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Old 02-01-2008, 04:06 PM   #901
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Got some (more) of these in the oven. I think that I forgot to spray the pan. Oops.

I added vanilla, cinnamon, and SF chocolate chips to this batch. I can't wait!
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Old 02-01-2008, 04:43 PM   #902
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Hey Stacy, if you don't mind me asking, where do you get your SF chocolate chips and which ones do you buy? Thanks!
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I use the Eat Well Be Well SF chocolate chips. I had bought them from Netrition- before they quit selling them. I have a couple of bags of them in the freezer.
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Old 02-01-2008, 05:19 PM   #904
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Well I am back, I just read through the thread.
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1/2 t vinegar should be enough.... and I don't know about the butter o the cookie sheet. Perhaps butter on the foil on the cookie sheet!
I am going to butter the cookie sheet and see how it goes. I don't have any spray oil. I'll let you know how it turns out.
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Thanks Stacy, I guess I'll have to wait and see what they come up with to replace them. I bet the ones you made are going to be awesome and I thought wow, what an amazing treat that would be once I get to maintnance. Hopefully they come up with something before then. Please let me know what you think of them once you give them a try!
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You know, if I would put off treats like this, I would probably be in maintenance by now. :blush:


(BTW, they are pretty good)
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Old 02-01-2008, 05:29 PM   #907
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Well, you only have 9 more lbs to go!!!!!!!!! YEAY you!!! If I had them in my freezer I def would have tried making them tonight...lol..that is why I have waited till now to even start thinking about buying them! Can you squish one through the monitor for me? lol
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Done! Let me know when you get it.
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Warm-- if you don't have spray, you could also try Crisco, or wiping the pan with canola oil. I'm worried that butter might end up browning/sticking.
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Warm-- if you don't have spray, you could also try Crisco, or wiping the pan with canola oil. I'm worried that butter might end up browning/sticking.
They are in the oven now, I am watching them. Not burning so far (crosses fingers) I must of had some big eggs because I got 7 on my pan. I took pictures.

I'll let you know.

Back to edit: I am using a WearEver Airbake Cookie sheet, I'll see if it makes a difference

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They are out of the oven and cooling on the pan, I was able to move them around, they didn't burn or stick using the butter. I think the baking sheet I used helped a little too. It was a Christmas present.

I just ate one too! I think the butter gave it a nice taste!

Thank you Cleochatra!

I am going to enjoy these with my dinner tonight.
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WOW! And I looooove butter! I dab a little behind each ear in case I get hungry later.

Way to go on your batch coming out beautifully! I had some airbake pans, and they are pretty nice!
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Cleopatra, you are sooooo funny! I enjoy reading your posts...You would be a great friend to have around all the time!!!!
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I can't remember who suggested this, but I added a tablespoon of golden flax meal to the oopsie rolls and they turned out great! I also ended up baking them for 40 minutes as they didn't seem quite done at 30. When I first took them out they seemed a little bit crumbly but once cooled I put them in a plastic container and the next day they were perfect. Soft but not sticky and the taste was awesome! I may try 2 tablespoons next time to see what effect that has on them.
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I can't remember who suggested this, but I added a tablespoon of golden flax meal to the oopsie rolls and they turned out great! I also ended up baking them for 40 minutes as they didn't seem quite done at 30. When I first took them out they seemed a little bit crumbly but once cooled I put them in a plastic container and the next day they were perfect. Soft but not sticky and the taste was awesome! I may try 2 tablespoons next time to see what effect that has on them.

I add anywhere from 2-4 tbl with no problem.
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Cleopatra, you are sooooo funny! I enjoy reading your posts...You would be a great friend to have around all the time!!!!
You'd be a great friend to be around, too! I'm actually more quiet in person than here (if you can believe that).
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I can't remember who suggested this, but I added a tablespoon of golden flax meal to the oopsie rolls and they turned out great!
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I add anywhere from 2-4 tbl with no problem
Which do you think tastes better, flax meal or almond meal? I like both, but was wondering from anyone with experience doing it? Thanks.
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Old 02-02-2008, 05:24 PM   #918
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I prefer the almond meal myself, but then I try to stay away from flax.
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I must say thanks to Cleochatra. Because of the Oopsie, I had my first Whopper in a very, very long time this evening and it was delicious.
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Produced a batch today (after reading through this thread, and yes, it took a couple of days!)...6 REALLY BIG ones, very nice, out of 6 Large (veggie fed) eggs. I made a very filling sandwich out of one only with my leftover meatloaf hamburger patty, some mayo and mustard, salt. One of my fave sandwiches in the old days, cold meatloaf with a bit of salt and mayo.

Anyway, more to the point, I have a few tubs of FF Cream Cheese in the freezer which I absolutely don't want to throw out (hate waste and expense) but generally is too crumbly for my taste in baking. So I had a small brainstorm and defrosted one of the tubs, then food processed it thoroughly with one brick of the Light Cream Cheese I had in the fridge, producing a nice (spreadable because of the whipping) product I then weighed out for my first revoloopsie roll batch. They turned out very nicely, I'm so happy with them. And they will be big enough to share with my LC-Lunch group (if I make some more) as we're meeting at Red Robin in a few days.

I'm a bit accident prone, so when I was getting ready to wipe down my KA bowl with a bit of vinegar, I accidentally splooshed a little into the egg whites! Sigh. Well, I decided to leave out the Cream of Tartar, figuring there's plenty of acid in there now! Did add 2 pinches of salt and a 1/4 tsp of the ThickenThin not/Starch to the whites when well fluffed.

These are, as I expected, considerably sturdier than any of my previous Rev Rolls. I wouldn't toss them around or anything, but they certainly seem to hold up to handling meaty bits and condiments. MUCH more fun than a knife and fork...

I think I'll do a little tiny bit of toasted sesame seeds on top, and a titch of toasted sesame oil in the yolks, for my next batch. Yum! I love the flavour of toasted sesame. I'm also thinking of those Chinese Pancakes with some green onion in them, to roll up something nice and meaty, like BBQ Duck. Geez, now I'm getting WAY ahead of myself.

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I prefer the almond meal myself, but then I try to stay away from flax.
Why? Thank you.
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Warm-- if you don't have spray, you could also try Crisco, or wiping the pan with canola oil. I'm worried that butter might end up browning/sticking.
I use coconut oil. Just throwing that out there.
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Sooo, we went to Red Robin today and I'm quite sure that was the most delicious Guacamole Bacon Cheezburger I have EVER eaten.

The waiter looked at me funny when he took our dishes, because he previously saw me eating the burger with my hands, but then saw the untouched Red Robin bun on my plate . lol

Tomorrow I'm going to do the hot dog thing and put 1/2 the oopsie on the cookie sheet, put 1/2 a hot dog wrapped in cheez on top of that, and then the other 1/2 of the oopsie to cover it like a blankie. I'm quite sure it'll be a nummy SuperBowl treat.
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Which do you think tastes better, flax meal or almond meal? I like both, but was wondering from anyone with experience doing it? Thanks.
I prefer flaxmeal-almond meal always seems too grainy for me.
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I agree. The flaxmeal is more of a flour consistency. However, I do think the almond meal is better as a cheesecake crust. Oh great...now I want cheesecake!
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Sooo, we went to Red Robin today and I'm quite sure that was the most delicious Guacamole Bacon Cheezburger I have EVER eaten.

The waiter looked at me funny when he took our dishes, because he previously saw me eating the burger with my hands, but then saw the untouched Red Robin bun on my plate . lol

Tomorrow I'm going to do the hot dog thing and put 1/2 the oopsie on the cookie sheet, put 1/2 a hot dog wrapped in cheez on top of that, and then the other 1/2 of the oopsie to cover it like a blankie. I'm quite sure it'll be a nummy SuperBowl treat.
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I'm so glad you gave Red Robin a go with your oopsies! I know it is the best way ever to enjoy Red Robin. I was extremely gloaty eating my burger. LOL

I'm thinking of trying the hot dog idea as well! I want to see pictures if you can post them!
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I just made my first attempt at making the oopsie rolls! OMG! They came out perfect the first time!!!!! We made the cream puff and it tastes just like an eclair!!! I am in heaven!! I can't wait to try them with other things. Cleo you are a GODDESS!!!!!! Thank you!
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lucki-- I'm so glad you like these! As cream puffs aren't they divine?! I was like OMG!

Thanks so much for letting me know you like them! I do too!!! Way to go on having them turn out beautifully the first try!
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Why? Thank you.
I try to stay away from flax because I have thyroid problems and I've heard that flax can interfere with that.
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I've never used flax meal before -not sure how I missed that it was allowed on induction!

Does it change the taste of Oopsies or just the texture?

Thanks in advance for the tips.
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