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Old 01-28-2004, 10:48 AM   #241
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lgpars....bumping the recipe for you!

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Old 01-28-2004, 02:01 PM   #242
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I haven't had a waffle iron in years but I do have a mini George Foreman grill that doesn't see much use. I noticed somebody posted that they had made these rolls in a GF grill. Did they turn out ok? I'm eager to try them out.
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Old 01-29-2004, 10:03 AM   #243
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Thanks, Sherrilee, for bumping this up for me to find. I had already copied the recipe but the title threw me. I thought it was something else. Ha!
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Old 01-29-2004, 12:00 PM   #244
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Oh, I am in love with these!!!!! I made them last night & plan to make them quite often!! I used the carbsense 0 carb mix & boy am I pleased!!! Thank you sooo much!
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Old 01-29-2004, 01:22 PM   #245
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Old 01-29-2004, 06:43 PM   #246
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momacat-- can you tell me how much liquid splenda you used..

i am going to try your recipe with the WPI and liquid splenda.. would you mind telling me what you figured out for calories/carbs for the recipe... thanks..
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Old 01-29-2004, 09:23 PM   #247
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I made the recipe as originally posted except that I couldn't find full fat buttermilk so I used the cream/vinegar method. I had to use extra liquid because the batter was so thick. Does this usually happen? I used my mini G.F. Grill and half way through cooking, I flipped them to give a crosshatch look to them. They still look like pancakes though. LOL Of course, I had to try a couple. To me they taste like savoury pancakes. Is that how they're supposed to taste? They don't taste like bread at all but if they will hold a sandwich filling, I'm not going to complain. Lightly toasting them didn't seem to crisp them up either. Now I'm wondering if perhaps I should have separated the eggs and whipped the whites and folded them into the rest of the batter for a fluffier product.
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Old 02-07-2004, 09:43 PM   #248
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0 Carb Bake Mix

CMJ -

Did you do everthing else exactly as the recipe states and just sub Atkins bake mix for the 0 carb bake mix? I haven't tried the recipe yet, but I'm going to on Sunday -- I'd prefer to use the 0 carb, if it comes out the same. After all the hype on this board, I want to make sure I do it right!

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hairbender....

There's 17 carbs in the whole recipe, so divide that up by how ever many waffles you get.

Sherrie

i am so excited. i finally made these and they are great. i got around 25 waffles. i can't believe the carb count!!! i used a belgian waffle maker and it worked great. i just added more of the batter.

thanks sherrie!!!

now on to try the tortillas
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hairbender....

There's 17 carbs in the whole recipe, so divide that up by how ever many waffles you get.

Sherrie

i am so excited. i finally made these and they are great. i got around 25 waffles. i can't believe the carb count!!! i used a belgian waffle maker and it worked great. i just added more of the batter.

thanks sherrie!!!

now on to try the tortillas
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muffin top pan/ hamburger bun pan

I just won a Hamburger Bun sheet pan on Ebay ($7.00) and it looks a lot like the muffin top pan. When that arrives, I am going to give this a try. I can't wait.

If anyone else looks on ebay, just make sure you get the right size pan for your oven. When I was looking they have quite a few that were commercial size, and would not fit my oven. Just a heads up.
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Old 03-24-2004, 07:42 AM   #254
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What a creative solution to buns......
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I got a double Cheeseburger w/ only mayo from McDonald's and used these as a substitute for the bun. I couldn't tell the difference!! They're terrific!! Thanks Sherrie!!!
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I made these today using the Chefs Blend flour and added about 2 to 3 ounces of grated cheese.

These are the best!
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Old 04-13-2004, 06:37 PM   #258
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Bumping again! Thanks for the recipe... I'm making them right now and they're turning out great! I subbed 3/4 tsp of Fiberfit for the 3 packets of splenda, and I only have a Belgian Waffler but they're turning out well. Now I have to get a muffin top pan!
 
Old 04-14-2004, 04:36 PM   #259
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W - O - W !!!!

Thanks for bumping this thread... I finally spotted it, yes it's a rare occasion that I visit the recipe board but boy am I glad I found this recipe! Thank You so much Sherilee! These babies turned out wonderful! I went out and bought a pancake maker at Kmart - looks just like a waffle maker with 4 compartments that are bun size - it was on clearance for $15.

Anyway, followed the recipe with the exception of no spices and only 2 tsp of Splenda. They came out perfect! About 2 minutes in the pancake maker!

I even took some photos so you can see what they look like. They worked well with this Italian sausage sandwhich I made. Yum! The last four I mixed in cinammon but haven't tried those yet!

Thanks again Sherliee, you're a lifesaver!


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Oh by the way... I used about 1 1/2 tsp per bun and it yielded 12 bun size buns and 4 smaller snack size ones for a total of 16.
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I'm going to have to try a pancake maker, those look great! I made the buns for the first time tonight, and I am kicking myself for not making them sooner. What a fantastic and easy recipe!!! Thanks, Sherilee!!
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Was this what you bought? http://www.walmart.com/catalog/produ...3A4064%3A92572

Says 6 inch pancakes, and it seems that those would be a bit big for buns...
 
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Disney, that is not the one that I got. I was at Wal-Mart yesterday and I didn't see that one. That one is much bigger (wider) then the one I got at K-Mart. I just measured, the one I have makes 4" diameter buns. I think the wal-mart one would work though, the batter, should not spread out that much or thin out that much and it still should make a smaller bun, in fact I made some 2 1/2" diameter cinammon snacks in this one and they came out nice and round! But try k-mart if you can, $15 was a steal for this machine!
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GwnStfni, I got that Toastmaster pancake maker at K-Mart today like the one you got. It is really nice. I can't wait to try it out. It was $19.99 today so I guess the sale was off. But still that's a good price for it. It's quite nice No one should mention a kitchen gadget while I'm around. I always have to run out and get it. Now I've got to find a place to put it in my already packed out kitchen. Ha!
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GwnStfni, I got that Toastmaster pancake maker at K-Mart today like the one you got. It is really nice. I can't wait to try it out. It was $19.99 today so I guess the sale was off. But still that's a good price for it. It's quite nice No one should mention a kitchen gadget while I'm around. I always have to run out and get it. Now I've got to find a place to put it in my already packed out kitchen. Ha!
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lgpars, Yay! I'm so glad you got it, now if you discover any other uses for it, PLEASE share them with me! Guess what DBF did with it today? He made single serve omelets in it! Yes!! He whipped up some eggs, diced up some onions, peppers and sausage and shredded cheddar cheese. Just spray it with pam and pour it in until it reaches the top... Put the top down and 2-3 minutes later and they are done! They came out perfect! Lightly brown on both sides and they came right out of the maker with no sticking and they're like finger omelets coz they hold together you can just pick them up and eat them!! I'm soooo excited to have this machine, I can't wait to think of new foods to make in it!
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lgpars, Yay! I'm so glad you got it, now if you discover any other uses for it, PLEASE share them with me! Guess what DBF did with it today? He made single serve omelets in it! Yes!! He whipped up some eggs, diced up some onions, peppers and sausage and shredded cheddar cheese. Just spray it with pam and pour it in until it reaches the top... Put the top down and 2-3 minutes later and they are done! They came out perfect! Lightly brown on both sides and they came right out of the maker with no sticking and they're like finger omelets coz they hold together you can just pick them up and eat them!! I'm soooo excited to have this machine, I can't wait to think of new foods to make in it!
Did you get the recipe book with yours? It gave several suggestions of different things you can make. One thing I will definitely use it for is my fried stuffing. I make it in patties just about the size of those rounds and it will work great I think. If you've never tried fried stuffing, it's WONDERFUL! Just make your stuffing like you normally do, add maybe 1 egg to hold it together better, make it into patties about 1/2" thick and fry in oil until real brown on both sides. You'll never eat it baked again. Of course, I'll have to make it with low-carb bread now.
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Linda, I was so excited to try the machine, I didn't bother to look at the papers that were in the box. I'll have to locate the box and see if there are recipes. No, I haven't made any lowcarb stuffing but thank you for the brilliant idea... I think I saw a LC stuffing recipe on Linda Sues website, I'll have to try it out for sure!
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Sherilee has a cornbread stuffing that looks really good on her site! Can't remember the exact address, but if you go to the links section of Linda Sue's website, she has a link to Sherilee's site.
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I made these yesterday, didn't have any buttermilk so I used a small amount of sour cream and double cream. I cooked them in a frying pan using an egg ring (nice and round) and they were great, didn't stick to my fingers. I would use this recipe again!

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