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Old Sat, Oct-13-12, 19:10
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I finally made one of these tonight, after hearing about them for years lol and OMG it was so tasty!!! I used a tiny dab of SF strawberry jam in the middle and wow!!
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Old Wed, Feb-06-13, 16:29
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Wow. I just tried this today, and it's AMAZING. I made the original recipe (with lemon) plus I put a tablespoon of Walden Farms no carb orange marmalade in the middle. It was so good! And it looked just like a big fried egg with the dollop of orange in the middle. Really cute .
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Old Wed, Feb-06-13, 17:04
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Oh, I forgot to add that I used a tablespoon of xylitol to sweeten it. So far no intestinal distress...fingers crossed!
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Old Thu, Feb-07-13, 13:27
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Ok, I don't care that this is an old thread and probably no one will read it. This recipe is eternal! So, this morning I did the same recipe except I decreased the xylitol to 2 teaspoons and it was plenty sweet. Also, on the advice of some others on this thread, I tried frying it and the result was a delicious pancake! I put some Walden Farms no-carb blueberry syrup on it. Oh, and I fried it in salted butter, and the sweet/salty combo really made it.
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Old Thu, Feb-07-13, 20:26
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I typically ate this hot for breakfast. Having to start working at an insane hour on a few days a week, I started making up one and taking it to work and putting in the fridge.

The taste and texture was much better cold, I was surprised. One day I forgot the sweetner and it was horrid. The whole thing turned out like rubbery, cold, scrambled eggs. Def remembered to add sweetner after that point.
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Old Sun, Feb-10-13, 09:28
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Thanks for coming back to this thread. It's helped me get back to plan. and I've lost about 5lbs this week. Yea. I made a pumpkin pie kinda thing and who ever said it was better cold was right on target. I eat half just out of the mic and put the other half in the frig for later. As a late night snack it was lovely. T=So thanks again.
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Old Fri, Mar-08-13, 22:37
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OHMYGOSH this is yummy! I did not add lemon or vanilla but some sf davinci's rasp. syrup and a tsp of cocoa powder. Ate with a dollop of butter while hot. So good I'm thinking about another... Also, sweetened a little with about 3 drops stevia, not splenda.
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Old Tue, Jul-30-13, 04:20
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I put this in my recipes ages ago. http://forum.lowcarber.org/myplan.p...cipe_id=1002743.

The carb count is 6

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Old Thu, Nov-14-13, 18:26
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It's just totally amazing! This tread is still going after all these years! However, I haven't made these in years, but was wanting something sweet tonight so came looking. I will be making this shortly... yum!
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Old Wed, Mar-26-14, 18:36
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It's just totally amazing! This tread is still going after all these years! However, I haven't made these in years, but was wanting something sweet tonight so came looking. I will be making this shortly... yum!


Same here. I like to make mine then put it in the freezer to cool a bit and it it like a real danish. I might try mine with coconut sugar instead of the splenda this time.
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Old Sun, Oct-30-16, 22:11
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Bumping this recipe. I loved this recipe back in 2003 when I first did low carb and 13 years later I still remember it as one of my favorite recipes. Add a little SF jam and you'll be in heaven.
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