with heavy mayo and eat with italian bread cubes as a hoagie dip.

Low Carb: Mix everything but the shredded lettuce together with heavy mayo and pour on shredded lettuce for a hoagie salad.

It's recommended (if you can wait that long) to make the dip (without lettuce) the night before and let the flavors meld together. Then add the lettuce right before serving if using as a dip.

Yummmmmm!
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Cauli-Meatloaf

On the Cauli-Meatloaf, is the amount of cauliflower 1 adn a half heads and are the eggs poured over the cauli-meat mixture after it's put in the loaf pan or mixed in before putting it in the pan? I'd really like to try this.
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