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Old Fri, Sep-07-01, 22:25
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Default This just in

Adding a teaspoon of cocoa gives you a brownie like dish. This could be dangerous!

Nat
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Old Sat, Sep-08-01, 09:36
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today for breakfast i made it savoury! i didn't want sweet for brekkie. i added parmesan cheese and dill. i also added a little salt, which i won't do next time. it was delicious! i just cook it in my regular soup/cereal bowls. then off to the dishwasher! this recipe is soooo versatile! thank-you natalie!
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Old Sat, Sep-08-01, 09:44
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this recipe is soooo versatile! thank-you natalie!


You're welcome, Debbie. And actually, it's Natasha (the 'uska' is the familiar of Natasha in russian)

Nat
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Old Sat, Sep-08-01, 09:59
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sorry about the name natrushka! i didn't even realize i'd typed natalie! i know a few nat's who are natalies. natasha is much more exotic!
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Old Sat, Sep-08-01, 10:02
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Thumbs up Mock Danish!!

This recipe is fabulous! I have tried all kinds of variations. Sure beats eggs & bacon every day. 2 tblspns pumpkin & pumpkin pie spice sure makes a nice one. The small amount of sugar free jam in the middle is real nice.
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Old Sat, Sep-08-01, 17:24
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I really enjoyed it.......I tried it with pumpkin pie spice and was very happy.
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Old Sun, Sep-09-01, 16:26
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Default help - no microwave

I'm salivating from the description - but what would be the cooking temp and time in a regular oven?
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Old Sun, Sep-09-01, 16:48
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Hi...I would try it in a moderate oven....350. I don't think it would take long to cook...I'll guess 10-12 minutes, you'll have to do some experimenting. Just keep a close watch on it. Actually cooked in the oven sounds great too. I'm sure it would be very light and fluffy.

If you try it in the oven, let us know how it turns out and how long it actually did take to cook!!
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Old Mon, Sep-10-01, 05:19
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Hi, I've posted the Mock Danish Recipe in the Member's Recipe Section. I included (hopefully all), your variations and hints for the recipe.

If you come up with more, we can always add Mock Danish Recipe Variations, so please continue to post ideas as you come up with news ones.

This is our first recipe posted where we've had such a great group effort.

Next up is Doreen's Hash Brown Recipe along with all your variations. (hopefully in the next couple days)
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Okay you guys.. NOW you did it.. Now the curiosity has gotten to the better of me and I MUST try this recipe.. Teehee.. I'm not normally one for sweets but a change is good right?? hmm will let you know the results...
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Old Tue, Sep-11-01, 10:12
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Thumbs up Guess what recipe I'm trying tomorrow

At last a lo carb recipe that has ingredients I can get in Australia, I miss out on trying a lot of the recipes here because I can't get the ingredients.
All the raves about this recipe have made my mouth water, I would like to try it now but it is after 2 am and I really should be in bed.
Can I substitute real lemon juice for the concentrate?

Cheryl
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Old Tue, Sep-11-01, 10:23
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Smile hi Cheryl

I made this .. it's yummy .. I just used a little freshly grated lemon rind/peel ... lots of lemony flavour . and minimal carbs (mostly fiber) .. 1 tsp/5 ml has 0.32 carbs/0.21g fiber.

I also baked it in my toaster oven ~10 minutes ... it intensified the "french toast flavour" and got a nice golden edge to it ... can't get that in the microwave.

Doreen
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Old Tue, Sep-11-01, 10:44
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Default Another variation

Made it with quark as suggested, a little runny, but I can play with it... Nice alternative to the higher fat cream cheese... think i'll whip up a few to have prepared for work.

Nat

P.S. the beauty of this Cheryl, is it seems you can substitute anything you want
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Old Tue, Sep-11-01, 23:48
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Red face I lied

After I got off last night I couldn't resist, I just had to try it out. I knew I wouldn't be able to get to sleep if I didn't. So at 2.30 am I fixed up a batch, it is so quick to make. It was delicious, I even made for breakfast, a nice change from bacon and eggs. I have run out of cream cheese or I would have made it several more times today.
All I can say is

for Nat for sharing this recipe
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Old Tue, Sep-11-01, 23:51
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Default Oh I forgot

It actually reminded me of Bread and Butter Pudding. I am going to try on my fussy dh, he loves B and B pudding.
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