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Old Fri, Feb-29-08, 14:52
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Betsy how are you storing them??
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Old Fri, Feb-29-08, 19:39
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I made coconut rev rolls today....i used 3 tbs coconut flour and 1 tsp coconut extract...
omg tastes almost like a coconutty angel food cake!!
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Old Sat, Mar-01-08, 06:31
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Betsy how are you storing them??


Kerry - I've got them in separate ziplock bags in the freezer,labeled w/what they are,so I don't mistakenly grab a pb one to make a BLT! Oh,and I have them "double bagged" b/c I always worry about freezer burn (Blech).

ETA: I saw you used coconut flour! Question, though - 3 T seems like a lot, being that cf is so darn thirsty. I would guess that 3T would make them more like huge macaroons?! I want to try that version too!!! A girl after my own heart - sweet variations of rev rolls!! Guess I'll be baking alll weekend!
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Old Sat, Mar-01-08, 07:16
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Fluffy Macaroons to boot LOL they are really good...the kids attacked them!
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Old Sat, Mar-01-08, 07:19
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SOLD! Making the coconut ones today for sure!!
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Old Sat, Mar-01-08, 09:40
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Wow-coconut rev rolls-I will be making these. I've tried the macaroons in the past and been so disappointed.
Thanks, Anne
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Old Sat, Mar-01-08, 11:03
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This was my coconut version

4 eggs seperated (WHITES FROM THE YOLKS IN 2 SEPERATE BOWLS)
2-3 heaping tbs coconut flour
1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1 tbs coconut extract
12 drops of sweetzfree or equiv sweetner of choice to about 1/4 to 1/2 cup.

Take your egg whites and cream of tartar and mix on high speed with an electric mixer until they are peakable about 4-5 minutes.

Mix all of your other ingredients together with your yolks and gently fold them into your egg whites.

Spray a muffin top pan or use a cookie sheet and make six mounds, bake this on 300 at 40 mins.
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Old Tue, Mar-18-08, 16:17
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Ok Betsey gave me this link (bless you again!) anyone got an idea for dairy free topping as i'm trying a cutting it out experiment cos i've been pretty sick/tired after eating it lately.
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Old Tue, Mar-18-08, 17:07
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Ok Betsey gave me this link (bless you again!) anyone got an idea for dairy free topping as i'm trying a cutting it out experiment cos i've been pretty sick/tired after eating it lately.

Macadamian butter, almond butter, maybe make a cinnamon butter? Smuckers makes a sugar free caramel topping I use a very tiny amount of that ontop of each at times too.
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Old Tue, Mar-18-08, 17:22
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Ok Betsey gave me this link (bless you again!) anyone got an idea for dairy free topping as i'm trying a cutting it out experiment cos i've been pretty sick/tired after eating it lately.


Daisy - I've used Smuckers SF Strawberry Topping on the coconut ones with very good results! And on the PB ones, I've used SF chocolate syrup and also SF jam. Kerry has a good idea for cinnamon butter too!! YUMMMMMM.
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Old Tue, Mar-18-08, 17:43
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I also played with adding a 1/2 box of sugar free jello to the yolks and got a yummy lemon and orange version of these.
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Old Tue, Mar-18-08, 17:47
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I also played with adding a 1/2 box of sugar free jello to the yolks and got a yummy lemon and orange version of these.


OMG, what a GREAT idea!!!
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Old Wed, Mar-19-08, 02:15
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Thanks for the ideas, i know i can get almond butter at the local supermarket and cinnamon butter sounds I refuse at this point to take butter out of my plan!!!!!!!!!

Gonna make some pumpkin rolls today and the traditional ones with mayo and see how i get on with them.
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Old Sun, Sep-14-08, 17:54
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Yummy!
I will give these a try soon, so I can make them for the holidays!
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Old Sun, Sep-14-08, 18:00
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thanks for bumping this up - i had totally forgotten about pumpkin rev rolls!!!
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