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Old 03-21-2008, 01:41 PM   #1381
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I made sub sandwiches for dinner on oopsies that I baked in mini loaf pans. I'm happy with the way they turned out!

Cleo, did you use 2 mini loaf pans for the 3 egg/3 oz. cream cheese recipe? and is the serving then sliced in six? I tried to make this in one 8x12?? loaf pan and it "overflowed" (LOL)...Please help...thanks!
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:35 PM   #1382
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I was skeptical. I made some today.

Now I am a believer.

I am an Oopsie convert and disciple.

Wow.

(I added a light scoop of protein powder to give it bulk. THEN I added garlic powder and pepper. I wanted to use it to make sandwiches... and it tasted just like good garlic bread!!)
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:54 PM   #1383
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Lemme tell you, Becky, you jumped right into the best way to make them, IMO. The protein powder make them the most bread like of any method I've tried (and I've tried just about every tweak). Congrats!

Today I had a big mac, substituting three oopsies for the bread. Oh my, it was delicious! Of course, I had to go way light on the sauce, but everything about the experience was like eating a REAL big mac.

Thanks to Cleo and whomever that was that mentioned the big mac thing.
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Old 03-21-2008, 06:56 PM   #1384
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Cleo, congrats on your writeup on Jimmy Moore's blog!!

Teensville has started a thread in suggestions for the Webmaster:

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/su...14-oopsie.html

Let's all write in and clamor for a subforum under Recipes that would be devoted to Oopsie threads! There are so many, and they're scattered about. It would be awesome to have them collected in one place. (Subforums for coconut oil, shakes, etc. would also be helpful.)
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Has anyone tried them with something instead of cream cheese?
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:27 PM   #1386
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I use about 2.5 oz cream cheese and a tablespoon of mayo. Comes out lovely.
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Old 03-21-2008, 07:31 PM   #1387
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I was wondering, can i put some flaxmeal in these if I am inducting? I thought nuts and seeds were a no no and flax is a seed but it is so wonderful for you and I really like the taste!
If you are doing Atkins Induction Dr. A wrote you could have 2 tbl a day for help with constipation. I add 2-3 tbl to give them more body along with mayo instead of cream cheese.
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Old 03-22-2008, 11:19 AM   #1388
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Well I made French Onion soup with the Oospie slices (from the loaf that over-flowed!) It turned out great! I add Swiss to the top and broiled. I take pics...
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I made charlotte oopsie russe !!

First I made oopsie fingers (lady fingers) - 2 batches of regular oopsies with some vanilla protein powder added in to make them sturdier and a bit drier




I forgot my camera for the final picture, but this is what I modeled it after and it looked really similar with the lemon cartwheels on the top and touches of mint.



I am thinking you could also use Barbo's chocolate pudding filling or her lemon filling for this. I might try chocolate oopsie fingers and chocolate cream filling with shaved chocolate on the top.

For those not familiar with a charlotte, it is a cake in which the mold is lined with sponge fingers (Ladyfingers) and custard or Bavarian cream.

Sunny's Lemon Oopsie Charlotte Russe
• 18 oopsie fingers
• 1 envelope unflavored Knox gelatin
• ½ cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
• 4 eggs, separated
• ¼ tsp. salt
• 1 lemon's worth of fresh lemon zest
• 1 cup heavy cream whipped
• 1 cup sugar replacement of your choice.
( I used a mix of erythritol, diabetisweet, and Splenda)


• Line bottom and sides of 8- or 9 x 3-inch springform pan with oopsie fingers. Soften gelatin in lemon juice.
• On top of double boiler, with electric mixer, beat egg yolks well with 1/2 cup of sugar replacement and salt. Gradually beat in gelatin mixture. Cook over boiling water, stirring constantly, until mixture starts to thicken, about 10 minutes.
• Pour into large bowl; add lemon zest. Refrigerate until mixture begins to thicken, about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally .
• In heavy saucepan, stir together egg whites and remaining 1/2 cup of sugar replacement. Over very low heat, with electric mixer, beat egg whites until soft peaks form (or beat in bowl or double boiler over simmering water).
• Remove from heat and cool slightly. Fold beaten egg whites and whipped cream into lemon-gelatin mixture. Spoon into oopsie finger-lined pan.
• Chill overnight. (important)

This is the next one I am going to try with a vanilla cream and strawberries. I've always thought that a charlotte russe is sooooo pretty!!
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Oh. My. Gosh. That is gorgeous! PLEASE tell me you'll take pictures the next time you make this! I must show this off to people.


And babydollsea-- Definitely PLEASE get pictures and the recipe for your soup? French onion soup is something I desperately wanted to make from oopsies, but after the crouton incident of 2008, I became disheartened.

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I'll make it again and take pics.
I want to do the strawberry one.
On second thought, the puddings I mentioned above wouldn't work unless they were made more gelatin- like. Otherwise, once you removed the pan, it would just ooze and gooze into a mass of pudding glob. The oopsie fingers would never hold back the pudding flood.
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Sungoddess, how much protein powder in the 2 recipes of oopsies? These look fantastic, and I am definitely interested in trying some variation.
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Oh. My. Gosh. That is gorgeous! PLEASE tell me you'll take pictures the next time you make this! I must show this off to people.


And babydollsea-- Definitely PLEASE get pictures and the recipe for your soup? French onion soup is something I desperately wanted to make from oopsies, but after the crouton incident of 2008, I became disheartened.

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Cleo, I will send out a pic tomorrow...I have Easter festivities today...Happy Easter to you and to everyone here on the Boards!!!!
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Sungoddess, I will try this too. I have made a frozen yogurt charolette before with the original lady fingers. Your recipe sounds good and "Looks" beautiful. Thanks so much for experimenting...I love experimenting and trying new recipes...especially ones that only help keep us svelt!!!!
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You guys are the bomb!

Let me tell you, I've had some oopsie flops lately-- croutons were a bust. LOL...but in trying is the fun!
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Sungoddess, how much protein powder in the 2 recipes of oopsies? These look fantastic, and I am definitely interested in trying some variation.
I used 2 Tbs of vanilla protein powder for 6 eggs. I forgot to mention I also made them sweeter. Sorry about that. I added drops of liquid sucralose to taste so they had a sweeter taste like a real lady finger.

Babydollsea- thanks! I used to have the frozen versions as well and they are so yummy. I had a praline caramel frozen one at one time that was so good. Can't wait to hear what you come up with.
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I made sub sandwiches for dinner on oopsies that I baked in mini loaf pans. I'm happy with the way they turned out!

O.K. I'm gonna have to go back and get that Lady Finger baking dish I left at the thrift store.

Cleo, you beat me to it! I was gonna use the mini loaf pan to make a top split hot dog bun, though, a sub sandwich sounds yummie.
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Old 03-23-2008, 11:42 AM   #1398
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Guys, I have finally perfected the cheesecake recipe using oopsies as crust.

Let me just say, "Woohoo". I will post the recipe later. I want to do the 'family' test first.
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Oh Cleo I am waiting patiently...
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I came up with a new use for oopsies. Well, to me it is new.

I made a strawberry and cheesecake oopsie parfait!

I took pics of it but am about ready to go to bed for the day. (I work nights)

If anyone is interested, I will post the pic later tonight if I can figure out how to post pics.

It was yummy, by the way!
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Hi all, made my first batch today. Question: do you use two for a burger roll etc. or do you split them in half like a regular roll, using one? Thanks...
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No, you don't split. You use two rolls for one sandwich.
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Ok, thanks Cleo. I saw that after I made them, they were too thin to split. But boy oh boy are they good!! They taste quite a lot like a popover. I had one with just butter warm out of the oven and am planning on having to make more by tomorrow
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I just made a triple recipe to get me through my week. I love them warm with butter and vanilla syrup on them.
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I came up with a new use for oopsies. Well, to me it is new.

I made a strawberry and cheesecake oopsie parfait!

I took pics of it but am about ready to go to bed for the day. (I work nights)

If anyone is interested, I will post the pic later tonight if I can figure out how to post pics.

It was yummy, by the way!
Yay! I figured it out!

Here is my new creation using an oopsie! Strawberry Cheesecake Oppsie Parfait!

I used my favorite no bake SF Cheesecake recipe, half a jumbo bun sized oopsie and fresh strawberries.

Guests loved these!
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those look great!!! Good job..and I bet they were delish..
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Beautiful, Yummy's! That is absolutely gorgeous!
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Yummy's_Girl, that reminds me of that dessert where you layer angel food cake with whipped cream and berries.
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Yummy's_Girl, that reminds me of that dessert where you layer angel food cake with whipped cream and berries.
OMG.... Truffles! I bet it would be great. SF Pudding, SF whip cream.... Oh yeah...
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